PUBLICATIONS: Books Published
  1. Boje, D.M., Brass, D.J. & Pondy, L. R., (Eds.), Managing II, Ginn Publishing, 521 pages, (1st Edition, 1976; 2nd Edition, 1977)
  2. Leavitt, H., Pondy, L. R. & Boje, D.M. (1989). Readings in Managerial Psychology, Chicago Press, 731 pages, 3rd Edition. [Sold over 100,000 copies; Cited 17 times as of 2/15/08]
  3. Leavitt, H., Pondy, L. R. & Boje, D.M., (1989). Readings in Managerial Psychology, Chicago Press, (4th Edition, 769 pages)
  4. Boje, D.M., Gephart, J. & Thatchenkery, T. 1996. Postmodern Management & Organizational Theory. 383 pages. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.[Cited 81 times as of 2/15/08]
    1. Book Review, Public Productivity & Management Review, 29(2): 1996: 204-212204-209, by Lisa Zanetti.
    2. Book Review, Business Today, Jun 24, 1996, p. 182.
    3. Book Review, Management Learning, p. 490-494 by Martin Parker. 1997.
    4. Feb 2012 - Sage has agreed toturn our book into an ebook
  5. Rosile, G.A. & Boje, D.M. 1996. Welcome to the Greenback Company: An Action Learning Organization, Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company. 105 pages.[Cited 10 times as of 2/15/08]
  6. Boje, D. M. (2001). Narrative Methods for Organizational and Communication Research. London: Sage. New Book that contains several analyses on Nike and Athletic Apparel narratives, and the concept of "antenarrative."http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/papers/what_is_antenarrative.htm  (on line book intro chapter) Sage [Cited 292 times as of 2/15/08] http://www.sagepub.co.uk/shopping/Detail.asp?id=9826 for U.S. pricing. See http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0761965874/qid=996760152/sr=2-3/104-5347482-9721540
  7. Boje, D. M. (forthcoming). Spectacles and Festivals of Organization: Managing Ahimsa Production and Consumption. sitting atHampton Press, contract accepted 2001 (book is due out in 2011), Pre-press version available on line until date of publication
  8. Brewis, Joanna; Linstead, Stephen; Boje, D. M.and; O`Sheam, Anthony (Eds). 2006. Passion of Organizing. Copenhagen Business School Press, Solbjergvej 3, DK-2000 Copenhagen F, Denmark. see book cover at http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/papers/Passion_of_organizing_cover.pdf
  9. Darsø, L., Meisiek S. and Boje, D. (Eds.). 2007 Thin Book of Organization Theatre. Learning Lab Denmark, The Danish University of Education. Illustration Silje Alberthe Kamille Friis. Click here to download on line version of the Thin Book
  10. Boje, D.M. & R. Dennehy. 1993/2008. Managing in the Postmodern World: America's Revolution Against Exploitation, Printing history: 2008 edition Charlotte, NC: Information Age Press; 1st & 2nd edition, Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing, 1993, 1994 349 pages. 1994 2nd Edition. Kendall Hunt Publisher. Instruction materials online at http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/mpw.html
  11. Boje, D. M. (2008). Storytelling Organizations. London: Sage. Instruciton materials available at http://stoyrtellingorganization.com Order on line from Amazon; read book review ; See pdf of 2009 published book review in Business World
  12. Boje, D. M. (2008, Ed). Critical Theory Ethics For Business and Public Administration (Charlotte, NC: Information Age Press). (accepted 2007).
  13. Yochanan Altman (London Metropolitan University), Frank Bournois (Université Paris (Pantheon-Assas)) and David Boje (New Mexico State University) Editor(s). (2008). Handbook of Managerial Psychology (3 Volumes); ISBN:  978-1-4129-4490-8; Publication date:  February, 2008; Publisher: SAGE Publications, London.
      1. Volume One: Individual Perspectives: The psychology of management and managing - leadership, personality, communication, teams (groups), careers, influencing and decision making, sense making, organizational behaviour
      2. Volume Two: Group and Meso Level Perspective: Managing the new workplace: psychological correlates - personality, well-being (stress, work life balance), comparative (cross cultural), gender and diversity, identity, personel development
      3. Volume Three: Organizational and Macro Level Perspectives: Managerial Psychology: theory and applications -epistemologies and methodologies, psychoanalysis, cognitive processes, psycholinguistics
  14. Boje, D. M. & Ken Baskin. (2010). The Dance of Story and complexity Charlotte, North Carolina: ISCE Publishing. ISBN 9780984216529 (296 pages), Emergent Publications Order Here; About authors & content
    SOFTBACK: $44.95
  15. David Boje (Editor), Bernard Burnes (Editor), John Hassard (Editor). ( 2011). The Routledge Handbook of Organisational Change. London: Routledge (proposal accepted 2008). Order at Amazon.ca
    1. Review - the Companion has been reviewed in the August edition of Choice magazine. This is what the reviewer had to say about the book:

      “For all its seriousness and density, this volume is not without a subversive sense of mirth, skewering management fads and fashion and modern consultants in one selection while also acknowledging the role of reverence in the workplace and the emergence of that space as an arena for spiritual meaning-making. Contributors to this expansive work examine organizational change as a phenomenon through multiple lenses, ranging from Kurt Lewin to feminist theory to an exploration of the professionals whose inner lives would be impacted by said change. The late cultural anthropologist Victor Turner (1964) is smiling down from heaven at the notion of liminality in organizations being discussed in this volume. For this reviewer, who cut her theoretical teeth on the works of editors Boje (New Mexico State Univ.) and Burnes and Hassard (both, Univ. of Manchester, UK), this compilation serves as an academic groupie's feast for the mind and soul. Summing Up: Highly recommended.”

  16. Boje, David M;, Adrian Carr; Philip Hancock. (2009).WORK AND ORGANIZATION: THE AESTHETIC DIMENSION - Written/Edited by: ISBN/ISSN 9780981703251 (212 pages), ISCE Publishing. Web site for Work and Organization book.
