His research has won the 1997 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition, the 2000 Lou Pondy Award from the Organization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management, the 2009 IDEA Thought Leader Award from the Entrepreneurship Division of the Academy of Management for the best recent entrepreneurship research, the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation Best Published Paper Award for 2010, and the 2013 Bright Idea Award from Seton Hall University and the New Jersey Policy Research Organization. It has also been selected as a finalist for the 2010Academy of Management Journal Best Paper Award. He has published articles in Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, Strategic Organization, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Journal of Business Venturing, Human Communication Research, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Organizational Dynamics, Academy of Management Executive, British Journal of Management and Corporate Reputation Review.
Tim served as Associate Editor for the Academy of Management Journal from 2010-2013, and is a member, or has been a member, of the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Business Venturing, Organization Science and Strategic Organization. He received outstanding reviewer awards for his reviewing activities from the Academy of Management Journal in 2004 and 2010 and from the Journal of Business Venturing in 2010. He also co-edited The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Reputation, published by Oxford University Press and Corporate Reputation: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, published by Taylor and Francis. I served a four-year term on the Executive Committee of the Organization Science division of INFORMS from 2006-2010, and served as Representative-at-Large on the Executive Committee of the Organization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management from 2006-2009. I am also an International Research Fellow of the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation.
At Haslam Tim teaches an undergraduate elective on managing start-ups and doctoral seminars on organization theory and academic writing. He has previously taught courses on strategy at the undergraduate, MBA, Executive MBA and doctoral levels, and on power and influence in full-time and executive MBA programs. In 2002 he won the Mabel C. Chipman Award for Teaching Excellence from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business, and in 2000 he was named one of the Top Five MBA professors by the Wisconsin MBA Graduate Students Association.
How to Use Storytelling in Academic Writing: The Roles of the Methods and Results Sections
In this webinar, author and former Academy of Management Journal Associate Editor Tim Pollock introduces the concept of storytelling to academic writing. He applies the five-act storytelling structure from drama, captured in Freytag’s pyramid, to the structuring your research story, with a particular focus on writing effective methods and results sections. He will briefly review the four major types of validity that the Methods and Results sections address, the tradeoffs facing all empirical research, and then discuss each section’s purpose, the challenges in writing the methods and results sections, and how to overcome them.