3/7/13             Getting Published:             From a Writer’s Point of View              Regina A. Greenwood          ...
3/7/13          Getting Published!   The Basics   !   Explain what you are doing   !   Explain why the research is signifi...
3/7/13          Getting Published!   Match the type of research with how the   material is presented   !   The underlying ...
3/7/13          Getting Published!   Devote time to the production, not only the   content   !   Spelling   !   Formatting...
3/7/13         Getting Published!   Develop Hypotheses        Early Career Advice       Theory            One          Mul...
3/7/13           Sources for HelpQualitative Research   Pratt, Michael. (2009). For the lack of a   boilerplate: Tips on w...
3/7/13               Sources for Help!   Emerald – For Authors!   http://info.emeraldinsight.com/authors/    index.htm    ...
3/7/13                       Sources for Help         !   Cummings, L. L., & Frost, P. J. (Eds.). 1995. Publishing        ...
3/7/13                                GCERG                                                        Arnel Onesimo O. Uy    ...
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  1. 1. 3/7/13 Getting Published: From a Writer’s Point of View Regina A. Greenwood Nova Southeastern University Getting Published!   The Basics!   Know the outlet!   Match the type of research with how the material is presented!   Use a boilerplate whenever possible!   Devote time to the production, not only the content!   Have your own editor!   Develop Hypotheses!   Do what you say you will do and do it fast 1
  2. 2. 3/7/13 Getting Published!   The Basics !   Explain what you are doing !   Explain why the research is significant !   Do what you say you will do !   Make it easy on the reader !   Don’t let the methodology overwhelm the story !   What comes next Getting Published!   Know the outlet (journal) Domain statement Guidelines Citation Style Read other articles in the journal 2
  3. 3. 3/7/13 Getting Published!   Match the type of research with how the material is presented !   The underlying principle is always: LOGIC !   Whenever possible: TELL A STORY !   Never a conclusion (Concluding Remarks?) !   Always limitations !   Always further research – what next? Getting Published!   Use a boilerplate whenever possible“A “boilerplate” refers to standardized language and ….an accepted template” (Pratt, 2009:856 ) 3
  4. 4. 3/7/13 Getting Published!   Devote time to the production, not only the content !   Spelling !   Formatting !   Citation Style Make it looks like it belongs in the journal! Getting Published!   Have your own editor 4
  5. 5. 3/7/13 Getting Published!   Develop Hypotheses Early Career Advice Theory One Multiple Sample Dissertation High Potential One High Potential “Land of Multiple Confusion” 5
  6. 6. 3/7/13 Sources for HelpQualitative Research Pratt, Michael. (2009). For the lack of a boilerplate: Tips on writing up (and reviewing) qualitative research. Academy of Management Journal, 52(5), 856-862. Sources for HelpManagement History Research Van Fleet, David. (2008).Doing management history: One editor’s views. Journal of Management History, 14(3), 237-247. 6
  7. 7. 3/7/13 Sources for Help!   Emerald – For Authors! http://info.emeraldinsight.com/authors/ index.htm !   Writing for Emerald !   Editing Services !   Editor Interviews !   Insider’s Guide to Getting Published !   “How to…” Guides Sources for Help!   Sage!   Elsevier 7
  8. 8. 3/7/13 Sources for Help !   Cummings, L. L., & Frost, P. J. (Eds.). 1995. Publishing in the Organizational Sciences. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. !   Huff, A. S. 1999. Writing for Scholarly Publication. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. !   Zanna, M. P., & Darley, J. M. (Eds.). 1987. The Compleat Academic. New York: Random House. Getting Published!   Hints: !   Look for Calls for Papers !   Take advantage of ties between conferences and publication outlets !   Take advantage of feedback !   Create your presentation before submitting the paper. !   One-on-One editorial advice (AIB, SMA, AOM) !   Build a network of fellow researchers 8
  9. 9. 3/7/13 GCERG Arnel Onesimo O. Uy De La Salle UniversityBy: Global Culture and PhilippinesEntrepreneurship Edward F. Murphy, Jr.Research Group Embry Riddle Aeronautical(GCERG) University Miguel R. Olivas-ujan Tec de Monterrey Sergio Madero Tec de Monterrey Jaime Ruiz-Gutierrez Silvia Ines Monserrat Lluna University of Los Andes, Universidad Nacional Colombia del CentroSilvia Regina A. Greenwood Dora M. Luk Nova Southeastern City University of Paraskevi T. Christoforou University Hong Kong, China City University of William Teeple Hong Kong, China Bahaudin Mujtaba Embry Riddle Nova Southeastern Shaista E. Khilji Aeronautical Univ. University George Washington Mark Woodhull University Schreiner University Neusa Maris Bastos Santos Sankalp Chaturvedi Terrell G. Manyak Pontificia University Imperial College, Julia Teahen Nova Southeastern Catholica de Sao London Baker College University Paulo Questions? 9

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