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"An embedded model of cultural adaptation in global teams." In press, Organization Science (with P. Hinds)

"Situated coworker familiarity: How site visits transform relationships among distributed workers." In press, Organization Science (with P. Hinds)

"Language as a lightning rod: Power contests, emotion regulation, and subgroup dynamics in global teams." In press, Journal of International Business Studies (with P. Hinds and T. Neeley)

"The meeting genre across cultures: Insights from German-American collaborations." Small Group Research, 2012, 43:159-185 (with T. Köhler and P. Hinds)

"The (un)hidden turmoil of language in global collaboration." Organizational Dynamics, 2012, 41: 236-244 (with T. Neeley and P. Hinds).

"Studying global work groups in the field." In Research Methods of Studying Groups and Teams (A. Hollingshead and S. Poole, eds.), Routledge, 2012 (with P. Hinds).

"The dialectical dynamics of nested structuration in globally distributed teams." In 2009 Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings (G. Solomon. ed.), on CD ROM (with P. Hinds).

"Situation invisibility and attribution in distributed collaborations."  Journal of Management, 2007, 33:525-546 (with K Orvis and J. Wilson).

"Intercultural interaction in distributed teams: Salience of and adaptation to cultural differences." In 2007 Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings (G. Solomon, ed.), on CD ROM (with P. Hinds).

"Subgroup dynamics in internationally distributed teams: Ethnocentrism or cross-national learning?" In Research in Organizational Behavior (B. Staw & R. Kramer, eds.), 2005, 231-263 (with P. Hinds).

"Relationships among geographic dispersion, team processes, and effectiveness in software development work teams" Journal of Business Research, 2005, 58:758-765 (with S. Webber).

"Overcoming barriers to information sharing in virtual teams." In Virtual Teams That Work: Creating Conditions for Effective Virtual Teams (C. Gibson & S. Cohen, eds.,) Jossey Bass, 2003 (with K. Orvis). 

"Finding common ground in dispersed collaboration,"  Organizational Dynamics, 2002, 30:356-367.

"Attribution in distributed work groups." In Distributed Work: New Ways of Working Across Distance Using Technology (P. Hinds & S. Kiesler, eds.), MIT Press, 2002.

"The mutual knowledge problem and its consequences for dispersed collaboration," Organization Science, 2001, 12:346-371.

"Crossing the international teaching divide: Evaluation of an Internet-based teaching project," Journal of Teaching in International Business, 1999, 10:: 61-80 (with D. Scott, S. Gauvin, B. Jones and G. Steinke).

"Learning through the ages: What adult development theory brings to management classes," Journal of Management Education, 1999, 23: 437-443.

"Virtual learning environment: Preparing for knowledge work in the 21st century," Journal of Computer Information Systems, Summer 1998: 1-8 (with B. Lobert, S. Gauvin and D. Scott).

"Information problems in dispersed teams," In 1997 Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings (L. Dosier & J. Keys, eds.), 298-302.

"Navigating the garbage can: How agendas help managers cope with job realities,"  Academy of Management Executive, May 1997 (with D. Barry and S. Carroll).

"On the effectiveness of teamwork in virtual environments," Proceedings of the International Marketing and Purchasing conference, 1996 (with S. Gauvin, B. Lobert, G. Steinke, U. Gupta).

"Dimensions of work-family interface," The Community Psychologist, special issue on work-family interface, Spring 1994

"Is rugged individualism the whole story? Public and private accounts of a firm's founding," Family Business Review, Fall 1993.