Top Five Articles from Organizational Research Methods

Summer is just around the corner, bringing with it longer days and warmer weather. To celebrate the season, we present a list of most read articles from Organizational Research Methods to add to your summer reading list. "Seeking Qualitative Rigor in Inductive Research: Notes on the Gioia Methodology" by Dennis A. Gioia, Kevin G. Corley, and Aimee … Continue reading Top Five Articles from Organizational Research Methods

Throwback Thursday: What is Organizational Performance?

[Happy #ThrowbackThursday! We're excited to revisit one of our most read posts on Organizational Research Methods's article "Exploring the Dimensions of Organizational Performance: A Construct Validity Study."] Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome P. Maik Hamann, Frank Schiemann, Lucia Bellora, and Thomas W. Guenther, all of Technische Universitat Dresden, whose paper “Exploring the Dimensions … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: What is Organizational Performance?

Common Beliefs and Reality About PLS

[Editor's Note: We're pleased to welcome Dr. Jörg Henseler, who was the corresponding author on the article, "Common Beliefs and Reality About PLS: Comments on Rönkkö and Evermann (2013)" from Organizational Research Methods.] The extent to which an issue is raised by successive generations of researchers and practitioners is a subtle indicator of its importance. … Continue reading Common Beliefs and Reality About PLS

The Problem with Surveys in Research

[Editor's Note: We are pleased to welcome Ben Hardy who collaborated with Lucy R. Ford on their article entitled "It's Not Me, It's You: Miscomprehension in Surveys," available now in the OnlineFirst section of Organizational Research Methods.] ‘When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, ‘it means just what I … Continue reading The Problem with Surveys in Research

Management INK in 2013: Revisiting Research on Organizational Performance

 In the spirit of reflection on 2013, we are pleased to highlight one of the most read articles of the year, "Exploring the Dimensions of Organizational Performance: A Construct Validity Study" published in  Volume 16, Number 1 (January 2013) of Organizational Research Methods. This article discusses findings which reveal that performance dimensions are not what were previously … Continue reading Management INK in 2013: Revisiting Research on Organizational Performance

What is Organizational Performance?

Editor's note: We are pleased to welcome P. Maik Hamann, Frank Schiemann, Lucia Bellora, and Thomas W. Guenther, all of Technische Universitat Dresden, whose paper “Exploring the Dimensions of Organizational Performance: A Construct Validity Study” was published in Volume 16, Number 1 (January 2013) of Organizational Research Methods. The raison d'être of management research is … Continue reading What is Organizational Performance?

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

Quantitative and Qualitative: An Interactive Framework

The quantitative-qualitative debate has been revisited countless times, but a new article in Human Resource Development Review explains that the two approaches have more in common than you might think--and advocates the need for more methodological diversity in social science research. John H. Hitchcock of Ohio Univerty, Athens, and Isadore Newman of Florida International University published … Continue reading Quantitative and Qualitative: An Interactive Framework

Publication Bias in the Organizational Sciences

Meta-analysis has emerged as an important means of gathering cumulative scientific data, but if the results are skewed, it can hinder rather than help knowledge advancement in the field. Dr. Sven Kepes of Virginia Commonwealth University co-authored "Publication Bias in the Organizational Sciences," published on July 31, 2012 in Organizational Research Methods, with George C. … Continue reading Publication Bias in the Organizational Sciences