Conference Schedule

This schedule is tentative and subject to change as presentations, speakers, and events are confirmed and finalized.

Stop by the Registration Desk to receive your conference materials, schedule, and gift. Also our collegiate members can signup to participate in our conference scavenger hunt, special evening event activities, and more.

Have a question you need answered during the conference, this is the place to get the answer.

CONFERENCE FOYER

The Society for Advancement of Management’s publication the Advanced Management Journal will host an annual Editorial Review Board Meeting to discuss the future of the publication, leadership changes, reviewer challenges and benchmarking for the coming year.

Join us for light refreshments, games and prizes at the SAM Hospitality Room Suite

FLOOR 10

Join your fellow conference attendees and the Officers, Directors, and Leaders of the Society for Advancement of Management as we open the 2019 SAM International Management Conference.

ATRIUM

For our Collegiate conference attendees who are participating in the International Collegiate Business Skills Championships. During this session, teams will select their competition times for the all segments of the challenges. Students will be able to ask questions of the Competition Directors as well as meet their fellow competitors.

SALON VII & SALON VIII

Stop by the Registration Desk to receive your conference materials, schedule, and gift. Also our collegiate members can signup to participate in our conference scavenger hunt, special evening event activities, and more.

Have a question you need answered during the conference, this is the place to get the answer.

NOTE: Registration Desk is CLOSED during Luncheon

CONFERENCE FOYER

Teams will compete in accordance to the times selected during the Collegiate Competition Orientation on Day 1

ATLANTIS & DISCOVERY

With Keynote Speaker Chief Rob Hicks of the Leesburg Police Department

Chief Hicks opens our special panel session with a keynote address sharing insights from his more than 25 years of progressive law enforcement experience. With academic training in criminal justice, management and public administration, Chief Hicks is a visionary leader who believes the future of policing must involve greater positive collaboration among agencies and with the community to build trust and mutual respect.

SALON VII & SALON VIII

Job Fair

Vendor Fair

Resume Critiques

SALON I & SALON II

Join us for a continental style breakfast light refreshments, games and prizes at the Hospitality Suite located on Floor 10.

FLOOR 10

Dr. Sudeep Sharma from the University of Illinois Springfield will facilitate the panel discussion featuring our distinguished panelists. Representing a range of organizations facing unique circumstances in serving their constituents, each panelist will share their perspective on current challenges and trends as well as initiatives they believe will lead to short-term and long-term success.

SALON VII & SALON VIII

Collegiate Leadership Series I

The Collegiate Leadership Series is open to Collegiate Members of the Society.

SALON III

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Business Education : Creativity and Technology

AVATARS and New Technologies to Enhance Learning Experiences – David Dyson & Julie Huntley

SALON IV

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Organizational Change: Innovation

S-D Logic: Service Ecosystem Contributions to the Agriculture Industry – Anita Goerig

Leader-Employee Relationship as an Antecedent to Employee Commitment Mediating Innovative Work Behavior – Linda Miller

SALON V

ACADEMIC POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Organizational Justice: Perceptions Among Proposal Development Professionals – Peggy Dufour

An Exploration of the Relationship Between leadership Style and Motivation: A Quantitative Study – Kenneth Chester, Kyoko Mueller & Heidi Batiste

Employees and Social Media: How Many Likes Is Your Job Worth? – Samantha Kerby & Heidi Batiste

Personality Traits and Management style of a Successful Female Manager – Ashley Koontz, Regina Loudon & Heidi Batiste

Which Types of Firms Get Solicited for Bribes? An Empirical Investigation of Public Sector Corruption in Malaysia – William Schneper

Exploring the Characteristice of Mobile Technologies Influencing User Perceptions and Usability and Security for Novel Authentication Schemes – Hai Vu, Ernesto Ibarra, Tori Walters & Hasan Kartal

SALON VI

Our panelists will interact with the audience during the Question and Answer portion of the session. This is a great opportunity to ask experienced law enforcement leaders your management-related questions.

SALON VII & SALON VIII

AMJ Discussion Panel

Meet with members of the SAM Advanced Management Journal Editorial Review Board to ask questions about getting your work published in a future edition.

SALON III

Law Enforcement Management Series Breakout Session

Following the formal portions of the session attendees are invited to join smaller group conversations where you can network with a particular panelist and ask more specific questions about the industry.