  17. David M. Boje (Editor). (2011).Storytelling and the Future of Organizations: An Antenarrative Handbook (Routledge Studies in Management, Organizations and Society) [Hardcover]; Authors & Table of Contents; Order Amazon $99.37

  18. Boje, D. M. (2014). Storytelling Organizational Practices: Managing in the Quantum Age. London: Routledge.
    • For more info on the book. Routledge May 2014; See Reviews of the book; DOWNLOAD sample of the book pdf
    • Jacket Cover Comments:
    • "The brothers James would be delighted with Storytelling: James, because of the weight given to the narrative, and Henry, because of the central place of pragmatist theory in this new David Boje’s book. Both would be happy to see the two united within a field unknown to them, that is, organization theory, and enlightened by placing the pragmatic storytelling in a new era. The contemporary readers, organisational theoreticians and practitioners alike, will be enriched by its broad historical perspective and rich imagination of its author." - Barbara Czarniawska (Sweden)
    • "“David Boje’s storytelling imagination burns with the fierce energy of a volcano generating more insights in a few pages than others display in whole volumes. Whether revisiting St George and the dragon or having dinner with Zygmunt Bauman, Boje delights, provokes, subverts and resurrects. His latest book is a must for every true lover of story, narrative and antenarrative!” - Yiannis Gabriel (UK).
    • On August 27 2014 (Wednesday, Boje (Management Department) will conduct a Teaching Academy session on ‘Teaching With Storytelling.’ The session is 3:30 to 5PM and has 25 signed up, thus far. It will be held in room 50, Milton Hall, and will be videotaped.
    • David Boje (Management Department). On August 27 (Wednesday) at 5PM, Barnes and Nobles is hosting a ‘book signing’ event for Boje’s new book, Storytelling Organizational Practices: Managing in the Quantum Age (NY/London: Routledge). See http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/655/FINAL_Book%20Signing_Boje_Poster[2].pdf
  19. Boje, D. M. and Henderson, T. (Eds.) 2014) Being Quantum: Ontological Storytelling in the Age of Antenarrative. UK: Cambridge Scholars Press.
  20. Boje, David M. editor (2015). Organizational Change and Global Standardization: Solutions to the Standards and Norms Overwhelming Organizations. London/NY: Routledge. http://www.amazon.com/Organizational-Change-Global-Standardization-Organizations/dp/1138797081
  21. Organizational Development and Change Theory: Managing Fractal Organizing ProcessesAvailable August 1st 2015
    by Tonya Henderson (Author),David M. Boje (Author) This book offers a fresh perspective on organizational development and change theory and practice. Building on their recent work in quantum storytelling theory and complexity theory, Henderson and Boje consider the implications of fractal patterns in human behavior with a view toward ethics in organization development for the modern world. Building on Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari’s (1987) ontology of multiple moving and intersecting fractal processes, the authors offer readers an understanding of how managing and organizing can be adapted to cope with the turbulence and complexity of different organizational situations and environments. They advocate a sustainable, co-creative brand of agency and introduce appropriate, simple tools to support organizational development practitioners. This book offers theory and research methods to management and organization scholars, along with praxis advice to practicing managers.
  22. Boje, D. M.; Sanchez, Mabel. (2017, Eds.). Quantum Storytelling Consulting Handbook. London: Emerald Press. Click here fore pre-press of PREFACE pdf. Chapter 1: Ensemble Leadership by Boje, D. M. Click here fore PDF
  23. Boje, D. M.; Sanchez, Mable (2017, Eds.). New Directions in Management and Organizational Inquiry: A history of Standing Conference for Management and Organizational Inquiry. London: Emerald Press.

Chapters in Books

  1. Boje, D.M. & Pondy, L., "The Experiential Learning Organization: An Alternative Way to Teach & Learn About Management & Organization," Chapter 15, pp. 467-521. In Boje, D.M., Brass, D.J. & Pondy, L. R., (Eds.), Managing II, Ginn Publishing, 521 pages, (1st Edition, 1976; 2nd Edition, 1977)
  2. Boje, D.M., Brass, D. & Pondy, L., "Metaphors, Dancing Partners & Case Episodes as Training Exercises in the Art of Organizational Theorizing," Chapter 1, pp. 12-18. In Boje, D.M., Brass, D.J. & Pondy, L. R., (Eds.), Managing II, Ginn Publishing, 521 pages, (1st Edition, 1976; 2nd Edition, 1977) click here for pdf of the chapter
  3. Pondy, L. & Boje, D.M. 1980."Bringing Mind Back In: Paradigm Development as a Frontier Problem in Organizational Theory," pp. 83-101, in Frontiers in Organization & Management, Williams Evan (Ed.), Praeger Publishers: New York.
  4. Boje, D.M. & Ulrich, D. 1985. "The Qualitative Side of Leadership: What Leaders Can Learn from Ethnographers," pp. 302-318, in Frontiers in Leadership & Organization, R. Tannenbaum, F. Massarik, & N. Margulies (Eds.), Jossey Bass,
  5. Boje, D.M., "Making a Horse Out of a Camel: A Contingency Model for Managing the Problem Solving Process in Groups," Chapter 8, pp. 220-241. Reprinted in Readings in Managerial Psychology, Leavitt, Pondy & Boje, D.M., Chicago Press, 445-470 (1980)..
  6. Boje, D.M. & Wolfe, T., "Transorganizational Development: Contributions to Theory & Practice," pp. 733-753.Leavitt, H., Pondy, L. R. & Boje, D.M., Readings in Managerial Psychology, Chicago Press.
