DeSanctis, G. & Fulk, J. (1999). Shaping Organizational Form: Communication, Connection and Community
. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
This collection provides a range of perspectives on the potential for new organizational forms to emerge in today's economic landscape and on the power of technology to influence their success. Four key foci are (a) changes in technology, changes in form, and their mutual influence on each other, (b) evolutionary processes in organizations and the ways in which technology can influence these processes, (c) development of organizational communities and interorganizational relationships that are mediated by electronic communication systems, and (d) important controversies surroudning electronically mediated forms, and directions for future research that flow out of these controversies.
Fulk, J. & Steinfield, C. (1990). Organizations and Communication Technology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Winner National Communication Association's Best Book Award in Organizational Communication.
How do technology and organization interact to shape both organizational structures and processes and technological systems? What organizational, political, and social processes constrain technological development? Starting with these questions, this volume centers on the role of theory for advancing our knowledge of communication technology in organizations. A distinguished team of contributors examines a richly diverse group of topics, including telecommunications, communication networks and new media, the use of group decision support systems, and discretionary databases.
Patton, G., Monge, P. & Fulk, J. (2000) Policing Hawthorne. South Pasadena, CA: Keystone Communications.
This book is the product of extensive ethnographic and historical research on the police department of the City of Hawthorne, California. The book traces the history of the department and its officers since 1922. Several major eras are documented in their sometimes lofty and sometimes halting quest "to protect and serve."
Fulk, J., Heino, R., Flanagin, A., Monge, P. & Bar, F. (2004). A test of the individual action model for organizational information commons. Organization Science, 15 (5), 569-586.
Fulk, J., Monge, P. & Hollingshead, A. (2005). Knowledge resource sharing in dispersed multinational teams: Three theoretical lenses. In D. Shapiro, M.A. Von Glinow & J. Cheng (Eds.), Managing multinational teams: Global perspectives (pp. 155-188). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Shumate, M., Fulk, J. & Monge, P. (2005). Predictors of the HIV/AIDS INGO network over time. Human Communication Research, 31, 482-510.
Fulk, J. & McGrath, J. (2005). Touchstones. In M.S. Poole & A.B. Hollingshead. (Eds)., Theories of small groups: An interdisciplinary perspective (pp. 397-425). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.