Assistant Professor of Management
Office: Isenberg 344
M.Sc., Ph.D, Boston College
M.B.A., Boston University
B.A., Cornell University
Qualitative research methods
Walsh, I.J. & Bartunek, J.M. 2012. Rising from the ashes: Appreciating and fostering post-death organizing. Organizational Dynamics, 41: 89-98.
Walsh, I.J. & Bartunek, J.M. 2011. Cheating the Fates: Organizational foundings in the wake of demise. Academy of Management Journal, 54: 1017-1044. Selected as a finalist for the AMJ Best Paper of 2011 Award.
Walsh, I.J., Bhatt, M, & Bartunek, J.M. 2009. Creating organizational knowledge in the Chinese context. Management and Organization Review, 5: 261-278.
Walsh, I.J. & Glynn, M.A. 2008. The way we were: Legacy organization identity and the role of leadership. Corporate Reputation Review, 11: 262-276.
Bartunek, J.M., Huang, Z. & Walsh, I.J. 2008. The development of a process model of collective turnover. Human Relations, 61: 5-38. Recipient of 2008 Human Relations Best Paper Award.
Walsh, I.J. 2010. The Generativity of Doubt in Episodes of Organizational Change. In L.A. Toombs (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seventieth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643.
Chapters in Edited Volumes:
Walsh, I.J. & Bartunek, J.M. 2009. Rescue and recovery: The role of sensemaking and affect in experiences of organizational death. In K.D. Elsbach & B.A. Bechky (Eds.), Qualitative Organizational Research: Best Papers from the Davis Conference on Qualitative Research, Vol. II: 221-251. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Glynn, M.A. & Walsh, I.J. 2009. Finding the positive in positive organizational identities. In L. Morgan Roberts & J. E. Dutton (Eds.), Exploring Positive Identities and Organizations: Building a Theoretical and Research Foundation: 471-484. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Walsh, I.J. & Bartunek, J.M. 2007. Explicit Knowledge. In S. Clegg and J.M. Bailey (Eds.) International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies. London: Sage.