  7. Boje, D.M., Fedor, D.B. & K. M. Rowland, "La creazione del mito: un passo avanti qualitativo negli interventi di Sviluppo Organizzativo," pp. 135-152, in Sviluppo Organizzativo: Stato dell'arte e nuove prospettive, C. Piccardo (Ed.), Guerini e Associati s.r.l.: Milano, Italy, 1991 (refer to journal article #4). This is a book in Italian that has our names on the cover, but the content is a translation of an article which I published below in Journal of Applied Behavioral Science.
  8. Boje, D.M., Vance, C. & Stage, D. "A Discriminant Analysis of Cross Cultural Differences in Management Styles for Five Asian Countries." In Swanson, Alkhafaji & M. Ryan (Eds.) The Dilemma of Globalization: Emerging Strategic Concerns in International Business, Vol. 1 of International Research in the Business Disciplines. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1992.
  9. Boje, D.M. 1996. "Management Education is a Panoptic Cage: Disciplining the Student & Faculty Bodies." In Re-thinking Management Education. C. Grey & R. French (Eds.), London: Sage International.
  10. Boje, D.M. 1996. "Lessons from Premodern and Modern for Postmodern Management" In Constituting Management: Markets, Meanings & Identities. G. Palmer & S. Clegg (Eds.), pp. 329-345, New York: De Gruyter.
  11. Boje, D.M. 1997 "From Outcast to Postmodern Radical." In Researchers Hooked on Teaching: Noted Scholars Discuss the Synergies of Teaching and Research. Pp. 78-92. Peter Frost & Rae Andre (Eds.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  12. Boje, D.M., Fitzgibbons, D. & Steingard, D. "Storytelling at Administrative Science Quarterly: Warding off the Postmodern Barbarians." In Postmodern Management & Organization Theory, pp. 60-94. D. Boje, R. Gephart & T. Thatchenkery (Eds.), Sage Publications, 1996.
  13. Rosile, G.A. & Boje, D. "Pedagogy for the Postmodern Management Classroom: Greenback Company." In Postmodern Management & Organization Theory, pp. 225-250. D. Boje, R. Gephart & T. Thatchenkery (Eds). Sage Publications, 1996.
  14. Gephart, R. P., Jr., Boje, D. & Thatchenkery, T. "Postmodern Management and the Coming Crises of Organizational Analysis." In Postmodern Management & Organization Theory, pp. 1-20. D. Boje, R. Gephart & T. Thatchenkery (Eds.). Sage Publications, 1996.
  15. Gephart, R. P., Jr., Thatchenkery, T. & Boje, D. "Reconstructing Organizations for Future Survival." In Postmodern Management & Organization Theory, pp. 358-364. D. Boje, R. Gephart & T. Thatchenkery (Eds.). Sage Publications, 1996.
  16. Boje, D. M. In. Gallos, J.V., Ramsey, V.J. & Associates. 1996. "Storytelling about my life in public housing." Excerpts throughout. In Teaching Diversity: Listening to the Soul, Speaking from the Heart, pp. 15, 36, 50, 64, 73, 87, 98, 123, 162, 168, 196, 201, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  17. Boje, D. M. "An examination of the transferability of traditional performance appraisal principals across cultural boundaries" To appear in Herb Davis and Bill Schultz (Eds). National Culture and International Management in East Asia. Expected early 1997.
  18. Boje, D.M. 1997. "From Outcast to Postmodern Radical." In Researchers Hooked on Teaching: Noted Scholars Discuss the Synergies of Teaching and Research, pp 78-92. Peter Frost & Rae Andre (Eds.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  19. Boje, D.M. "Organizations as Storytelling Networks: A Study of Story Performance in an Office-Supply Firm," Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 36, 1991: 106-126.
    • * Reprinted in Organizational Psychology, Vol. III. Philip Stone and Mark Cannon (Eds.). Hamshire: Ashgate Publishing. Expected, December, 1997.
  20. Boje, D.M. 1996. "Management Education is a Panoptic Cage: Disciplining the Student & Faculty Bodies." In Re-thinking Management Education. C. Grey & R. French (eds.), London: Sage International.
  21. Boje, D.M. 1996. "Lessons from Premodern and Modern for Postmodern Management." In Constituting Management: Markets, Meanings & Identities. G. Palmer & S. Clegg (eds.), pp. 329-345, New York: DeGruyter.
  22. Boje, D. M. and Landrum, N. (2001) Kairos: Strategies Just in Time in Asian Athletic Footwear Industry."  To appear in Usha C.V. Haley (ed.) in Post-crisis Corporate Strategies in Asia.
  23. Rosile, G.A. & D. M. Boje, (2000) "A postmodern service-learning pedagogy: The story of the Greenback Company." Pp 69-87 in Paul C. Godfrey & Edward T. Grasso (Eds.) Working for the Common Good: concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Management. Washington D.C.: American Association For Higher Education.
  24. Boje, David M. "Nike, Greek Goddess of Victory or Cruelty? Women's Stories of Asian Factory Life." JOCM 1998 publication (see refereed journal section) was to have been picked up as a book chapter for Usha C.V. Haley (Ed.) Perspectives on Asian Management. Note & Update: After discussion with the editor & publisher, I elected to substitute a new chapter for the JOCM article reprint. The new chapter in the prior with co-authoriship by Nancy Landrum is to appear in "Asian Post-Crises Management - Corporate and Governmental Strategies for Sustainable Competitive Advantage." While this does not count for 1999, I wanted to keep the record accurate.
  25. Landrum, Nancy & Boje, David M. 1999. Book chapter, "Nike's Kairos: Strategic posturing over the past decade," to appear in David Andrews & Cheryl Cole's (Eds.) NikeNation anthology: Technologies of an American sign. Editors Andrews & Cole are talking with the University of Minnesota Press, but haven't signed a contract. Anticipated publication 14 months from now. Note: While the chapter itself is accepted, publication depends upon acceptance of the overall project by the publisher.
