Author Archives: Luke N. Hedden

ASQ Blog Virtual Research Discussion: Publishing Micro and Meso Research in ASQ

ASQ publishes important and rigorous research in the field of organization studies. This mission includes qualitative and quantitative “micro” research at the individual level of analysis and “meso” research that crosses levels of analyses such as the organization, the team, and the individual. The organizers of the ASQ Blog are pleased to invite you to […]

Sawyer & Clair (2022) – Hope Cultures in Organizations: Tackling the Grand Challenge of Commercial Sex Exploitation

Authors:
Katina Sawyer – University of Arizona, Eller College of Management
Judy Clair – Boston College, Carroll School of Management

Interviewers: :
Chelsea Lei – Boston College, Carroll School of Management
Arrow Minster – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management


Munir, Ansari, and Brown (2021) From Patañjali to the “Gospel of Sweat”: Yoga’s Remarkable Transformation from a Sacred Movement into a Thriving Global Market

Authors
Kamal Munir – University of Cambridge
Shahzad (Shaz) Ansari – University of Cambridge
Deborah Brown – University of Cambridge

Interviewers:
Hamza Khan – Boston College
Rohin Borpujari – London Business School

[Video Recording Available] ASQ Blog Virtual Research Discussion: Publishing a Dissertation in a Top-Tier Journal

You can click here to view a recording of this session! Dissertations are the capstones of our academic training. They often represent our first contributions to the field, our favorite ideas, and years of effort. However, finished dissertations also vary in their format and style, making the path to publishing them unclear. Moreover, translating dissertations […]

[Video Recording Available] ASQ Blog Virtual Research Discussion: Writing (And Re-Writing) A Draft

You can click here to view the video recording of this event. You can click here to view supplemental materials on (1) writing inductive, qualitative papers and (2) tips for coauthoring from Daisy Chung. We communicate our research through our writing. Even research that has been carefully planned and skillfully executed cannot advance theory or […]

Caza, Moss, & Vough (2018). From Synchronizing to Harmonizing: The Process of Authenticating Multiple Work Identities

Author
Brianna Caza – UNC Greensboro
Sherry Moss – Wake Forest University
Heather Vough – George Mason University

Interviewers:
Jacob Brown – Boston College
Kyle Dobson – UT Austin

Jiang (2021). Sustaining Meaningful Work in a Crisis: Adopting and Conveying a Situational Purpose

Author:
Winnie Jiang – INSEAD

Interviewers:
Elizabeth Hood – Boston College, Carroll School of Management
Luke Hedden – Boston College, Carroll School of Management

[Video Recording Available] ASQ Blog Virtual Research Discussion: First Steps of the Research Journey

You can access the video recording of this event here. —- The organizers of The ASQ Blog are excited to invite you to the first in a series of virtual discussions on the road to journal publication. Our first virtual discussion will address the “first steps” of the research journey. We are thrilled to be joined […]