The mission of the Social Media Committee (SMC) is to produce and promote Internet-based materials and resources to better showcase the activities and scholarship of the OB division to the division’s members and to the public.
- Produce content: We identify and/or create materials that the division’s membership and the public would find relevant and interesting. For example, noteworthy scholars might be interviewed, and these interviews would be recorded for conversion into online videos.
- Promote content: After identifying resources or creating materials, we distribute these along channels that will get them noticed. This includes the OB division Listserv, online groups where OB practitioners frequent, Facebook (OBSocial), Twitter (@AOM_OB), AOMConnect, and other relevant online outlets.
|Sukanlaya Sawang is a Senior Lecturer (equivalent to Associate Professor) of Management at QUT Business School Queensland University of Technology. She has held an academic position at QUT after her PhD graduation in 2009 as a Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant professor) and has been promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2012. Prior to join QUT Business School, she held the position of Research Fellow at the School of Psychology, Griffith University, in conjunction with Queensland Police Services (QPS). Sukanlaya’s research to date has primarily focussed on two main areas within the field of organisational effectiveness: cross-cultural psychological health and well being; and innovation management, including technology adoption for small businesses. She has developed considerable research and impact within both of these spheres. Sukanlaya received a number of awards – including the ‘Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence’; the ‘Best Paper Awards’ from the Academy of Management (AOM); and the ‘AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange’ awards.|
|Mike Johnson worked for sixteen years full-time in the non-profit world before going back to graduate school to get his PhD at Michigan State University in 2006. His research focuses on how to enhance collaborative work (especially in groups and teams), social identities, and emotions and moods in the workplace. He is currently an Associate Professor in the department of Management and Organization in the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington. He teaches the core Organizational Behavior classes for both the day-time and evening MBA programs, as well as various executive education courses and a PhD seminar. He serves on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Journal, the Journal of Applied Psychology, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. He is a member of the Academy of Management, the American Psychological Association, the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society.|
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