Academy of Management Discoveries
We hope you will find that AMD contains interesting and important empirical research about poorly-understood phenomena that advances our understanding of management and organizations. In this inaugural issue we would like to introduce you to AMD’s mission of publishing discoveries and what that means. We will discuss how claims about phenomena may be empirically grounded in ways that make those discoveries interesting and important for advancing future research on management and organizations. We will also discuss AMD’s editorial policies and strategies for achieving our mission. Finally, we will conclude by suggesting how AMD can contribute to building our community of management scholars by inviting you, our readers, to submit, review, and comment on articles for AMD. The mission of Academy of Management Discoveries is to publish new empirical research that strengthens our understanding of substantively important yet poorly understood phenomena concerning management and organizations. AMD welcomes phenomenon-driven research that employs quantitative and/or qualitative methods at any level of analysis (e.g., individuals, groups, organizations, industries, societies). AMD publishes articles that present strong and persuasive evidence, and provides readers clear and timely implications for understanding and improving management and organizations.
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