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Evidence-Based Management

Research by:
Jeffrey Pfeffer, Robert Sutton
Published: 2006
[photo - Robert Sutton]
Citation:

Harvard Business Review; Jan 2006, vol. 84, p62-74, 13p, 2c

Working Alone: What Ever Happened to the Idea of Organizations as Communities?

Research by:
Jeffrey Pfeffer
Published: 2005
[photo - Jeffrey Pfeffer]
Citation:

America at Work: Choices and Challenges; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, pp. 3 - 21

Stanford Graduate School of Business Working Paper #1906

Hidden Gendered Assumptions in Mainstream Organizational Theory and Research

Research by:
Joanne Martin
Published: 2000
[photo - Joanne Martin]
Citation:

Journal of Management Inquiry, Vol. 9, No. 2, 207-216 (2000)

Founders' Values Help Shape Gender Mix in High-Tech

Research by:
Michael Hannan, James Baron, Greta Hsu, Ozgecan Kocak
Published: 2007
[photo - Michael Hannan]
[photo - James Baron]
[photo - Greta Hsu]
[photo - Ozgecan Kocak]
Citation:

In the Company of Women
Work & Occupations; Vol 34, Ed. 1, pp. 35-66

The Gendered Implications of Apparently Gender-Neutral Organizational Theory: Re-Reading Weber

Research by:
Joanne Martin , K. Knopoff
Published: 2009
[photo - Joanne Martin]
Citation:

Ruffin Lecture Series (Volume III): Business Ethics and Women’s Studies
A. Larson & R. Freeman (Eds.), Women's studies and business ethics. New York: Oxford University Press.

Self-Enhancement Biases and Negotiator Judgment: Effects of Self-Esteem and Mood

Research by:
Roderick M. Kramer, Elizabeth Newton, Pamela Pommerenke
Published: 1991
[photo - Roderick M. Kramer]
Citation:

Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, October 1993, Vol. 56 Issue 1, pp. 110-133

Stanford Graduate School of Business Working Paper #1178

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