Books and Book Chapters
Bartunek, J.M., & Trullen, J. 2007. The virtue of prudence. In E. Kessler & J.R. Bailey, (Eds.), Handbook of Organizational and Managerial Wisdom (pp. 91-108). Thousand Oaks: Sage
Glynn, M.A. & Jamerson, H. 2006. Principled Leadership: A Framework for Action. In Hess, E. & Cameron, K. (Eds.). Leading with Values: Values, Virtues & High Performance, pp 151-171. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Glynn, M.A. 2005. Maestro or Manager? Examining the Role of the Music Director in a Symphony Orchestra. In Lampel, J., Shamsie, J. & Lant, T. (Eds.) The Business of Culture: Strategic Perspectives on Entertainment and Media. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Cameron, K. and Lavine, M. 2006. Making the Impossible Possible, Leading Extraordinary Performance: The Rocky Flats Story. San Francisco, CA: Berett-Koehler Publishers.
Mayo, A.P., Nitin, N., and Singleton, L.G. 2006. Paths to Power: How Insiders and Outsiders Shaped American Business Leadership. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press.
Battilana, J., Gilmartin, M., Sengul, M., Pache, A., and Alexander, J., Forthcoming (2008). Leadership Competencies for Implementing Planned Organizational Change. Leadership Quarterly.
Glynn, M.A. & Dowd, T. 2008. Charisma (Un)Bound: Emotive Leadership in Martha Stewart Living Magazine, 1990-2004. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 44: 71-93.
Glynn, M.A., & Walsh, I. Forthcoming (2008). The Way We Were: Leadership and Legacy in Organizations. Corporate Reputation Review.
Marquis, C., Glynn, M.A. & Davis, G.F., 2007. Community Isomorphism and Corporate Social Action. Academy of Management Review, 32 (3): 925-945.
Bies, R. J., Bartunek, J. M., Fort, T. L., & Zald, M. N. 2007. Corporations as Social Change Agents: Individual, Interpersonal, Institutional, and Environmental Dynamics. Academy of Management Review, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 788-793.
Bartunek, J. M., Rousseau, D. M., Rudolph, J., & DePalma, J. A. 2006. On the receiving end: Sensemaking, emotion, and assessments of an organizational change initiated by others. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 42, 182 – 206.
Clair, J.A. & Dufresne, R. Changing poison into medicine: How companies can experience positive transformation from a crisis. Organizational Dynamics.
Gordon, J.R., Whelan-Berry, K.S., & Hamilton, E.H. The relationship among work-family conflict and enhancement, organizational work-family culture, and work outcomes for older working women. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.
Hamilton, E., Gordon, J.R., & Whelan-Berry, K.S. 2006. Understanding the work-life conflict of never-married women without children. Women in Management Review, 21(5): 393-415. Selected as a Highly Commended Winner at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence.
Jones, C. & Dunn, M. Careers and institutions: The centrality of careers in organization theory. In H.P. Gunz & M.A. Pieperl (Editors), Handbook of Career Studies. Oxford University Press.
Nielsen, R. 2006. In Search of Organizational Virtue: Moral Agency in Organizations. Organization Studies Special Issue. Editor, March.
Nielsen, R. & Dufresne, R. 2005. Can Ethical Organizational Character Be Stimulated and Enabled?: Upbuilding Dialog As Crisis Management Method. Journal of Business Ethics.
2009 Academy of Management Meetings, Chicago, IL, August 7-11 (Website)
Papers and Symposia
"Corporate Social Responsibility from the Ground Up: Cultivating an Employee-Centered Perspective" (Erica Steckler, Chair, Ryan Raffaelli and Marc Lavine, Organizers).
"Managerial Work in Modern Organizational Contexts: New Work or New Challenges?" (Michael Pratt, Participant).
"International Advances in Techniques and Methods of Academic-Practicioner Collaborative Research" (Jean Bartunek, Presenter).
"Greening Matters: Shaping and Sustaining a New Vision of the Future" (Sandra Waddock, Coordinator and Speaker).
"Private Equity-LBO Finance Capitalism as a Key Cause of the Financial Crisis and Potential Reforms (Richard Nielsen, Presenter, part of the symposium "Going Private: Antecedents and Implications for PTP Firms and the Market-Based Society").
"The Burden of Identity: How the Relational Content of the Identity Narrative Shifts" (Mary Ann Glynn and Mamta Bhatt, Presenters, part of the symposium "The Interplay Between Organizational Identity and Relationships With and Within Organizations").
"Women Helping Women? Think Again: Relational Aggression Among Women in the Workplace" (Judith Clair and Beth Humberd, part of the symposium "Aggresion and Abuse in the Workplace").
