Management and Organization Studies

The mission of the Management and Organization Studies area is to create and disseminate management and organizational knowledge that furthers social and human sustainability. We focus in particular on the relationship between organizations and the health and well-being of individuals, organizations, families, communities and societies. According to the University of Texas at Dallas, the MOS area ranks 20th in the world (3rd in Canada) in terms of research published in the top management and organization scholarly journals.

Over the past two years, MOS faculty published research articles in prestigious journals, presented research findings at several academic conferences, been keynote speakers at academic conferences and industry gatherings, received hundreds of thousands of dollars in research grants, and wrote books on emerging topics. This research covers diverse territory, including applied ethics, corporate social responsibility, employment relations, human resource management, organizational behaviour, organization development, and organization theory.

Several exciting research projects are underway. MOS faculty members are currently examining the effects of sustainable business practices and corporate social responsibility in a variety of countries, new contingent employment relationships, telecommuting, work restructuring, leadership in health care, building long lasting family businesses, new forms of organizational change, managerial values around the world, trade secret protection, corporate scandals and fraud, transformational leadership, organizational learning, qualitative research methods, high-commitment management practices, trade union mobilization, effects of downsizing, ethical issues in management, work/life balance, workplace deviance, workplace health and safety, social change processes, and learning from errors in organizations. Members of our area lead centers of research at SFU in Strategic Change and Performance Management and Workplace Health and Safety. As well, they provide leadership in the international Academy of Management and vet research funding for granting agencies in Canada and internationally.

The Management and Organization Studies group is committed to both undergraduate and graduate business education. Through the concentration in Human Resource Management, the area prepares undergraduate students for a career in HRM and develops the leadership and teamwork skills of undergraduate students in other business specialties. The group plays a major role in Simon Fraser University’s Executive MBA Program, provides courses in all the Faculty’s other MBA programs, and is very active in the Ph.D. program. MOS faculty are regularly on the Faculty’s Teaching Honour Roll.

Along with its research and teaching accomplishments, several MOS faculty provide their consulting expertise to companies in Canada and internationally. The MOS area continues the Faculty of Business’ commitment to practical scholarship by developing cooperative, mutually beneficial projects with industry, government and non-profit organizations.

Faculty List & Specializations

NamePositionSpecialization & Research Interests
Gervase BusheProfessor of Leadership and Organization Development, Management and Organization Studies Leadership, organizational change and development, groups and teamwork, consulting and change agentry.
Ali DastmalchianProfessor, Management and Organization Studies and International Business

With over 100 publications and over 15 major research grants from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Dr. Dastmalchian has proven to be an experienced researcher. His research and teaching interests span organizational design and change, organizational culture and climate, cross-nation leadership, international management, and innovation.

Carolyn EgriProfessor, Management and Organization Studies and William J.A. Rowe EMBA Alumni Professor Corporate environmental and social responsibility, international management, organizational power and politics, leadership, management education, organizational change and development.
David HannahAssociate Professor, Management and Organization Studies

Dr. Hannah's research and teaching focuses on how individuals at work can cope effectively with the challenges and dilemmas of organizational life, and how they can help others to do so.

Rajiv KozhikodeAssociate Professor, International Business / Management and Organization Studies

My primary research interest is in business-government relations and in particular the antecedents and consequences of various forms of corporate political activity. In my dissertation I examined how organizations and entrepreneurs manage institutional pluralism - spatial and temporal consistencies in the institutional prescriptions that guide organizational actions and nurture their identities. To study these issues, I used three rich archival datasets spanning over 50 years on the evolution of the Banking and News Paper industries in India. The first essay from my dissertation has appeared in the Academy of Management Journal, the second essay from it is being finalized for submission to American Journal of Sociology, a shorter version of it has appeared in the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings 2011, and the third essay is forthcoming in Organization Science. I am also interested in the sociological foundations of organizational misconduct. One of my recent papers in this topic is forthcoming in the Academy of Management Journal. I am also interested in organizational innovation in emerging economies in the Asia Pacific region. My papers in this topic has appeared in the Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Journal of International Management and Organizational Dynamics.

Brenda LautschAssociate Professor, Management and Organization Studies

Work and employment relations, non-standard, contingent and flexible work arrangements, work-family relationships, and qualitative research methodology.

