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.
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.
The RM Division has successfully updated its bylaws. Thank you all for voting on the measure and helping us successfully complete the business of the division. You can access the new Research Methods Division Bylaws here.
The deadline for award nominations has been extended to Friday, March 14th, 2014. Nominations are being sought for the following awards:
- Distinguished Career Award
- Early Career Award
- Robert McDonald Advancement of Organizational Research Methodology Award
Please consider nominating someone for these awards.
The RMD will present awards at our annual business meeting during the Academy of Management Conference in August. In the past, some of these awards have carried a small monetary “token of appreciation.” Thanks to a generous donation by Sage Publications, the amount of each award we give has increased substantially. So start thinking about your colleagues and associates who deserve some recognition for their hard work!
Send your nominations to:
Kevin D. Carlson
RMD Awards Committee Chairperson& Representative at Large
Department of Management, Virginia Tech
2007 Pamplin Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061
David Harrison has shared the syllabus for his doctoral research methods course. Download it here.
Katherine Klein shared the syllabus for her research methods doctoral seminar. Download here.
This is Gilad Chen’s research methods syllabus from 2004. Download here.
Frank Schmidt shared the syllabus for his graduate-level survey Research Methods course.
Frank Schmidt shared the syllabus for his graduate-level Measurement Theory and Methods in Behavioral Research course.