"Responding to Allegations of Corporate Wrongdoing" (Candace Jones, Discussant).
"Introduction to Ego Network Analysis" (Dan Halgin and Rich DeJordy, Presenters).
"Explaining Post-Death Organizing: The Role of Organizational Identification" (Ian Walsh, author, part of symposium "Managing Identity Concerns").
2008 Academy of Management Meetings, Anaheim, CA, August 8-13 (Website)
Papers and Symposia
"The Partial Importance of Academic-Practicioner Collaboration (Jean Bartunek, Author, presented as part of symposium "Is Collaborative Research Useful?")
"Perfect Storm: A Cross-Level Study of Transformational Leadership During Scandal-Exacerbated Decline"(Richard Cotton and William Stevenson, Authors, presented as part of symposium "Organizational Change and Transformation")
"The Role of Leaders in Crafting Legacy Organizational Identities"(Ian Walsh, Author, part of symposium "Bouncing Back from Negative Events: Individual, Interpersonal and Organizational Experiences," Judith Clair and Jamie Ladge, Co-Organizers and Presenters)
"The Cultural Web of Entrepreneurship: Relational Identity in Martha Stewart Living 1990-2004" (Mary Ann Glynn and Mamta Bhatt, Authors, presented as part of A Showcase Symposium entitled "Cultural Approaches to the Study of Entrepreneurship")
"The Questions We Don't Ask: Limitations and Lessons from Institutional Theory"(An All-Academy Symposium, Rich DeJordy, Chair, Mary Ann Glynn, Discussant)
"Perceived Values Congruence and Employee Support for Organizational Change" (Judith Gordon, Author, presented as part of symposium "Culture, Climate and Values")
"Family and Career Path Characteristics as Predictors of Women's Career Success Outcomes" (Monique Valcour and Jamie Lagde, Authors, presented as part of symposium "Career Success, Transitions and Restructuring Issues")
"Implementing the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) - The Questions We Have Not Asked (Yet)" (Sandra Waddock, Organizer)
"Two New Calls for Faculty to Improve Ethical & Moral Conduct of Graduates: Views Inside & Out" (Sandra Waddock, Participant)
"All in the Family: Network Ties as Determinants of Reputation and Identity in NCAA Basketball" (Winner of MOC Best Student Paper Award, Daniel Halgin, Author, part of symposium "Cognition and Network Research")
"A Necessary Impediment? The Role of Interest in Institutional Entrepreneurship" (Laura Singleton, Author, presented as part of symposium "Institutional Theory & Underlying Processes")
"Relational Identity at the Boundaries: A Qualitative Study" (Mary Ann Glynn and Mamta Bhatt, Co-Authors and Presenters, part of symposium "Who Am I? Who Are You? Who Are We?: Relationships, Identity, and Work")
"The Improvisational Leader: A Model for the Ability to Improvise and Lead"(Bary Armandi Award for Best Student Paper in Management Education Research, Lakshmi Balachandra, Author, part of symposium "Questions on Learning to Lead")
"Bein' Green: The Emergence of a Corporate Environmentalism Macroculture"(Erica Steckler, Author, part of symposium "The Environment as Stakeholder")
"A Longitudinal Study of Corporate Responsibility and Risk-Adjusted Return to Stockholders" (Samuel Graves, Sandra Waddock and Jegoo Lee, Authors, part of symposium "The Financial Performance/Social Performance Connection")
2007 Academy of Management Meetings, Philadelphia PA, August 3-8 (Website)
Professional Development Workshops
Identity and Leadership (Mary Ann Glynn, Presenter)
What “Good” is Leadership? (Jane Dutton & Mary Ann Glynn, Co-Organizers)
“Teaching Leadership” (Bill Torbert, Presenter)
Refereed Scholarly Program: Papers and Symposia
Leadership in Institutions: Paradox or Prerequisite (A Showcase Symposium) (Rich DeJordy & Mary Ann Glynn, Co-Organizers and Presenters)
“Leadership After the Scandal: Doing Good or Bad After Doing Bad” (Jean Bartunek, Chair, William Stevenson, Presenter, Richard Cotton, Presenter)
“Good Mourning: Positive Organizing Following Experiences of Death in Organizational Life” (Ian J. Walsh, Marc H. Lavine, Presenters)
"From Leadership to Leadership Culture: How to Generate and Institutionalize Double-Loop Learning” (Bill Torbert, Presenter),
“Rebounding from a Loss: Network Composition and the Subsequent Career Moves of Ousted Leaders” (Daniel Halgin, Presenter)
Glynn, M.A. “The Burden of Leadership: Being Martha Stewart”