David Hannah
David Hannah
Associate Professor of Management, Beedie School of Business
Verified email at sfu.ca
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Building on the past: Enacting established personal identities in a new work setting
JM Beyer, DR Hannah
Organization science 13 (6), 636-652, 2002
The cultural significance of athletics in US higher education
JM Beyer, DR Hannah
Journal of Sport Management 14 (2), 105-132, 2000
Should I keep a secret? The effects of trade secret protection procedures on employees' obligations to protect trade secrets
DR Hannah
Organization science 16 (1), 71-84, 2005
Counting in qualitative research: Why to conduct it, when to avoid it, and when to closet it
DR Hannah, BA Lautsch
Journal of Management Inquiry 20 (1), 14-22, 2011
Employment relationships in context: Implications for policy and practice
D Hannah, R Iverson
The employment relationship: Examining psychological and contextualá…, 2004
Ties that bind: Culture and attachments in organizations
JM Beyer, DR Hannah, LP Milton
Handbook of organizational culture and climate, 323-338, 2000
Why and how do employees break and bend confidential information protection rules?
DR Hannah, K Robertson
Journal of Management Studies 52, 381-413, 2015
An examination of leader portrayals in the US business press following the landmark scandals of the early 21st century
DR Hannah, CD Zatzick
Journal of Business Ethics 79 (4), 361-377, 2008
An examination of the factors that influence whether newcomers protect or share secrets of their former employers
DR Hannah
Journal of Management Studies 44 (4), 465-487, 2007
Keeping trade secrets secret
DR Hannah
MIT Sloan Management Review 47 (3), 17, 2006
It's a secret: Marketing value and the denial of availability
D Hannah, M Parent, L Pitt, P Berthon
Business Horizons 57 (1), 49-59, 2014
Putting “organizations” into an organization theory course: A hybrid CAO model for teaching organization theory
DR Hannah, R Venkatachary
Journal of Management Education 34 (2), 200-223, 2010
Who owns ideas? An investigation of employees’ beliefs about the legal ownership of ideas
DR Hannah
Creativity and Innovation Management 13 (4), 216-230, 2004
We’re leaking, and everything's fine: How and why companies deliberately leak secrets
DR Hannah, IP McCarthy, J Kietzmann
Business Horizons 58 (6), 659-667, 2015
But you promised! Managing consumers’ psychological contracts
D Hannah, E Treen, L Pitt, P Berthon
Business Horizons 59 (4), 363-368, 2016
Confronting indifference toward truth: Dealing with workplace bullshit
IP McCarthy, D Hannah, LF Pitt, JM McCarthy
Business Horizons 63 (3), 253-263, 2020
Human-animal work: A massive, understudied domain of human activity
DR Hannah, K Robertson
Journal of Management Inquiry 26 (1), 116-118, 2017
The secret to protecting trade secrets: How to create positive secrecy climates in organizations
KM Robertson, DR Hannah, BA Lautsch
Business Horizons 58 (6), 669-677, 2015
Nomen est omen: formalizing customer labeling theory
K Plangger, JH Kietzmann, LF Pitt, P Berthon, D Hannah
AMS review 3 (4), 193-204, 2013
Rethinking management education and scholarship
DR Hannah, AM Peredo
Journal of Management Inquiry 20 (2), 178, 2011
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