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Plan to Attend the JABS Symposium at AoM!

June 18, 2014 790

Going to be at the 2014 Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Philadelphia this summer? Make sure to attend the symposium “Fifty Years of Powerful Words: A Retrospective and Prospective Look at the Impact of JABS.”

JABS_v50_72ppiRGB_powerpointWho: The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science symposium will be chaired by journal editor William A. Pasmore of Columbia University with discussant Barbara Grey and presenters Philip H. Mirvis, Kim Cameron, Warner Burke, and Richard W. Woodman.

What: This symposium will look at the contributions of the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science in the last fifty years, the difference the field has made, and what should be expected in the next fifty years. Topics covered will include the power of words, the scholar-practitioner gap, research topics, communication with global colleagues, and social media.

When: Monday, August 4th from 11:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

Where: Pennsylvania Convention Center in Room 103 B in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Don’t miss out on this event this summer! You can get more information by clicking here. Can’t wait for August? Click here to view the latest issue of the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science and here to receive e-alerts on all the latest news and research!

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