Stuart Bunderson
Stuart Bunderson
Bauer Professor of Organizational Ethics & Governance, Washington University
Verified email at wustl.edu - Homepage
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Learning and performance in multidisciplinary teams: The importance of collective team identification
GS Van Der Vegt, JS Bunderson
Academy of management Journal 48 (3), 532-547, 2005
14002005
Comparing alternative conceptualizations of functional diversity in management teams: Process and performance effects
JS Bunderson, KM Sutcliffe
Academy of management journal 45 (5), 875-893, 2002
13402002
The call of the wild: Zookeepers, callings, and the double-edged sword of deeply meaningful work
JS Bunderson, JA Thompson
Administrative science quarterly 54 (1), 32-57, 2009
10372009
Management team learning orientation and business unit performance.
JS Bunderson, KM Sutcliffe
Journal of Applied Psychology 88 (3), 552, 2003
7462003
Violations of principle: Ideological currency in the psychological contract
JA Thompson, JS Bunderson
Academy of management review 28 (4), 571-586, 2003
6862003
Recognizing and utilizing expertise in work groups: A status characteristics perspective
JS Bunderson
Administrative science quarterly 48 (4), 557-591, 2003
5572003
How work ideologies shape the psychological contracts of professional employees: Doctors' responses to perceived breach
JS Bunderson
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2001
5292001
Structure and learning in self-managed teams: Why “bureaucratic” teams can be better learners
JS Bunderson, P Boumgarden
Organization Science 21 (3), 609-624, 2010
3592010
Team member functional background and involvement in management teams: Direct effects and the moderating role of power centralization
JS Bunderson
Academy of Management journal 46 (4), 458-474, 2003
3272003
Work-nonwork conflict and the phenomenology of time: Beyond the balance metaphor
JA Thompson, JS Bunderson
Work and Occupations 28 (1), 17-39, 2001
3062001
Expertness diversity and interpersonal helping in teams: Why those who need the most help end up getting the least
GS Van der Vegt, JS Bunderson, A Oosterhof
Academy of Management Journal 49 (5), 877-893, 2006
2992006
Power, status, and learning in organizations
JS Bunderson, RE Reagans
Organization Science 22 (5), 1182-1194, 2011
2942011
Power asymmetry and learning in teams: The moderating role of performance feedback
GS Van der Vegt, SB De Jong, JS Bunderson, E Molleman
Organization Science 21 (2), 347-361, 2010
1652010
Why turnover matters in self-managing work teams: Learning, social integration, and task flexibility
GS Van Der Vegt, S Bunderson, B Kuipers
Journal of Management 36 (5), 1168-1191, 2010
1312010
Different views of hierarchy and why they matter: Hierarchy as inequality or as cascading influence
JS Bunderson, GS Van Der Vegt, Y Cantimur, F Rink
Academy of Management Journal 59 (4), 1265-1289, 2016
1152016
A strategy conversation on the topic of organization identity
JB Barney, JS Bunderson, P Foreman, LT Gustafson, AS Huff, LL Martins, ...
Identity in organizations: Building theory through conversations, 99-168, 1998
1021998
Why some teams emphasize learning more than others: Evidence from business unit management teams
JS Bunderson, KM Sutcliffe
Toward phenomenology of groups and group membership, 2002
732002
Conceptualizing and measuring professional and administrative models of organizing
JS Bunderson, SM Lofstrom, AH Van De Ven
Organizational Research Methods 3 (4), 366-391, 2000
662000
When feeling safe isn’t enough: Contextualizing models of safety and learning in teams
B Sanner, JS Bunderson
Organizational Psychology Review 5 (3), 224-243, 2015
542015
Research on work as a calling… and how to make it matter
JA Thompson, JS Bunderson
Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior 6 …, 2019
432019
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