Message from the Chair
Thank you for checking out the Conflict Management Division web page. Our web page is entirely revised and updated through the efforts of our division’s web manager Eric Neuman. If you have comments and suggestion for us, please send them to Eric or myself.
Our new web page is just one of our division’s accomplishments. At the Academy Conference in Philadelphia, CMD sponsored 15 paper sessions and co-sponsored 23 symposia. These sessions covered a broad range of topics, including trust, ethical judgments, fairness, negotiation, power and emotion.
We would like to congratulate Laurie Weingart, Gergana Todorova, Kristen Behfar, Corrine Bendersky, and Karen Jehn who received the Best Theoretical or Empirical Paper Award for “The Directness and Oppositional Intensity of Conflict Expression”.
We congratulate Susan Mohammed, Kent Alipour, Patricia Martinez, David Livert and Dinora Fitzgerald, who received the Best Paper – Conflict-in-Context Award for Conflict in the Kitchen: Temporal Diversity and Temporal Disagreements in Chef Teams. Mara Olekalns (Program Chair) presented the award on behalf of Emerald Publishing and The International Journal of Conflict Management who sponsor this award.
We congratulate Andrew Soderberg, who received Best Student Paper Award for The Effects of Lying on the Relationship Between Voice and Self- Perceived Status.
We congratulate Laurie Barclay and Tina Kiefer, who received the Best Paper Award – New Directions for Daily experiences of justice: A within-person, dynamic, and event-based perspective. Deb Cai, Editor of Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, sponsored and presented the award on behalf of Wiley Publishing who sponsor this award.
We recognize the significant contribution of Karl Aquino, Thomas Tripp, Robert Bies who received the Most Influential Article award for Getting even or moving on? Power, procedural justice, and types of offense as predictors of revenge, forgiveness, reconciliation, and avoidance in organizations, Journal of Applied Psychology (2006), 91: 653-668. This award is sponsored by the Dispute Resolution Resources Center at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern. We celebrate the success of Geoffrey Kistruck, Robert Lount, Brett Smith, Brian Bergman and Todd Moss who received the Carolyn Dexter Award for their paper Competition vs. Cooperation: Motivating Groups in Base-of-the-Pyramid Markets.
We also thank Zoe Barsness (outgoing Past Division Chair) for her 5 years of service to the division, Robert Lount and Francesca Gino for their 2 years of service as Reps-at-Large, and Anita Bhappu for her 2 years of service as Web Manager. We appreciate and value your contributions to our intellectual community.
We thank all of you who served as reviewers for the conference in Philadelphia and we invite you to sign up and serve as a reviewer for the 2015 conference in Vancouver. The review process begins in January 2015 so please sign up to review now and of course we invite you to submit your research to the Conflict Management Division before January 13, 2015 at 5pm EST (New York time). We look forward to seeing you in Vancouver!
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- The CM Doctoral Consortium will be held August 8th from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
- The PDW Negotiating Your First Job Offer will be held August 8th from 11:15 am to 2:15 pm.
- The PDW The Media and How To Publicize Your Academic Research will be held August 8th from 2:45 pm to 4:45 pm.
- Check out the CM Division highlights on the academic program.
- The CM Social Event will be held August 9th from 6:30-8:00 pm at The Butcher & Bullock, 911 W Pender St.
- CM Division events will take place at the Marriott. (You can find a full list of division-to-hotel assignments here.)
- “The Quad,” a new collaborative gathering that is centered on Divisions & Interest Groups, is looking for volunteers. If you would like to be an ambassador for the CM Division, please see the information flyer.
- About the Annual Meeting August 7th – 11th Vancouver, BC
NCMR has announced a Call for Papers for a special issue on sustainability and environmental conflict. (Deadline: October 1, 2015)
The Journal of Trust Research has announced a Call for Papers for a special issue on trust in negotiations and repeated bargaining. (Deadline: February 15, 2016)
The Dispute Resolution Research Center (DRRC) has announced a new Research Residency Program to help scholars who study conflict, negotiation, or dispute resolution start new collaborations. Participants can apply as a research resident or a research host.