Caucus Chair: Grace Chun Guo, Sacred Heart University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Caucus Proposals Submission Instructions
The Caucus Committee invites proposals for caucus sessions to be
held at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August 9-13, 2019
in Boston, Massachusetts, Illinois. Caucuses encompass a wide variety of topics and we
encourage proposals that feature nascent ideas or ongoing themes that would be
interesting to the AOM community. Innovative proposals that provide conference
participants with opportunities to network, collaborate and develop new ideas
that include, but are not limited to, the conference theme “Understanding the Inclusive Organization”
should be submitted. The conference theme invites a wide-ranging spectrum
of theoretical perspectives, methods, and applications, both classic and contemporary,
which investigates the many ways that interfaces separate and connect people
and organizations – and considers the consequences of those separations and
All Caucus submissions must be made via the AOMsubmissions website. The
site opens for submissions toward the end of November 28, 2017 and the deadline is January 15, 2019 at 5:00 PM ET(NY Time). Caucus sessions are scheduled during the
scholarly program on Monday and Tuesday. The
meeting rooms are set up with a maximum of three round tables that seat 10
people each with additional chairs set on the perimeter of the room, if
possible. A flipchart and markers will be available for use.
If you have any questions, please contact the Caucus Committee
Chair, Grace Chun Guo at email@example.com.
We look forward to receiving interesting and innovative caucus proposals.
Important: Caucus proposals that do not follow the guidelines may
not be reviewed.
Below are some questions to guide you as you prepare your
Does the proposal encourage development of new
ideas or address emerging topics?
Does the proposal appeal to and interest a
broad audience of AOM members?
Does the proposal encourage collaboration and
the free exchange of ideas?
Does the proposal address the conference theme?
Does the proposal clearly express goals and