Publications

2005
Wageman R, Hackman JR, Lehman EV. The Team Diagnostic Survey: Development of an instrument. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. 2005;41 :373-398.
Oldham GR, Hackman JR. How job characteristics theory happened. In: Smith KG, Hitt MA The Oxford handbook of management theory: The process of theory development. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press ; 2005. pp. 151-170.
Hackman JR, Wageman R. A theory of team coaching. Academy of Management Review. 2005;30 :269-287.
Hackman JR, Wageman R. When and how team leaders matter. Research in organizational behavior. 2005;26 :37-74.
Hackman JR. Rethinking team leadership or Team leaders are not music directors. In: Messick DM, Kramer RM New directions in the psychology of leadership. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum ; 2005. pp. 115-142.
2004
Hackman JR. What makes for a great team?. APA Science Briefs. 2004;18.
Hackman JR, OConnor M. What makes for a great analytic team? Individual vs. team approaches to intelligence analysis. Washington, DC: Intelligence Science Board, Office of the Director of Central Intelligence; 2004.
2003
Hackman JR. Imperatives for Leaders. Leadership. 2003;3.
Hackman JR. Learning more from crossing levels: Evidence from airplanes, orchestras, and hospitals. Journal of Organizational Behavior. 2003;24 :1-18.
Hackman JR. Ein alternativer Blick auf Gruppen in Organisationen. Koelner Zeitschrift fuer Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie. 2003;42 :245-259.
2002
Hackman JR. Leading teams: Setting the stage for great performances. Boston: Harvard Business School Press; 2002.
Hackman JR. New rules for team building. Optimize. 2002;July :50-62.
2000
Hackman JR, Wageman R, Ruddy TM, Ray CR. Team effectiveness in theory and practice. In: Cooper C, Locke EA Industrial and organizational psychology: Theory and practice. Oxford, UK: Blackwell ; 2000.
1999
Allmendinger J, Hackman JR. Mitigating the stress of gender recomposition: A cross-institutional, cross-national analysis. In: Pasero U, Braun F Wahrnehmung und herstellung von Geschlecht (Perceiving and performing gender). Opladen: Westdutscher Verlag ; 1999.
Hackman JR. Thinking differently about context. In: Wageman R Groups in context. Stamford, CT: JAI Press ; 1999.
Hackman JR, Banaji MR. Genuine social interaction: Investigations of mind and group. Contemporary Psychology. 1999;44 :204-206.
1998
Hackman JR. What is happening to professional work?. Perspectives on Work. 1998;2 (1) :4-6.
Hackman JR. Why teams don't work. In: Tindale RS, et al Theory and research on small groups. New York: Plenum ; 1998.
1997
Allmendinger J, Hackman JR. Die Freiheit wird uns in die Pflicht nehmen: Der Einfluss von Regimewechseln auf Orchester und ihre Mitglieder. In: (Hrsg.) GJ Soziologie der Kunst: Produzenten, Vermittler und Rezipienten. Wiesbaden: Westduetscher Verlag ; 1997.
1996
Allmendinger J, Hackman JR, Lehman EV. Life and work in symphony orchestras. The Musical Quarterly. 1996;80 :194-219.

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