47 min

Martin Kilduff – Organizing a conference during a pandemic The OMT Podcast

    • Business

Martin Kilduff, Professor of Organizational Behaviour at University College London and the OMT Division Chair elect.

In this episode, Martin explains that his research shows how an association with someone famous can help people secure a position. He also explains how it can be detrimental when the long-term association “buffers” people from underperforming or penalizes them for overperforming. Martin also talks about the pandemic-related changes he had to make as OMT Program Chair to this year’s Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

To find out more about Martin, please visit his official faculty profile:
https://www.mgmt.ucl.ac.uk/people/martinkilduff

Martin Kilduff, Professor of Organizational Behaviour at University College London and the OMT Division Chair elect.

In this episode, Martin explains that his research shows how an association with someone famous can help people secure a position. He also explains how it can be detrimental when the long-term association “buffers” people from underperforming or penalizes them for overperforming. Martin also talks about the pandemic-related changes he had to make as OMT Program Chair to this year’s Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

To find out more about Martin, please visit his official faculty profile:
https://www.mgmt.ucl.ac.uk/people/martinkilduff

47 min

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