James  R Barker
James R Barker
Professor of Organizational Behavior, Dalhousie University
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Tightening the iron cage: Concertive control in self-managing teams
JR Barker
Administrative science quarterly, 408-437, 1993
32181993
Tightening the iron cage: Concertive control in self-managing teams
JR Barker
Administrative science quarterly, 408-437, 1993
32181993
Tightening the iron cage: Concertive control in self-managing teams
JR Barker
Administrative science quarterly, 408-437, 1993
32181993
The discipline of teamwork: Participation and concertive control
JR Barker
Sage Publications, 1999
4811999
Identification in the self‐managing organization characteristics of target and tenure
JR Barker, P K. TOMPKINS
Human Communication Research 21 (2), 223-240, 1994
3261994
Coercion versus care: Using irony to make sense of organizational surveillance
G Sewell, JR Barker
Academy of Management Review 31 (4), 934-961, 2006
2362006
The concept and the practices of discipline in contemporary organizational life
JR Barker, G Cheney
Communications Monographs 61 (1), 19-43, 1994
2281994
Working under intensive surveillance: When does ‘measuring everything that moves’ become intolerable?
G Sewell, JR Barker, D Nyberg
Human Relations 65 (2), 189-215, 2012
1002012
A tropological theory of institutionalization
JAA Sillince, JR Barker
Organization studies 33 (1), 7-38, 2012
802012
How swift starting action teams get off the ground: What United flight 232 and airline flight crews can tell us about team communication
EH Mckinney Jr, JR Barker, KJ Davis, D Smith
Management Communication Quarterly 19 (2), 198-237, 2005
792005
How swift starting action teams get off the ground: What United flight 232 and airline flight crews can tell us about team communication
EH Mckinney Jr, JR Barker, KJ Davis, D Smith
Management Communication Quarterly 19 (2), 198-237, 2005
792005
Committed to a failing strategy: Celebrity CEO, intermediaries, media and stakeholders in a co-created drama
PN Sinha, K Inkson, JR Barker
Organization studies 33 (2), 223-245, 2012
782012
The role of communication values in swift starting action teams: IT insights from flight crew experience
EH McKinney Jr, JR Barker, DR Smith, KJ Davis
Information & Management 41 (8), 1043-1056, 2004
692004
Managing identification
JR Barker
Identity in organizations: Building theory through conversations, 257-267, 1998
691998
Neither good, nor bad, but dangerous: Surveillance as an ethical paradox
G Sewell, JR Barker
Ethics and Information Technology 3 (3), 181-194, 2001
662001
Self‐directed teams at Xel: Changes in communication practices during a program of cultural transformation
JR Barker, CW Melville, ME Pacanowsky
Taylor & Francis Group 21 (4), 297-312, 1993
611993
Identification with organizations.
S Albert, BE Ashforth, JR Barker, JM Dukerich, KD Elsbach, MA Glynn, ...
Sage Publications, Inc, 1998
551998
The institutionalization of CCO scholarship: Trends from 2000 to 2015
G Boivin, BHJM Brummans, JR Barker
Management Communication Quarterly 31 (3), 331-355, 2017
492017
Assessing concertive control in the term environment
BM Wright, JR Barker
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 73 (3), 345-361, 2000
492000
History of ideas in management communication quarterly
D Rooney, B McKenna, JR Barker
Management Communication Quarterly 25 (4), 583-611, 2011
432011
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