prof.dr. (Joep) JP Cornelissen

prof.dr. (Joep) JP Cornelissen

Professor of Corporate Communication and Management

Full professor Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Department of Business-Society Management
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T11-36
Email
cornelissen@rsm.nl

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Joep Cornelissen is Professor of Corporate Communication and Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. The main focus of his research involves studies of the role of corporate and managerial communication in the context of innovation, entrepreneurship and change. In addition, he also has an interest in questions of scientific reasoning and theory development in management and organization theory.

 

His work has been published in the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Management Studies, Organization Science and Organization Studies, and he has written a general text on corporate communication (Corporate Communication: A Guide to Theory and Practice, Sage Publications) which is now in its sixth edition (2020).

 

He is the Editor-in-Chief of Organization Theory, a former Associate Editor for the Academy of Management Review, a Council member of the Society for the Advancement of Management Studies, a former General Editor of the Journal of Management Studies (2006-2012) and serves on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, the Journal of Management Studies and Organization Studies.

  • Joep Cornelissen (2017) - Corporate communication: A guide to theory and practice - Sage publications, 5th edition

  • Bill Harley & Joep Cornelissen (2019) - Reframing rigor as reasoning - doi: 10.1108/S0733-558X20190000059004 - Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.
  • C Wickert & Joep Cornelissen (2017) - Corporate social responsibility and reputation: Too much of a good thing? - Cambridge University Press
  • Joep Cornelissen, D Schoeneborn & C Vasquez (2017) - Deconstructing the Theoretical Language of Process Research: Metaphor and Metonymy in Interaction - doi: 10.4135/9781473957954.n39 - Sage Publications
  • A Bangerter & Joep Cornelissen (2017) - Studying Discourse Processes in Institutional Contexts - Routledge
  • R Viney, JS Clarke & Joep Cornelissen (2017) - Making meaning from multimodality: Embodied communication in a business pitch setting - Sage
  • Joep Cornelissen, SA Haslam & Mirjam Werner (2016) - Bridging and Integrating Meta-Theoretical Perspectives on organizational identity: A social Interactionist Model of Organizational Identity Development - Oxford University Press
  • Joep Cornelissen (2016) - Morgan's Legacy in Theorizing and Understanding Organizations
  • Joep Cornelissen & H Schildt (2014) - Sensemaking and strategy as practice - Oxford University Press

  • Magdalena Cholakova & Joep Cornelissen (2018) - Sailing towards an unknowable future: How different types of factual reasoning support early-stage entrepreneurial idea validation
  • Magdalena Cholakova, Joep Cornelissen & C Andriopoulos (2017) - What if I do or I don’t, had or had not: The role of prefactual and counterfactual thinking in supporting entrepreneurial reasoning - doi: 10.5465/ambpp.2017.14432abstract
  • Magdalena Cholakova & Joep Cornelissen (2017) - Being a permanent beta – How different types of factual reasoning support effective opportunity development

  • D Ravasi, M Etter, V Rindova & Joep Cornelissen (2018) - The formation of organizational reputation
  • D Gregoire, D Dimov, Joep Cornelissen & E Van den Burg (2015) - The mind in the middle: Taking stock of affect and cognition research in entrepreneurship

  • E Van Burg, Wouter Stam, Joep Cornelissen & S Jack (2020) - Advancing Qualitative Entrepreneurship Research: Leveraging Methodological Plurality for Achieving Scholarly Impact - Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, OnlineFirst - doi: 10.1177/1042258720943051

University of Liverpool Management School

Start date approval
August 2020
End date approval
August 2022
Place
LIVERPOOL
Description
advies en bijdrage in ontwikkeling vakgroep

Thesis

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC4014

Persuasive Communication

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2017

International Exchange

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC3001

Strategic Management

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2020

Organisational Change

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2018

Issues Management and Public Affairs

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2014

Corporate Responsibility

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2012

Employee Communication

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2004

Corporate Branding

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2002

Co-creation and Stakeholder Engagement

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2023

Winter Course in Corporate Communication

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC1101

Summer Course in Corporate Communication

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC1102

Thesis

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC4001

Digital Communication

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2021

Crisis Communication

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2003

Leadership and Communication

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2006

Reputation Management

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2001

Finance for Communication Professionals

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2022

Navigating the New Media Landscape

Year
2021
Course Code
BMCC2007

Theory and Theoretical Contributions

Year
2021
Year Level
PhD, master
Course Code
BERMAMC017

Corporate Social Investment

Level
master
Year
2021
Year Level
master
Course Code
BMME143

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