  26. Boje, D. M. 2000. "Approaches to the Study of Spiritual Capitalism (Another View)." Pp. xxv-xxxii in Jerry Biberman & Michael D. Whitty (Eds.) "Work & Spirit." Scranton, IL: University of Scranton Press. At http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/conferences/IntrotoSpiritualCapitalism.html
  27. Boje, D. M. 2000. "Festivalism at work: Toward Ahimsa in production and consumption. Pp. 77-94 in  Jerry Biberman & Michael D. Whitty (Eds.) "Work & Spirit." Scranton: University of Toronto Press. pre-publication draft At http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/papers/Festivalism_at_Work.html;
    1. Reprinted: Boje, D. M. 2007. Festivalism at work: Toward Ahimsa in Production and Consumption. Pp 93-110 in Jerry Biberman & Michael D. Whitty (Eds.) At Work: Spirituality Matters. Scranton, PA/London: University of Scranton Press.
  28. Boje, D. M. (2001) Organizational symbolism. International Encyclopedia of Business and management. Second Edition. Edited by Malcolm Warner. Pp. 5092-5099. London: Thompson Learning, Berkshire House. Note: this is a 4,000 word scholarly review article, part of a five volume edition. This is a major scholarly publication since it includes pieces from scholars selected for their visibility & grasp of particular fields. The article "Organizational symbolism" has been reprinted in a book titled "Organization" edited by Arndt Sorge. London: Thompson Learning, Berkshire House, pp. 358-367.
  29. Boje, David M. (2001) Chapter 7: Spectacle and Inter-Spectacle in The Matrix and Organization Theory. In Parker, Martin, Geoff Lightfoot, Matthew Higgins and Warren Smith (eds.) Science Fiction and Organization, London: Routledge. pp. 101-122. Pre-publication draft at http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/papers/spectacle_and_inter.html
  30. Boje, D. M.  (2003) Using narrative and Telling Stories. Chapter in Management and Language. Pp. 54-66 in David Holman and Richard Thorpe (Eds.) Sage. http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/papers/Practical Author narrating and telling.htm
  31. Boje. D. M. (2002) Chapter 21 Organizational Symbolism, pp. 360-370, In Arndt Sorge (Ed.) Organization. Australia/US: Thomson Learning.
  32. Boje, D. & N. Landrum (2002). Human Resource Management and the Apparel Industry. Chapter accepted for a book on HR edited by Art Whatley
  33. Boje, David M., Alvarez, Rossana C. & Schooling, Bruce. (2001). Reclaiming story in organization: Narratologies and action sciences. In R. Westwood and S. Linstead (Eds.) The language of organization, pp. 132-175, Sage Publications: London. See pdf of chpater
  34. Boje, D. M. (2003) Qualimetrics Contributions to Research Methodology: Preface to RECHERCHE EN SCIENCES DE GESTION: OBSERVER LOBJET COMPLEXE APPROACHE QUALIMETRIQUE by Henri Savall and Ve?Lronique Zardet, Lyon 3 & ISEOR, June 19, 2003; Revised June 26, 2003  http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/papers/Qualimetrics_preface_Boje.htm
  35. Boje, D. M. (2004). Chapter 12: Protest and Activism: Standing-up for Peace and Civil Liberties in New Mexico Under Homeland Security and The U.S.A. PATRIOT Acts David Boje. In Social Justice in These Times. Pp. 235-264 In Jim ODonnell, Marc Pruyn & Rudolfo Chavez (eds.). State University. Forthcoming from Information Publishing, Greenwich, CT.
  36. Boje, D. M.; Cai, Y.; Thomas, E. 2007 (publication date). Chapter: Regenerating McDonaldland: A Play of Grotesque Humor. Play accepted as part of a book chapter, Humour, Organisation and Work. (Eds) Robert Westwood (University of Queensland Business School) &Carl Rhodes (University of Technology Sydney). Book project is under review. Accepted 2004.
  37. Boje, D. M. 2004. Vegetarian Capitalism. Chapter for Shaun Chapman (ed.) book on ethics; it is a condensation and addendum to a talk presented at the First Asian Vegetarian Congress in Goa, India, October 14 to 20th, 2001. Pre-publication draft available at http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/Veggie_Club/papers/Vegetarian_Capitalism_book_chapter.htm
  38. David M. Boje and Grace Ann Rosile. 2006. "Death, terror and addiction in motivation theory" Pp. 65-92 (chapter 2) in Joanna Brewis, Stephen Linstead, David Boje and Anthony O`Shea (Eds). 2006.  Passion of Organizing. Copenhagen Business School Press, Solbjergvej 3, DK-2000 Copenhagen F, Denmark.  Pre-Publication draft available at http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/papers/Death_Terror_Motivation_Book_Chapter.htm   And see book cover at http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/papers/Passion_of_organizing_cover.pdf  
  39. Boje, D. M. 2007.Chapter 13 Living Story: From Wilda to Disney, pp.330-354. Handbook of Narrative Inquiry: Mappng a New Methodology. Edited by Jean Clandinin, London: Sage. (11,000 words). draft available at http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/690 click annotated references.
  40. Boje, D. M. 2008 (accepted 2005) Spin. Pp. 203-212 In Sage Handbook of New and Emerging Approaches to Management & Organization. Edited by David Barry & Hans Hansen (London: Sage). (8,000 words). - Click here for pre-press pdf
  41. Boje, D. M. 2005. Antenarrative. The Sage Dictionary of Qualitative Management Research: London (2,500 words). draft available at http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/690 click annotated references
  42. Boje, D. M. 2005 Storytelling. The Sage Dictionary of Qualitative Management Research. Richard Thorpe &
    Robin Holt (Eds)
    : London ISBN: 9781412935289 (2,500 words). draft available at http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/690 click annotated references
  43. Boje, D. M. 2005 Dialectic. The Sage Dictionary of Qualitative Management Research. Richard Thorpe &
    Robin Holt (Eds)
    : London ISBN: 9781412935289 (2,500 words). draft available at http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/690 click annotated references
  44. Boje, D. M. 2005 Dialogic. The Sage Dictionary of Qualitative Management Research. Richard Thorpe & Robin Holt (Eds) : London ISBN: 9781412935289 (2,500 words). draft available at http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/690 click annotated references
  45. Boje, D. M. 2007. Chapter 17: Globalization Antenarratives. Pp. 505-549 in Albert Mills, Jeannie C. Helms-Mills & Carolyn Forshaw (Eds). Organizational Behavior in a Global Context. Toronto: Garamond Press (accepted 2005). Click here for older version of this chapter. here is better formatted pdf version
  46. Boje, D. M. & Cai, Yue. 2005. The Manufacture of Identity (s) in Globalization and Localization of McDonald’s. In Discourse Theory and Cultural Analysis edited by Nico Carpentier and Erik Spinoy. Sage.
