Call for Papers: Mixed Methods

Organizational scholars have relied on a variety of methodological approaches to address research questions, including quantitative and qualitative methods. Along with using quantitative methods in some studies and qualitative methods in other works, researchers can also use mixed methods designs combining quantitative and qualitative methods in the same study. The central premise of relying on […]

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Video Methods

Some of you might use video as a source of data in your research. We invite you to submit papers for a Special Issue of Organizational Research Methods on Video-Based Research Methods. Some further information is included below or click this link for the Call for Papers (http://orm.sagepub.com/ Click on the “Call for Papers” button).

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2014 Election Results

The results of the 2014 election cycle are in — please congratulate the new members of the Research Methods Division’s leadership team: John Kammeyer-Mueller (University of Minnesota) Incoming PDW Chair Karen Jansen (Australian National University) Incoming Representative at Large Kris Byron (Syracuse University) Incoming Representative at Large

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2014 Academy of Management Annual Meeting

The Research Methods Division will have a full slate of Professional Development Workshops at the 2014 Academy of Management Annual Meeting. The conference will occur August 1-5 in Philadelphia, PA. For more information, including scheduling information, please visit the Academy’s conference site.

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Measure Chest Wiki Re-Activated

After a long dry spell, the Research Methods Measure Chest Wiki has been re-activated and re-launched. Unfortunately, due to a server crash, the content from the old Measure Chest has been lost. So, we’re seeking your help to repopulate the Measure Chest with measures frequently used by organizational scholars. Anyone can add a new measure.

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