About NAMS
The North American Management Society (NAMS) is an organization consisting of management scholars and practitioners in the pursuit of management knowledge everywhere.
About NAMS

The North American Management Society (NAMS) focuses on management scholars and practitioners in North America, the United States and Canada, and other interested individuals. Most of our members are from smaller educational institutions and from practitioners in profit and nonprofit organizations.

NAMS seeks scholarly works by academics and management practitioners from large and small organizations, for-profit and not-for-profit, in all areas of management. We hope to learn from each others' works in original paper sessions as well as cases and panel discussions.
NAMS is a scholarly society that is a peer-supportive, constructive organization. We help each other strengthen our work. We do not score points for putting people down or "nailing" people. Where a paper can be improved, encouraging support and guidance, with suggestions for improvements, in a friendly manner, is OUR WAY. Every one wins when the authors are aided and a paper is improved, and the science is thus strengthened.
NAMS Mission Statement

  1. We are an inclusive “group” of “Management” scholars in learning and practicing organizations.
  2. We foster the development and distribution of new knowledge in “Management.”
  3. We value new knowledge in Management that comes from practitioner innovations as well as formal and informal research activities in schools, colleges, and universities.
  4. We recognize that new knowledge in Management occurs as a result of dialogues between individuals as well as experimentation in the field by practitioners and scholars; by studies in laboratories; and by observations of individuals, groups, and institutions.
  5. Since Management is necessary in ALL organizations, we seek new knowledge in the field from individuals in ALL organizations, profit and nonprofit, government and business.
  6. We seek to develop and distribute new knowledge in ALL AREAS of Management of All Types of Organizations.


Jeanetta Sims                                                   Chaunda Scott
University of Central Oklahoma            Oakland University

Richard Crandall
University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Ohio Northern University

Rockford University

Ohio Dominican University

Baker College

Casimir C. Barczyk
Purdue University - Calumet

Debela Birru
Central College

Bruce Bloom
DeVry University

Jeff Fahrenwald
Rockford College

Gideon Falk
Purdue University - Calumet

Harry Fisher
Eureka College

Jann Freed
Central College

Peter Gordon
Southeast Missouri State University

Michele Govekar
Ohio Northern University

Paul Govekar
Ohio Northern University
Regina Greenwood
Nova Southeastern University

Kenneth Heischmidt
Southeast Missouri State University
Brian Hinrichs
Saint Xavier University

J. David Hunger*
St. Johns College 

Richard Leake
Luther College

James Maddox
Friends University

C.R. Marshall
Univ. of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Michael Sanders
St. Mary's College

David Savino
Ohio Northern University

Richard Sebastian*
St. Cloud State University

Julia Teahen
Baker College

William Walsh
Illinois Wesleyan University

Carolyn Wiley
Roosevelt University
* = deceased