Heather E. Canary, Maria Blevins, and Shireen S. Ghorbani, “Organizational Policy Communication Research: Challenges, Discoveries, and Future Directions,” Communication Reports, Vol. 28, 2015, pp. 48-64.
François Cooren, Frédérik Matte, Chantal Benoit-Barné, and Boris H. J. M. Brummans, “Communication as Ventriloquism: A Grounded-in-Action Approach to the Study of Organizational Tensions,” Communication Monographs, Vol. 80, 2013, pp. 255-277.
François Cooren, “Arguments for the In-Depth Study of Organizational Interactions: A Rejoinder to McPhee, Myers, and Trethewey,” Management Communication Quarterly, Vol. 19, 2006, pp. 327-340.
Matthew A. Koschmann, Matthew G. Isbell, M. G., and Matthew L. Sanders, (2015). “Connecting Nonprofit and Communication Scholarship: A Review of Key Issues and a Meta-Theoretical Framework for Future Research,” Review of Communication, Vol. 15, 2015, pp. 200-220.
Timothy Kuhn, “Negotiating the Micro-Macro Divide: Thought Leadership from Organizational Communication for Theorizing Organization,” Management Communication Quarterly, Vol. 26, 2012, pp. 543-584.
Karen K. Myers, “Workplace Relationships and Membership Negotiation,” in New Directions in Interpersonal Communication Research, Sandi W. Smith and Steven R. Wilson (eds.), Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA, 2010, pp. 135-156.
Mike Reed, “Is Communication Constitutive of Organization?,” Management Communication Quarterly, Vol. 24, 2010, pp. 151-157.
Elizabeth D. Wilhoit, “Organizational Space and Place Beyond Container or Construction: Exploring Workspace in the Communicative Constitution of Organizations,” Annals of the International Communication Association, Vol. 40, 2016, pp. 247-275.
Applied examples of CCO
Oana Brindusa Albu and Michael Etter, “Hypertextuality and Social Media: A Study of the Constitutive and Paradoxical Implications of Organizational Twitter Use,” Management Communication Quarterly, Vol. 30, 2016, pp. 5-31.
Kathryn Aten and Gail Fann Thomas, “Crowdsourcing Strategizing: Communication Technology Affordances and the Communicative Constitution of Organizational Strategy,” International Journal of Business Communication, Vol. 53, pp. 148-180.
Pauline Hope Cheong, Jennie M. Hwang, and Boris H. J. M. Brummans, “Transnational Immanence: The Autopoietic Co-Constitution of a Chinese Spiritual Organization Through Mediated Communication,” Information, Communication & Society, Vol. 17, 2014, pp. 7-25.
Michal Izak, (2009). “Spirituality in Organization: A Dubious Idea (?): Historically Oriented Sensemaking in Spiritually Imbued Organizations,” Tamara Journal For Critical Organisation Inquiry, Vol. 8, 2009, pp. 73-88.
Joel O. Iverson and Robert D. McPhee, “Knowledge Management in Communities of Practice: Being True to the Character of Knowledge,” Management Communication Quarterly, Vol. 16, 2002, pp. 259-266.
Karl Weick and the Information Systems Approach to Organizations
Stephen Cummings and Duncan Angwin, “Stratography: The Art of Conceptualizing and Communicating Strategy,” Business Horizons, Vol. 54, 2011, pp. 435-446.
David M. Kopp, Irena Nikolovska, Katie P. Desiderio, and Jeffrey T. Guterman, “‘Relaaax, I Remember the Recession in the Early 1980s ...’: Organizational Storytelling as a Crisis Management Tool,” Human Resource Development Quarterly, Vol. 22, pp. 373-385.
Stephen A. Leybourne, “Improvisation as a Way of Dealing with Ambiguity and Complexity,” Graziadio Business Report, 2010, Vol. 13, pp. 1-7.
Sally Maitlis and Scott Sonenshein, “Sensemaking in Crisis and Change: Inspiration and Insights from Weick (1988),” Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 47, 2010, pp. 551-580.
Karl E. Weick, “Reflections on Enacted Sensemaking in the Bhopal Disaster,” Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 47, pp. 537-550.
Discussion of Organization Communication theory more generally
Jonny Holmström and Duane Truex, “Dropping Your Tools: Exploring When and How Theories Can Serve as Blinders in IS Research,” Communications of the Association for Information Systems, Vol. 28, 2011, pp. 283-294.
Robert D. McPhee and Pamela Zaug, “Organizational Theory, Organizational Communication, Organizational Knowledge, and Problematic Integration,” Journal of Communication, 51, 2001, pp. 574-591.
John A. A. Sillince, “Can CCO Theory Tell Us How Organizing is Distinct from Markets, Networking, Belonging to a Community, or Supporting a Social Movement?,” Management Communication Quarterly, Vol. 24, 2010, pp. 132-138.