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Caroline Bartel

Department Chair

Department:     Management

Additional Titles:     Professor

Research Areas:     Collaboration, Managerial Group & Org Decision Making, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Identification Processes

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Professional Awards

Trammell/CBA Foundation Teaching Award for Assistant Professors, McCombs School of Business, The University of Texas



Academy of Management Conference Award, Organizational Behavior Division



Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks, Caroline A Bartel, Laura Rees, and Quy Huy. 2016. Assessing Collective Affect Recognition via the Emotional Aperture Measure. Cognition & Emotion 30(1), 117-133.


Nathanael J. Fast, Ethan R. Burris, and Caroline A Bartel. 2014. Managing to Stay in the Dark: Managerial Self-Efficacy, Ego Defensiveness, and the Aversion to Employee Voice. Academy of Management Journal 57(4), 1013-1034.


Caroline A Bartel and Batia M. Wiesenfeld. 2013. The Social Negotiation of Group Prototype Ambiguity in Dynamic Organizational Contexts. Academy of Management Review 38(4), 503-524.


Caroline A Bartel, A. Wrzesniewski, and B. Wiesenfeld. 2012. Knowing Where You Stand: Perceived Respect, Organizational Identification and Physical Isolation among Virtual Workers. Organization Science 23, 743-757.


Caroline A Bartel. 2011. Alexander S. Haslam, Stephen D. Reicher, and Michael J. Platow: The New Psychology of Leadership: Identity, Influence and Power. Administrative Science Quarterly 56(3), 477-479.


Raghu Garud, Roger Dunbar, and Caroline A Bartel. 2011. Dealing with Unusual Experiences: A Narrative Perspective on Organizational Learning. Organization Science 22(3), 587-601.


J. Sharek, Ethan R. Burris, and Caroline A Bartel. 2010. When Does voice Prompt Action? Constructing Ideas That Trigger Attention, Importance and Feasibility.. Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management.


Sanchez-Burks, J., Caroline A Bartel, and Blount, S. 2009. Performance in intercultural interactions at work: Cross-cultural differences in response to behavioral mirroring. Journal of Applied Psychology 94, 216-223.


Caroline A Bartel and Garud, R.. 2009. The role of narratives in sustaining organizational innovation. Organization Science 20, 107-117.


Caroline A Bartel, A. Wrzesniewski, and B. Wiesenfeld. 2007. Identifying from Afar: Communicating Organizational Membership in Remote Contexts, in Identity and the Modern Organization, C. A. Bartel, S. Blader, and A. Wrzesniewski, eds. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.


Caroline A Bartel, S. Blader, and A. Wrzesniewski, eds. 2007. Identity and the Modern Organization. Lawrence Erlbaum.


Wiesenfeld, B. M., Swann, W. B., Brockner, J., and Caroline A Bartel. 2007. Is more fairness always preferred? Self-esteem moderates reactions to procedural justice. Academy of Management Journal 50, 1235-1253.


Caroline A Bartel and F. Milliken. 2004. Perceptions Of Time In Work Groups: Do Members Develop Shared Cognitions About Their Temporal Demands?, in Research on Managing Groups and Teams, M. Neale, E. Mannix, and S. Blount, eds. Elsevier, Vol. 6, pp. 87-109.


Caroline A Bartel and R. Garud. 2003. Adaptive Abduction As a Mechanism for Generalizing from Narratives, in The Blackwell Handbook of Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management, M. Lyles and M. Easterby-Smith, eds. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 324-342.


F. Milliken, Caroline A Bartel, and T. Kurtzberg. 2003. Diversity and Creativity in Work Groups: A Dynamic Perspective on the Affective and Cognitive Processes That Link Diversity and Performance, in Group Creativity, P. B. Paulus and B. Nijstad, eds. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 32-62.


Caroline A Bartel and Garud, Raghu. 2003. Narrative Knowledge in Action: Adaptive Abduction as a Mechanism for Knowledge Creation and Exchange in Organizations. Blackwell Handbook of Organizational Learning & Knowledge Management 2003, 324-342.


G.S. Janicik and Caroline A Bartel. 2003. Talking About Time: Effects Of Temporal Planning And Temporal Norms On Group Coordination And Performance. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research and Practice 7(2), 122-134.


Caroline A Bartel. 2002. I Love New York, More Than Ever: Changes In People’s Identities As New Yorkers Following The World Trade Center Terrorist Attacks. Journal of Management Inquiry 11, 240-248.


Caroline A Bartel and J. E. Dutton. 2001. Ambiguous Organizational Memberships: Constructing Organizational Identities in Interactions with Others, in Social Identity Processes in Organizational Contexts, M. A. Hogg and D. Terry, eds. New York, NY: Psychology Press, 115-130.


Caroline A Bartel, R. Saavedra, and L. Van Dyne. 2001. Design Conditions for Learning in Community Service Contexts. Journal of Organizational Behavior 22, 367-385.


Caroline A Bartel. 2001. Social Comparisons in Boundary-Spanning Work: Effects of Community Outreach on Members’ Organizational Identity and Identification. Administrative Science Quarterly 46, 379-413.


Caroline A Bartel and R. Saavedra. 2000. The Collective Construction of Work Group Moods. Administrative Science Quarterly 45, 197-231.


R. Garud, R. Dunbar, and Caroline A Bartel. Dealing with unusual experiences: A narrative perspective on organizational learning. Organization Science 22(3), 587-601.