Academy of Management Review 2004 - Abstracts

Academy of Management Review 2004
Aging, adult development, and work motivation.Business, generalAckerman, Phillip L., Kanfer, Ruth
A rhetorical theory of diffusion.Business, generalGreen, Sandy Edward, Jr.
A role of affective experience in work motivation.Business, generalBartunek, Jean M., Myeong-Gu Seo, Barrett, Lisa Feldman
Can we talk, and should we? Managing emotional conflict in multicultural teams.Business, generalShapiro, Debra L., Brett, Jeanne M., Glinow, Mary Ann Von
Competing through innovation in network markets: Strategies for challengers.Business, generalSheremata, Willow A.
Constructing deal networks: Brokers as network earchitectsE in the U.S. IPO market and other examples.Business, generalPorac, Joseph F., Pollock, Timothy G., Wade, James B.
Coordinating new product development in strategic alliances.Business, generalGerwin, Donald
Discourse and institutions.Business, generalPhillips, Nelson, Lawrence, Thomas B., Hardy, Cynthia
Do real options lead to escalation of commitment?.Business, generalZardkoohi, Asghar
Enacting competitive wars: Competitive activity, language games, and market consequences.Business, generalRindova, Violina P., Becerra, Manuel, Contardo, Ianna
Enriching goal-setting theory with time: An integrated approach.Business, generalFried, Yitzhak, Slowik, Linda Haynes
Finding value in diversity: Verification of personal and social self-views in diverse groups.Business, generalSwann, William B., Jr., Polzer, Jeffrey T., Seyle, Daniel Conor, Sei Jin Ko
Identifying the ingroup: a closer look at the influence of demographic dissimilarity on employee social identity.Business, generalChattopadhyay, Prithviraj, George, Elizabeth, Tluchowska, Malgorzata
Integrating implicit motives, explicit motives, and perceived abilities: The compensatory model of work motivation and volition.Business, generalKehr, Hugo M.
Knowledge, clusters, and competitive advantage.Business, generalTallman, Stephen, Jenkins, Mark, Henry, Nick, Pinch, Steven
Motivating individuals and groups at work: A social identity perspective on leadership and group performance.Business, generalHaslam, S. Alexander, Ellemers, Naomi, Gilder, Dick De
Real options and real tradeoffs.Business, generalLevinthal, Daniel A., Insead, Ron Adner
Real options as engines of choice and heterogeneity.Business, generalFerrier, Walter J., McGrath, Rita Gunther, Mendelow, Aubrey L
Real options pricing and organizations: The contingent risks of extended theoretical domains.Business, generalInsead, Bruce Kogut, Kulatilaka, Nalin
Strategic leadership and organizational learningStrategic leadership and organizational learning.Business, generalCrossan, Mary, Vera, Dusya
Systems of exchange.(exchange systems )Business, generalDelbridge, Rick, Biggart, Nicole Woolsey
The complex resource-based view: Implications for theory and practice in strategic human resource management.Business, generalColbert, Barry A.
The medium and the message: The adaptive use of communication media in dyadic influence.Business, generalBarry, Bruce, Fulmer, Ingrid Smithey
The metaconversation: The recursive property of language as a key to organizing.Business, generalTaylor, James R., Robichaud, Daniel, Giroux, Helene
Understanding HRM-firm performance linkages: the role of the "strength" of the HRM system.Business, generalOstroff, Cheri, Bowen, David E.
What is 'not' a real option: Considering boundaries for the application of real options to business strategy.Business, generalLevinthal, Daniel A., Insead, Ron Adner
What should we do about motivation theory? Six recommendations for the twenty-first century.Business, generalLocke, Edwin A., Latham, Gary P.
When Mickey loses face: Recontextualization, semantic fit, and the semiotics of foreignness.Business, generalBrannen, Mary Yoko
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