ORM Best Paper Awards

We are excited to congratulate the following authors for winning the Organizational Research Methods 2017 Best Paper Award. This year two papers tied for Best Paper! Below are the abstracts of each article. Please note that the full articles will be free to read for a limited time. Congratulations Jose M. Cortina of George Mason University, Jennifer … Continue reading ORM Best Paper Awards

Reflections on Academic Research and Writing (Part 2): Ethical Publishing

Publication ethics continues to be an enduring topic touching on a wide range of increasingly complicated issues. For journal editors and publishers, as well as researchers, there are concerns regarding plagiarism, data and citation manipulation, conflicts of interest, and even identifying legitimate publishing sources, among others.  COPE (the Committee on Publication Ethics), of which SAGE, … Continue reading Reflections on Academic Research and Writing (Part 2): Ethical Publishing

Dealing With Outliers in Organizational Science Research

Editor's note: We are pleased to welcome Herman Aguinis, Ryan K. Gottfredson, and Harry Joo, all of Indiana University, whose article "Best-practice Recommendations for Defining, Identifying, and Handling Outliers" is forthcoming in Organizational Research Methods and now available in the journal's OnlineFirst section. Our article was motivated by the need to address the following key … Continue reading Dealing With Outliers in Organizational Science Research