[We’re pleased to welcome John E. Mathieu of the University of Connecticut, Margaret M. Luciano Arizona State University, Lauren D’Innocenzo of Drexel University, Elizabeth A. Klock of the University of Connecticut, Jeffery A. LePine of Arizona State University. They recently published an article in Organizational Research Methods entitled, "The Development and Construct Validity of a Team … Continue reading Is Your Team Functioning Well?
[We’re pleased to welcome authors Ryan P. Fuller of California State University, Sacramento, Robert R. Ulmer of the University of Nevada, Ashley McNatt of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and Jeanette B. Ruiz of the University of California, Davis. They recently published an article in the Management Communication Quarterly entitled "Extending Discourse of … Continue reading Readiness for Renewal
[We're pleased to welcome Amy DuVernet who was the corresponding author on the article "General Mental Ability as a Source of Differential Functioning in Personality Scales" from Organizational Research Methods.] Individuals vary on a number of characteristics. Our ability to accurately measure their standings on those characteristics is pivotal to our understanding of individual differences … Continue reading Does Mental Ability Affect Question Interpretation on Personality Tests?
Part Four: How Meaningful Is Your Work? In the Ken Blanchard definition of work passion that we highlighted in Part One, "meaningful work" is the first of the eight factors responsible for driving passion. Today we bring you a Group & Organization Management article that presents a scale for measuring meaningful work, also explaining its … Continue reading A Passion for Work: Part 4 of 5