Paul M. Leonardi, Ph.D.

Technology Management University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
organizational change, technological change, materiality, networks, ethnography
"Paul Leonardi"


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Stephen Barley grad student 2007 Stanford
 (Organizing technology: Toward a theory of socio-material imbrication.)


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Camille G. Endacott grad student (CSD Tree)
Jeffrey Treem grad student 2012 Northwestern
William C. Barley grad student 2014 Northwestern
Lindsay E. Young grad student 2014 Northwestern
Samantha Meyer Keppler grad student 2015 Northwestern
Casey Spruill Pierce grad student 2015 Northwestern
DaJung DJ Woo grad student 2017 UC Santa Barbara
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Keppler SM, Smilowitz KR, Leonardi PM. (2020) Contextual Trustworthiness of Organizational Partners: Evidence from Nine School Networks Manufacturing & Service Operations Management
Barley WC, Treem JW, Leonardi PM. (2020) Experts at Coordination: Examining the Performance, Production, and Value of Process Expertise Journal of Communication. 70: 60-89
Treem JW, Leonardi PM, van den Hooff B. (2020) Computer-Mediated Communication in the Age of Communication Visibility Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. 25: 44-59
Treem JW, Barley WC, Leonardi PM. (2020) Resourcing expertise: How existing schemas and communication processes shape the meaning of expert work in a global organization Communication Monographs. 1-26
Bailey D, Faraj S, Hinds P, et al. (2019) Special Issue of Organization Science: Emerging Technologies and Organizing Organization Science. 30: 642-646
Leonardi PM, Bailey DE, Pierce CS. (2019) The Coevolution of Objects and Boundaries over Time: Materiality, Affordances, and Boundary Salience Information Systems Research. 30: 665-686
Hoeven CLt, Stohl C, Leonardi P, et al. (2019) Assessing Organizational Information Visibility: Development and Validation of the Information Visibility Scale Communication Research. 9365021987709
Leonardi PM. (2018) Social Media and the Development of Shared Cognition: The Roles of Network Expansion, Content Integration, and Triggered Recalling Organization Science. 29: 547-568
Woo D, Leonardi PM. (2018) Breaking into Collaboration: Communicative Strategies for Gaining Entry When You Are Not Invited Journal of Communication. 68: 1127-1154
Rhee L, Leonardi PM. (2018) Which pathway to good ideas? A n attention‐based view of innovation in social networks Strategic Management Journal. 39: 1188-1215
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