Andrew H. Van De Ven - Works

Works

  • Andrew H. Van de Ven, (1974) "Group Decision Making Effectiveness: An Experimental Study", Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press.
  • Andre L. Delbecq, Andrew H. Van de Ven, and David H. Gustafson, (1975) "Group Techniques for Program Planning", Chicago: Scott, Foresman, and Co.
  • Andrew H. Van de Ven and Diane Ferry, (1980) "Measuring and Assessing Organizations", New York: Wiley Interscience.
  • Andrew H. Van de Ven and William F. Joyce (eds.)(1981), "Perspectives on Organization Design and Behavior", New York: Wiley Interscience.
  • Andrew Van de Ven, Harold Angle, and M. Scott Poole (eds.) (1989) "Research on the Management of Innovation: The Minnesota Studies", New York: Ballinger Publishing/Harper and Row.
  • Peter Lorange, Bala Chakravarthy, Johan Root, and Andrew Van de Ven (eds.)(1993), "Implementing Strategic Processes: Change, Learning and Cooperation", London: Basil Blackwell.
  • George P. Huber and Andrew H. Van de Ven (editors)(1995), "Longitudinal Field Research Methods: Studying Processes of Organizational Change", Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishers.
  • Nigel Nicholsen (ed.) and Randall Schuler and Andrew H. Van de Ven (advisor editors)(1995), "Encyclopedic Dictionary of Organizational Behavior", London: Basil Blackwell.
  • Andrew Van de Ven, Douglas Polley, Raghu Garud, and S. Venkataraman,(1999) "The Innovation Journey". New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Marshall Scott Poole, Andrew H. Van de Ven, and Kevin Dooley, (2000) "Organizational Change and Innovation Processes: Theory and Methods for Research". New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Marshall Scott Poole and Andrew H. Van de Ven (eds.)(2004) "Handbook of Organizational Change and Innovation", New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Andrew H. Van de Ven,(2007) "Engaged Scholarship: A Guide to Organizational and Social Research", Oxford University Press

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