This year’s AoM conference theme is “The Informal Economy,” which refers to commercial activities that occur at least partially outside a governing body’s observation, taxation, and regulation.
Martin Davidson, together with Heather Wishik, consultant, Tim Ewing, Case Western Reserve University, and Sharon Bueno Washington, Washington, Orange, Wheeler, LLC, plans to explore the intersections of power and identity in self-management by identifying and deepening understanding of the impacts dominant social identities have on intra- and interpersonal dynamics.
Join the panel for what promises to be a provocative and complex discussion. View this year’s program and register for the conference at http://aomonline.org/. Please plan to attend Martin’s book signing for The End of Diversity as We Know It: Why Diversity Efforts Fail and How Leveraging Difference Can Succeed, at the Darden Business Publishing and Berrett-Kohler publishers booths in the main Exhibit Hall at the Hynes Convention Center, 3:00 pm.