Mary Jo Hatch and Majken Schultz: Introduction Section I: The Roots of Organizational Identity in Sociology and Social Psychology 1: C. H. Cooley: Society and the Individual 2: G. H. Mead: The Self 3: E. Goffman: The Arts of Impression Management 4: Henri Taijfel and John Turner: An Integrative Theory of Intergroup Conflict 5: Marilynn B. Brewer and Wendi Gardner: Who is this 'We'? Levels of Colletive Identity and Self Representations Section II: Early Development of Organizational Identity Theory 6: Stuart Albert and David A. Whetten: Organizational Identity 7: Howard S. Schwartz: Amto-Social Actions of Committed Organizational Participants: An Existential Psychoanalytic Perspective 8: Blake E. Ashforth and Fred Mael: Social Identity Theory and the Organization 9: Mats Alvesson: Organization: From Substance to Image? 10: Jane E. Dutton and Janet M. Dukerich: Keeping an Eye on the Mirror: Image and Identity in Organizational Adaptation 11: Linda E. Ginzel, Roderick M. Kramer, and Robert I. Sutton: Organizational Impression Management as Reciprocal Influence Process: The Neglected Role of the Organizational Audience Section III: Recent Developments in Organizational Identity Theory Section III.i: Multiple Identities 12: Michael G. Pratt and Anat Rafaeli: Organizational Dress as a Symbol of Multilayered Social Identities 13: Karen Golden-Biddle and Hayagreeva Rao: Breaches in the Boardroom: Organizational Identity and Conflicts of Commitment in a Nonprofit Organization Section III.ii: Stability and Change in Organizational Identity 14: Dennis A. Gioia, Majken Schultz, and Kevin G. Corley: Organizational Identity, Image, and Adaptive Instability 15: Mary Jo Hatch and Majken Schultz: The Dynamics of Organizational Identity Section III.iii: Identity as Narrative and Discourse 16: Mats Alvesson and Hugh Willmott: Identity Regulation as Organizational Control Producing the Appropriate Individual 17: Barbara Czarniawska: Narratives of Individual and Organizational Identities Section III.iv: Audiences for Identity 18: Kimberly D. Elsbach and Roderick M. Kramer: Members' Responses to Organizational Identity Threats: Encountering and Countering the Business Week Rankings 19: George Cheney and Lars Thoger Christensen: Organizational Identity: Linkages Between Internal and External Communication
Mary Jo Hatch (PhD Stanford 1985) is Professor of Commerce at the McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia (USA). Related to her work on organizational identity, she has published numerous articles on organizational culture, organizational symbolism, and organizational identity and image in academic journals such as the Academy of Management Review, Human Relations, the Journal of Management Inquiry and the European Journal of Marketing. Other publications include the textbook 'Organization Theory: Modern, Symbolic and Postmodern Perspectives' (OUP 1997) and 'The Expressive Organization: Linking Identity, Reputation and the Corporate Brand' (OUP 2000, co -edited with Majken Schultz and Mogens Holten Larsen). Majken Schultz (PhD Copenhagen Business School 1986) is Professor of Management at the Copenhagen Business School at the Department of Intercultural Communication and Management. She is currently leading the research-based Corporate Brand Initiative in collaboration with Mary Jo Hatch. She has published numerous articles on organizational culture, corporate reputations and organizational identity, and image interrelations in academic journals such as the Academy of Management Review, Human Relations, Organization Studies, the Journal of Management Inquiry, Corporate Reputation Review and the European Journal of Marketing. Other publications include 'The Expressive Organization: Linking Identity, Reputation and the Corporate Brand' (OUP 2000, co -edited with Mary Jo Hatch and Mogens Holten Larsen).