Lieke ten BrummelhuisAssistant Professor, Management and Organization Studies Work-home processes, Work-life balance, Employee recovery, Workaholism, Work motivation, Stress, Teamwork, and New work designs.
Mark WexlerProfessor, Management and Organization Studies / Strategy Business Ethics, Management, Business and Society, Knowledge Management.
Chris ZatzickAssociate Professor, Management and Organization Studies

Downsizing and Layoffs, High Performance Work Systems, Voluntary Turnover, Organizational Identification, and Inclusion.

Natalie Bin ZhaoAssociate Professor, Management and Organization Studies

Error Reporting
Learning from Errors
Employee Compensation and Motivation

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News & Activities

Awards & Achievements

  • Lyons, Brent: SFU Finning Endowment Fund: Relationships and adversity in organizations (2013)

  • Egri, Carolyn: SFU Endowed Chair: Corporate social and environmental responsibility (2012)

  • Iverson, Rick: SSHRC Standard Research Grant: An examination of presenteeism in Canadian call centres (2011-2013)

  • Hannah, David: SFU Institutional SSHRC Small: A preliminary study of animal work (2010)
  • Lautsch, Brenda: SFU Research Grant: Non-standard work in dynamic environments: Outcomes for workers and firms (2011)
  • Lawrence, Tom: SSHRC Research Development Initiative: Exploring the role of individual in social innovation through institutional biography (2010-2012)
  • Lawrence, Tom: SFU Institutional SSHRC Small: The role of individuals in social innovation (2010)
  • Zhao, Natalie: SSHRC Standard Research Grant: The impact of negative emotions on learning from errors (2010-2012)

  • Bushe, Gervase & Marshak, R.J.: Journal of Applied Behavioral Science - 2009 Douglas McGregor Award for Best Paper: Revisioning organization development: Diagnostic and dialogic premises and patterns of practice. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. 45:3: 348-368. (2009)
  • Bushe, Gervase: SSRHC Research Development Initiative: Modeling the dynamics that lead to family business and business family success (2009-2011)

  • Hannah, David: Western Academy of Management Ascendant Scholar Award (2008)
  • Lawrence, Tom & McCarthy, Ian: SSHRC Special Call in Management Business and Finance: How do University Research Parks help their firms? (2008-2011)
  • Zatzick, Chris: SFU Institutional SSHRC Small Grant: Is the new deal a good deal? An examination of employee attitudes and behaviors in a post-downsizing organization (2008-2010)
  • Zatzick, Chris: Western Academy of Management Ascendant Scholar Award (2008)
  • Zhao, Natalie: SFU Institutional SSHRC Small Grant: The impact of negative emotions on learning from errors (2008-2009)

  • Bushe, Gervase & Coetzer, G.H.: Journal of Applied Behavioral Science - 2007 Douglas McGregor Memorial Award for Best Paper: Group development and team effectiveness: Using cognitive representations to measure group development and predict task performance and group viability. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 43.2: 184-212. (2007)
  • Bushe, Gervase: Academy of Management - 2007 Best Paper Award, Organization Development and Change Division (2007)
  • Egri, Carolyn: Eastern Academy of Management International Conference - 2007 Carolyn R. Dexter Outstanding Paper Memorial Award (2007)
  • Hannah, David: SSHRC Standard Research Grant: How can organizations keep their secrets? (2007-2010)
  • Zhao, Natalie: Academy of Management Conference - Best (Faculty) Research Proposal Award - "Cognition in the Rough" professional development workshop, Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division: Learning from errors: The role of context, emotion and personality (2007)

  • Bushe, Gervase: BC Ministry of Education Grant: A study of appreciate inquiry at the Vancouver School Board (2006-2007)
  • Hannah, David & Lautsch, Brenda: SFU Institutional SSHRC Small Grant: To count or not to count (2006-2007)
  • Lautsch, Brenda: SSHRC Standard Research Grant: Non-standard work in dynamic environments: Outcomes for workers and firms (2006-2009)
  • Lawrence, Tom: SSHRC Standard Research Grant: The Creation and Institutionalization of Public Innovations (2006-2009)
  • Lawrence, Tom: William and Ada Isabelle Steel Fund: The role of “connector organizations” in the establishment and diffusion of supervised injection sites for intravenous drug users (2006)
  • Zhao, Natalie: CMA Research Fellowship (2006-2009)

