Publications

Beyond a list of published papers (below). You can also find my researcher profile in academic databases: Google Scholar, ResearchGateORCID, ResearcherID, Microsoft Academic.

Journals

When “It Depends” Amounts to More Than Simple Contingent Relationships: Three Canonical Forms of Inversions " Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2016    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/job.2093/abstract (w/ Laura Trinchera, Dong Ook Choi, Hannah, Sean T.)

Task Complexity and Shared Value Orientation: Exploring the Moderators of a Social Dilemma in Team Social Networks, Industrial and Corporate Change 2016 25(5):739-56. doi: 10.1093/icc/dtv046 (w/ Godart, Frédéric C. and Matthias Thiemann.)

Debunking the false dichotomy of leadership idealism and pragmatism: Critical evaluation and support of newer genre leadership theories. Journal of Organizational Behavior 2014. 35/5: 598-621. (with Hannah, S. T., J. J. Sumanth, and P. Lester)

Who Changes Course? The Role of Domain Knowledge and Novel Framing in Making Technology Changes, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 2012 6/3: 236-256 (with N. Furr and Sam Garg)

Too much of a good thing? Resources effects in new ventures. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2011 . 31/3.(with N. Furr)

A framework forexamining leadership in extreme contexts. The Leadership Quarterly 2009 20(6)897-919 (with Hannah, S.T., M. Uhl-Bien,B.J. Avolio)

Other Publications

Task complexity and value orientation: Exploring the moderators of a dilemma in social networks, AOM Annual Meeting Proceedings 2013. Academy of Management, Orlando. (with F. Godart & M. Thiemann)

The Management and Organization Science Puzzle: Questions from a Metaphorical Comparison of Medicine and Management, NSF White Paper 2011, SBE2020

Quels compromis pour composer l'équipe entrepreneuriale, 2008, in H. Bouchikhi, ed. L'Art d'Entreprendre : des Idées pour Agir Pearson Education, Paris, 55

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