Participatory Management Articles
Denis Collins (1998) Gainsharing and Power: Lessons from Six Scanlon Plans. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Denis Collins (1997) The Ethical Superiority, and Inevitability, of Participatory Management as an Organizational System, Organization Science 8(5), 489-507.
Denis Collins (1996) How and Why Participatory Management Improves a Company's Social Performance: Four Gainsharing Case Studies, Business & Society, 35(2), 176-210.
Denis Collins (1995) A Socio-Political Theory of Workplace Democracy: Class Conflict, Constituent Reactions and Organizational Outcomes at a Gainsharing Facility, Organization Science, 6(6), 628-644.
Denis Collins (1995) The Death of a Gainsharing Plan: Power Politics and Participatory Management, Organizational Dynamics, Summer, 24(1), 23-38. Reprinted as Denis Collins (1996) 15 Lessons Learned From the Death of a Gainsharing Plan, Compensation & Benefits Review, 28(2), 31-40.
Denis Collins (1995) Self-Interests and Group-Interests in Employee Involvement Programs: A Case Study, Journal of Labor Research, 16(1), 57-79.
Denis Collins, Larry Hatcher & Timothy L. Ross (1993) The Decision to Implement Gainsharing: The Role of Work Climate, Expected Outcomes and Union Status, Personnel Psychology, 46(1), 77-104.
Larry Hatcher, Timothy L. Ross & Denis Collins (1992) Why Employees Support (and Oppose) Gainsharing Plans, Compensation and Benefits Management, 8(2), 17-27.
Larry Hatcher, Timothy L. Ross & Denis Collins (1991) Attributions for Participation and Nonparticipation in Gainsharing Plan Involvement Systems, Group and Organization Studies, 16(1), 25-43.
Denis Collins, Ruth Ann Ross & Timothy L. Ross (1989) Who Wants Participative Management? A Managerial Perspective, Group and Organization Studies, 14(4), 422-445.
Larry Hatcher, Timothy L. Ross & Denis Collins (1989) Prosocial Behavior, Job Complexity, and Suggestion Contribution Under Gainsharing Plans, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 25(3), 231-248.
Timothy L. Ross & Denis Collins (1987) Employee Involvement and the Perils of Democracy: Are Management's Fears Warranted? National Productivity Review, 6(4), 348‑359.
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