  • Bushe, Gervase & Kassam, A.: Journal of Applied Behavioral Science - 2005 Douglas McGregor Memorial Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper: When is appreciative inquiry transformational? A meta-case' analysis. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 41:2: 161-181. (2005)
  • Iverson, Rick & Zatzick, Chris: SSHRC Standard Research Grant: High-involvement management and workforce restructuring in Canadian organizations (2005-2008)
  • Lawrence, Tom: SSHRC Workshop Grant: Change and innovation in the organization of healthcare (2005-2006)

Recent Faculty Books

  • Bushe, G.R. & O'Malley, J. (2013). Changing organizational culture through clear leadership. In L. Carter, R. Sullivan, M. Goldsmith, D. Ulrich and N. Smallwood (Eds.), The change champions fieldguide, 2nd Edition (pp. 463-479). NY, USA: Wiley.
  • Bushe, G.R. (2013). The appreciative inquiry model. In E. Kessler (Ed.), The encyclopedia of management theory (pp. 41-43). Thousand Oaks, USA: Sage Publications.
  • Bushe. G.R. (2013). Generative process, generative outcome: The transformational potential of appreciative inquiry. In D.L. Cooperrider, D.P. Zandee, L.N. Godwin, M. Avital and B. Boland (Eds.), Organizational generativity: The Appreciative Inquiry Summit and a scholarship of transformation, Advances in appreciative inquiry, Volume 4 (pp. 89-113). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

  • Bushe, G.R. (2012). Changing a school district through appreciative inquiry. In D.D. Warrick and J. Mueller (Eds.), Lessons in leading change: Learning from real world cases (pp. 287-302). Oxford, UK: RossiSmith Academic Publishing.

  • Bushe, G.R. (2011). Appreciative inquiry: Theory and critique. In D. Boje, B. Burnes and J. Hassard (Eds.), The Routledge companion to organizational change (pp. 87-103). Oxford, UK: Routledge.
  • Lawrence, Thomas B., Suddaby, Roy & Leca, Bernard (2011). Introduction. In Thomas B. Lawrence, Roy Suddaby and Bernard Leca (Eds.), Institutional work: Actors and agency in institutional studies of organization. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Lawrence, Thomas B., Suddaby, Roy & Leca, Bernard (2011). Institutional work: Actors and agency in institutional studies of organization. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN-13: 978-0521178525

  • Bushe, G.R. (2008). An appreciative inquiry into learning at metropolitan school district. In D.L. Cooperrider, D. Whitney and J.M. Stavros (Eds.), Handbook of appreciative inquiry, 2nd Edition (pp. 314-317). Brunswick, OH: Crown.
  • Iverson, Roderick D., Zatzick, Christopher D. & McCrae, Melissa (2008). High performance work systems. In J. Barling and C. Cooper (Eds.), Handbook of organizational behaviour. London: Sage.
  • Kossk, Ellen Ernst & Lautsch, Brenda A. (2008). CEO of me: Creating a life that works in the flexible job age. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Wharton School Publishing.
  • Lawrence, Thomas B. & Shadnam, Masoud (2008). Institutional theory. In Wolfgang Donsbach (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of communication. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Lawrence, Thomas B. (2008). Power, institutions and organizations. In R. Greenwood, C. Oliver, R. Suddaby and K. Sahlin-Andersson (Eds.), Handbook of Organizational Institutionalism (pp. 170-198). London, UK: Sage Publications. doi: 10.4135/9781849200387
  • Wexler, Mark (2008). Workplace spirituality in Cascadia. In Douglas Todd (Ed.), The elusive utopia (pp. 171-193). Toronto, ON: Ronsale Press.

  • Wexler, Mark (2007). Reframing the "Gatekeeping" professions. In B. Tan (Ed.), Relationships in the Professions and Professionalizations (pp. 214-228). New York: Ballard Books.
  • Wexler, Mark & Oberlander, Judy (2007). The four faces of planning ethics: A value profile in Canadian planning. In Jill Grant (Ed.), A reader in Canadian planning (pp. 99-106). Toronto, ON: Thomas Nelson.

