As an academic, it's important to make yourself available to the media so that you can get the word out about your work. Sometimes lengthy interviews with reporters lead to nothing; other times brief chats turn into front page Wall Street Journal coverage (for some reason, I was the uber cite about Uber for a brief period of time). Here's a list of many of the media outlets in which my work and comments have been featured over the years.
priming the academic pipeline
In the June 2021 issue of AACSB Insights (formerly BizEd), Ishva Minefee and I discuss the McNair Business Scholars Network and how it can help to set more underrepresented students onto the pathway of a career as a business school academic.
In 2004, the McNair Program at the University of Missouri-Columbia selected me as their featured scholar. Scroll to page 38 of the attached McNair Journal to see me before the gray hair brought on by pondering the tenure process as discussed in this article. Don't skip over all the great content from McNair Scholars along the way!
movers & fakers
Oxford/Said's marketing team created a nice in-house publication called Business at Oxford. This article features a summary of the core idea in the 2012 Strategic Management Journal article I co-authored with Rob Salomon.
the company you keep
This Business at Oxford article focuses on the 2008 Academy of Management Journal article that was the based on my dissertation and that I co-authored with Andy King.
Tim Pollock and I co-edited The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Reputation. We gathered together some top scholars in the field, brought them to Oxford, and hashed out what I think is a solid, coherent structure to make sense of the state of the art in corporate reputation as of 2012. There are a couple of academic reviews of the handbook (ASQ & Org Studies), but this piece is a summary for a practitioner outlet, The European Financial Review.
ASQ Review oxford handbook
Forrest Briscoe reviews The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Reputation in Administrative Science Quarterly. Spoiler alert: he likes it!
oS Review oxford handbook
David Cavazos reviews The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Reputation in Organization Studies. Spoiler alert: he likes it!
Oh those early morning phone calls! But what an honor. This is the video of the speech I gave upon receiving the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, otherwise known as the Nobel Prize. Crank up the audio!
Here's a blog post that summarizes my almost-award-winning 2019 article in Business & Society. Bonus: it has a picture of a monkey (OK, might be a baboon, but you get the idea).