William Ocasio
William Ocasio
Gies College of Business, University of Illinois
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The Institutional Logics Perspective: A New Approach to Culture, Structure, and Process
O William, PH Thornton, W Ocasio, M Lounsbury
Oxford University Press, New York, 2012
Towards an attention‐based view of the firm
W Ocasio
Strategic management journal 18 (S1), 187-206, 1997
Institutional logics
PH Thornton, W Ocasio
The Sage handbook of organizational institutionalism, 2008
Institutional logics and the historical contingency of power in organizations: Executive succession in the higher education publishing industry, 1958–1990
PH Thornton, W Ocasio
American journal of Sociology 105 (3), 801-843, 1999
Attention to attention
W Ocasio
Organization science 22 (5), 1286-1296, 2011
Political dynamics and the circulation of power: CEO succession in US industrial corporations, 1960-1990
W Ocasio
Administrative science quarterly, 285-312, 1994
Not all events are attended equally: Toward a middle-range theory of industry attention to external events
AJ Hoffman, W Ocasio
Organization science 12 (4), 414-434, 2001
The behavioral theory of the firm: Assessment and prospects
G Gavetti, HR Greve, DA Levinthal, W Ocasio
Academy of Management Annals 6 (1), 1-40, 2012
Perspective—Neo-Carnegie: The Carnegie school’s past, present, and reconstructing for the future
G Gavetti, D Levinthal, W Ocasio
Organization Science 18 (3), 523-536, 2007
Event attention, environmental sensemaking, and change in institutional logics: An inductive analysis of the effects of public attention to Clinton's health care reform initiative
A Nigam, W Ocasio
Organization Science 21 (4), 823-841, 2010
Institutionalized action and corporate governance: The reliance on rules of CEO succession
W Ocasio
Administrative Science Quarterly 44 (2), 384-416, 1999
The enactment of economic adversity: A reconciliation of theories of failure-induced change and threat-rigidity
WC Ocasio
Research in organizational behavior 17, 287-331, 1995
An attention based theory of strategy formulation: Linking decision making and guided evolution in strategy processes
W Ocasio, J Joseph
Advances in strategic management 22, 39-61, 2005
Vocabularies and vocabulary structure: A new approach linking categories, practices, and institutions
J Loewenstein, W Ocasio, C Jones
Academy of Management Annals 6 (1), 41-86, 2012
Is that an opportunity? An attention model of top managers' opportunity beliefs for strategic action
DA Shepherd, JS Mcmullen, W Ocasio
Strategic Management Journal 38 (3), 626-644, 2017
Architecture, attention, and adaptation in the multibusiness firm: General electric from 1951 to 2001
J Joseph, W Ocasio
Strategic Management Journal 33 (6), 633-660, 2012
Communication and attention dynamics: An attention‐based view of strategic change
W Ocasio, T Laamanen, E Vaara
Strategic Management Journal 39 (1), 155-167, 2018
Rise and fall-or transformation?: The evolution of strategic planning at the General Electric Company, 1940–2006
W Ocasio, J Joseph
Long range planning 41 (3), 248-272, 2008
The circulation of corporate control: Selection of functional backgrounds of new CEOs in large US manufacturing firms, 1981–1992
W Ocasio, H Kim
Administrative science quarterly 44 (3), 532-562, 1999
How streams of communication reproduce and change institutional logics: The role of categories
W Ocasio, J Loewenstein, A Nigam
Academy of Management Review 40 (1), 28-48, 2015
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