  47. Boje, D. M. & Hillon, Mark. 2008. Transorganizational Development, Chapter 34, pp. 651-654, inTom Cummings (Ed) Handbook of Organizational Change. Sage. See book link Click here for pre-publication draft of chapter pdf
  48. Boje, D. M. & Landrum, Nancy. 2005. Human Resource Management and the Apparel Industry. For Art Whatley (ed) textbook in Human Relations (we are waiting for the published version).
  49. Rosile, Grace Ann & David M. Boje. 2002. Restorying and postmodern organization theatre: Consultation in the storytelling organization. Chapter 15, pp. 271-290 in Ronald R. Sims (Ed.) Changing the Way We Manage Change. Wesport, CONN/London: Quorum Books. Click here for pre-publication pdf
  50. Boje, D. M. 2005. Chapter 25: Beyond Open Systems Models of Organization, introduciton to Pondy's classic article. pp. 467-498, In Kurt, A Richardson, David Snowden, Peter, M Allen (Eds) Emergence: Complexity & Organization. ISCE Publishing. See online searchable text at Amazon.
  51. Boje, D. M. 2007. The Antenarrative Cultural Turn in Narrative Studies. Pp. 219-238 in Mark Zachry & Charlotte Thralls (Eds.) Communicative Practices in Workplaces and the Professions: Cultural Perspectives on the Regulation of Discouse and Organizations.) Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Accepted 2003 View pre-publication PFD.
  52. Boje, D. M.; Hillon, M. E., & Cai, Y. 2007. Small Business Consulting in New Mexico: The Theatre of Socio-Economic Intervention Research. Accepted for publication (Nov 20 2006). Pp. 215-227 in Anthony F. Bruno & Henri Savall (eds.) Socio-economic Intervention in Organizations: The intervener-researcher and the SEAm approach to organizational analysis. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. View draft at http://peaceaware.com/papers/Boje_Hillon_Cai_SEAM_chapter_06.pdf
  53. Schipper, F. & Boje., D. M. (2008). Transparency, integrity and openness: The Nike example. In A. Scherer and G. Palazzo (Eds), Edward Elgar Handbook or Research on Corporate Citizenship (pp. 501-526). Cheltenham Glos UK: Edward Elgar Publishers. Click here for pdf pre-publication version
  54. Boje, D. M.; Rosile, G. A..; & Gardner, C. L. 2007. "Antenarratives, Narratives and Anaemic Stories" Chapter 4, pp. 30-45, Storytelling in Management, Editors: Ms. Nasreen Taher and Ms. Swapna Gopalan, Publisher: The Icfai University Press, India, First Edition: 2007 (Note: was based upon Paper presented in Showcase Symposium, Academy of Management,. Mon Aug 9 2004 in New Orleans). See conference version.
  55. Boje, D. M. 2007. Another view: Approaches to the study of spiritual/religiosity capitalism. Pp. xxi- xxviii in Jerry Biberman & Michael D. Whitty (Eds.) At Work: Spirituality Matters. Scranton, PA/London: University of Scranton Press.
  56. Boje, D. M. 2007. Postmodernism (defined). To apprear in Yiannis Gabriel (ed). Thesaurus for Organization Studies. London: Oxford University Press (1,000 words). Pre-publication version pdf at http://peaceaware.com/vita/paper_pdfs/Postmodernism defined - Boje final after edits Sept 5 2007.pdf
  57. Boje, D. M. 2008. Storytelling. pp. 1454-1458 In Stewart R. Clegg & James R. Bailey (Eds) International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Volume 4. Sage: London. Pre-publication version
  58. Boje, D. M. 2008. Exploitation. pp. 494-498 In Stewart R. Clegg & James R. Bailey (Eds.) International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Volume 2. Sage: London. Pre-publication version
  59. Boje, D. M. 2008. Chapter 10:  Critical Theory approaches to Spirituality in Business. In Biberman, Jerry & Tischler, Len (Eds), Spirituality in Business:  Theory, Practice and Future Directions. Palgrove-McMillan Press Pre-publication pdf
  60. Boje, D. M.& Henry Larsen. 2007. Ethics in Organisational Theatre – two perspectives. chapter 3 pp. 33-44 In Darsø, L., Meisiek S. and Boje, D. (Eds.). Thin Book of ORGANISATIONAL THEATRE. Text and photo © 2007 Learning Lab Denmark, The Danish University of Education. Illustration © 2007 Silje Alberthe Kamille Friis. Click here to download on line version of the Thin Book
  61. Boje, D. M.and Khadija Al-Arkoubi 2008.Critical Management Education Beyond the Siege. Chapter 6 draft dated February 11, 2008. Accepted Oct 5 2008 , pp. 104-125 in Handbook of Management Learning, Education and Development (Sage). Editors: Steve Armstrong & Cynthia Fukami. See chapter draft pdf. more recent pdf version
  62. Boje, D. M. & Usha C. V. Haley. 2008. Strategy and Critical Theory Ethics. Chapter for Boje, D. M. (ed) Critical Theory Ethics For Business and Public Administration (Charlotte, NC: Information Age Press). See pre-press chapter draft pdf.