  • Bushe, G.R. (2006). Sense-making and the problems of learning from experience: Barriers and requirements for Creating cultures of collaboration. In S. Shulman (Ed.), Creating cultures of collaboration (pp.151-171). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Clegg, Stewart R., Hardy, Cynthia, Lawrence, Thomas B. & Nord, Walter R. (2006) (Eds.). Handbook of organization studies, 2nd Edition. London, UK: Sage Publications.
  • Kosset, Ellen Ernst & Lautsch, Brenda A. (2006). Flexible work arrangements. In Jeff Greenhaus and Gerry Callanan (Eds.), Encyclopedia of career development. London, UK: Sage Publications.
  • Lawrence, Thomas B. & Suddaby, Roy (2006). Institutions and institutional work. In S.R. Clegg, C. Hardy, T.B. Lawrence and W.R. Nord (Eds.), Handbook of organization studies, 2nd Edition (pp. 215-254). London, UK: Sage.
  • Nord, Walter R., Lawrence, Thomas B., Hardy, Cynthia & Clegg, Stewart (2006). Introduction. In S.R. Clegg, C. Hardy, T.B. Lawrence and W.R. Nord (Eds.), Handbook of organization studies, 2nd Edition. London, UK: Sage.

  • Kossek, Ellen Ernst, Lautsch, Brenda A. & Eaton, Susan C. (2005). Flexibility Enactment Theory: Relationships between type, boundaries, control and work-family effectiveness. In Ellen Ernst Kossek and Susan J. Lambert (Eds.), Work and life integration: Organizational, cultural and individual perspectives (pp. 243-262). LEA's Organization and Management Series. Series in Applied Psychology.
  • Starik, M., Sharma, S., Egri, C.P. & Bunch, R. (2005) (Eds.). New horizons in research on sustainable organizations: Emerging ideas, approaches, and tools for practitioners and researchers. Sheffield, UK: Greenleaf Publishing.
  • Wexler, Mark (2005). Leadership in Context: The Four Faces of Capitalism. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Wexler, Mark (2005). Twenty questions on corporate codes of conduct. Toronto, ON: Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants.

  • Hannah, David R. & Iverson, Roderick. (2004). Employment relationships in context: Implications for policy and practice. In J. Coyle-Shapiro, L. Shore, S. Taylor and L. Tetrick (Eds.), The employment relationship: Examining psychological and contextual perspectives (pp. 332-350). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Research Papers

  • Deery, Stephen J., Iverson, Roderick D., Buttigieg, Donna & Zatzick, Christopher D. (2014). Can union voice make a difference? The effect of union citizenship behavior on employee absence. Human Resource Management 53.2: 211-228. doi: 10.1002/hrm.21549
  • Hannah, D., Parent, M., Pitt, L. & Berthon, P. (2014). It's a secret: Marketing value and the denial of availability. Business Horizons 57.1: 49-59. doi: 10.1016/j.bushor.2013.09.001
  • ten Brummelhuis, L.L. & Trougakos, J.P. (2014). The recovery potential of intrinsically versus extrinsically motivated off-job activities. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 87.1: 177-199. doi: 10.1111/joop.12050
  • Zatzick, C.D., Zhao, B. & Tingling, P.M. (2014). Avoiding layoff blunders. MITSloan Management Review 55.3. Available online at: MIT Sloan Online

  • Bushe, G.R. (2013). Dialogic OD: A theory of practice. Organization Development Practitioner 45.1: 10–16. Available online at:
  • de la Garza Carranza, M.T., Soria, E.G., Egri, C.P. & Soto, D.H. (2013). Pequeños empresarios mexicanos y canadienses; un estudio comparativo en cuanto a su orientación emprendedora [Small business managers from Mexico and Canada: A comparison of their entrepreneurial orientation]. Revista Electrónica Nova Scientia 5.2: 73-100.
  • Karam, C.M., Ralston, D.A., Egri, C.P., Butt, A., Srinivasan, N., Fu, P.P., Lee, C.H., Moon, Y-L., Li, Y., Ansari, M., Kuo, C., Hung, V.T., Pekerti, A., Hallinger, P., Fang, Y. & Chia, H-B. (2013). Perceptions of the ethicality of favors at work in Asia: An 11-society assessment. Asia Pacific Journal of Management 30.2: 373-407. doi: 10.1007/s10490-012-9335-3
  • Marshak, R.J. & Bushe, G.R. (2013). An introduction to advances in dialogic organization development. Organization Development Practitioner 45.1: 1-3. Available online at:
  • Zatzick, C.D., Donovan, D.M., Dunn, C., Jurkovich, G.J., Wang, J., Russo, J., Rivara, F.P., Zatzick, C., Love, J.R., McFadden,C.R. & Gentilello, L.M. (2013). Disseminating oganizational screening and brief intervention services (DO-SBIS) for alcohol at trauma centers study design. General Hospital Psychiatry 35.2: 174-180. doi: 10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2012.11.012

