Message from Division Chair

Sigal Barsade.jpgWelcome to the microsite for the OB Division at the Academy of Management! We are a vibrant community of over 6000 members from 65 countries. We research, teach and engage with practitioners around the world to address issues of importance in the management of individuals and groups in organizations. Our research helps us to understand how to build better workplaces that are productive for organizations and society, and fulfilling to organizational members. To learn more about what we do take a look at our domain statement.

Our new community site provides all of the features of our previous platform, plus more!  Check out the event calendar for more information on upcoming OB-related events around the world.  Our library will continue to grow as OB members share resources on teaching, research, and the division.  Finally, be sure to visit the discussion board for the latest conversations in the world on organizational behavior. 

Thanks for being part of the OB Division!

Daan van Knippenberg
OB Division Chair

OB Division News

  • Webinar: #BlackLivesMatter in the Workplace

    You are invited to join us on April 27, 2021 from 9-10:30am PT This session will include a conversation with a panel of four senior-level practitioners from a variety of industries, each of whom has a unique perspective on racial inequality in the ... More
  • Recording of "#BlackLivesMatter in the Academy: An Anti-Bias Lens on OB Research"

    On February 22, 2021 the OB Executive Division hosted a webinar called "#BlackLivesMatter in the Academy: An Anti-Bias Lens on OB Research" A recording of this webinar is now available on our 2020-21 Spotlight webpage focused on Racial Inequality and Systemic Racism. This session ... More

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Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior | Antwerp Management School | Group & Organization Management (Sage) | Journal of Management | Journal of Organizational Behavior (Wiley-Blackwell) | Mercer Workforce Sciences Institute | People Innovation Lab, Google | Sage Publications | Stanford University Press