Research Publications 

Pratt, M. G., Hedden, L. N., Khan, H., Sala, G., & Sciarappa, S., (2024). Identity in and of organizations: Docents’ guide through the Academy of Management journals. Academy of Management Collections, 3(2), 17-34.

Chan, C. K., & Hedden, L. N. (2023). The Role of Discernment and Modulation in Enacting Occupational Values: How Career Advising Professionals Navigate Tensions with Clients. Academy of Management Journal, 66(1), 276-305.

Pratt, M. G., & Hedden, L. N. (2023). Accounts and Accountability: On Organizational Purpose, Organizational Identity, and Meaningful Work. Strategy Science, published online ahead of print.

Manuscripts Under Review 

Hedden, L. N., & Pratt, M. G. Title hidden while under review. (Topic: Trust, Reputations, and Third Parties)
Revise and Resubmit at Administrative Science Quarterly

Hedden, L. N., Schinoff, B. S., Wellman, N., & Blanchard, R. Title hidden while under review. (Topic: Interpersonal Holding and Overcoming Setbacks)
Revise and Resubmit at Organization Science

Pratt, M. G., Hedden, L. N., and Khan, H. Title hidden while under review. (Topic: Identity Conflicts in Organizations)
Revise and Resubmit at Academy of Management Review 

Practitioner Publications 

Lepisto, D., Michaelson C., Pratt, M. G., & Hedden, L. N. (2022). The Purpose Paradox. People + Strategy Journal.

Michaelson, C. , Lepisto. D., Pratt, M.G., Hedden, L. N., & Brown, J. A. (2020).  Why corporate purpose statements often miss their mark.
Strategy + Business      

Research in Progress

Hedden, L. N. “Finding and Feeling Meaningfulness in an Invisible Occupation” (Dissertation: Working Paper)

Hedden, L. N., Sciarappa, S., and Dasborough, M. “Emotions and Meaningful Work” (Theory Development) 

Hedden, L. N., Sala, G., & Pratt, M. G. “From Arenas to Architects: How Organizations Shape Interpersonal Trust” (Working Paper)

Hedden, L. N. & Bovenberg, D. “A Theory of Occupational Relating” (Theory Development) 

Wellman, N., Yu, M., Hedden, L. N., & Schinoff, B., “Leadership and Innovation” (Study 2 data collection)