Eye-Tracking Methodology in Organizational Research

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Martin Meißner University of the Southern Denmark and Josua Oll of the University of Hamburg. They recently published an article in Organizational Research Methods entitled “The Promise of Eye-Tracking Methodology in Organizational Research: A Taxonomy, Review, and Future Avenues," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. … Continue reading Eye-Tracking Methodology in Organizational Research

Text Mining in Organizational Research

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Stefan Mol, Vladimer B. Kobayashi, Hannah A. Berkers, Gabor Kismihok, and Deanne N. Den Hartog of the University of Amsterdam. They recently published an article in Organizational Research Methods entitled “Text Mining in Organizational Research," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Mol recounts the … Continue reading Text Mining in Organizational Research

Text Classification for Organizational Researchers: A Tutorial

[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Stefan Mol of the University of Amsterdam. Dr. Mol recently published an article in Organizational Research Methods entitled “Text Classification for Organizational Researchers: A Tutorial," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Mol reflects on the inspiration for conducting this research:] What motivated you to … Continue reading Text Classification for Organizational Researchers: A Tutorial

Book Review: Secrecy at Work: The Hidden Architecture of Organizational Life

Jana Costas, Christopher Grey : Secrecy at Work: The Hidden Architecture of Organizational Life. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2016. 202 pp. $27.95, paper. Blake E. Ashforth of Arizona State University Tempe recently contributed a book review in Administrative Science Quarterly. An excerpt from the book review: In their provocative new book, Jana Costas and Christopher Grey … Continue reading Book Review: Secrecy at Work: The Hidden Architecture of Organizational Life

Will Intelligent Machines Take Over Decision Making in Organizations?

[We're pleased to welcome Sukanto Bhattacharya of Deakin University. Sukanto recently published an article in Group & Organization Management with co-authors Ken Parry and Michael Cohen, entitled "Rise of the Machines: A Critical Consideration of Automated Leadership Decision Making in Organizations."] What if it is a machine that provides an organization's vision for the future instead … Continue reading Will Intelligent Machines Take Over Decision Making in Organizations?

Read the Latest Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly!

The September 2016 issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is now published online and can be accessed free for the next 30 days! The September issue includes a 60th anniversary essay from Karl E. Weick of the University of Michigan, addressing the experience of organizational inquiry. The abstract for the essay: Jerry Davis’s (2015) question “What is organizational … Continue reading Read the Latest Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly!

Book Review: Technology Choices: Why Occupations Differ in Their Embrace of New Technology

Diane E. Bailey, Paul M. Leonardi : Technology Choices: Why Occupations Differ in Their Embrace of New Technology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2015. 288 pp.$32.00/£22.95, cloth. Asaf Darr of University of Haifa recently reviewed Technology Choices: Why Occupations Differ in Their Embrace of New Technology in Administrative Science Quarterly. An excerpt from the book review: … Continue reading Book Review: Technology Choices: Why Occupations Differ in Their Embrace of New Technology

An Argument for Compassionate Research Methods

[We are pleased to welcome Hans Hansen of Texas Tech University. Hans recently published an article in Organizational Research Methods, entitled "This is Going to Hurt: Compassionate Research Methods" with co-author Christine Quinn Trank of Vanderbilt University.] Compassionate research hopes to make the world a better place by reducing suffering, but it can also provide … Continue reading An Argument for Compassionate Research Methods

Introducing Journal of Management Inquiry’s New Section: Generative Curiosity!

We are pleased to highlight the introduction of a new section in Journal of Management Inquiry. Dedicated to ideas and curiosity, the new Generative Curiosity section will provide a platform for content that identifies new or ignored facts, phenomenons, patterns, events or other issues of interest. Richard W. Stackman and David R. Hannah elaborate in the latest Editor's … Continue reading Introducing Journal of Management Inquiry’s New Section: Generative Curiosity!

Gareth Morgan On Re-Imagining Images of Organization

As part of the newly published July 2016 issue of Journal of Management Inquiry, in the article entitled "Re-Imagining Images of Organization: A Conversation with Gareth Morgan," authors Cliff Oswick of City University London and David Grant of UNSW Business School converse with Gareth Morgan about the metaphors he presented in his popular book, Images of Organization … Continue reading Gareth Morgan On Re-Imagining Images of Organization