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PDW DESCRIPTION AND FORMAT

8-mag-2019

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2019 ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT

 ANNUAL MEETING

 

Professional Development Workshop Proposal

PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT IN FAMILY FIRMS

 

Boston Marriott Copley Place

Simmons on Friday, Aug 9 2019, 1:00PM - 3:00PM

 

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The PDW is composed of two parts. In the first part, a multidisciplinary panel of scholars discusses their recent research that makes use of psychological constructs and theories to advance family business and family entrepreneurship studies. The debate revolves around three lines of conversation:

(a) executives’ and family entrepreneurs’ psychological heuristics and biases in family firms;
(b) psychological paths in family firms’ decision-making process;
(c) the interface among personal characteristics, compensation, and job mobility of executives in family firms.

An interactive conversation with Family Business Review’s editors closes the first part.

Even if participation is open, pre-registration is required also for Part 1.

In the second part, attendees will discuss their working papers in thematic roundtables. Participants to the roundtables are invited to submit to pasqualemassimo.picone@unipa.it the most recent version of their papers (or, alternatively, an extended abstract) that they would like to discuss. The deadline for registration is July 20, 2019. During the roundtable, the panelist scholars and other participants will provide feedback to each participant in turn. Our goal during the roundtable is to discuss new research questions on psychological foundations of management in family firms and attempt to uncover novel approaches to address such questions, particularly identifying promising areas where theoretical and empirical contributions can be made.

 

 

Table 1: Activities and specifies the time allocation

ACTIVITY

Welcome and introduction

  • Pasquale Massimo Picone
  • Alfredo De Massis
PART 1 – INTERACTIVE SCHOLARLY CONVERSATIONS

Executive psychological heuristics and biases in family firms

  • Yi Tang
  • Katalin Takacs-Haynes

Psychological path in family firms’ decision-making process

  • Michael Hitt
  • Kai Xu
  • Katalin Takacs-Haynes

At the interface among personal characteristics, compensation, and job mobility of executives in family firms

  • Aaron Hill

Part 1 Conclusion: Meeting the Editors

  • Tyge Payne
  • Donald Neubaum
  • Questions and answers
BREAK
PART 2 – SERIES OF PARALLEL ROUNDTABLES 

Conclusions

  • Alfredo De Massis
Total Time