  63. Boje, D. M.. 2008. Story Ethics. Chapter for Boje, D. M. (ed) Critical Theory Ethics For Business and Public Administration (Charlotte, NC: Information Age Press). See pre-press chapter draft pdf..
  64. Boje, D. M.. 2008. Contributions of Crtitical Theory Ethics For Business and Public Administration. Chapter for Boje, D. M. (ed) Critical Theory Ethics For Business and Public Administration (Charlotte, NC: Information Age Press). See pre-press chapter draft pdf
  65. Boje, D. M. 2008. Narrative Analysis. In Mills, Albert J.; Durepos, Gabrielle; & Wiebe, Elden (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Case Study Research. CA: Sage. See pre-press chapter draft pdf.
  66. Boje, D. M. & Rosile, G.A. 2008. Storytelling. In Mills, Albert J.; Durepos, Gabrielle; & Wiebe, Elden (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Case Study Research. CA: Sage. See pre-press chapter draft pdf.
  67. Anna Linda Musacchio Adorisio and David M. Boje. 2008.(Oct2 2008 - pending final acceptance). "Cowboy and Wild West Myths in Community and Franchise Banking of the Southwestern United States". Chapter for Rodolphe Ocler (ed) "Semantic and organizations: Myths, fantasms, unsaid and misunderstanding,?h published by l'Harmattan (France). Max Alain Guenette is the series editor. See pre-press draft pdf.
  68. Tyler, Jo A. & D. M. Boje. 2008. (Accepted Aug 2008) Sorting The Relationship of Tacit Knowledge to Story and Narrative Knowing. Dariusz Jemielniak, Leon Kozminski and Jerzy Kociatkiewicz (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Knowledge-Intensive Organizations, to be published by Information Science Reference (formerly Idea Group Reference), an imprint of Idea Group Inc., www.idea-group-ref.com, in 2008. Click here for pre-press pdf
  69. Boje, D. M. 2009. Contributions of Free-to-the-Public Webpages to Liberatory Education. Accepted Jan 1 2009. To appear in “Working for Inclusion: Positive Experiences from Academics Across the World,” Edward Elgar Publishing, Saija Katila, Susan Meriläinen, & Janne Tienari, (Eds). The chapter is for part II of the book: "Setting examples and reworking pedagogy". see prepress PDF version
  70. David M. Boje, Alison Pullen, Carl Rhodes and Grace Ann Rosile. 2009. The Virtual Leader. Chapter #38 to appear in Bryman, A., Collinson, D., Grint, K., Jackson, B. and Uhl-Bien, M. (Eds.) The Sage Handbook of Leadership. Click here for pre-press version. Expected publication in 2011.
  71. Boje, D. M. 2009. Theorizing after the postmodern
    Chapter 28: completed Jun 22 2009. To appear in Catherine Cassell & Bill Lee (Eds.) Challenges and Controversies in Management Research. Routledge Advances in Management and Business Studies series; projected publication date is the latter part of 2009. 6000 words - prepublication pdf
  72. Boje, D. M. 2009. Foreword. pp. x-xiii, in Anna Linda Musacchio Adorisio's Storytelling in Organization:From Theory to Empirical Research, London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  73. Book chapter - 2010 English verion - Ethics and Wings of Tetranormalization The French version of the book chapter: L’éthique et les ailes de la tétranormalisation : Proposition ontologique du réalisme agentiel. David M. Boje and Grace Ann Rosile
  74. Reprtinted in 2011 in the book: Leadership     
    Editor(s): David Collinson, Keith Grint and Brad Jackson
    ISBN: 978-0-85702-144-1; Publication date: March, 2011, Sage Publications, Limited.; Boje, D. M., & Rhodes, C. (2005b). The Virtual Leader Construct: The Mass Mediatization and Simulation of Transformational Leadership. Leadership Journal, Vol 4 (1): 407-428. http://peaceaware.com/McD/papers/Fast_Food_Virtual_Leadership _Boje_Rhodes.pdf
  75. Boje, D. M.; Gladsone, J. 2010. Academic Storytelling Consultancy Supporting a Local Arts Scene: an Agential Realist and Socio-Economic Approach to Management Perspective. Accepted October 27, 2010. Preparing Better Consultants: The Role of Academia (edited by Susan Adams and Alberto Zanzi). Publisher: Information Age Publishing: Charlotte, NC.
  76. Boje, D. M.; Gladstone, J. 2010. Ethics of Storytelling Answerability for Leadership and Change. Chapter in the Routledge book 'Organizational Change, Leadership and Ethics' (forming part of the series 'Understanding Organizational Change'. Editors Bernard Burnes and Rune Todnem. Accepted Septemer 15 2010.
  77. Boje, D. M.; Tourani, Nazanin. 2010. The Agential Materiality of Storytelling: Some Consequences for Posthumanist Material World. Accepted Nvember, 10 2010. Chapter in Dariusz J. (ed). Qualitative Methods. PWN, the leading Polish publisher of academic books.. 30 pages.
  78. Boje, D. M.; Durant, Ivy; Coppedge, Krisha; Marcillo, Marilu; & Chambers, Ted. (2011).. Social Materiality: A New Direction in Change Management and Action Research. Chapter in The Routledge Companion to Organizational Change, Edited by David Boje, Bernard Burnes, John Hassard * ISBN: 978-0-415-55645-3. Accepted November 10, 2010. Expected Publish Date: May 31st 2011.
  79. Boje, D. M.; Tonya Wakefield. 2011. Emergence and Systemicity in Organizational Change. Chapter in The Routledge Companion to Organizational Change, Edited by David Boje, Bernard Burnes, John Hassard * ISBN: 978-0-415-55645-3. Accepted November 10, 2010. Expected Publish Date: May 31st 2011.
