|Marleen Huysman||Introduction, Future of work
|Knowledge in digital age|
|Samer Faraj||Complex collaboration practices: online and offline|
|Technology & occupational changes|
Studying Digital Transformations
Process Research Methods
- Langley, A. (1999). Strategies for theorizing from process data. Academy of Management review, 24(4), 691-710.
- Deken, F., Berends, H., Gemser, G., & Lauche, K. (2018). Strategizing and the initiation of interorganizational collaboration through prospective resourcing. Academy of Management Journal, 61(5), 1920-1950.
- Berends, H., & Deken, F. (2019). Composing qualitative process research. Strategic Organization. Advance online publication, doi.org/10.1177/1476127018824838
|M. Lynne Markus
Ethical Analytics: What Does It Mean and How Do We Get There?
- Markus, M. Lynne. 2016. Obstacles on the Road to Corporate Data Responsibility, in Cassidy R. Sugimoto, Hamid R. Ekbia, and Michael Mattioli (Eds.), Big Data is Not a Monolith: Policies, Practices, and Problems, Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, pp. 143-161.
- Markus, M. Lynne. 2017. Datification, Organizational Strategy, and IS Research: What’s the Score? Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 26(3): 233-24.
- Marabelli, Marco, and M. Lynne Markus. 2017. Researching Big Data Research: Ethical Implications for IS Scholars, Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Americas Conference on Information Systems, Boston, MA.
Ethnography, Validity, and Discovery in the Workplace
- Barley, S. R. (1996). Technicians in the workplace: Ethnographic evidence for bringing work into organizational studies. Administrative Science Quarterly, 404-441.
- Evans, J., Huising, R., & Silbey, S. S. (2016). Accounting for Accounts: Crafting Ethnographic Validity through Team Ethnography. Handbook of Qualitative Organizational Research: Innovative Pathways and Methods, 143-155.
- Huising, R. (2015). To hive or to hold? Producing professional authority through scut work. Administrative Science Quarterly, 60(2), 263-299.