Joseph F. Cotter Professor
Director of Research, Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics
Professor Glynn has taught PhD students at Yale University, Emory University, and the University of Michigan. By courtesy, she also serves as a professor of sociology. Her research interests are at the intersection of micro-level cognitive processes (such as learning, creativity and intelligence) and cultural influences (social norms, institutional arrangements, and status affiliations) on identity, symbolism, and organizational leadership. Her research has been published in many of the leading journals, including Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Marketing, and Poetics: International Journal of Empirical Research on Art, Media, and Literature, and numerous edited books.
She is the nationally elected Program Officer for the Academy of Management, Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division, and serves on the editorial board of Organization Science.
Glynn, M.A. April 2019. The Mission of Community and the Promise of Collective Action. Academy of Management Review.
Raffaelli, R., Glynn, M.A & Tushman, M. 2019. Frame Flexibility: The Role of Cognitive and Emotional Framing in Innovation Adoption by Incumbent Firms. Strategic Management Journal.
Honig, B., Lampel, J., Baum, J. Glynn, M.A., Jing, R., Lounsbury, M., Schuessler, E., Simon, D.G., Tsui, A., Walsh, J.P., and Witteloostuijn. 2018. Reflections on Scientific Misconduct in 4 Management: Unfortunate Incidents or a Normative Crisis? Academy of Management Perspectives, 32.
Halgin, D., Glynn, M.A. & Rockwell, D. 2018. Organizational Actorhood and the Management of Paradox: A Visual Analysis. Organization Studies, 39: 645-664.
Dowd, T., Glynn, M.A., & Lounsbury, M. 2017. Advances in Cultural Entrepreneurship: Looking Back and Moving Forward. Academy of Management Proceedings (1), 14466.
Glynn, M.A., Lawrence, T.B., Meyer, R.E., Ocasio, W., Ometto, M.P. & Soubliere, J.F. 2016. How Do Institutionalists Matter? Dialogue and Directions from the Closing Plenary. In Gehman, J., Lounsbury, M. & Greenwood, R. (Eds.). How Institutions Matter! Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol 48A, pp 393-406. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.