Michael G. Pratt
Associate Professor of Business Administration
M.A. Psychology (Organizational), University of Michigan, 1994, 1990
B.A. Psychology, Honors Program, University of Dayton, 1988
the University of Illinois since 1994.
Rafaeli, A., & Patt, M.G., (Eds). Artifacts and
Organizations. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, forthcoming.
2004. Reflections on a renaissance scholar. In P. Frost & R.
Stablein (Eds.), Researcher renewal, Palo Alto, CA:
Stanford University Press, forthcoming.
Obloj, K., & Pratt, M. 2004. Happy kids and mature losers:
Differentiating the dominant logics of successful and
unsuccessful firms in emerging markets. In R. Bettis (Ed.),
Strategy in transition, Oxford, UK: Blackwell,
Pratt, M.G., & Rosa, J. A. 2003. Transforming work-family
conflict into commitment in network marketing organizations.
Academy of Management Journal, 46: 395-418.
Pratt, M.G., & Asforth, B. E. 2003. Fostering meaningfulness
in working and at work. In K. Cameron, J. Dutton, and R.
Quinn, (Eds.) Positive organizational scholarship:
309 - 327. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler.
Pratt, M.G. 2003. Access as relating: On the relationship
aspects of different types of access. In M. Feldman, J.
Bell, & M. Berger (Eds.) Gaining access: A practical and
theoretical guide for qualitative researchers: 150- 154.
New York: Altamira Press.
Ashforth, B.E., & Pratt, M.G. 2003. Institutionalized
spirituality: An oxymoron? In R.A. Giacalone & C. L.
Jurkiewicz (Eds.), The handbook of workplace spirituality
and organizational performance: 93-107. Armonk, NY: M.E.
Pratt, M.G. 2003. Disentangling collective identity. In J.
Polzer, E. Mannix, & M. Neale (Eds.), Identity issues in
groups: Research in managing groups and teams, v. 5:
161-188. Stamford, CT: Elsevier Science.
Madjar, N., Oldham, G., & Pratt, M.G. 2002. There's no place
like home? The contributions of work and non-work support to
employees' creative performance. Academy of Management
Journal, 45: 757-767.
Rock, K.W., & Pratt, M.G. 2002. Where do we go from here?
Predicting identification among dispersed employees. In G.
Soenen and B. Moingeon (Eds.), Corporate and
organizational identities: Integrating strategy, marketing,
communication and organizational perspectives: 51-71.
New York: Routledge.
Pratt, M. 2001. Social identity dynamics in modern
organizations: An organizational psychology/organizational
behavior perspective. In M. Hogg and D.J. Terry (Eds.),
Social identity processes in organizational contexts:
13-30. Philadelphia: Psychology Press.
Pratt, M., & Rafaeli, A. 2001. Symbols as a language of
organizational relationships. In B. Staw & R. Sutton (Eds.),
Research in organizational behavior, v. 23: 93-132.
Stamford, CT: JAI Press.
Barnett, C., & Pratt, M. 2000. From threat-rigidity to
flexibility. Journal of Organizational Change Management,
Pratt, M. 2000. Building an ideological fortress: The role
of spirituality, encapsulation, and sensemaking. Studies
in Cultures, Organizations, and Societies, 6: 35-69.
Pratt, M., & Foreman, P. 2000. The beauty of and barriers to
organizational theories of identity. Academy of
Management Review, 25: 141-143.
Pratt, M., & Foreman, P. 2000. Classifying managerial
responses to multiple organizational identities. Academy
of Management Review, 25: 18-42.
Pratt, M. 2000. The good, the bad, and the ambivalent:
Managing identification among Amway distributors.
Administrative Science Quarterly, 45: 456-493.
Pratt, M., & Doucet, L. 2000. Ambivalent feelings in
organizational relationships. In S. Fineman (Ed.),
Emotions in organizations, v.2: 204-226. Thousand Oaks,
Pratt, M., & Dutton, J. 2000. Owning up or opting out: The
role of identities and emotions in issue ownership. In N.
Ashkanasy, C. Hartel, & W. Zerbe (Eds.), Emotions in the
workplace: research, theory, and practice: 103-129.
London: Quorum Books.
Pratt, M., Fuller, M., & Northcraft, G. 2000. Media
selection and identification in distributed groups: The
potential cost of "rich" media. In T. Griffith, E. Mannix, &
M. Neale (Eds.), Research in Managing groups and teams,
v.3: 231-255. Stamford, CT: JAI Press.
Cameron Carly Award, College of Business, 2003.
Incomplete List of Teachers Rated as Excellent, 1999, 2000,
2001, 2003. Outstanding Reviewer Award, Academy of Management
Journal, 2001. Outstanding Reviewer Award, Managerial
and Organizational Cognition Interest Group, Academy of
Board, Organizational Science, 1999-2003;
Organization Research Methods, 1999-2003;
Administrative Science Quarterly, 2003; Academy of
Management Journal, 1999-2003. Editorial Advisory
Committee, Academy of Management Journal, 2001-2003.
courses in organizational behavior and organizational sensemaking.
Research focuses on organizational culture and symbolism, the management
and consequences of conflicting ideologies and identities, organizational
attachment, organizational sensemaking, and emotions in organizations.
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