Restricted Variance Interaction Effects

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Jose Cortina of Virginia Commonwealth University,  Tine Koehler of the University of Melbourne, Kathleen R. Keeler of Virginia Commonwealth University, and Bo Bernhard Nielsen of the University of Sydney and Copenhagen Business School. They recently published an article in Journal of Management entitled “Restricted Variance Interaction Effects: What they are and why … Continue reading Restricted Variance Interaction Effects

How are Research Methods Taught?

[This blog post was originally posted on the SAGE Connection - Insight blog. To read the original blog post and find more content from SAGE Connection - Insight, click here.] How can librarians better support faculty who teach research methods? What materials do students look for in their libraries? Sharlene Hesse-Biber, a celebrated research methods … Continue reading How are Research Methods Taught?

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

Seeking Serendipitous Scholarly Discoveries: SAGE Recommends

Research is a fickle process--at times, carefully planned searches and methodical approaches yield a bounty of relevant information, and other times, it seems there is no information to be found. Many times, when research plateaus, the best thing to revive research is a serendipitous discovery. But how exactly can serendipity be applied to research when … Continue reading Seeking Serendipitous Scholarly Discoveries: SAGE Recommends

New Podcast: Tyge Payne on Empirics in Family Business Research

In the latest podcast from Family Business Review, assistant editor Karen Vinton speaks with Tyge Payne of Texas Tech University about the article published in Family Business Review, "Empirics in Family Business Research: Progress, Challenges, and the Path Ahead," co-authored with Robert E. Evert, John A. Martin,  and Michael S. McLeod. You can find the podcast on … Continue reading New Podcast: Tyge Payne on Empirics in Family Business Research

William H. Starbuck on How Journals Can Improve Research Practices in Social Sciences

This year marks the 60th Anniversary of Administrative Science Quarterly, presenting an opportunity to not only celebrate the success of the journal and anticipate the promise of what the future holds, but also an opportunity to reflect on areas where the editorial process could be improved. In his essay, "60th Anniversary Essay: How Journals Could Improve … Continue reading William H. Starbuck on How Journals Can Improve Research Practices in Social Sciences

How Can Mental Models Illuminate Decision-Making and Learning Processes?

[We're pleased to welcome Robin Grenier of the University of Connecticut. Dr. Grenier recently published an article with Dr. Dana Dudzinska-Przesmitzki in the Human Resource Development Review entitled "A Conceptual Model for Eliciting Mental Models Using a Composite Methodology."] In the Adult Learning Program in the University of Connecticut's Neag School of Education, we are interested in studying how mental … Continue reading How Can Mental Models Illuminate Decision-Making and Learning Processes?

Robert E. Evert on Empirics in Family Business Research

[We're pleased to welcome Robert E. Evert of Texas Tech University. Dr. Evert recently published an article in Family Business Review with John A. Martin, Michael S. McLeod and G. Tyge Payne entitled “Empirics in Family Business Research: Progress, Challenges, and the Path Ahead.” What inspired you to be interested in this topic? My colleagues … Continue reading Robert E. Evert on Empirics in Family Business Research

Listen to the Latest Podcast from Journal of Management!

In the latest podcast from Journal of Management, Fred Oswald, Associate Editor of Journal of Management interviews Gerd Gigerenzer about his article co-authored with Julian N. Marewski entitled "Surrogate Science: The Idol of a Universal Method for Scientific Inference." The article appeared in Journal of Management's Special Issue Bayesian Probability and Statistics in Management Research. You … Continue reading Listen to the Latest Podcast from Journal of Management!

Free Access to SAGE Online Content through 31 Oct!

SAGE is proud to offer free access to our highly advanced online research tools and resources, including SAGE Journals, SAGE Research Methods, SAGE Knowledge and selected CQPress products. Designed to offer extensive research features, comprehensive access to robust scholarly content, and customization tools that allow researchers to refine and focus their research, these must-have tools are … Continue reading Free Access to SAGE Online Content through 31 Oct!