46 episodes

Welcome to the Academy of Management Review's Origins Series, where we ask, "Where does theory come from?" in order to demystify the theory-building process. In this interview series, authors of forthcoming AMR articles discuss how they got the ideas for their papers, and share their process for developing new theory in the field of management.

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Welcome to the Academy of Management Review's Origins Series, where we ask, "Where does theory come from?" in order to demystify the theory-building process. In this interview series, authors of forthcoming AMR articles discuss how they got the ideas for their papers, and share their process for developing new theory in the field of management.

    Ep 46 - Volk, Waldman & Barnes - "A Circadian Theory of Paradoxical Leadership."

    Ep 46 - Volk, Waldman & Barnes - "A Circadian Theory of Paradoxical Leadership."

    In this episode of the Academy of Management Review's
    Origins Series, Stefan Volk, David A. Waldman, and Chris Barnes discuss the development of their AMR article titled "A Circadian Theory of Paradoxical Leadership."

    In this interview series, we ask, "Where does theory come from?" to demystify the theory-building process. Authors of forthcoming AMR articles discuss how they got the ideas for their papers and share their process for developing new theory in the field of management.

    Article web link for this episode: https://journals.aom.org/doi/abs/10.5465/amr.2020.0468

    • 47 min
    Ep 45 - Leavitt and Schabram - “Ghost in the Machine: On Organizational Theory in the Age of Machine Learning"

    Ep 45 - Leavitt and Schabram - “Ghost in the Machine: On Organizational Theory in the Age of Machine Learning"

    In this episode of the Academy of Management Review's Origins Series, Keith Leavitt and Kira Schabram discuss the development of their AMR article titled "Ghost in the Machine: On Organizational Theory in the Age of Machine Learning." This article was co-authored with Prashanth Hariharan and Chris Barnes.

    In this interview series, we ask, "Where does theory come from?" to demystify the theory-building process. Authors of forthcoming AMR articles discuss how they got the ideas for their papers and share their process for developing new theories in the field of management.

    Article web link for this episode: https://journals.aom.org/doi/full/10.5465/amr.2019.0247

    • 39 min
    Ep 44 - Piazza, Bergemann and Helms - Getting Away with It (Or Not)

    Ep 44 - Piazza, Bergemann and Helms - Getting Away with It (Or Not)

    In this episode of the Academy of Management Review's Origins Series, Alessandro Piazza, Patrick Bergemann and Wesley Helms discuss the development of their AMR article titled "Getting Away with It (Or Not): The Social Control of Organizational Deviance."

    In this interview series, we ask, "Where does theory come from?" to demystify the theory-building process. Authors of forthcoming AMR articles discuss how they got the ideas for their papers and share their process for developing new theory in the field of management.

    Article web link for this episode: https://journals.aom.org/doi/abs/10.5465/amr.2021.0066

    • 51 min
    Ep 43 - Sugiyama, Ladge and Dokko - A paradox theory of career identity maintenance and change

    Ep 43 - Sugiyama, Ladge and Dokko - A paradox theory of career identity maintenance and change

    In this episode of the Academy of Management Review's Origins Series, Keimei Sugiyama, Jamie Ladge, and Gina Dokko discuss the development of their AMR article titled "Stable anchors and dynamic evolution: A paradox theory of career identity maintenance and change."

    In this interview series, we ask, "Where does theory come from?" to demystify the theory-building process. Authors of forthcoming AMR articles discuss how they got the ideas for their papers and share their process for developing new theory in the field of management.

    Article web link for this episode: https://journals.aom.org/doi/abs/10.5465/amr.2020.0351

    • 45 min
    Ep 42 - Sherry Thatcher - Reflecting on the Impact and Value of the AMR Origins Series

    Ep 42 - Sherry Thatcher - Reflecting on the Impact and Value of the AMR Origins Series

    Welcome to the Academy of Management Review's Origins Series, where over the last two years we have asked, "Where does theory come from?" to demystify the theory-building process. This is the last interview in the current series, and in this episode, Sherry Thatcher – the outgoing Editor in Chief of AMR – reflects on the impact and value of the AMR Origins Series as it has developed and evolved over the past two years.  

    • 27 min
    Ep 41 - Reinecke and Lawrence - "The role of temporality in institutional stabilization: A process view?"

    Ep 41 - Reinecke and Lawrence - "The role of temporality in institutional stabilization: A process view?"

    Welcome to the Academy of Management Review's Origins Series, where we ask, "Where does theory come from?" to demystify the theory-building process. In this interview series, authors of forthcoming AMR articles discuss how they got the ideas for their papers and share their process for developing new theory in the field of management. In this episode (Ep 41), Juliane Reinecke and Tom Lawrence discuss their AMR article titled "The role of temporality in institutional stabilization: A process view?"

    Article web link: https://journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/amr.2019.0486

    • 34 min

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