The primary research studies on the science of meetings

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September 21, 2019

The primary research studies on the science of meetings

A scrape of the most highly cited primary studies in the meeting research literature. Web of Science, August 2019 queries.

Evidence
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Studies
ID title
1 Understanding and dealing with organizational survey nonresponse - Introduction
2 Millennials at Work: What We Know and What We Need to Do (If Anything)
3 Nonresponse to mailed surveys: A review and guide
4 Profiling active and passive nonrespondents to an organizational survey.
5 Employee attitude surveys: Examining the attitudes of noncompliant employees
6 Using Internet/intranet web pages to collect organizational research data
7 EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION WITH MEETINGS: A CONTEMPORARY FACET OF JOB SATISFACTION
8 Not another meeting! Are meeting time demands related to employee well-being?
9 Attitudes toward surveys: Development of a measure and its relationship to respondent behavior
10 Gender diversity, team decision quality, time on task, and interpersonal cohesion
11 Meetings and more meetings: The relationship between meeting load and the daily well-being of employees
12 Perceived Meeting Effectiveness: The Role of Design Characteristics
13 Selection in teams: An exploration of the Teamwork Knowledge, Skills, and Ability test
14 The caring-killing paradox: Euthanasia-related strain among animal-shelter workers
15 Meeting Design Characteristics and Attendee Perceptions of Staff/Team Meeting Quality
16 THE STEPLADDER TECHNIQUE - AN ALTERNATIVE GROUP-STRUCTURE FACILITATING EFFECTIVE GROUP DECISION-MAKING
17 Subordinates' resistance and managers' evaluations of subordinates' performance
18 If you treat me right, I reciprocate: Examining the role of exchange in organizational survey - response
19 Impact of euthanasia rates, euthanasia practices, and human resource practices on employee turnover in animal shelters
20 Team autonomy, performance, and member job strain: Uncovering the teamwork KSA link
21 The science and fiction of meetings
22 Euthanasia-related strain and coping strategies in animal shelter employees
23 Moving the Pendulum Back to the Middle: Reflections on and Introduction to the Inductive Research Special Issue of Journal of Business and Psychology
24 Shouldering a silent burden: The toll of dirty tasks
25 Editorial: Evidence on Questionable Research Practices: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
26 Manager-Led Group Meetings A Context for Promoting Employee Engagement
27 Employee Experiences with Volunteers Assessment, Description, Antecedents, and Outcomes
28 Customer service behavior: The interaction of service predisposition and job characteristics
29 Wasted Time and Money in Meetings: Increasing Return on Investment
30 Employees' nonwork obligation and organizational commitments: A new way to look at the relationships
31 What shelters can do about euthanasia-related stress: An examination of recommendations from those on the front line
32 A new look at service climate: its relationship with owner service values in small businesses
33 A Systems-Based Approach to Fostering Robust Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology
34 When is Nothing Something? Editorial for the Null Results Special Issue of Journal of Business and Psychology
35 Leading Group Meetings: Supervisors' Actions, Employee Behaviors, and Upward Perceptions
36 Workplace Helping: Interactive Effects of Personality and Momentary Positive Affect
37 All together now? College students' preferred project group grading procedures
38 Less acting, more doing: How surface acting relates to perceived meeting effectiveness and other employee outcomes
39 Our Scholarly Practices Are Derailing Our Progress: The Importance of Nothing in the Organizational Sciences
40 Survey Nonrespondents as Bad Soldiers: Examining the relationship between organizational citizenship and survey response behavior
41 Using policy capturing to examine tipping decisions
42 Crafting a Successful Manuscript: Lessons from 131 Reviews
43 Since when is no news good news? The relationship between performance and response rates in multirater feedback
44 Routinized killing of animals: Going beyond dirty work and prestige to understand the well-being of slaughterhouse workers
45 Antecedents to supportive supervision: An examination of biographical data
46 Lateness to meetings: Examination of an unexplored temporal phenomenon
47 Turnover in dirty work occupations: A focus on pre-entry individual characteristics
48 Waistlines and Ratings of Executives: Does Executive Status Overcome Obesity Stigma?
49 Using the stepladder technique to facilitate the performance of audioconferencing groups
50 Meetings at Work: Advancing the Theory and Practice of Meetings
51 Perceptions of supervisor support: Resolving paradoxical patterns across gender and race
52 The Characteristics of Quality Scholarly Submissions: Considerations of Author Team Composition and Decision Making
53 Building a business case for developing supportive supervisors
54 The executive mind: leader self-talk, effectiveness and strain
55 Journal of Business and Psychology: A New Direction
56 Answers to 18 Questions About Open Science Practices
57 The critical importance of meetings to leader and organizational success: Evidence-based insights and implications for key stakeholders
58 Meetings at work: Perceived effectiveness and recommended improvements
59 An Inductive Exploration of Manuscript Quality and Publication Success in Small Research Teams
60 Emotional expressive writing to alleviate euthanasia-related stress
61 A DAILY DIARY STUDY OF GOAL STRIVING: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GOAL DISTANCE, GOAL VELOCITY, AFFECT, EXPECTANCIES, AND EFFORT
62 WHY YOUR MEETINGS STINK-AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT Strategies for engagement
63 Let's get this meeting started: Meeting lateness and actual meeting outcomes
64 From Outcome to Process Focus: Fostering a More Robust Psychological Science Through Registered Reports and Results-Blind Reviewing
65 Autonomy as a key resource for women in low gender egalitarian countries: A cross-cultural examination
66 Results-blind review: a masked crusader for science
67 On Leading Meetings: Linking Meeting Outcomes to Leadership Styles
68 A View Into the Future of Organizational Psychology: Our Experiences With an Interdisciplinary Approach to Graduate Education
69 CONTEMPORARY PHYSICAL WORKSPACES: A REVIEW OF CURRENT RESEARCH, TRENDS, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY INQUIRY
70 Disagreement in leader-follower dyadic exchanges: Shared relationship satisfaction and investment as antecedents
71 Faking It for the Higher-Ups: Status and Surface Acting in Workplace Meetings
72 Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Doctoral Education: A Case Study
73 Yet similar to A Brief School-Based Program for Fourth Graders
74 Including Science Advocacy in Industrial-Organizational Curriculum
75 Millennials at Work: What We Know and What We Need to Do (If Anything) (vol 25, pg 191, 2010)
76 How to conduct organizational surveys: A step-by-step guide - Edwards,JE, Thomas,MD, Rosenfeld,P, BoothKewley,S
77 StatMost 3.0 for Windows: Statistical analysis and graphics.
78 Do We Really Need Another Meeting? The Science of Workplace Meetings

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