Forging an identity

An insider-outsider study of processes involved in the formation of organizational identity

Dennis Arnold Gioia, Kristin N. Price, Aimee L. Hamilton, James B. Thomas

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Abstract

We thank Kevin Corley, Jim Detert, Don Hambrick, Tim Pollock, and the members of the ORG seminar at Penn State for helpful suggestions on previous versions of this manuscript. Thanks also to Emily Janke and Vicki Sweitzer for their coding assistance. In addition, we thank Associate Editor John Wagner for excellent counsel in revising this paper, as well as three anonymous reviewers for comments that were both challenging and helpful. Lastly, we offer special thanks to Managing Editor Linda Johanson for her usual superb advice on the presentation of the study.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1-46
Number of pages46
JournalAdministrative Science Quarterly
Volume55
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jul 9 2010

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Forging an identity : An insider-outsider study of processes involved in the formation of organizational identity. / Gioia, Dennis Arnold; Price, Kristin N.; Hamilton, Aimee L.; Thomas, James B.

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