SALON IV

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Organizational Commitment: Security

Securing Enterprise Databases: SQL Injection & Cross-Site Scripting Attacks – Thompson Dang, Michael Fatunke, Srisaiteja Kandimalla & Mark Hwang

Biometrics: Information Security Gets Personal – Hannah Brockman, Wesley Riddell & Gina harden

SALON V

ACADEMIC POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Organizational Justice: Perceptions Among Proposal Development Professionals – Peggy Dufour

An Exploration of the Relationship Between leadership Style and Motivation: A Quantitative Study – Kenneth Chester, Kyoko Mueller & Heidi Batiste

Employees and Social Media: How Many Likes Is Your Job Worth? – Samantha Kerby & Heidi Batiste

Personality Traits and Management style of a Successful Female Manager – Ashley Koontz, Regina Loudon & Heidi Batiste

Which Types of Firms Get Solicited for Bribes? An Empirical Investigation of Public Sector Corruption in Malaysia – William Schneper

Exploring the Characteristice of Mobile Technologies Influencing User Perceptions and Usability and Security for Novel Authentication Schemes – Hai Vu, Ernesto Ibarra, Tori Walters & Hasan Kartal

SALON VI

Join us for light refreshments, games and prizes at the Hospitality Suite located on Floor 10.

FLOOR 10

Job Fair

Vendor Fair

Resume Critiques

SALON I & SALON II

Business Leader Roundtable

SALON III

Academic Paper Presentations

Does Pre-Departure Cross-Cultural Training Facilitate Expatriate Adjustment – John Okpara, Wai Kwan Elaine Lau, M.Ruhul Amin & Lam Nguyen

Workforce Development in Hotel Industry: How Recognition, Development, Supervisor & Promotion Impact Employee Motivation in Vietnam – Phuong Huynh, Quan Tran, Loan Pham, Lam Nguyen & John Okpara

Personal Business Ethics in a Global Economy: A Cross-Cultural Study among Business Students in France and Vietnam – Loan Pham, Thomas Tanner, Lam Nguyen & John Okpara

SALON IV

Academic Paper Presentations

Four Proposed Modules for a Course on E-Sports Analytics – Joseph Rubleske & Brett Westerfeld

Culture and Conflict Management in I4H: Experiential Learning for Business that Engages with Community Development Entrepreneurship – James Calvin

Knowledge and Perceptions of Fairtrade as a Sustainable Development Goal: A Campus Case Study – Brianna Lanier

SALON V

Collegiate Leadership Series

SALON VI

Teams will compete in the Business Bowl Competition in accordance with the times selected at the Orientation Session on Day 1.

ATLANTIS & DISCOVERY

Collegiate Leadership Series I

SALON III

Collegiate Leadership Series II

SALON IV

Academic Paper Presentations

SALON V

An exclusive event for our Chapter Advisors in the SAM Hospitality Room.

FLOOR 10

Stop by the Registration Desk to receive your conference materials, schedule, and gift. Also our collegiate members can signup to participate in our conference scavenger hunt, special evening event activities, and more.

Have a question you need answered during the conference, this is the place to get the answer.

Teams will compete in accordance to the times selected during the Collegiate Competition Orientation on Day 1

ATLANTIS & DISCOVERY

With Keynote Speaker Pranam Ben of The Garage

Pranam Ben opens our special panel session with a keynote address sharing insights from his more than 20 years of experience in technology and healthcare. He has successfully launched multiple entrepreneurial ventures and his organization has recently been recognized internationally as an innovative healthcare technology leader.

SALON VII & SALON VIII

Join us for a continental style breakfast and light refreshments, games and prizes

FLOOR 10

Brandy Ziesemer will facilitate the panel discussion featuring our distinguished healthcare leaders. Representing organizations from diverse segments of the healthcare sector, each panelist will share their unique perspective on current issues and future developments.

SALON VII & SALON VIII

Collegiate Leadership Series I

SALON III

Academic Paper Presentations

SALON IV

Academic Paper Presentations

SALON V

Academic Paper Presentations | Business Education

Workshop & DiscussionGamification – Henry Johnson, Emma Peterson, Brittany Coonan, Luke Marcotte & Amaryha Bryan

SALON VI

Our panelists will interact with the audience during this Question and Answer portion. This is a great opportunity to ask experienced healthcare leaders about the field.

SALON VII & SALON VIII

Collegiate Leadership Series II

SALON III

Healthcare Management Breakout Session

Following the formal portions of the session, attendees are invited to join smaller group conversations where you can network with a particular panelist.

