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Research Projects


Elstak, M., van Riel, C., Bhatt, M. (PhD 2011), Pratt, M.G. & Berens, G., 2015. Organizational Identification during Change: The Role of Self-Enhancement and Uncertainty Reduction Motives, Journal of Management Studies, 51(1): 32-62

Giorgi, S., Lockwood, C. & Glynn, M.A. 2015. The Many Faces of Culture: Making Sense of 30 years of Research on Culture in Organization Studies.  Academy of Management Annals, 9: 1, 1-54.

Raffaelli, R. & Glynn, M.A. 2015. What’s So Institutional about Leadership? Theorizing Mechanisms of Value Infusion.  In Institutions and Ideals: Philip Selznick’s Legacy for Organization Studies, vol. 44, in Kraatz, M. (Ed.), Research in the Sociology of Organizations. Emerald Group Publishing. 

Rockmann, K. & Pratt, M.G. 2015. Contagious offsite work and the lonely office?: The Unintended Consequences of Distributed Work.  Academy of Management Discoveries, 1: 150-164.  This has been picked up the New York Times, Boston Globe, Time, and Sloan Management Review (among others).

Spinello, R. 2016. "The Right to Privacy in the Age of Digital Technology,” in Privacy in a Digital Networked World eds. Sherali Zeadally and Mohamad Badra (London: Springer, 2016), pp. 291-312.

Spinello, R. 2015.  “John Paul II’s Social and Political Doctrine: Lessons for Contemporary Poland.” The Polish Review, 2015, vol. 60, no. 4, pp. 81-98.

Waddock, S. 2015. Reflections:  Intellectual Shamans, Sensemaking, and Memes in Large System Change.  Journal of Change Management, 2015, 15(4): 259-273.  Link:

The Complexity of Wicked Problems in Large System Change. Sandra Waddock, Domenico Dentoni, Greta Meszoely, Steve Waddell. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 28(6): 993-1012.

Waddock, S. 2015. Stewardship of the Future:  Large System Change and Company Stewardship.  In Corporate Stewardship, edited by Ed Lawler, Sue Mohrman, and Jim O’Toole.  Sheffield, UK:  Greenleaf, 2015: 36-54.

Yu, T. & Glynn, M.A. 2015.  Competitive Memory: How organizations bring the strategic past into the present.  In Gavetti, G. & Ocasio, W.  (Eds.), Advances in Strategic Management, Vol. 32, Cognition and Strategy.



Mary Ann Glynn was the 2015 winner of OMT Division Best Symposium Proposal Award, AOM, for “What does imprinting mean?  New Perspectives on Imprint Formation and Persistence Processes.”  For the 2015-16 academic year, she is serving as the Vice President and Program Chair for the Academy of Management.

Erica Steckler (PhD 2014) was awarded the 2015 Best Dissertation Award by the Social Issues in Management Division of the Academy of Management for “The Social Construction of Organizational Authenticity by Stakeholders,” at the annual meeting, August, 2015, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Sandra Waddock received the 2015 Leadership in Humanistic Management award, presented by The Humanistic Management Network, and Center for Humanistic Management, Fordham University, Academy of Management annual meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, August 2015.