Measure: Work Ethic

Work Ethic

Miller, M. J., Woehr, D.J., & Hudspeth, N.   (2002).  The meaning and measurement of work ethic: Construction and Initial Validation of a Multidimensional Inventory. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 60, 451- 489.

Meriac, J. P., Woehr, D. J., Gorman, C. A., & Thomas, A. (2013). Development and Validation of a Short Form for the Multidimensional Work Ethic Profile.  Journal of Vocational Behavior, 82, 155-164.

2016 Research Methods Doctoral Student and Early Career Faculty Consortium

Invitation to Participate

Research Methods Division 2016 Doctoral Student and Early Career Faculty Consortium

With support from Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and 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.


June 1 (3:30-4:30 PM EST) Orientation
June 8 (3:30-5:00 PM EST) Getting access to data-innovative ideas about how to get data
June 15 (3:30-5:00 PM EST) Hints and tips for managing large research projects/dissertation
June 22
(2:00-2:50 PM EST)
(3:00-3:50 PM EST)
(4:00-4:50 PM EST)
Hot Topics
Micro-quantitative topic: Best vs. Actual Practices
Qualitative topic: Qualitative comparative analysis
Macro-quantitative topic: Endogeneity
June 29 (3:30-5:00 PM EST) Responding to reviewers
August (Time TBD) Consortium reception at AOM

Panelists:  Larry Williams, Jeff Edwards, James LeBreton, Hettie Richardson, Kris Byron, Mike Mannor, Talya Bauer, Tim Quigley, Ernest O’Boyle, Aaron Hill, Michael Withers, and many more!

Key Benefits: (1) Opportunity to learn from and interact with leading scholars and methodologists; (2) all sessions (except the consortium reception) occur outside of the AOM conference time frame; (3) online participation; and (4) no rule limiting the number of participants per school for this consortium (e.g., we may accept multiple doctoral students and faculty members from the same program).

Who Can Apply? Anyone interested in research methodology can apply, especially (1) doctoral students seeking deepening expertise in research methodology; and (2) junior faculty seeking professional development. All participants will require a computer and a good Internet connection.

Do I Need to Be a Methods Researcher to Participate? No! The consortium is open to researchers of all areas who wish to strengthen and develop their methodological skills.

Do I Need to Be a Member of the Research Methods Division to Participate? Yes. If you are not currently a member of the RM Division, you can pledge to join the RM Division when you next renew your Academy of Management Membership. You can either change your two divisions to include RMD or you can add an additional division membership for only $11. Information on adding a division can be found at this link.

How to Apply? Use the following link to complete the application process by April 17, 2016:

Link to Application System

During the application process, you will be asked to upload your CV and a short bio (less than one page) that includes any specific interests in research methods. If the above link does not work for you, you can email your application materials to Kris Byron ( by April 17, 2016.

Consortium Coordinator – Kris Byron
Macro Track Chair – Craig Crossland
Micro Track Chair – Jose Cortina
Qualitative Track Chair – Karen Jansen
CARMA – Larry Williams
Student Representatives: Kyle Bradley, Jonathan Keeney, Yihao Liu

2016 Research Methods Division Awards

The Research Methods Division of the Academy of Management is asking for nominations for three awards:

  • 2016 Sage Publications/RMD Distinguished Career Award
  • 2016 Sage Publications/RMD/CARMA Early Career Achievement Award
  • 2016 Sage Publications/Robert McDonald Advancement of Organizational Research Methodology Award.

For consideration, nominations must be received by March 16, 2016. Please consider nominating individuals in our field you believe should be recognized for their contributions.

Full information about how to nominate someone is available for download here. And, you can view prior award winners here.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Awards Committee Chair, Andreas Schwab (


Construct: – Voice
Reference: – Van Dyne, L., & LePine, J. A. 1998. Helping and voice extra-role behaviors: Evidence of construct and predictive validity. Academy of Management Journal, 41(1): 108-119.
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Construct: – Promotive and Prohibitive Voice
Reference: – Liang, J., C. Farh, C. I., & Farh, J.-L. 2012. Psychological antecedents of promotive and prohibitive voice: A two-wave examination. Academy of Management Journal, 55(1): 71-92.
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