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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 25 | Submission: 14874 | Sponsor(s): (OB, MED, OCIS, CM)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 10 2018 8:00AM - 10:30AM at Sheraton Grand Chicago in Erie
Innovations in Teaching Teamwork
Innovations in Teaching Teamwo

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Chair: Ilya Gokhman, Northwestern U.
Chair: Leslie A. DeChurch, Northwestern U.
Facilitator: Raquel Asencio, Purdue U., West Lafayette
Presenter: Ethan Scott Bernstein, Harvard Business School
Facilitator: Dorothy R. Carter, U. of Georgia
Presenter: Mark A. Clark, American U.
Presenter: Noshir Contractor, Northwestern U.
Presenter: M. Travis Maynard, Colorado State U.
Facilitator: Jessica R. Mesmer-Magnus, U. of North Carolina, Wilmington
Presenter: Thomas Alexander O'Neill, U. of Calgary
Presenter: Patricia Satterstrom, New York U.
Presenter: Melissa Valentine, Stanford U.
Presenter: Amy Martha Wax, California State U., Long Beach
The Innovations in Teaching Teamwork PDW is a practical, highly interactive workshop designed for faculty and students who are interested in learning more about cutting-edge tools and techniques for teaching others how to effectively lead teams. We have assembled a range of experts willing to share their insights, activities, and teaching materials with the AoM community. The goal of this workshop is to support the teamwork teaching capability within the Academy by sharing materials and experiences among the presenters and participants. As the science of team effectiveness has developed substantially, a key challenge for AoM members, particularly within the OB division, is to ensure that findings on the science of teams are translated to the variety of organizational leaders and managers that we regularly teach. This workshop is designed to cover a broad range of teamwork teaching needs. We organize the workshop in 4 parts. The first three parts use a panel format, each with a set of short presentations targeted at a specific teamwork teaching need: (1) team projects, (2) team activities, and (3) team resources. In these panels, teams scholars will introduce the latest materials, activities, and technologies they use to facilitate and evaluate learning about teams. The fourth part is a roundtable discussion where presenters will pair off at tables so participants can freely rotate around and engage in more focused and interactive discussions of specific topics that might include: using simulations, new cases on teamwork issues, executive education, and/or undergraduate teaching.
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit The deadline to register online is August 9, 2018.
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