Stephen Jones is a third-year PhD student in Strategic Management & Organization. His research interests include knowledge management, learning and trust within organizations. His dissertation research focuses on how organizations can best fashion knowledge transfer processes given their different organizational arrangements.
Van de Ven, Andrew H. & Stephen L. Jones (2013). Interorganizational networks. In E.H. Kessler (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Management Theory, Sage.
Fawcett, Stanley E., Stephen L. Jones & Amydee M. Fawcett (2012). Supply chain trust: The catalyst for collaborative innovation. Business Horizons.
Jones, Stephen L., Stanley E. Fawcett, Amydee M. Fawcett, & Cynthia Wallin (2010). Benchmarking trust signals in supply chain alliances: moving toward a robust measure of trust. Benchmarking: An International Journal.
(Work in Progress) Jones, Stephen L., Stanley E. Fawcett, Cynthia Wallin, Amydee M. Fawcett, & Barry L. Brewer. Can small firms gain relational advantages too? The strategic use of trustworthiness in supply chain relationships.
(Work in Progress) Singh, Gurneeta V., Elizabeth A. Alexander, & Stephen L. Jones. Institutional logics and knowledge integration in technological collectives:
Evidence from the mobile handset industry.
(Work in Progress) Van de Ven, Andrew H. & Stephen L. Jones. Why do employees respond differently to the same organizational changes?
(Work in Progress) Jones, Stephen L. & Pri P. Shah. Diagnosing the locus of trust: A multilevel and temporal perspective on perceived trustworthiness
(Work in Progress) Shah, Pri P. & Stephen L. Jones. In teams we trust: The influence of team processes on interpersonal trust.
This individual is not scheduled to teach in the last, current, or next term.