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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 72 | Submission: 10616 | Sponsor(s): (OMT, BPS)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 4 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM at Atlanta Marriott Marquis in Lobby L508
ASQ Paper Development Workshop: Improving Evidence Presentation in Management Research
Evidence Presentation
Theme: At the InterfaceResearch

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Organizer: Henrich Greve, INSEAD
Facilitator: Mary J. Benner, U. of Minnesota
Facilitator: Anne Bowers, U. of Toronto
Facilitator: Forrest Briscoe, Pennsylvania State U.
Facilitator: J.P. Eggers, New York U.
Facilitator: Marc-David Seidel, The U. of British Columbia
Facilitator: Batia Mishan Wiesenfeld, New York U.
The presentation of evidence in management scholarship has fallen behind the cutting edge, and our journals show significantly less advances and flexible evidence presentation than our neighboring disciplines, which have learn more from the sciences. This PDW aims to start closing the gap by presenting forms of evidence presentation commonly used outside management, including graphical approaches, having a panel discussion of their applicability to management, and having mentors and co- participants help develop papers for improved presentation of evidence. This goal is to start a movement towards presenting the data more clearly, as well as the main findings and the model implications, in ways that are tailored to each theoretical and empirical contribution, and the empirical context, instead of being standardized across papers.
Pre-registration is required for this session. Please contact the workshop organizer at to obtain the approval code. To register online, please visit The deadline to register online is August 1, 2017.
Search Terms: empirical evidence | paper development
KEY TO SYMBOLS Teaching-oriented Teaching-oriented   Practice-oriented Practice-oriented   International-oriented International-oriented   Theme-oriented Theme-oriented   Research-oriented Research-oriented   Teaching-oriented Diversity-oriented
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