Allmendinger J, Hackman JR. Organizations in changing environments: The case of East German symphony orchestras. Administrative Science Quarterly. 1996;41 :337-369.
Hackman JR, Wageman R. Total Quality Management: Empirical, conceptual, and practical issues. Administrative Science Quarterly. 1995;40 :309-342.
Hackman JR. The empowerment effort that came undone: Commentary. Harvard Business Review. 1995;January-February :26-38.
Hackman JR. Team training. Contemporary Psychology. 1995;40 :128-129.
Hackman JR. Self-management/Self-managed teams. In: Nicholson N Encyclopedic dictionary of organizational behavior. Oxford UK: Blackwell ; 1995.
Allmendinger J, Hackman JR. The more, the better? A four-nation study of the inclusion of women in symphony orchestras. Social Forces. 1995;74 :423-460.
Hackman JR. The team that wasn't: Commentary. Harvard Business Review. 1994;November-December :28-30.
Hackman JR. Trip wires in designing and leading work groups. The Occupational Psychologist. 1994;23 :3-8.
Allmendinger J, Hackman JR. Akzeptanz oder Abwehr? Die Integration von Frauen in professionelle Organisationen. Koelner Zeitschrift fuer Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie. 1994;46 :238-258.
Hackman JR. Teams, leaders, and organizations: New directions for crew-oriented flight training. In: Wiener EL, Kanki BG, Helmreich RL Cockpit resource management. Orlando, FL: Academic Press ; 1993.
Hackman JR. Rethinking crew resource management. In: Air Line Pilots. ; 1992. pp. Parts I-III.
Hackman JR. Time and transitions. In: Frost PJ, Stablein RE Doing exemplary research. Newbury Park, CA: Sage ; 1992.
Hackman JR. Group influences on individuals in organizations. In: Dunnette MD, Hough LM Handbook of industrial and organizational psychology (Vol. 3). Palo Alto: Consulting Psychologists Press ; 1992.
Allmendinger J, Hackman JR. The Survival of Art or the Art of Survival.; 1991.
Allmendinger J, Hackman JR. Leadership and Mobility in Symphony Orchestras. European Conference of Symphony Orchestras. 1990 :1-9.
Groups that work (and those that don't)
Hackman JR. Groups that work (and those that don't). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; 1990. Publisher's Version
Gersick CJG, Hackman JR. Habitual routines in task-performing teams. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 1990;47 :65-97.
Hackman JR. Becoming: A powerful theory. Academy of Management Review. 1989;14 :289-292.
Hackman JR. On seeking one's clinical voice: A personal account. In: Berg DN, Smith KK The self in social inquiry. Newbury, CA: Sage ; 1988.
Kulik CT, Oldham GR, Hackman JR. Work design as an approach to person-environment fit. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 1987;31 :278-296.