Positive Organizational Scholarship
Keith E. and Valerie J. Alessi Professor of Business Administration
and Professor of Management & Organizations
POSITIVE ORGANIZATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
Quinn, R., Spreitzer, G., and Lam, C.F. (2012). Building a Sustainable Model of Human Energy in Organizations: Exploring the Critical Role of Resources. Academy of Management Annals.
Porath, C., Spreitzer, G., Gibson, C., and Garnett, F.G. (2011). Thriving at work: Toward its measurement, construct validation, and theoretical refinement. Journal of Organizational Behavior.
Fritz, C., Lam, C.F., Spreitzer, G.M. (2011). It's the Little Things that Matter: An Examination of Knowledge Workers' Energy Management. Fortcoming in AMP.
Wellman, N., and Spreitzer, G. (2010). Crafting Scholarly Life: Strategies for Creating Meaning in Academic Careers. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 31:1-5.
Carmeli, Abraham and Spreitzer, Gretchen M. (2009). Trust, Connectivity, and Thriving: Implications for Innovative Behaviors at Work. Journal of Creative Behavior, 43(3): 169-191.
Spreitzer, Gretchen M., Stephens, John Paul, Sweetman, David (2009). The Reflected Best Self Field Experiment with Adolescent Leaders: Exploring the Psychological Resources Associated with Feedback Source and Valence. Journal of Positive Psychology.
Spreitzer, Gretchen (2007). Giving peace a chance: Organizational leadership, empowerment, and peace. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 28:1077-1095.
Spreitzer, Gretchen and Sutcliffe, Kathleen (2007). Thriving in Organizations. In D. Nelson and C. Cooper (eds.) Positive Organizational Behavior, London: Sage Publications.
Quinn, Robert E. and Spreitzer, Gretchen (2006). Entering the Fundamental State of Leadership: A Framework for the Positive Transformation of Self and Others, from the Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship, Working Paper Series. In Burk R. and Cooper C. (eds.) Inspiring Leaders, London: Routledge.
Dutton, Jane, Glynn, Mary Ann, and Spreitzer, Gretchen (2006). Positive Organizational Scholarship. Encyclopedia of Career Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Spreitzer, Gretchen, Sutcliffe, Kathleen, Dutton, Jane, Sonenshein, Scott and Grant, Adam. (2005) A Socially Embedded Model of Thriving at Work. Organization Science, 16(5): 537-549.
Roberts, Laura Morgan, Dutton, Jane, Spreitzer, Gretchen, Heaphy, Emily, & Quinn, Robert. (2005). Composing the reflected best self: Building pathways for becoming extraordinary in work organizations. Academy of Management Review.
Roberts, Laura Morgan, Spreitzer, Gretchen, Dutton, Jane, Quinn, Robert, Heaphy, Emily, and Barker, Brianna (2005). How to Play to your Strengths. Harvard Business Review, 83(1): 75-80.
Spreitzer, Gretchen & Grant, Adam. (2004). Leading to Grow and Growing to Lead: Some Lessons from Positive Organizational Scholarship. For presentation at the Leadership: Bridging Theory-Practice Divide, An INSEAD-Manpower Conference.
Spreitzer, Gretchen & Sonenshein, Scott. (2004). Toward the construct definition of positive deviance. American Behavioral Scientist, 77(6): 828-847.
Spreitzer, Gretchen & Sonenshein, Scott. Positive Deviance and Extraordinary Organizing. In K. Cameron, J. Dutton, and R. Quinn Positive Organizational Scholarship. San Francisco: Barrett-Koehler. Upward Spirals and Positive Change, Chapter 14.
Spreitzer, G. and Porath, C. (2013). Self-Determination as Nutriment for Thriving: Building an Integrative Model of Human Growth at Work. In Oxford Handbook of Work Engagement, Motivation, and Self-Determination Theory.
Spreitzer, G. and Cameron, K. (2011). A Path Forward: Assessing Progress and Exploring Core Questions for the Future of Positive Organizational Scholarship, Concluding chapter.
Cameron, K. and Spreitzer, G. (2011). POS Handbook: Introduction. In Oxford Handbook of Positive Organiational Scholarship.