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Six Academic Writing Habits That Boost Productivity

What’s the secret to a productive spell of writing? Chris Smith shares insights gleaned from interviews with a diverse group of academics, from which a number of common academic writing habits stood out. These range from the simple acts of scheduling and setting self-imposed deadlines, to the use of “free-writing” techniques which help authors write their way out of blocks.

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Reflections on Academic Research and Writing (Part 3): International Collaboration Posted on August 24, 2015

This piece was originally posted in Management INK, a blog highlighting top scholarship and catering to academics, researchers and practitioners in the management and business fields. We present it now as part of the #AcWriMo series on MethodSpace. Collaboration is something we’re all familiar with and most of us have taken part in over the course of our careers. With globalization […]

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Publishing and Presenting Academic Writing

November is Academic Writing Month #AcWriMo at Methodspace! The theme of week five is: Publishing and Presenting. In addition to daily posts about ways to publish and present academic writing, we will discuss options and answer questions in a Tweetchat. Join us December 1 at 11 am ET (Global time zones) Log into Twitter and look for […]

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Reflections on Academic Research and Writing (Part 2): Ethical Publishing

This piece was originally posted in Management INK, a blog highlighting top scholarship and catering to academics, researchers and practitioners in the management and business fields. We present it now as part of the #AcWriMo series on MethodSpace. Publication ethics continues to be an enduring topic touching on a wide range of increasingly complicated issues. For journal editors and […]

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Reflections on Academic Research and Writing (Part 1): The Ecstasy and the Agony

This piece was originally posted in Management INK, a blog highlighting top scholarship and catering to academics, researchers and practitioners in the management and business fields. We present it now as part of the #AcWriMo series on MethodSpace. In the June 2015 issue of Administrative Science Quarterly, Editor-in-Chief Gerald F. Davis asks, “What is Organizational Research For?” In his article, […]

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ACWRIMO at Methodspace

Our research comes to fruition when we share our findings. We might hope to advance the scholarship in our fields, uncover new questions, demonstrate the use of emerging methods, or discover something that makes the world a better place—but nothing will be accomplished if we keep what we’ve learned in a file buried on our […]

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