Bradley L. Kirkman
Bradley L. Kirkman
General (Ret). H. Hugh Shelton Distinguished Professor of Leadership and Department Head, Management
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Beyond self-management: Antecedents and consequences of team empowerment
BL Kirkman, B Rosen
Academy of Management journal 42 (1), 58-74, 1999
24811999
A quarter century of culture's consequences: A review of empirical research incorporating Hofstede's cultural values framework
BL Kirkman, KB Lowe, CB Gibson
Journal of international business studies 37 (3), 285-320, 2006
22882006
The impact of team empowerment on virtual team performance: The moderating role of face-to-face interaction
BL Kirkman, B Rosen, PE Tesluk, CB Gibson
Academy of management journal 47 (2), 175-192, 2004
11922004
Examining the impact of culture's consequences: A three-decade, multilevel, meta-analytic review of Hofstede's cultural value dimensions.
V Taras, BL Kirkman, P Steel
Journal of applied psychology 95 (3), 405, 2010
9682010
A multilevel study of leadership, empowerment, and performance in teams.
G Chen, BL Kirkman, R Kanfer, D Allen, B Rosen
Journal of applied psychology 92 (2), 331, 2007
9592007
Individual power distance orientation and follower reactions to transformational leaders: A cross-level, cross-cultural examination
BL Kirkman, G Chen, JL Farh, ZX Chen, KB Lowe
Academy of Management Journal 52 (4), 744-764, 2009
9482009
The impact of cultural values on job satisfaction and organizational commitment in self-managing work teams: The mediating role of employee resistance
BL Kirkman, DL Shapiro
Academy of Management journal 44 (3), 557-569, 2001
9282001
Five challenges to virtual team success: Lessons from Sabre, Inc.
BL Kirkman, B Rosen, CB Gibson, PE Tesluk, SO McPherson
Academy of Management Perspectives 16 (3), 67-79, 2002
7492002
Culture and procedural justice: The influence of power distance on reactions to voice
J Brockner, G Ackerman, J Greenberg, MJ Gelfand, AM Francesco, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 37 (4), 300-315, 2001
6952001
The dimensions and antecedents of team virtuality
BL Kirkman, JE Mathieu
Journal of management 31 (5), 700-718, 2005
6102005
The impact of cultural values on employee resistance to teams: Toward a model of globalized self-managing work team effectiveness
BL Kirkman, DL Shapiro
Academy of Management Review 22 (3), 730-757, 1997
6001997
Perceived causes and solutions of the translation problem in management research
DL Shapiro, BL Kirkman, HG Courtney
Academy of Management Journal 50 (2), 249-266, 2007
4312007
When does cross-cultural motivation enhance expatriate effectiveness? A multilevel investigation of the moderating roles of subsidiary support and cultural distance
G Chen, BL Kirkman, K Kim, CIC Farh, S Tangirala
Academy of Management journal 53 (5), 1110-1130, 2010
3832010
Improving national cultural indices using a longitudinal meta-analysis of Hofstede's dimensions
V Taras, P Steel, BL Kirkman
Journal of World Business 47 (3), 329-341, 2012
3362012
A model of work team empowerment
BL Kirkman, B Rosen
Research in organizational change and development 10 (1), 131-167, 1997
2881997
The impact of collectivism and in-group/out-group membership on the evaluation generosity of team members
C Gomez, BL Kirkman, DL Shapiro
Academy of management Journal 43 (6), 1097-1106, 2000
2562000
The impact of team members’ cultural values on productivity, cooperation, and empowerment in self-managing work teams
BL Kirkman, DL Shapiro
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 32 (5), 597-617, 2001
2552001
The impact of demographic heterogeneity and team leader-team member demographic fit on team empowerment and effectiveness
BL Kirkman, PE Tesluk, B Rosen
Group & Organization Management 29 (3), 334-368, 2004
2442004
A perspective on multinational enterprises and climate change: learning from “an inconvenient truth”?
A Kolk, J Pinkse
Journal of International Business Studies 39 (8), 1359-1378, 2008
2352008
Employees’ reaction to the change to work teams
DL Shapiro, BL Kirkman
Journal of organizational change management, 1999
2241999
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