prof.dr. (Joep) JP Cornelissen

prof.dr. (Joep) JP Cornelissen

Professor of Corporate Communication and Management

Full Professor RSM - Rotterdam School of Management Department of Business-Society Management
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T11-36
Telephone
0104082022
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…

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.

      • J.P. Cornelissen (2017). Corporate communication: A guide to theory and practice. London: Sage publications, 5th edition
      • J.P. Cornelissen, D. Schoeneborn & C. Vasquez (2017). Deconstructing the Theoretical Language of Process Research: Metaphor and Metonymy in Interaction. In A. Langley & H. Tsoukas (Eds.), Handbook of Process Organization Studies (pp. 607-615). New York, US: Sage Publications
      • C. Wickert & J.P. Cornelissen (2017). Corporate social responsibility and reputation: Too much of a good thing? In J. Moon, M. Morsing & A. Rasche (Eds.), Corporate Social Responsibility: Strategy, Communication and Governance (pp. 328-349). UK: Cambridge University Press
      • R. Viney, J.S. Clarke & J.P. Cornelissen (2017). Making meaning from multimodality: Embodied communication in a business pitch setting. In C Cassell, A.L. Cunliffe & G. Grandy (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Business and Management Research Methods: Methods and Challenges. London: SAGE
      • A. Bangerter & J.P. Cornelissen (2017). Studying Discourse Processes in Institutional Contexts. In The Routledge Handbook of Discourse Processes, second edition. New York: Routledge
      • J.P. Cornelissen, S.A. Haslam & M.D. Werner (2016). Bridging and Integrating Meta-Theoretical Perspectives on organizational identity: A social Interactionist Model of Organizational Identity Development. In Mike Pratt, Majken Schultz, Davide Ravasi & Blake Ashforth (Eds.), Handbook on Organizational Identity. Oxford: Oxford University Press
      • J.P. Cornelissen (2016). Morgan's Legacy in Theorizing and Understanding Organizations. In A. Ortenblad, K. Trehan & L.L. Putnam (Eds.), Exploring Morgan’s Metaphors: Theory, Research, and Practice in Organizational Studies. -: -
      • J.P. Cornelissen & H. Schildt (2014). Sensemaking and strategy as practice. In D. Seidl, J. Balogun, E. Vaara & D. Golsorkhi (Eds.), Handbook on strategy as practice. Oxford University Press
      • M. Wenzel, J.P. Cornelissen, J. Koch, W. Rothmann & N. Senf (2019). How Organizational Actors Live Out Paradoxical Tensions Through Power Relations: The Case of a Youth Prison. In Organizational Behavior and Human Decision-Making Processes. Elsevier
      • O. Solinger, P.G.W. Jansen & J.P. Cornelissen (2019). The emergence of moral leadership. In Academy of Management Review
      • H. Schildt, J.P. Cornelissen & S. Mantere (2019). Power in sensemaking processes. In Organization Studies
      • M. Wenzel, J.P. Cornelissen, J.M. Koch, M. Hartmann & M. Koch (2019). Un)Mind the gap: How organizational actors cope with an identity–strategy misalignment. In Strategic Organization
      • D. Ravasi, M. Etter, V. Rindova & J.P. Cornelissen (2018). The formation of organizational reputation. In Academy of Management Annals
      • B. Harley & J.P. Cornelissen (2018). Reframing Rigor as Reasoning: Challenging Technocratic Conceptions of Rigor in Management Research. In Research in the Sociology of Organizations. Emerald
      • D. Gregoire, D. Dimov, J.P. Cornelissen & E. Van den Burg (2015). The mind in the middle: Taking stock of affect and cognition research in entrepreneurship. In International Journal of Management Reviews
      • M.N. Cholakova & J.P. Cornelissen (2018). Sailing towards an unknowable future: How different types of factual reasoning support early-stage entrepreneurial idea validation. 10th International Process Symposium on Temporality and History in Organization Studies,: Halkidiki, Greece.
      • M.N. Cholakova & J.P. Cornelissen (2017). Being a permanent beta – How different types of factual reasoning support effective opportunity development. European Theory Development Workshop: Zurich, Switzerland.
      • M.N. Cholakova, J.P. 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. Academy of Management Annual Meeting: Atlanta, USA.
  • Theory and Theoretical Contributions

    Title
    Theory and Theoretical Contributions
    Year
    2019
    Year level
    (master)

    Inleiding in de bedrijfskunde

    Title
    Inleiding in de bedrijfskunde
    Year
    2019
    Year level
    (bachelor 1)
    • Sylke Jellema

      Searching for a new identity: post-merger integration challenges in the certification industry

    • Jingtao Zhu

      PhD in Organizational Behaviour/Human Resource Management

    • Sai Kalvapalle

      A Multi-Method Exploration of Sensemaking in Context

    • Krijn Turkenburg

      Purpose in Business: On how to embed'purpose' in organizational and entrepreneurial contexts

    • Liselotte Dijkstra

      Psychiatric symptoms and decision making across the life span of the general

    • Jun Xiao

      On Wines and Wineskins: Exploring Coordination in New Forms of Organizing

    • Mohammad Taghi Ramezan Zadeh

      The Organizational Antecedents and Consequences of Intrapreneurship

    • Make Our Planet Great Again: A Systems Perspective of Corporate Sustainability

      Amanda Williams

      Make Our Planet Great Again: A Systems Perspective of Corporate Sustainability

    • Miriam Pocock

      Status Inequalities in Business Exchange Relations in Luxury Markets

    • Hendra Wijaya

      Praise the Lord! Infusing Values and Emotions into Neo-Institutional Theory

    • A Test of Time: A temporal and dynamic approach to power and ethics

      Laura M. Giurge

      A Test of Time: A temporal and dynamic approach to power and ethics

    • Corporate Environmentalism in China

      Ruxi Wang

      Corporate Environmentalism in China

    • Corporate Responses to Social Issues: Essays in Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility

      Ona Akemu

      Corporate Responses to Social Issues: Essays in Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility

    • Governing for Stakeholders: How Organizations May Create or Destroy Value for their Stakeholders

      Pushpika Vishwanathan

      Governing for Stakeholders: How Organizations May Create or Destroy Value for their Stakeholders

    • Christina Langenbusch

      Project Christina Langenbusch

    • Stephanie Maas

      Project Stephanie Maas

  • Full Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    RSM - Rotterdam School of Management
    Department
    Department of Business-Society Management
    Telephone
    0104082022

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam