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1.  Balkundi, P., Kilduff, M., Harrison, D. In press. Networking to charisma or inspiring to centrality?  Comparing models of how leaders affect team performance Journal of Applied psychology.Galvin, B., Balkundi, P., Waldman, D. 2010. Spreading the word: The role of surrogates in charismatic leadership processes. Academy of Management Review, 35: 477- 494.

2.  Balkundi, P., Michael, J., Barsness, Z. 2009.  Unlocking the influence of leadership network structures on team conflict and viability. 2009. Small Group Research.

3.  Balkundi, P., Kilduff, M., Michael, J., Barsness, Z., Lawson, L. 2007. Demographic antecedents and performance consequences of structural holes in work teams. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 28: 241–260.

4.  Balkundi, P. & Harrison, D. A. 2006. Ties, leaders, and time in teams: Strong inference about the effects of network structure on team viability and performance. Academy of Management Journal, 49: 49-68.

5.  Balkundi, P., & Kilduff, M. 2005.  Ties that lead: A social network approach to leadership.  Leadership Quarterly, 16: 941-961.

6.  Bergh, D. D., Hanke, R., Balkundi, P., Brown, M., & Chen, X. 2004. On the internal validity of strategic management research (1994-1998). In D. Ketchen & D. Bergh (Eds.), Research methods in strategy and management: New York: Elsevier.

7.  Here is my dissertation

 

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