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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 24 | Submission: 11096 | Sponsor(s): (OB)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 10 2018 8:00AM - 12:00PM at Hyatt Regency Chicago in Regency C,D
The Productivity Process: Research Tips and Strategies from Prolific Junior Faculty
Productivity Process

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Organizer: Elizabeth Margaret Campbell, U. of Minnesota
Organizer: Adam C. Stoverink, U. of Arkansas
Organizer: David Welsh, Arizona State U.
Speaker: Andrew Carton, The Wharton School, U. of Pennsylvania
Speaker: Modupe Akinola, Columbia U.
Speaker: Crystal I Chien Farh, U. of Washington
Speaker: Michael Baer, Arizona State U.
Speaker: Bess Rouse, Boston U. Questrom School of Business
Speaker: Chiahuei Wu, London School of Economics
Distinguished Speaker: Jason Colquitt, U. of Georgia
Speaker: Sean Martin, U. of Virginia
Speaker: Matt Quade, Baylor U.
Speaker: Kai Chi Yam, National U. of Singapore
A major challenge facing junior faculty is learning how to be productive. This implies that research productivity is a process that can be improved through learning. Similar to the sessions of this Professional Development Workshop (PDW) from prior years, our main goal is to help develop an awareness of the processes used by prolific faculty. Although most PDWs use esteemed senior scholars as panelists, we propose a model that uses peer junior faculty members who have established track records of productivity. A unique feature of this PDW is the focus on work and research productivity as a process. That is, presenters will discuss their work habits and how they go about their work (e.g., time allocation, co-authorships, writing blocks, and strategies) as well as other “life” factors that influence their productivity (e.g., exercise, work/family balance). This session uses a number of formats including individual presentations, large group Q&A, small group roundtables where participants are able to have conversations with each of the panelists, and a keynote address.
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit The deadline to register online is July 13, 2018.
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