Jeffrey Pfeffer
Jeffrey Pfeffer
Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior, Stanford University
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The external control of organizations: A resource dependence perspective
J Pfeffer, GR Salancik
Stanford University Press, 2003
356702003
Power in organizations
J Pfeffer, J Pfeffer
Pitman, 1981
86261981
A social information processing approach to job attitudes and task design
GR Salancik, J Pfeffer
Administrative science quarterly, 224-253, 1978
55661978
The human equation: Building profits by putting people first
J Pfeffer, P Jeffrey
Harvard Business Press, 1998
48541998
Competitive advantage through people
J Pfeffer
Boston/Mass, 1994
43681994
Organizational legitimacy: Social values and organizational behavior
J Dowling, J Pfeffer
Pacific sociological review 18 (1), 122-136, 1975
40861975
Managing with power: Politics and influence in organizations
J Pfeffer
Harvard Business Press, 1994
38401994
Size and composition of corporate boards of directors: The organization and its environment
J Pfeffer
Administrative science quarterly, 218-228, 1972
3278*1972
Organizations and organization theory
J Pfeffer
Pitman, 1982
30521982
Competitive advantage through people: Unleashing the power of the work force
J Pfeffer
30031994
The knowing-doing gap: How smart companies turn knowledge into action
J Pfeffer, RI Sutton
Harvard business press, 2000
28112000
Management as symbolic action: the creation and maintenance of organizational paradigm
J Pfeffer
Research in organizational behavior 3, 1-52, 1981
27231981
Environments of organizations
HE Aldrich, J Pfeffer
Annual review of sociology 2 (1), 79-105, 1976
26151976
The end of business schools? Less success than meets the eye
J Pfeffer, CT Fong
Academy of management learning & education 1 (1), 78-95, 2002
23862002
Organizational demography.
J Pfeffer
Research in organizational behavior, 1983
20471983
Teoría y diseño organizacional
RL Daft, RL Daft
Cengage Learning, 2011
18622011
Barriers to the advance of organizational science: Paradigm development as a dependent variable
J Pfeffer
Academy of management review 18 (4), 599-620, 1993
17521993
The ambiguity of leadership
J Pfeffer
Academy of management review 2 (1), 104-112, 1977
16281977
Hard facts, dangerous half-truths, and total nonsense: Profiting from evidence-based management
J Pfeffer, RI Sutton
Harvard Business Press, 2006
14942006
Economics language and assumptions: How theories can become self-fulfilling
F Ferraro, J Pfeffer, RI Sutton
Academy of Management review 30 (1), 8-24, 2005
14692005
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