Michelle Barton
Michelle Barton
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Ecocentric and anthropocentric attitudes toward the environment
SCG Thompson, MA Barton
Journal of environmental Psychology 14 (2), 149-157, 1994
14801994
Organizational crises and the disturbance of relational systems
WA Kahn, MA Barton, S Fellows
Academy of Management Review 38 (3), 377-396, 2013
1852013
Overcoming dysfunctional momentum: Organizational safety as a social achievement
MA Barton, KM Sutcliffe
Human Relations 62 (9), 1327-1356, 2009
1812009
Performing under uncertainty: Contextualized engagement in wildland firefighting
MA Barton, KM Sutcliffe, TJ Vogus, T DeWitt
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 23 (2), 74-83, 2015
1052015
Identity-based issue selling
S Ashford, MA Barton
Identity and the modern organization, 226-247, 2007
872007
The geography of strain: Organizational resilience as a function of intergroup relations
WA Kahn, MA Barton, CM Fisher, ED Heaphy, EM Reid, ED Rouse
Academy of Management Review 43 (3), 509-529, 2018
692018
Status cues and expertise assessment in groups: How group members size one another up... and why it matters
JS Bunderson, MA Barton
Status in management and organizations, 215-237, 2011
432011
Group resilience: The place and meaning of relational pauses
MA Barton, WA Kahn
Organization Studies 40 (9), 1409-1429, 2019
342019
Learning when to stop momentum
MA Barton, KM Sutcliffe
MIT Sloan Management Review 51 (3), 69, 2010
312010
Assessing member expertise in groups: An expertise dependence perspective
MA Barton, JS Bunderson
Organizational Psychology Review 4 (3), 228-257, 2014
262014
Make yourself an expert.
D Leonard, G Barton, M Barton
Harvard business review 91 (4), 127-31, 143, 2013
212013
Sensemaking in the time of COVID‐19
MK Christianson, MA Barton
Journal of Management Studies, 2020
162020
Knowledge and the management of creativity and innovation
D Leonard, M Barton
The Oxford handbook of innovation management, 121-138, 2014
142014
Contextual engagement as resilience-in-action: A study of expedition racing
MA Barton, KM Sutcliffe
33rd EGOS Colloquium. Copenhagen, Denmark, 2017
132017
Resilience in action: leading for resilience in response to COVID-19
MA Barton, M Christianson, CG Myers, K Sutcliffe
Bmj Leader, leader-2020-000260, 2020
122020
Organizational resilience: a social mechanisms perspective
M Barton, M Christianson
Symposium presented at the 2006 annual academy of management meeting, 11-16, 2006
92006
Contextualized engagement as resilience-in-action: A study of expedition racing
MA Barton, KM Sutcliffe
33rd Colloquium of the European Group of Organizational, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2017
82017
Shaping entrepreneurial opportunities: Managing uncertainty and equivocality in the entrepreneurial process
MA Barton
University of Michigan, 2010
82010
Mindfulness as an organizational capability: evidence from wildland firefighting
M Barton, K Sutcliffe
Revue Für Postheroisches Management. 3: 24-35., 24-35, 2008
72008
After-Action Reviews-who conducts them?
AE Black, K Sutcliffe, M Barton
Fire Management Today. 69 (3): 15-17., 15-17, 2009
22009
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