New Podcast: Interviews with Scholars of Organizational Behavior
For those of you that know me personally, you’re probably aware that I’m the Technology Czar for the Organizational Behavior division of the Academy of Management. That is really just a fancy way to say, “When there’s a technology problem, the executive committee asks me to fix it.” However, this year, my role has expanded to include chairing the brand-new Social Media Committee. The purpose of that committee is to produce material to better connect the OB division leadership, members of the OB division, and the public at large, shared via social media.
So as part of that mandate, we have created a new podcast! During the AOM 2012 conference in Boston, Massachusetts, graduate student members of the Social Committee Committee interviewed prominent scholars of the OB division and recorded these interviews to video. Each month over the next year, we’ll be releasing these videos (edited, of course!) as a podcast. You can view the first of these videos embedded below or subscribe directly to the podcast in iTunes.
It begins with my giving a short video introduction to the series and this episode, so you finally can put a face and voice to this blog. For better or worse, I suppose…
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