Marlys Christianson
Marlys Christianson
Associate Professor, Rotman School of Management
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Sensemaking in organizations: Taking stock and moving forward
S Maitlis, M Christianson
The Academy of Management Annals 8 (1), 57-125, 2014
Happiness, health, or relationships? Managerial practices and employee well-being tradeoffs.
AM Grant, MK Christianson, RH Price
Academy of Management Perspectives 21 (3), 51-63, 2007
Learning through rare events: Significant interruptions at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum
MK Christianson, MT Farkas, KM Sutcliffe, KE Weick
Organization Science 20 (5), 846-860, 2009
Speaking up and speaking out: The leadership dynamics of voice in organizations
SJ Ashford, KM Sutcliffe, MK Christianson
Voice and Silence in Organizations, 175-202, 2009
A sensemaking lens on reliability
R Blatt, MK Christianson, KM Sutcliffe, MM Rosenthal
Journal of Organizational Behavior 27 (7), 897-917, 2006
Sensemaking in the Time of COVID‐19
MK Christianson, MA Barton
Journal of Management Studies, 2020
Understanding mechanisms in organizational research: Reflections from a collective journey
PJJ Anderson, R Blatt, MK Christianson, AM Grant, C Marquis, ...
Journal of Management Inquiry 15 (2), 102-113, 2006
Becoming a high reliability organization
MK Christianson, KM Sutcliffe, MA Miller, TJ Iwashyna
Critical Care 15 (314), 2011
Coordinating flexible performance during everyday work: An ethnomethodological study of handoff routines
C LeBaron, MK Christianson, L Garrett, R Ilan
Organization Science 27 (3), 514-534, 2016
Handover patterns: an observational study of critical care physicians
R Ilan, CD LeBaron, MK Christianson, DK Heyland, A Day, MD Cohen
BMC Health Services Research 12 (1), 11, 2012
Mapping the terrain: The use of video-based research in top-tier organizational journals
MK Christianson
Organizational Research Methods 21 (2), 261-287, 2018
More and less effective updating: The role of trajectory management in making sense again
MK Christianson
Administrative Science Quarterly 64 (1), 45-86, 2019
Resilience in action: leading for resilience in response to COVID-19
MA Barton, M Christianson, CG Myers, K Sutcliffe
BMJ Leader, leader-2020-000260, 2020
Managing the unexpected
KM Sutcliffe, MK Christianson
The Oxford handbook of positive organizational scholarship, 843-854, 2012
Sensemaking, high-reliability organizing, and resilience
MK Christianson, KM Sutcliffe
Patient safety in emergency medicine, 27-33, 2009
Striving for high reliability in healthcare: a qualitative study of the implementation of a hospital safety programme
L Rotteau, J Goldman, KG Shojania, TJ Vogus, M Christianson, GR Baker, ...
BMJ Quality & Safety, 2022
Updating as part of everyday work: An interactional perspective
MK Christianson
University of Michigan, 2009
Conceptualizing the who, what, when, where, why and how of resilience in organizations
BB Caza, MA Barton, MK Christianson, KM Sutcliffe
Research handbook on organizational resilience, 338-353, 2020
FROM THE EDITORS—Errors in Organizations: New Frontiers in Research and Practice
JS Carroll, MK Christianson, M Frese, Z Lei, E Naveh, TJ Vogus
Academy of Management Discoveries 7 (4), 451-460, 2021
The earlier the longer: Disproportionate time allocated to patients discussed early in attending physician handoff sessions
MD Cohen, R Ilan, L Garrett, C LeBaron, MK Christianson
Archives of Internal Medicine 172 (22), 1762-1764, 2012
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