  80. Boje, D. M. 2011. Introduction to Agential Antenarratives That Shape the
    Future of Organizations. Chapter in Storytelling and the Future of Organizations: An Antenarrative Handbook, edited by D. M. Boje. Price: $130.00. ISBN: 978-0-415-87391-8 ; expected Publish Date: December 21st 2010
  81. Boje, D. M. 2011. Postscript: An Antenarrative Theory of Socioeconomic in Intervention Research. Chapter in Storytelling and the Future of Organizations: An Antenarrative Handbook, edited by D. M. Boje. Price: $130.00. ISBN: 978-0-415-87391-8 ; expected Publish Date: December 21st 2010
  82. Boje, D. M. 2011. Sage Major Works in Organizational Discourse Studies (book edited by David Grant) the chapter is a republication of Boje's, Academy of Management Journal article, 'Stories of the Storytelling Organization: A Postmodern Analysis of Disney as “Tamara-Land”' for publication in the January, in Volume II (Methodology), Chapter 22.
  83. Critical Postmodern: the Antenarrative wagering of Native American Indians under Material Conditions of Intercultural Multiplicity. Chapter by Grace Ann Rosile and David Boje
    February 13, (2011). In Marlene Marchiori (ed) Faces of Cultures and Communication. Brazil: Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Cientifico e Tecnológico no diretório dos Grupos de Pesquisa do Brasil. Click for pre-press version.
  84. Boje, D. M.; Driver, Michela; and Cai, Yue. (2012).Fiction and humor in transforming McDonald's narrative Strategies by David Boje, Michaela Driver and Yue Cai has been accepted for the new book by Carl Rhodes & Simon Littley (Eds.), "Organizations and Popular Culture: Information, Representation and Transformation".  The chapter was accepted Aug 24 2011. The book, which will come out in 2012, brings together a series of papers previously published in the journal Culture and Organization - these papers have been selected as the best contributions to the journal that explore the relationships between popular culture and organizations. Note: Yue Cai is an assistant professor of strategy at University of Central Missouri, and did her Ph.D. in the Management Department.
  85. Boje, D. M. Story (Narrative). Encylopedia of Managment Theory. Marc Kessler (Ed). London: Sage. Accepted Jan 2012. Click here for pre-press version.
  86. Boje, David M.; & Gladstone, J. (2011). ‘Academic storytelling consultancy supporting a local arts scene: An agential realist and socioeconomic approach to management perspective.   Pp. 165-184 in Susan Adams and Alberto Louis Zanzi (Eds). Preparing Better Consultants: The Role of Academia. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Press. Click here for pre-publication draft.
  87. Boje, D. M.; Saylors, R. (2012).Varieties of Storytelling Genres and Methods at the 2012 PROS Conference. Chapter to Appear in the Narrative and Language Perspectives on Process Studies, edited book by Hari Tosoukas. PDF Draft - December 16 2012
  88. Rosile, G. A.; Boje, D. M. (2013). Índios americanos: uma análise antenarrativa de narrativa através de culturas
    Pp. 65-88 in Marlene Marchiori (ed.) FACES DA CULTURA E DA COMUNICAÇÃO - VOLUME HISTÓRIA E MEMÓRIA. Faces of Organizational Culture and Communication published in portuguese. he chapter deals with History and Memory on relation to ante narratives and narratives of Native American tribal cultures. Rosile and Boje are from Universidade do Estado do Novo México, EUA Chapter accepted Dec 20 2012, to be published in 2013. Here is english version pre-press draft pdf
  89. David Boje, Melissa Cast, Rohny Saylors, and Grace Ann Rosile (2013), all of the Management Department, have had their book chapter “Restorying a Hard Day’s Work” accepted March 11 2013 for publication in the book series Research on Occupational Stress and Well-Being, in the volume on Emotions in the Workplace, which is edited by Jonathon Halbesleben. The authors connect leader-member-exchange theory with emotional contagion to explain how emotions may be “restoried” or changed to help the individual to manage emotional stress at work. The “restorying” concept was developed by Rosile and Boje previously, as a storytelling model of individual and organizational change. This chapter extends the application of restorying as a change process.
  90. Landrum, N., Gardner, C., & Boje, D. (in press). An integral foundation for international strategic management. In Pirson, M. & Lupton, N. (Eds.), Humanistic Perspectives on International Business and Management. NY: Palgrave Macmillan Publishers.Our chapter was accepted May 7th, 2013 in the book on humanistic management in an international context. In our master plan, this was the second paper in our conceptual development (first paper was the Landrum & Gardner 2012 integral theory of the firm article, this was the next paper which was more narrow in scope and showed how AQAL is applied to strategic management, and the last paper was the practical example that we just published in the 2013 Journal of Values-Based Leadership.
  91. Boje, D. M. and Saylors, R. (2013). Quantum Storytelling: An Ontological Perspective on Process. François Cooren, Eero Vaara, Ann Langley, Haridimos Tsoukas (Eds.) Language and Communication @ Work: Discourse, Narrativity and Organizing. London: Oxford University Press. Abstract: The purpose of this chapter is to bring the reader from the present state of storytelling research to the cutting edge of process theory in storytelling. Most importantly, this brings to the surface quantum storytelling. We do this by outlining a three part model of the quantum storytelling process: Empiric Stories, Epistemic Narratives, and Ontological Living Stories; each connected to one-another through the antenarrative process. If these concepts are novel do not worry, we will define them as we go through. We further develop the ontological by delving in to eleven Ds that are manifestations of the ontological. This is a contribution both in terms of advancing narrative analysis and in elucidating the processual dimensions of narrative and storytelling research, thus adding to the conversation surrounding process organization studies.Click here for pre-press pdf.