  • Egri, C.P., Khilji, S.E., Ralston, D.A., Palmer, I., Girson, I., Milton, L., Richards, M., Ramburuth, P. & Mockaitis, A. (2012). Do Anglo countries still form a values cluster? Evidence of the complexity of value change. Journal of World Business 47.2: 267-276. doi: 10.1016/j.jwb.2011.04.014
  • Lawrence, Thomas B. & Maitlis, Sally (2012). Care and possibility: Enacting an ethic of care through narrative practice. Academy of Management Review 37.4. Available online at: AOM Review Online
  • Ralston, David A., Egri, Carolyn P., et al. (2012). Managerial values in the greater Middle East: Similarities and differences across seven countries. International Business Review 21.3: 480-492. doi: 10.1016/j.ibusrev.2011.05.007
  • Richard, Malika, Egri, Carolyn P., et al. (2012). How can we better understand current and future workforce values in the global business environment? Thunderbird International Business Review 54.5: 609-623. doi: 10.1002/tie.21488
  • Taylor, S., Osland, J. & Egri, Carolyn P. (2012). Guest editors' introduction: Introduction to HRM's role in sustainability: Systems, strategies, and practices. Human Resource Management 51.6: 789-798. doi: 10.1002/hrm.21509
  • Zatzick, Christopher D., Moliterno, T. & Fang, T. (2012). Strategic mis(fit): The implementation of TQM in manufacturing organizations. Strategic Management Journal 33.11: 1321-1330. doi: 10.1002/smj.1988

  • Bushe, Gervase R. and Chu, Alexandra (2011). Fluid teams: Solutions to the problems of unstable team membership. Organizational Dynamics 40.3: 181-188. doi: 10.1016/j.orgdyn.2011.04.005
  • David R. Hannah and Brenda A. Lautsch (2011). Counting in qualitative research: Why to conduct it, when to avoid it, and when to closet it. Journal of Management Inquiry 20.1:14-22. doi: 10.1177/1056492610375988
  • Iverson, Roderick D., & Zatzick, Christopher D. (2011). The effects of downsizing on labour productivity: The value of showing consideration for employees' morale and welfare in high-performance work systems. Human Resource Management 50.1: 29-44. doi: 10.1002/hrm.20407
  • Ralston, D.A., Egri, C.P. et al (2011). A 21st century assessment of values across the global workforce. Journal of Business Ethics 104: 1-31. doi: 10.1007/s10551-011-0835-8
  • Thomas B. Lawrence, Roy Suddaby and Bernard Leca (2011). Institutional work - Refocusing institutional studies of organization. Journal of Management Inquiry 20.1: 52-58. doi: 10.1177/1056492610387222

  • Furrer, O., Egri, C., Ralston, D.A., Danis, W., Reynaud, E., Naoumova, I., Molteni, M., Starkus, A., Leon Darder, F., Dabic, M. & Furrer-Perrinjaquet, A. (2010). Attitudes toward corporate responsibilities in western Europe and in central and eastern Europe. Management International Review. 50, 379-398. [Journal Abstract]
  • Hannah, D.R. & Lautsch, B.A. (2010). Counting in qualitative research: Why to conduct it, when to avoid it, and when to closet it. Journal of Management Inquiry OnlineFirst. Doi: 10.1177/1056492610375988. [Journal Abstract]

  • Deery, S.J., Iverson, R.D. & Walsh, J.T. (2009). Coping strategies in call centres: Work intensity and the role of co-workers and supervisors. British Journal of Industrial Relations 48.1: 181-200. [Journal Abstract]
  • Lautsch, B.A., Kossek, E.E. & Eaton, S.C. (2009). Supervisory approaches and paradoxes in managing telecommuting implementation. Human Relations 62.6: 795-827. [Journal Abstract]
  • Wexler, M.N. (2009). Exploring the moral dimension of wicked problems. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 29.9/10: 531-542. [Journal Abstract]

