This chapter devotes to the development of one analytic OMB framework that integrates our understanding and exploration of the antecedents and manifestations of intentional misconduct so prevalently exhibited by organization members. First, it discusses the current need for such a framework. Then it describes the initial Vardi and Wiener motivational OMB model, and finally it concludes by offering a general framework for OMB. Several attempts to systematize the treatment of phenomena related to OMB have been reported in the academic literature. The process of engagement in OMB by organizational stakeholders can be summarized as follows. The definition of OMB implies three important and distinct features that are useful for constructing an integrative model of misbehavior. In general, OMB may range from a low degree of misbehavior, such as minor workplace incivility, to a high degree of misbehavior, such as the murder of coworkers, and the measurement may take two forms: Behavioral and attitudinal.