Tiziana Casciaro
Tiziana Casciaro
Professor of Organizational Behavior, University of Toronto
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Power imbalance, mutual dependence, and constraint absorption: A closer look at resource dependence theory
T Casciaro, MJ Piskorski
Administrative science quarterly 50 (2), 167-199, 2005
Change agents, networks, and institutions: A contingency theory of organizational change
J Battilana, T Casciaro
Academy of Management Journal 55 (2), 381-398, 2012
When competence is irrelevant: The role of interpersonal affect in task-related ties
T Casciaro, MS Lobo
Administrative science quarterly 53 (4), 655-684, 2008
Seeing things clearly: Social structure, personality, and accuracy in social network perception
T Casciaro
Social Networks 20 (4), 331-351, 1998
Competent jerks, lovable fools, and the formation of social networks
T Casciaro, MS Lobo
Harvard business review 83 (6), 92-99, 2005
The contaminating effects of building instrumental ties: How networking can make us feel dirty
T Casciaro, F Gino, M Kouchaki
Administrative Science Quarterly 59 (4), 705-735, 2014
Overcoming resistance to organizational change: Strong ties and affective cooptation
J Battilana, T Casciaro
Management Science 59 (4), 819-836, 2013
Positive affectivity and accuracy in social network perception
T Casciaro, KM Carley, D Krackhardt
Motivation and Emotion 23, 285-306, 1999
Determinants of governance structure in alliances: the role of strategic, task and partner uncertainties
T Casciaro
Industrial and Corporate Change 12 (6), 1223-1251, 2003
The network secrets of great change agents
J Battilana, T Casciaro
Harvard Business Review 91 (7), 62-68, 2013
Secondary health conditions and spinal cord injury: an uphill battle in the journey of care
SJT Guilcher, BC Craven, L Lemieux-Charles, T Casciaro, MA McColl, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 35 (11), 894-906, 2013
The integration of psychological and network perspectives in organizational scholarship
T Casciaro, SG Barsade, AC Edmondson, CB Gibson, D Krackhardt, ...
Organization Science 26 (4), 1162-1176, 2015
Affective primacy in intraorganizational task networks
T Casciaro, MS Lobo
Organization Science 26 (2), 373-389, 2015
Cross-silo leadership
T Casciaro, AC Edmondson, S Jang
Harvard Business Review 97 (3), 130-139, 2019
Managing yourself—Learn to love networking
T Casciaro, F Gino, M Kouchaki
Harvard Business Review 94 (5), 104-107, 2016
When more power makes actors worse off: Turning a profit in the American economy
MJ Piskorski, T Casciaro
Social Forces 85 (2), 1011-1036, 2006
Power, for all: How it really works and why it's everyone's business
J Battilana, T Casciaro
Simon and Schuster, 2021
Social networks and secondary health conditions: the critical secondary team for individuals with spinal cord injury
SJT Guilcher, T Casciaro, L Lemieux-Charles, C Craven, MA McColl, ...
The journal of spinal cord medicine 35 (5), 330-342, 2012
Application of the Andersen’s health care utilization framework to secondary complications of spinal cord injury: a scoping review
SJT Guilcher, BC Craven, MA McColl, L Lemieux-Charles, T Casciaro, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 34 (7), 531-541, 2012
Affect in organizational networks
T Casciaro
Contemporary perspectives on organizational social networks, 219-238, 2014
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