SALON IV

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Management in the Workplace: Staffing in Organizations

Maritime Labor Shortages: Causes and Impacts on Port Effectiveness – Paul Ewell

Underserved: HR Staffing Challenges in Restaurants – Wes Auberry, Marylin Faulkenburg & Carlos Linares

Midnight Call to Academic: Vacancies for Accountant Doctoral Faculty – Lamine Conteh & Okeniyi Oke

SALON V

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Business Fundamentals: Project Management

Quality and Innovation: Project Management’s Role in Creating Customer Value – Collin Melveney & Jack Cook

PM Powered Management Model – Wanda Curlee

SALON VI

Join us for light refreshments, games and prizes

Collegiate Leadership Series III

SALON III

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Management in the Workplace: Management Styles Across Cultures

Latinos First-Generation in the Workplace: Perception of Diversity and Inclusion – Carlos Linares

Preview of Management Style in Mexico and Spain – Amira Veenker, Nicholas Anderson & David Dyson

Comparison of Management Styles in Brazil and the USA: Now and into the Future – Maria Mmari & David Dyson

SALON IV

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Organizational Mission

Open Strategy: The Role of Organizational Democracy – Henry Adobor

SALON V

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Organizational Change: Crisis Management

Hurricane Harvey, the Port Royal Resort, and the Triple-Bottom Line – Walter Scott Sherman & Randall Harris

Hurricane Harvey, Sensemaking During Crisis & What’s the Story – Walter Scott Sherman & Randall Harris

Disaster Preparation Issues: Surviving Hurricane Harvey – Elwin Myers, Jennifer Myers & Joseph Myers

SALON VI

Collegiate Leadership Series III

SALON III

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Management in the Workplace: Leadership

Virtual Leadership in Organizations – Jack McCann & Tom Kohntopp

SALON IV

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Business Fundamentals: Impacting Wealth of Organizations

Exchange Rate Exposure on Non-Financial Latin American Firms – Marcel Minutolo & Werner Kristjanpoller

Total Wealth Effects of Sustainable Supply Chain Management: Internal and External Determinants – Thi-Ha-Trang Dang, Shao-Chi Chang & Ying-Yi Li

SALON V

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Business Fundamentals: Information Management

Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM): Using Big Data to Manage Enrollment on a College Campus – Jack Cook & Pam Neely

Data Visualization, Insight and Critical Thinking –John Black

SALON VI

The annual meeting of the Society for Advancement of Management Board of Directors

Stop by the Registration Desk to receive your conference materials, schedule, and gift. Also our collegiate members can signup to participate in our conference scavenger hunt, special evening event activities, and more.

Have a question you need answered during the conference, this is the place to get the answer.

As determined by the Collegiate Competition Orientation

SALON III & SALON IV

Teams who have advanced from Round One will be scheduled to compete during this time frame for the Quarter Final rounds.

With Keynote Speaker Dr. Avinandan Mukherjee

Dr. Muhkerjee starts the Business School Leadership Series with a address on The Future of Work and the Role of Business Schools: Best Practices and Outcomes.

Followed by a Panel Discussion with distinguished panelists. Representing a diverse cross-section of Business Schools the panelists will explore and exchange ideas and best practices on preparing students for college to career transition.

SALON VII & SALON VIII

Join us for light refreshments, games and prizes

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Management in the Workplace: Work Process & Employee Status in HR

Managing Creative Processes Within a Sea of Routine Work – Jordyn Smith & Jack Cook

Are Employee Resource Groups Inclusive or Exclusive? A Study of Intersectional Identity, Queer Women of Color and Women in Tech – Alison Logia

SALON V

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Management in the Workplace: Birkman Model in Organizational Behavior

Understanding Organizational Behavior and Stress through the Eyes of Birkman – Susan Duvall-Dickson

Understanding Organizational Behavior through the Eyes of Birkman – Susan Duvall-Dickson

SALON VI

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Business Education: Experiential Learning & Design

It is Nice to be the Expert: Student Perceptions of an Innovative paired Course Design with Peer Mentorship – Henry Johnson, Christine Stevens & Sarrah Berkery

SALON V

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS | Management in the Workplace: Leadership

Team Building and Leadership for Regional Economic Development – Robert Bell & Susan Elkins

SALON VI

Join us for light refreshments, games and prizes

Teams who have advanced from Round Two will be scheduled to compete during this time frame for the Quarter Final rounds.

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS |

SALON V

ACADEMIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS |

SALON VI

Teams will advance to the final rounds of the Business Bowl.