Below is the table of contents for the October issue of Group & Organization Management; which concerns a Special Section on GOMusings by Kevin S. Cruz, Thomas J. Zagenczyk, and Yannick Griep. Moreover, this issue also includes a series of traditional papers, a brief editorial by Yannick Griep to introduce GOM's 2021 Best Paper Awards, and-very importantly-a retraction notice for the following paper: Shen, J., Dumont, J., & Deng, X. (2018). Employees' Perceptions of Green HRM and Non-Green Employee Work Outcomes: The Social Identity and Stakeholder Perspectives. Group & Organization Management, 43(4), 594–622. https://doi.org/10.1177/1059601116664610
(Re)introducing a New Section Generally and a Special Section in This Issue Specifically: GOMusings
Kevin S. Cruz, Thomas J. Zagenczyk, and Yannick Griep
Musing about Interdisciplinary Research: Is Interdisciplinary Research Amusing or Bemusing?
Jeremy D. Mackey, and Charn P. McAllister
Archival Data Sets Should not be a Secondary (or Even Last) Choice in Micro-Organizational Research
Stacey R. Kessler, and Mindy K. Shoss
Are You Asking the Correct Person (Hint: Oftentimes You are Not!)? Stop Worrying About Unfounded Common Method Bias Arguments and Start Using My Guide to Make Better Decisions of When to Use Self- and Other-Reports
Kevin S. Cruz
Generations, We Hardly Knew Ye: An Obituary
Cort W. Rudolph, and Hannes Zacher
Good Soldiers versus Organizational Wives: Does Anyone (Besides Us) Care that Organizational Citizenship Behavior Scales Are Gendered and Mostly Measure Men's-but Not Women's-Citizenship Behavior?
Diane Bergeron, and Kylie Rochford
The Word on the Street: Science Is Not Advocacy, but Publishing Research Is
Darryl B. Rice
Navigating Depression at Work: Identity Management Strategies Along the Disclosure Continuum
Kayla B. Follmer, and Kisha S. Jones
Humble Leader Behavior and Its Effects on Performance at the Team and Individual Level: A Multi-Perspective Study
Shengming Liu, Xin Lucy Liu, Hui Wang, and Ying Wang
Informal Hierarchy Strength Changes and Their Effect on Performance
Karoline Evans, and Bret Sanner
Riddle Me This: What Does the COVID-19 Crisis, Helping Behavior, Temporality, Work Interruptions, and the Gig Economy Have in Common? They Are GOM's 2021 Best Papers!
This retraction notice concerns the following manuscript which is watermarked as retracted: Shen, J., Dumont, J., & Deng, X. (2018). Employees' Perceptions of Green HRM and Non-Green Employee Work Outcomes: The Social Identity and Stakeholder Perspectives. Group & Organization Management, 43(4), 594–622. https://doi.org/10.1177/1059601116664610