HERE ARE THE LINKS TO VIEW AND/OR DOWNLOAD THE RECORDINGS OF THE PRESENTATIONS.

Day 1 Session 1 and Session 2

Day 1 Session 3 and Poster Ignite

Day 2 Session 4 and Session 5

Presenter Information (in order of presentations)

Session 1: Organizational Networks- Jack Harris, Caroline Stratton, Marlon Twyman, Cameron Piercy
Session 2: Non-traditional Work Settings- Ivan Gan, Surabhi Sahay, Kristen Guth, Hallie Workman, Jeremy Foote
Session 3: Organizing with Technology- Peter McMahan, Parul Malik, Scott Banghart, Steve Augustyn
Session 4: Society and the Organization- Jessica Rick, Kristen Okamoto, Christine Goldthwaite, Sylvia Guo
Session 5: Interpersonal Interactions in Organizations- Aaron Schecter, Alexandra Toll, DaJung Woo, Abby Rainer

For Poster Presenters:

  • The poster should be sized similar to other conferences (A0 or A1 paper size). Using smaller pieces to move around is acceptable as well
  • Each poster will be assigned a space based on the submission number
  • We will provide materials to mount your posters (tape, poster board or other support)
  • Please make sure your poster fits on a 36” x 48” space
  • We will also allow poster presenters to do a lightning 1-minute introduction of their poster. Please send one PPT slide AND a PDF file of one image to ocmc2016 at easychair dot org

For Oral Presenters:

  • You will be given a total of 20 minutes for your presentation. This time includes questions and feedback, so anticipate spending 12-15 minutes on your talk and the rest of the time on discussion
  • The format of talk is up to the individual presenter (speaking from notes, use of slides, etc.)
  • If using slides, you should either bring your own computer or USB drive to load presentation to another computer. We will supply display adapters, and a remote slide advancer
    • Please use PDF or PowerPoint formats for your presentation if you will need to use another computer
  • Each presenter will belong to a session containing a total of 4 or 5 presentations, so keeping to the allotted time is IMPORTANT