AbstractThousands of scholars and hundreds of millions of dollars are devoted to the study of management. What has society gained from this significant and ongoing allocation of scarce talent and money? As many of our most senior scholars have noted, less than we would like. We can do better. Through an organized process, we can develop more managerial knowledge with fewer resources. In this essay, I outline two suggestions -- roadmaps and TOMCat -- that could organize and advance management knowledge and bring us into better fit with our decreasingly munificent environment.
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