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Service Engineering. CLIC Executive Briefing Note, No. 10.(2009).
Service Markets. CLIC Executive Briefing Note, No. 15.(2009).
Service Innovation in Education and Research. CLIC Executive Briefing Note, No. 14.(2009).
Service Innovation. CLIC Executive Briefing Note, No. 9.(2009).
Service Individualization. CLIC Executive Briefing Note, No. 11.(2009).
Service in the Healthcare Sector. CLIC Executive Briefing Note, No. 13.(2009).
Service Export. CLIC Executive Briefing Note, No. 16.(2009).
Service Standardization. CLIC Executive Briefing Note, No. 12.(2009).
Management Education and Research in Germany. HHL-Arbeitspapier Nr. 75.(2006).
08. Conference Presentations, Tracks and Workshops
Leading Open Innovation: Creating Centripetal Innovation Capacity. Symposium. 2006 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM).(2006).
Leading Open Innovation and Cooperation: A Global Challenge to Managerial Responsiveness. Symposium. 8th International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management (IFSAM) World Congress 2006.(2006).
07. Book Chapters
Broader Methods to Support New Insights into Strategizing. (Golsorkhi, D., Rouleau L., Seidl D., & Vaara E., Ed.).Cambridge Handbook of Strategy as Practice. 201-206.(2012).
Methods to Support Significant and Interesting Contributions to Strategizing Research. (Golsorkhi, D., Rouleau L., & Seidl D., Ed.).Cambridge Handbook of Strategy as Practice. 368.(2010).
Questions for those designing research. (Huff, A. Sigismund, Ed.).Designing research for publication. 314-319.(2009).
Framing Research on Service. (Ketchen, B. and, Ed.).Research Methodology in Strategy and Management, vol.5.(2009).
Management Education and Research in Germany. (Dameron, S., & Durand T., Ed.).The Future of Business Schools: Scenarios and Strategies for 2020. 133-161.(2008).
Management education and research in Germany. (Durand, P., Ed.).The future of business schools. 133–161.(2007).
Framing Research on Service. (Bergh, D., & Ketchen D., Ed.).Research Methodology in Strategy and Management, Volume 3. 179-212.(2006).
Strengthening our practices as an academic field of inquiry. (Floyd, S., Roos J., & Jacobs C., Ed.).Innovating strategy practices.(2005).
Managerial and organizational cognition: islands of coherence. (Smith, K. G., & Hitt M. A., Ed.).Great Minds in Management: The process of theory development.(2005).
Transitions revisited. (Stablein, R., & Frost P., Ed.).Renewing research practice: lessons from scholar’s journeys.(2004).
Foreword. (de Rond, M., Ed.).Strategic alliances as social facts. Business, biotechnology & intellectual history.(2003).
Sensemaking, Leadership and Mental Models. (Klimoski, R., & Zaccaro S., Ed.).The nature of organizational leadershio.(2001).
Everyday innovation/everyday strategy. (Hamel, G., Prahalad C K., Thomas H., & O’Neal D., Ed.).Strategic flexibility: Managing in a turbulent environment. 13–27.(1998).
Recent developments in the modeling of strategy reformulation. (Getis, A., & Fisher M., Ed.).Recent developments in spatial analyses. 253–271.(1997).
Stress, inertia, opportunity and competitive position: a SOIP model of strategic change in the pharmaceutical industry. Best Paper Proceedings. 22–26.(1995).
The dynamics of strategic change. (Daems, H., & Thomas H., Ed.).Strategic Groups, strategic moves and competitive strategy. 31–62.(1994).
Budget cutting in riverside: emergent policy reframing as a process of conflict minimization. (Pondy, L. R., Boland R., & Thomas H., Ed.).Managing ambiguity and change. 79–90.(1988).
Politics as a means of coping with ambiguity and change. (Pondy, L. R., Boland R., & Thomas H., Ed.).Managing ambiguity and change. 79–90.(1988).
Critique of "Questionable purchasing practices". (Champion, J. M., & James J. H., Ed.).Critical incidents in management. 197–199.(1985).
Managerial implications of the emerging paradigm. (Lincoln, Y. S., Ed.).Organization theory and inquiry: the paradigm revolution. 161–183.(1985).
Situation interpretation, leader behavour and effectiveness. (Hunt, J G., Ed.).Leaders and Managers: international perspectives on managerial behavior and leadership. 253–262.(1984).
A rhetorical examination of strategic change. (Pondy, L. R., Frost P. J., Morgan G., & Dandridge T. C., Ed.).Organizational Symbolism. 167–183.(1983).
Planning to plan. (Clark, D. L., McKibin S., & Malkas M., Ed.).New perspectives on planning in educational organizations. 24–55.(1980).
Organizations as political systems: implications for stability and change. (Cummings, T. G., Ed.).Systems theory for organization development. 163–180.(1980).
Enriching policy premises for an ambiguous world. (Sutherland, J W., Ed.).Management handbook for public administrators.(1978).
04. Conference Papers
Organizational Stakeholders as a Fluent Network: A narrative approach to understanding the embedded image of organizations. Process Organization Symposion 2010. 1–8.(2010).
Discovering innovative answers to compelling questions about service. Professional Development Workshop (PDW), 2008 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.(2008).
Leadership, Governance and Competence. EURAM Conference, 14.-17. Mai.(2004).
An Agenda for Understanding Individual Leadership in Corporate Leadership Systems. International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management (IFSAM) Conference 2004. VIIth World Congress 2004.(2004).
Leadership, Governance and Competence. 4th Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management (EURAM) 2004 - Corporate Governance Track.(2004).
03. Journal Papers
Corporate Open Innovation: Learning form Longitudinal Exploratory Research. International Journal of Knowledge-Based Organizations. 2, i-x.(2012).
Refocusing the Business School Agenda. British Journal of Management. 12, 49–54.(2002).
The continuing relevance of strategy. Human Relations. 54, 123–130.(2001).
Citigroup’s John Reed and Stanford’s James March on Management Research and Practise. Academy of Management Executive2. 14, 1–13.(2000).
Collectivity. Professional Manager.(1999).
A current and future agenda for cognitive research in organizations. Journal of Management Studies. 34, 947–952.(1997).
Wives of the organization. Management Focus. 3–5.(1996).
Toward a new social contract theory in strategic management. Journal of Management Inquiry. 3, 153–168.(1994).
Management’s search for balance. Journal of Management Inquiry. 3, 173–174.(1994).
Cognitive Change, strategic action and organization renewal. Strategic Management Journal. 13, 15–36.(1993).
Maps Managers Use. Journal of Management Studies. 9, 267–285.(1992).
Toward a new social contract theory in strategic management. Comerce Research. 3–6.(1992).
Kognitive Karten - Wie Manager denken. gdi-impulse. 25–33.(1991).
Achieving routine in organizational change. Journal of Management. 11, 103–116.(1985).
Industry influences on strategy reformulation. Strategic Management Journal. 3, 119–131.(1982).
Life on the line. The Wharton Magazine. 53–58.(1982).
Assessing the environment for an educational institution. Long range planning. 14, 107–115.(1981).
Evocative metaphors. Human Systems Management. 1, 219–228.(1980).
The future of organizational privacy. Information and Management. 2, 197–201.(1979).
Consensual uncertainty. Academy of Management Review1. 3, 651–655.(1978).
02. Edited Books and Volumes
Cooperation and responsible management. European Management Review 2(1-2).(2005).
Structuration theory: an expanded theoretic framework for organizational identity. Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Meeting.(1998).