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Organizational Frontiers Series Committee Goals 2007-2008

Submitted by Robert Pritchard, Chair
August 10, 2007
Goals
Status
1. Develop a single set of materials describing the Frontiers Series that could be sent to prospective volume editors. These materials will include the goals of the series, its history, the process from initial proposal to final printed volume, and give examples of how to develop proposals.
Completed.
2. Continue the development of ongoing Frontiers volumes.
Ongoing, see below.
3. Develop new Frontiers volumes.
Ongoing, see below.
4. Continue the practice of emailing announcements of new Frontiers volumes to SIOP members, as approved by the Executive Committee. 
Done for recently published volumes.
 
1. Recently Published:
Jeff A. Weekley & Robert E. Ployhart, 2006
The Psychology Of Entrepreneurship edited by J. Robert Baum, Michael Frese, & Robert A. Baron, 2007
Perspectives On Person-Organization Fit edited by Cheri Ostroff & Timothy Judge, 2007
 
2. In press at Erlbaum:
The Psychology of Conflict and Conflict Management in Organizations edited by Carsten K.W. De Dreu and Michele J. Gelfand, 2007
 
3. Volumes Under Contract
Learning, Training, and Development in Organizations, edited by Steve W. J. Kozlowski and Eduardo Salas
 
Work Motivation, edited by Ruth Kanfer, Gilad Chen, and Robert Pritchard
 
Team Effectiveness in Complex Organizations and Systems: Cross-disciplinary perspectives, edited by Eduardo Salas, Jay Goodwin, & C. Shawn Burke
 
Commitment in Organizations: Accumulated Wisdom and New Directions
Howard J. Klein, Thomas E. Becker, and John P. Meyer, Editors
Adverse Impact, James L. Outtz, Editor
 
4. Approved by Board, Contract in Process
 
 
5.  Under Review by Board
Errors in Organizations, Hofmann and Frese
 
Managerial Behavior and Employee Health: Sickness and Wellness, Jerald Greenberg and Aino Salimäki, Editors
 
Approximately every 5 years, the Frontiers Board meets to develop ideas for new volumes. Such a meeting was held this year.  A number of ideas were approved as possible Frontiers volumes. Members of the Board are currently working to identify editors for these volumes.
 
Overall, things are going fine with no significant problems.