His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Organizational identity, Qualitative research, Organizational commitment and Organizational learning. His Social psychology research includes themes of Organizational culture and Scope. His Organizational identity study which covers Organizational structure that intersects with Industrial and organizational psychology.
His Qualitative research research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Diversity, Quantitative research and Scientific communication. His Organizational commitment research integrates issues from Social identity approach and Identity formation. His Grounded theory research incorporates elements of Quantitative psychological research and Presentation.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Organizational identity, Identity, Knowledge management and Public relations. Particularly relevant to Identity formation is his body of work in Social psychology. His Organizational identity study incorporates themes from Social identity approach, Generative grammar, Organizational commitment and Organizational learning.
In his work, Industrial and organizational psychology is strongly intertwined with Organizational structure, which is a subfield of Identity. His Knowledge management research includes elements of Creativity and Strategic management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Marketing, Image, Best practice and Misconduct.
His primary areas of study are Qualitative research, Grounded theory, Engineering ethics, Social psychology and Knowledge management. His study ties his expertise on Pedagogy together with the subject of Qualitative research. His study in Grounded theory is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quality, Mainstream, Field research and Identity formation.
His Engineering ethics research incorporates themes from Publication, Executive compensation and Sociology of scientific knowledge. His Social psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Prison and Total institution. The Organizational studies research Kevin G. Corley does as part of his general Knowledge management study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Social cognition, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Kevin G. Corley mainly focuses on Grounded theory, Sociology of scientific knowledge, Engineering ethics, Publication and Organizational studies. Research on Qualitative research and Social science is a part of his Grounded theory study. Kevin G. Corley combines subjects such as Multimethodology and Management science with his study of Organizational studies.
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Seeking Qualitative Rigor in Inductive Research: Notes on the Gioia Methodology
Dennis A. Gioia;Kevin G. Corley;Aimee L. Hamilton.
Organizational Research Methods (2013)
Identification in Organizations: An Examination of Four Fundamental Questions
Blake E. Ashforth;Spencer H. Harrison;Kevin G. Corley.
Organizational Identity, Image, and Adaptive Instability
Dennis A. Gioia;Majken Schultz;Kevin G. Corley.
Academy of Management Review (2000)
Identity ambiguity and change in the wake of a corporate spin-off
Kevin G. Corley;Dennis A. Gioia.
Administrative Science Quarterly (2004)
Building Theory about Theory Building: What Constitutes a Theoretical Contribution?
Kevin G. Corley;Dennis A. Gioia.
Academy of Management Review (2011)
Building Better Theory by Bridging the Quantitative-Qualitative Divide*
Sonali K. Shah;Kevin G. Corley.
Journal of Management Studies (2006)
The Intersection of Organizational Identity, Knowledge, and Practice: Attempting Strategic Change Via Knowledge Grafting
Rajiv Nag;Kevin G. Corley;Dennis A. Gioia.
Academy of Management Journal (2007)
Finding Theory–Method Fit: A Comparison of Three Qualitative Approaches to Theory Building:
Joel Gehman;Vern L. Glaser;Kathleen M. Eisenhardt;Denny Gioia.
The Coming of Age for Qualitative Research: Embracing the Diversity of Qualitative Methods
Pratima (Tima) Bansal;Kevin Corley.
Organizational Identity Formation and Change
Dennis Arnold Gioia;Shubha D. Patvardhan;Aimeeg L. Hamilton;Kevin G. Corley.
The Academy of Management Annals (2013)
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