SMS

Dates

Late August
Workshop Registration Opens
September 17, 2019
Workshop Participant Registration Deadline
October 19, 2019
Saturday Workshops
October 19-22, 2019
SMS 39th Annual Conference in Minneapolis

Registration Requirement

No application is required for this workshop.

We kindly ask that if you plan to attend the workshop that you register for the workshop by September 17, 2019. Registration for workshops will open in Late August. Saturday Workshops at the Annual Conference are included in the registration for the Annual Conference. Participants in workshops must be registered for the Annual Conference. Walk-ins are welcomed only if space is available.

Recent Advances and Opportunities in Computational Modeling in Strategy, Organizations and Entrepreneurship

Saturday, October 19, 2019
09:00h – 12:00h

(Lunch provided for all workshop participants: 12:00 - 13:00)
 

Workshop Registration Deadline: September 17, 2019

sponsored by Research Methods Community

Workshop Information

Over the past few decades, computational modeling have made significant inroads in organizational fields. However, its potential may still go underutilized. Scholars often discuss how to broaden the impact and improve the accessibility of computational modeling techniques to a wider audience. This session will bring together researchers who are at the cutting edge of applying computational modeling to questions relevant to organizational scholars. In particular, the workshop will focus on the process of developing and publishing studies using computational models.

The workshop is oriented toward junior faculty and doctoral students. Scholars who want to improve their general understanding of computational models and those who would like to use these tools directly in their work will benefit from the workshop.

The first part of the workshop will consist of short panelist presentations followed by a discussion on recent trends and opportunities in computational modeling. The second part will be interactive and will consist of small group discussions in which panelists will provide feedback on participants' research ideas. 

Panelists

picture of John Chen
John Chen
University of Florida
picture of Martin Ganco
Martin Ganco
University of Wisconsin-Madison
picture of Hart Posen
Hart Posen
University of Wisconsin-Madison
picture of Maciej Workiewicz
Maciej Workiewicz
ESSEC Business School

Organizers

picture of Martin Ganco
Martin Ganco
University of Wisconsin-Madison
picture of Hart Posen
Hart Posen
University of Wisconsin-Madison