Themes


Marleen HuysmanIntroduction
Samer FarajOnline knowledge collaboration
  • Faraj et al (2016). Online Community as Space for Knowledge Flows Information Systems Research, Articles in Advance, pp. 1–17
  • Faraj, S., Kudaravalli, S., Wasko, M. (2015). Leading collaboration in online communities, MIS Quarterly 39, 393-412.
  • Steven L. Johnson, Hani Safadi, Samer Faraj (2015) The Emergence of Online Community Leadership. Information Systems Research 26(1):165-187.
Paul LeonardiDigitized work & communication
  • Stohl, C., Stohl, M., & Leonardi, P. (2016). Managing Opacity: Information Visibility and the Paradox of Transparency in the Digital Age, International Journal of Communication 10, 123–137 
  • Leonardi, P., Bailey, D.E. Recognizing and selling good ideas: network articulation and the making of an offshore innovation hub, Forthcoming in Academy of Management Discoveries
  • Leonardi, P.M., Vaast, E., (2017). Social media and their affordances for organizing: A review and agenda for research, Academy of Management Annals Vol. 11, No. 1, 150–188.
Chrisanthi Avgerou

Context in post-humanist research approaches

  • Avgerou, C., Li, B. 2013 “Relational and institutional embeddedness of web-based entrepreneurial networks: case studies of netrepreneurs in China”, Information Systems Journal, vol 23, no 4, pp 329-350 (2013).
  • Hayes, N., and Westrup, C. 2012. "Context and the Processes of Ict for Development" Information and Organization (22:1), pp. 23-36.
  • Winter, S., Berente, N., Howison, J., and Butler, B. 2014. "Beyond the Organizational 'Container': Conceptualizing 21st Century Sociotechnical Work" Information and Organization (24), pp. 250-269.
  • Barad, K. 2007. “Specetime re(con)figurations: Naturalcultural forces and changing topologies of power” (chapter six) from Barad, K. Meeting the Universe Halfway: Quantum Physics and the Entanglement of Matter and Meaning. Durham: Duke University Press.
Hans Berends

Research methods for studying process

  • Garud, R., Berends, H. Tuertscher, P. (2017). Qualitative methods for studying innovation as process. In: Jain, S & Mir, R (eds). Routledge Companion to Qualitative Research in Organization Studies. Routledge.
  • Langley, A. (1999). Strategies for theorizing from process data. Academy of Management Review, 24(4), 691–710.
  • Tsoukas, H., & Chia, R. (2002). On organizational becoming: Rethinking organizational change. Organization Science, 13(5), 567–582.
Brian Pentland

Narrative networks

  • Pentland, B. T. and Feldman, M. S. (2007) “Narrative Networks: Patterns of technology and organization,” Organization Science, 18(5), 781-795.
  • Hærem, T. Pentland, B. T., and Miller, K. D. (2015) “Task complexity: Extending a core concept,” Academy of Management Review, 40(3): 446-460.
  • Pentland, B.T., Recker, J. and Wyner, G.  (2016) "Rediscovering Handoffs," Academy of Management Discoveries, doi:10.5465/amd.2016.0018
  • Pentland, Pentland and Calantone, (2017), "Bracketing off the actors: Towards an action-centric research agenda”