Invitation to Participate: 2015 RM Division Consortium

Research Methods Division 2015 Doctoral Student and Early Career Faculty Consortium With support from Center for the Advancement of Research Methods & Analysis (CARMA) Overview: The consortium is a virtual, real-time, and participative opportunity to interact with leading scholars and methodologists across three perspectives: macro-quantitative, micro-quantitative and qualitative. The timeline of the consortium is provided below. May […]

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Call for Nominations: RM Division Awards

The Research Methods Division of the Academy of Management is asking for nominations for three awards: 2015 Sage Publications/RMD Distinguished Career Award 2015 Sage Publications/RMD/CARMA Early Career Achievement Award 2015 Sage Publications/Robert McDonald Advancement of Organizational Research Methodology Award For consideration, nominations must be received by March 18, 2015. Please consider nominating individuals in our field you believe should […]

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Changes to RMNET Access

RMNET is now accessed through http://lists.unc.edu. If you enter your email address on this page (provided that you are a registered RMNET user), you will be able to access archives and customize your subscription to the listserv.

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Seeking Nominations for RM Division Leadership Roles

The Research Methods Division is looking for volunteers to serve in leadership roles for the division, and we need your help! This year, we are looking for (1) one person for the five-year leadership track, which begins as the Division Program Chair-Elect (also called the PDW Chair), (2) two people for the representative-at-large position (a three-year role), […]

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International Conference and Doctoral Seminar on Research Methods

Background This 4th AOM- RMD conference is a follow-up to the 2004 Lyon conference chaired by Herman Aguinis focused on “Crossing Frontiers in Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods” , the 2007 conference chaired by Mark Gavin on “Innovative Research Methods to Create Valid and Operational Knowledge”, as well as the 2011 conference chaired by Stephanie […]

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Call for Abstracts: Alternative Research Methods, POS Research Conference

One of the topic tracks for the 7th Biennial POS Research Conference (June 23-June 24, 2015) will focus on Alternative Research Methods and may be of interest to RM Division members. The full Call for Abstracts, including submission instructions, is pasted below. Questions specifically about the Alternative Research Methods track can be directed to Andrew Knight (knightap@wustl.edu). *************************************************** […]

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Nominate a student representative to the Research Methods Division

The Research Methods Division is soliciting nominations for two student representatives. Student representatives are non-voting members of the Research Methods Division Executive Board. The intent of having student representatives is to gain assistance with managing RM Division matters, but also to expand the reach of the RM Division to help and represent the interests of […]

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Memorial Service Information for Larry James

August 18, 2014, from Larry Williams Dear members of the Research Methods Division and the Organizational Research Methods and CARMA communities: It is with great sadness that I report the death of our colleague, Lawrence R. (Larry) James.   He passed peacefully early August 14 due to complications from open-heart surgery, in the presence of his wife […]

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Call for Papers: Methods Issues in Governance Research

Brian Boyd is guest editing a special issue focused on methods issues for Corporate Governance: An International Review. A summary from the full Call for Papers is pasted below. You can access further information about this special issue on the CGIR website. Research Methodology in Governance Studies: Challenges and Opportunities Guest Editors: Brian Boyd, Renée Adams, and […]

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RMD Doctoral Consortium

With hosting by CARMA, the Research Methods Division provided an online Doctoral Consortium to contribute to the development of advanced doctoral students. A number of these sessions were recorded and have been archived by CARMA. You can access the following sessions: Clearing the publishing hurdle: Ask the editors (May 7) Crafting a methodological contribution (May 21) Methodology […]

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