Aimee A Kane
Aimee A Kane
Associate Professor of Management, Duquesne University
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Knowledge transfer between groups via personnel rotation: Effects of social identity and knowledge quality
AA Kane, L Argote, JM Levine
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 96 (1), 56-71, 2005
Unlocking knowledge transfer potential: Knowledge demonstrability and superordinate social identity
AA Kane
Organization science 21 (3), 643-660, 2010
Team receptivity to newcomers: Five decades of evidence and future research themes
F Rink, AA Kane, N Ellemers, G Van der Vegt
The Academy of Management Annals 7 (1), 247-293, 2013
One of us or one of my friends: How social identity and tie strength shape the creative generativity of boundary-spanning ties
G Dokko, AA Kane, M Tortoriello
Organization Studies 35 (5), 703-726, 2014
‘Am I still one of them?’: Bicultural immigrant managers navigating social identity threats when spanning global boundaries
AA Kane, N Levina
Journal of Management Studies 54 (4), 540-577, 2017
Language and group processes: An integrative, interdisciplinary review
LM Van Swol, AA Kane
Small Group Research 50 (1), 3-38, 2019
Learning from direct and indirect experience in organizations
L Argote, AA Kane
Group creativity: Innovation through collaboration, 277-303, 2003
Superordinate identity and knowledge creation and transfer in organizations
L Argote, AA Kane
Knowledge governance, 166-190, 2009
How Newcomers Influence Group Utilization of Their Knowledge: Integrating Versus Differentiating Strategies.
AA Kane, F Rink
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 19, 91-105, 2015
Immigrant managers as boundary spanners on offshored software development projects: partners or bosses?
N Levina, AA Kane
Proceedings of the 2009 international workshop on Intercultural …, 2009
When and how groups utilize dissenting newcomer knowledge: Newcomers’ future prospects condition the effect of language-based identity strategies
AA Kane, F Rink
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 19 (5), 591-607, 2016
To join or not to join: an investigation of individual facilitators and inhibitors of medical faculty participation in interdisciplinary research teams
M Salazar, T Lant, A Kane
Clinical and Translational Science 4, 274-278, 2011
Teammate inaccuracy blindness: when information sharing tools hinder collaborative analysis
R Kang, A Kane, S Kiesler
Proceedings of the 17th ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative …, 2014
Newcomers as active agents: Team receptivity to integrating vs. differentiating identity strategies
AA Kane, F Rink
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 6, 2011
Emotional contagion in online groups as a function of valence and status
AA Kane, LM Van Swol, IG Sarmiento-Lawrence
Computers in Human Behavior 139, 107543, 2023
Personnel movement as a mechanism for learning in organizations and teams
AA Kane, F Rink
The Oxford Handbook of Group and Organizational Learning, 2017
Using linguistic inquiry and word count software to analyze group interaction language data.
AA Kane, LM van Swol
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 2022
Conflict and change in teams: The innovative newcomer challenge
F Rink, A Kane, Aimee
Handbook of Conflict Management Research, 205-220, 2014
Onshore immigrant managers as boundary spanners on offshored projects: Partners or bosses
N Levina, A Kane
Ind. Studies Assoc. Annu. Conf., Chicago, IL, 2009
Superordinate social identity, knowledge demonstrability, and knowledge transfer across groups
AA Kane
Doctoral dissertatition, Carnegie Mellon University, 2004
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