email: kanea at duq dot edu
B.A., Duke University
Ph.D. and M.S., Carnegie Mellon University
Journal Publications and Conference Proceedings (peer reviewed)
Kane, A. A., & Rink, F. (2015). How newcomers influence group utilization of their knowledge: Integrating versus differentiating strategies. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice,19, 91 - 105. doi:10.1037/gdn0000024
Dokko, G., Kane, A. A., Tortoriello, M. (2014) One of us or one of my friends: How social identity and tie strength shape the creative generativity of boundary-spanning ties. Organization Studies, 35, 707-726. doi: 10.1177/0170840613508397.
Kang, R., Kane, A. A., & Kiesler, S. (2014). Teammate inaccuracy blindness: When information sharing tools hinder collaborative analysis. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW ‘14). NY: ACM Press. doi: 10.1145/2531602.2531681
Rink, F., Kane, A. A., Ellemers, N., & Van
der Vegt, G. S. (2013) Team receptivity to newcomers: Five decades of evidence and future research themes. The
Academy of Management Annals, 7:1, 245-291. doi: 10.1080/19416250.2013.766405
Kane, A. A. & Rink, F. (2011) Newcomers as active agents: Team receptivity to integrating vs. differentiating identity strategies. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings (Meeting Abstract Supplement), 1-6. doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2011.65869733
Kane, A. A. (2010). Unlocking knowledge transfer potential: Knowledge demonstrability and superordinate social identity. Organization Science, 21(3), 643-660. doi: 10.1287/orsc.1090.0469
Levina, N. & Kane, A.A. (2009) I am not one of them anymore: Onshore immigrant managers on offshored software development projects. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings (Meeting Abstract Supplement), 1-6. doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2009.44270100 (Nominee for the Carolyn Dexter Award from the OCIS Division of the Academy of Management)
Book Contributions (peer reviewed)
Levina, N. & Kane, A.A. (2009) Immigrant Managers as Boundary Spanners on Offshored Software Development Projects: Partners or Bosses? Proceedings of the 3rd ACM International Workshop on Intercultural Collaboration (IWIC’09), 978-1-60558-198-9. doi: 10.1145/1499224.1499236 (Winner of best paper award).
Kane, A.A., Argote, L., & Levine, J.M. (2005) Knowledge transfer between groups via personnel rotation: Effects of social identity and knowledge quality. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 96, 56-71. doi: 10.1016/j.obhdp.2004.09.002
Rink, F., Kane, A. A., Ellemers, N., & Van der Vegt, G. S. (in press). Change in organizational work teams. In R. Rico, E. Salas, & N.M.Ashkanasy (Eds.) The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Teamwork and Collaborative Processes. Somerset, NY: Wiley-Blackwell.
Kane, A. A. & Rink, F. (2015). Team Newcomers. Oxford Bibliographies in Management. Ed. Ricky Griffin. New York: Oxford University Press. doi : 10.1093/OBO/97801998467400050
Rink, F. & Kane, A.A. (2014) Conflict and change in teams: The innovative newcomer challenge. In O.B. Ayoko, N.M. Ashkanasy, & K.A. Jehn (Eds.) Handbook of Conflict Management Research (pp. 205 - 220). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Edgar.
Kane, A. A. & Steele, A. L. (2012) Taking actions to deal with climate change risks and opportunities: Developing strong superordinate identities within corporations to promote knowledge transfer and creation. In J.A.F. Stoner and C. Wankel (Eds.) Managing Climate Change Business Risks and Consequences: Leadership for Global Sustainability (pp. 207-225). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Argote, L. & Kane, A.A. (2009) Superordinate identity and knowledge creation and transfer in organizations. In N.J Foss and S. Michailova (Eds.) Knowledge Governance: Multi-disciplinary Perspectives (pp. 166-190). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Argote, L. & Kane, A.A. (2003) Learning from direct and indirect experience in organizations: The effects of experience content, timing, and distribution. In P. Paulus and B. Nijstad (Eds.) Group Creativity: Innovation through Collaboration (pp. 277-303). New York: Oxford University Press.
A.J. and Sigismunda Palumbo Charitable Trust, Team Receptivity to Newcomers. (principal investigator). 2014 – 2015.
National Science Foundation, Virtual Organizations as Sociotechnical Systems. Sharing insights across multiple virtual organizations. (sub-contract; principal investigator, Dr. Sara Kiesler) 2012-2014.
National Science Foundation, Decision Risk and Management Science Program. Social Identity and Knowledge Transfer. (co-principal investigator with Dr. Linda Argote) 2003-2006.
If you would like a copy of any of these publications, presentations, or research materials (e.g., origami knowledge transfer paradigm), please send me an email at kanea at duq dot edu
Last updated: June 2015.