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    • Asking the Right Questions About Leadership: Discussion and Conclusions 

      Hackman, J.; Wageman, Ruth (American Psychological Association, 2007)
      Five questions prompted by the articles in the American Psychologist special issue on leadership (January 2007, Vol. 62, No. 1) suggest some new directions for leadership research: (1) Not do leaders make a difference, but ...
    • Behind the Seniors 

      Hackman, J. Richard; Wageman, Ruth; Nunes, Debra; Burruss, James (Personnel Publications Ltd, 2008)
      HR can give chief executives some invaluable prompts from the wings as they take to the stage with a new top team, Harvard researchers have found.
    • Joseph E. McGrath (1927-2007) 

      Hackman, J. Richard (American Psychological Association, 2009)
      Presents an obituary for Joseph E. McGrath (1927–2007). Joseph E. McGrath, who died on April 1, 2007, often described himself as a “conceptual carpenter.” It was an apt description: Joe conceived and built the frameworks ...
    • Joseph E. McGrath (1927–2007). 

      Hackman, J (American Psychological Association (APA), 2009)
    • Leading Teams When the Time is Right: Finding the Best Moments to Act 

      Hackman, J. Richard; Wageman, Ruth; Fisher, Colin M. (Elsevier, 2009)
    • Learning More by Crossing Levels: Evidence from Airplanes, Hospitals, and Orchestras 

      Hackman, J. (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2003)
      Scholars generally conduct research at a single level of analysis (such as the individual, the group, or the organization level), although they often turn to the next-lower level for explanatory mechanisms. I suggest that ...
    • Not What It Was and Not What It Will Be: The Future of Job Design Research 

      Oldham, Greg R.; Hackman, J. Richard (John Wiley and Sons, 2010)
      This summary commentary explores the likely future directions of research and theory on the design of organizational work. We give special attention to the social aspects of contemporary work, the process by which jobholders ...
    • Organizations in Changing Environments: The Case of East German Symphony Orchestras 

      Allmendinger, Jutta; Hackman, J. (Cornell University, The Johnson School, 1996)
      Two periods of radical political-economic change in the former East Germany illuminate dynamics of organization-environment relationships that generally are hidden from view. Historical, qualitative, and survey data from ...
    • The Perils of Positivity 

      Hackman, J. (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2009)
      The passion and productivity that characterizes research on positive organizational behavior (POB) is impressive. Yet POB research is accumulating so rapidly that it may exceed what the field's conceptual, methodological, ...
    • Repairing Pairs 

      Hackman, J. Richard (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009)
    • A Theory of Team Coaching 

      Hackman, J.; Wageman, Ruth (Academy of Management, 2005)
      After briefly reviewing the existing literature on team coaching, we propose a new model with three distinguishing features. The model (1) focuses on the functions that coaching serves for a team, rather than on either ...