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Jennifer A. CHATMAN
Jennifer A. CHATMAN
Professor of Business Administration, University of California, Berkeley
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Organizational commitment and psychological attachment: The effects of compliance, identification, and internalization on prosocial behavior.
CA O'Reilly, J Chatman
Journal of applied psychology 71 (3), 492, 1986
82281986
Organizational commitment and psychological attachment: The effects of compliance, identification, and internalization on prosocial behavior.
CA O'Reilly, J Chatman
Journal of applied psychology 71 (3), 492, 1986
82101986
Organizational commitment and psychological attachment: The effects of compliance, identification, and internalization on prosocial behavior.
CA O'Reilly, J Chatman
Journal of applied psychology 71 (3), 492, 1986
82101986
People and organizational culture: A profile comparison approach to assessing person-organization fit
CA O'Reilly III, J Chatman, DF Caldwell
Academy of management journal 34 (3), 487-516, 1991
81611991
Matching people and organizations: Selection and socialization in public accounting firms.
JA Chatman
Academy of Management proceedings 1989 (1), 199-203, 1989
41011989
Improving interactional organizational research: A model of person-organization fit
JA Chatman
Academy of management Review 14 (3), 333-349, 1989
36931989
Culture as social control: Corporations, cults, and commitment.
CA O'Reilly, JA Chatman
Research in Organizational Behavior 18, 157-200, 1996
20171996
Assessing the relationship between industry characteristics and organizational culture: how different can you be?
JA Chatman, KA Jehn
Academy of Management Journal 37 (3), 552-553, 1994
15031994
Being different yet feeling similar: The influence of demographic composition and organizational culture on work processes and outcomes
JA Chatman, JT Polzer, SG Barsade, MA Neale
Administrative Science Quarterly, 749-780, 1998
13421998
The influence of demographic heterogeneity on the emergence and consequences of cooperative norms in work teams
JA Chatman, FJ Flynn
Academy of management journal 44 (5), 956-974, 2001
12082001
Building organizational commitment: A multifirm study
DF Caldwell, JA Chatman, CA O'reilly
Journal of occupational Psychology 63 (3), 245-261, 1990
9911990
Personality, organizational culture, and cooperation: Evidence from a business simulation
JA Chatman, SG Barsade
Administrative science quarterly, 423-443, 1995
8801995
The managed thought
J Chatman, N Bell, BM Staw
The thinking organization 191, 214, 1986
812*1986
Knowing your place: self-perceptions of status in face-to-face groups.
C Anderson, S Srivastava, JS Beer, SE Spataro, JA Chatman
Journal of personality and social psychology 91 (6), 1094, 2006
6572006
The influence of proportional and perceptual conflict composition on team performance
KA Jehn, JA Chatman
International journal of conflict management, 2000
5842000
Leading by leveraging culture
JA Chatman, SE Cha
California management review 45 (4), 20-34, 2003
5722003
How leadership matters: The effects of leaders' alignment on strategy implementation
CA O'Reilly, DF Caldwell, JA Chatman, M Lapiz, W Self
The leadership quarterly 21 (1), 104-113, 2010
5112010
Strong cultures and innovation: Oxymoron or opportunity
FJ Flynn, JA Chatman
International handbook of organizational culture and climate, 263-87, 2001
425*2001
The promise and problems of organizational culture: CEO personality, culture, and firm performance
CA O’Reilly III, DF Caldwell, JA Chatman, B Doerr
Group & Organization Management 39 (6), 595-625, 2014
3992014
Narcissistic CEOs and executive compensation
CA O'Reilly III, B Doerr, DF Caldwell, JA Chatman
The leadership quarterly 25 (2), 218-231, 2014
3452014
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