Glen Kreiner
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All in a day's work: Boundaries and micro role transitions
BE Ashforth, GE Kreiner, M Fugate
Academy of Management review 25 (3), 472-491, 2000
“How can you do it?”: Dirty work and the challenge of constructing a positive identity
BE Ashforth, GE Kreiner
Academy of management Review 24 (3), 413-434, 1999
Evidence toward an expanded model of organizational identification
GE Kreiner, BE Ashforth
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2004
Balancing borders and bridges: Negotiating the work-home interface via boundary work tactics
GE Kreiner, EC Hollensbe, ML Sheep
Academy of Management Journal 52 (4), 704-730, 2009
Where is the "me" among the "we"? Identity work and the search for optimal balance.
GE Kreiner, EC Hollensbe, ML Sheep
Academy of Management Journal 49 (5), 1031-1057, 2006
Consequences of work‐home segmentation or integration: a person‐environment fit perspective
GE Kreiner
Journal of Organizational Behavior 27 (4), 485-507, 2006
Normalizing dirty work: Managerial tactics for countering occupational taint
B E. Ashforth, G E. Kreiner, M A. Clark, M Fugate
Academy of Management Journal 50 (1), 149-174, 2007
Identity dynamics in occupational dirty work: Integrating social identity and system justification perspectives
GE Kreiner, BE Ashforth, DM Sluss
Organization Science 17 (5), 619-636, 2006
Governing by managing identity boundaries: The case of family businesses
C Sundaramurthy, GE Kreiner
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 32 (3), 415-436, 2008
On the edge of identity: Boundary dynamics at the interface of individual and organizational identities
GE Kreiner, EC Hollensbe, ML Sheep
Human Relations 59 (10), 1315-1341, 2006
Dirty Work and Dirtier Work: Differences in Countering Physical, Social, and Moral Stigma. 脏活与更脏的工作: 在对抗身体、 社会和道德污名上的差异
BE Ashforth, GE Kreiner
Management and Organization Review 10 (1), 81-108, 2014
Normalizing emotion in organizations: Making the extraordinary seem ordinary
BE Ashforth, GE Kreiner
Human Resource Management Review 12 (2), 215-235, 2002
Elasticity and the Dialectic Tensions of Organizational Identity: How Can We Hold Together While We Are Pulling Apart?
GE Kreiner, E Hollensbe, ML Sheep, BR Smith, N Kataria
Academy of Management Journal 58 (4), 981-1011, 2015
Blue skies and black boxes: The promise (and practice) of grounded theory in human resource management research
C Murphy, AC Klotz, GE Kreiner
Human Resource Management Review 27 (2), 291-305, 2017
Legitimating the legitimate: A grounded theory study of legitimacy work among Ethics and Compliance Officers
LK Treviņo, NA den Nieuwenboer, GE Kreiner, DG Bishop
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 123 (2), 186-205, 2014
Managing Boundaries Through Identity Work The Role of Individual and Organizational Identity Tactics
JR Knapp, BR Smith, GE Kreiner, C Sundaramurthy, SL Barton
Family Business Review 26 (4), 333-355, 2013
Growing pains and gains: Framing identity dynamics as opportunities for identity growth
GE Kreiner, ML Sheep
Exploring positive identities and organizations, 23-46, 2009
Congruence work in stigmatized occupations: A managerial lens on employee fit with dirty work
BE Ashforth, GE Kreiner, MA Clark, M Fugate
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (8), 1260-1279, 2017
Conducting and publishing rigorous qualitative research
A Rheinhardt, GE Kreiner, DA Gioia, KG Corley
The SAGE handbook of qualitative business and management research methods 1 …, 2018
Standing together or falling apart? Understanding employees’ responses to organizational identity threats
EP Piening, TO Salge, D Antons, GE Kreiner
Academy of Management Review 45 (2), 325-351, 2020
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