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Zhike Lei appointed Associate Editor for the Academy of Management Discoveries

IMD’s Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior has been designated as one of the 10 associate editors of the premier journal of the Academy of Management, a leader in empirical management research.
July 2023

Zhike Lei, IMD Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior, has been appointed an associate editor for the prestigious Academy of Management Discoveries (AMD). 

AMD is a premier journal of the Academy of Management, which publishes innovative and thought-provoking empirical research in the field of management and organizations. This appointment recognizes Lei as a leader of cutting-edge research that pushes the frontiers of knowledge in significant societal and management issues. 

Collaborating with an editorial team of 10 highly distinguished scholars, Lei will employ her expertise and knowledge to maintain the journal’s leading position for empirical management research. 

“I am honored and excited to take on this role. Not only will it help bring scholarly visibility to IMD, but it will allow me to have a stronger impact on management research and practice,” says Lei.  

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