How Perceived Control Motivates the Individualization of Work–Life Conflict

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Alison T. Wynn of Stanford University and Aliya Hamid Rao of Singapore Management University. They recently published an article in the ILR Review entitled “Failures of Flexibility: How Perceived Control Motivates the Individualization of Work–Life Conflict,” which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they recount the motivations for … Continue reading How Perceived Control Motivates the Individualization of Work–Life Conflict

Most Cited Articles 2009-2010

One of the most cited articles in 2009 and 2010 in Management & Organization Studies is from Organizational Research Methods. Herman Aguinis, Charles A. Pierce, Frank A. Bosco and Ivan S. Muslin published "First Decade of Organizational Research Methods: Trends in Design, Measurement, and Data-Analysis Topics" in the January 2009 issue. The abstract: The authors … Continue reading Most Cited Articles 2009-2010

ORM Call for Papers: Research Design

Organizational Research Methods (ORM) is calling for papers that address contemporary research design issues within the organizational sciences. A few topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following questions: * How can social media be used in the design of organizational research? * How can different qualitative approaches be used in combination … Continue reading ORM Call for Papers: Research Design

Retelling Tales of the Field

"Retelling Tales of the Field: In Search of Organizational ethnography 20 Years On" currently appears as one of the most frequently cited articles in Organizational Research Methods, based on citations to online articles from HighWire-hosted articles. Written by Ann L. Cunliffe, the University of New Mexico, the article was published in April 2010. Professor Cunliffe graciously … Continue reading Retelling Tales of the Field