  • Yu, M., Sun, L. & Egri, C. (2008). Workplace safety climate assessment based on behaviors and measurable indicators. Process Safety Progress 27.3: 239-247. [Journal Abstract]
  • Buttigieg, D.M., Deery, S.J. & Iverson, R. (2008). Union mobilization: A consideration of the factors affecting the willingness of union members to take industrial action. British Journal of Industrial Relations 46.2: 248-267. [Journal Abstract]
  • Reynaud, E., Egri, C.P., Ralston, D.A., Danis, W., Starkus, A., Dabic, M., Wangenheim, F., Dalgic, T., Castro, F.B., Potocan, V.V., Kavoossi, M., Molteni, M., Girson, I.,  Elenkov, D., Pla-Barber, J., Maignan, I., Weber, M. & Wallace, A. (2008). La Responsabilité Sociale de l'Entreprise à l'épreuve de l'Europe. Revue Francaise de Gestion 34: 109-130. [Journal Abstract]

  • Bushe, G. & Coetzer, G.H. (2007). Group development and team effectiveness. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 43.2: 184-212. [Journal Abstract]
  • Buttigieg, D.M., Deery, S.J. & Iverson, R. (2007). An event history analysis of union joining and leaving. Journal of Applied Psychology 92.3: 829-839. [Journal Abstract]
  • Chia, H.B., Egri, C.P., Ralston, D.A., Fu, P.P., Kuo, M.H., Lee, C.H., Li, Y. & Moon Y.L. (2007). Four tigers and the dragon: Values differences, similarities, and consensus. Asia Pacific Journal of Management 24.3: 305-320. [Journal Abstract]
  • Gilpin-Jackson, Y. & Bushe, G. (2007). Leadership development training transfer: A case study of post-training determinants. Journal of Management Development 26.10: 980-1004. [Journal Abstract]
  • Hannah, D.R. (2007). An examination of the factors that influence whether newcomers protect or share secrets of their former employers. Journal of Management Studies 44.4: 465-487. [Journal Abstract]
  • Hannah, D.R. & Zatzick, C.D. (2007). An examination of leader portrayals in the U.S. business press following the landmark scandals of the early 21st century. Journal of Business Ethics 79.4: 361-377. [Journal Abstract]
  • Iverson, R. & Zatzick, C.D. (2007). High-commitment work practices and downsizing harshness in Australian workplaces. Industrial Relations 46.3: 456-480. [Journal Abstract]
  • Lautsch, B.A. & Scully, M.A. (2007). Restructuring time: Implications of work-hours reductions for the working class. Human Relations 60.5: 719-743. [Journal Abstract]
  • Lawrence, T.B. & Robinson, S.L. (2007). Ain't misbehavin: Workplace deviance as organizational resistance. Journal of Management 33.3: 378-394. [Journal Abstract]
  • Maitlis, S. & Lawrence, T.B. (2007). Triggers and enablers of sensegiving in organizations. Academy of Management Journal 50.1: 57-84. [Journal Abstract]
  • Morse, E.A., Fowler, S.W. & Lawrence, T.B. (2007). The impact of virtual embeddedness on new venture survival: Overcoming the liabilities of newness. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 31.2: 139-159. [Journal Abstract]
  • Reynaud, E., Egri, C.P., Ralston, D.A., Danis, W., Starkus, A., Dabic, M., Wangenheim, F., Dalgic, T., Castro, F.B., Potocan, V.V., Kavoossi, M., Molteni, M., Girson, I. & Elenkov, D. (2007). The differences in values between managers of the European founding countries, the new members and the applicant countries: Societal orientation or financial orientation? European Management Journal 25.2: 132-145. [Journal Abstract]

  • Kossek, E.E., Lautsch, B.A. & Eaton, S.C. (2006). Telecommuting, control, and boundary management: Correlates of policy use and practice, job control, and work-family effectiveness. Journal of Vocational Behavior 68: 347-367. [Journal Abstract]
  • Ralston, D.A., Terpstra-Tong, J. Terpstra, R.H., Wang, X. & Egri, C.P. (2006). Today's state-owned enterprises of China: Are they dying dinosaurs or dynamic dynamos. Strategic Management Journal 27.9: 825-843. [Journal Abstract]
  • Zatzick, C.D. & Iverson, R. (2006). High-involvement management and workforce reduction: Competitive advantage or disadvantage? Academy of Management Journal 49.5: 999-1015. [Journal Abstract]