Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 12 | Submission: 12556 | Sponsor(s): (SIM, GDO, ODC)
Session Format: Virtual-only: Zoom “meeting” style
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 5 2022 6:30AM - 8:00AM PT (UTC-7)
Managing for Social Justice: Harnessing Management Theory and Practice for Collective Good
Managing for Social Justice
TeachingPracticeInternationalTheme: Creating a Better World TogetherResearchDiversity

Organizer: Latha Poonamallee, The New School
Discussant: Simy Joy, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
Moderator: Anita Howard, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve U.
Presenter: Tamara Stenn, Landmark College
Presenter: Priya Rajeev, Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode
Presenter: Mies De Koning, Rockefeller Foundation
Presenter: Anthony D. Meyers, Baruch College & The Graduate Center, CUNY
Speaker: Deniz Ozturk, Yildirim Beyazit U.
Presenter: Conrad Walker, The New School
Presenter: Katie Fong, Consultant
Presenter: Bryce Adams, UMGC
Presenter: Ashwin Goutham Gopi, New York U.
Participant: Minu Zachariah, B.M.S. College of Engineering
Participant: Satyanandini Arjunan, B.M.S. College of Engineering
Participant: Susan S. Case, Case Western Reserve U.
Participant: Shruti Daundiyal, Cambridge U.
Participant: Afsal Najib, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
Participant: Shaswat Shukla, APA taskforce
Presenter: Susan S. Case, Case Western Reserve U.
Participant: Jacqueline Toppin, The New School
Participant: Trisha Varma, Indian School of Development Management
Participant: Urvi Shriram, Indian School of Development Management
Participant: Minu Mehta, IES
Participant: Pamela Lee, Saint Leo U.
Participant: Thomas F Kohntopp, Walden U.
Participant: Carrie E Neal, -
Participant: Nidhi Srinivas, The New School
Participant: Sujatha Jesudason, The New School
The goal of this PDW is to introduce a preliminary, integrative conceptual framework on the intersections between Management and Social Justice, spur management research and teaching that explicitly centers equity, inclusion, and social justice as the goals of organization and management, and provide an opportunity for chapter submitters of the book “Managing for Social Justice: Harnessing Management Theory and Practice for Collective Good (Poonamallee, Joy and Howard, (Ed.), 2022: Palgrave Macmillan) to share their work, receive feedback, and work together to strengthen the chapters for final inclusion in the book. The book and the proposed PDW builds on the Virtual Management and Social Justice Conversation Series created, curated, and hosted by Latha Poonamallee. An interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral project, it brings together scholars and practitioners who are obsessed with questions about how to challenge conventional understandings of organizations and management towards building a more just, equitable, and sustainable world. Submissions span topics such as Advancing Racial Equity in STEM work and education, Re-envisioning Philanthropy and CSR for social justice, pedagogical support and motivation for neurodiverse students, Inclusion of Transgender people in the workforce in India, Cooperatives as catalysts for refugee women’s identity work, Interrogating Whiteness in the field of OD and Organizational Change, Social Justice in Environmental Management and Sustainability, Courageous Conversations: Speaking Truth to Power, Social Justice and Policy Management, Tensions in the Circular Economy, Balancing Commerce and Conviction in Emerging Media among others. This topic is relevant to the 2022 AOM Meeting Theme of Creating a Better World Together.
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