  92. Boje,David M.; Helmuth, Catherine A.; Saylors, Rohny. (2013). " Cameo: spinning authentic leadership living stories of the self." Pp. 271-278 in Donna Ladkin and Chellie Spiller (Eds.) Authentic Leadership: Clashes, Convergences and Coalescences. Chetenham, UK Northhamton Mass. USA: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. Accepted for publication May 16 2013 Click here for pre-press pdf
  93. Boje, D. M.; Massoud, Jacob A. (2013). Determining environmental values: storytelling at BP. pp. 68-77 in Jack Appleton (ed.) Values in Sustanable Development. London/NY: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group.
  94. David M. Boje, New Mexico State University , Marita Svane, Aalborg University Denmark, Tonya Henderson, Gly Solutions LLC, and Hank B. Strevel Critical Corporate Social Responsibility in Tamara-Land: The Role of Tetranormalizing Fractal. Book chapter for a Springer collection, Rodolphe Ocler (ed.). See pdf draft
  95. Boje, D. m.; Henderson, Tonya. (2015). 'Fostering awareness of fractal patterns in organizations.'In Bernard Burnes, Julian Randal Perspectives on Change: What Academics, Consultants and Managers Really Think About Change. London/NY: Routldedge. Available on line Amazon chapter preview
  96. Marita Svane (Aalborg University), Erika Gergerich (New Mexico State University), David M. Boje (New Mexico State University) Fractal Change Management and Counternarrative in Cross-Cultural Change. Chapter 6, in Organizations and Counter-narrative Book, London: Routledge, Counter-Narratives and Organization, edited by Timothy KuhnMariann Wolff Lundholt,Sanne FrandsenClick for pre-press PDF or this one" ABSTRACT "In this chapter, we present two case studies to explore the ways fractals operate in relation to counternarrative in order to accomplish cross-cultural change.  It is our contention that the interplay between a dominant cultural narrative and the many less known counter narratives is played out at the level of the antenarrative pattern. An antenarrative has been widely studied as the beforeness of narrative coherence, and the many possible alternative bets on the future beyond just those of the narrative plot. Recently, the antenarrative concepts of beneath, between, and becoming have been suggested as working within the narrative and counternarrative dynamic. Our contribution lies in developing an understanding of the subterranean ‘fractal’ patterns between antenarratives out of which narratives and counternarratives interplay is affected. We develop a fractal analytic theory of and methods for understanding this dynamic interplay in its cross-cultural sociality. Fractals are iterating patterns that occur across different scalabilities, such as from micro to macro. The two cases we develop are firstly the cross-cultural aspects of a merger, and secondly, the cross-cultural dynamics of homeless and home-full in American society. The culture of homelessness and its cross-cultural dynamics has not been studied previously from a counternarrative, fractal, or antenarrative perspectives."
  97. Boje, D. M. (2015). Change Solutions to the Norms and Standards Overwhelming Organizations: An Introduction to 'Fractal' WIngs of' Tetranormalizing.' Pp. 1-29 in Boje (ed.) Organizational Change and Global Stanardization: Solutions to the Standards and Norms Overwhelming Organizations. London/NY: Routledge
  98. Boje, D. M. (in press) “Global Capitalism is Unsustainable", PREFACE to the Savall, Péron, Zardet & Bonnet book Socially Responsible Capitalism" London: ROutledge. Click here for pdf And click here for the final version of the Preface
  99. Boje, D. M. (in press). Crises of Pedagogy in McUniversity: A Pragmatist-Storytelling Contribution to Joe Kincheloe’s Critical Ontology. Dec 1 2-16Accepted for Publication in  Hans Jansen (ed.) ‘Post Formalism, Pedagogy Lives: as inspired by Joe Kincheloe’.Publisher Peter Lang. Abstract: Joe Lyons Kincheloe (1950-2008) turned critical pedagogy form ‘social construction’ to ‘critical constructivism,’ to ‘post-formalism,’ to ‘critical postmodern theory,’ and finally to ‘critical ontology.’ He co-founded the Paulo and Nita Freire International Project for Critical Pedagogy at McGill University. The purpose of this chapter is to not just explicate the important transitions from social construction to critical transitions, but to contribute a pragmatist-storytelling reading and extension of his work to a critique of contemporary McUniversity. Kincheloe’s (2007: 898) last line of his seminal essay in the Praeger Handbook of Education and Psychology states, “It will be fascinating to watch where a critical ontology can take us in the coming years.”  I will assert that ‘critical ontology’ is one of Kincheloe’s unfinished projects for understanding and changing McUniversity.  Is it possible to break free of McUniversity? I will argue that without a critical pedagogy and rigorous pragmatic-storytelling approach, McUniversity will continue to spread and intensify its erosion of faculty and student academic freedom, ending in the complete state and corporate-controlled conformance to conservative and fundamentalist ideological agendas.  See pdf pre-press version.
  100. Robert Smith and David Boje (2017). Visualizing Bill Gates and Richard Branson as comic book heroes: An examination of the role of cartoon and caricature in the parodization of the entrepreneurial persona. Pp. 58-82 in Thomas N. Duening and Matthew L. Metzger, Entrepreneurial Identity: The Process of Becoming an Entrepreneur. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.
  101. Sntonen, Teppo; Auvinen, Tommi; Boje, D. M. (2017) Storiosis – a framework for organizational sensemaking in Aristotelian spirit. Book chapter accepted Mar 10 2017. Abstract Leadership theory has encountered several paradigms, some emphasizing modernist rationality until ulterior postmodernist approach focused on cultural and discursive dimensions. The 20th century modernist paradigm favored rationality: once the theory of leader was invented, the narrative roots of leadership were forgotten. The purpose of this paper is to develop a theory of storytelling we are calling 'storiosis', which resonates with Aristotelian storytelling tradition – a source of several ulterior postmodernist and linguistic approaches. Storiosis is the activity of interpreting the storytelling by people in organizations; it is about the production, exchange, interpretation, and understanding of shifts in meanings in context of multiple situations. We have developed this theory by using empirical data collected from a large high-tech organization. Click here for pdf