Karen Golden-Biddle is Questrom Professor in Management and Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. She received her BA degree from Denison University and MBA and PhD degrees from Case Western Reserve University.
Working in the areas of organizational change and qualitative methods, especially theorizing, Karen has published two books and is the author of more than fifty articles and book chapters in management journals such as the Academy of Management Journal and Organization Science. Recognition for Karen's scholarship includes the 2013 Douglas McGregor Award (Journal of Applied Behavioral Science) for her research on organizational change, and the Academy of Management’s Robert McDonald Award for the Advancement of Organizational Research Methodology. Her co-authored book,Composing Qualitative Research, has been used in doctoral programs in top business schools across the world, including Stanford, University of Michigan, Northwestern, Cambridge, INSEAD, and Columbia.
Her current work focuses in two areas: (1) Creating more dynamic analyses of organizational phenomena, particular emphasis on coding, and (2) Developing a revised model of change based in a relational perspective of joint activity for meaningful change in organizations, local communities and society. She is currently writing an academic article that articulates this model and a practice-based book that can be used to create and teach about such change iintiatives.
Karen teaches courses in organizational/system change and qualitative methods.
Professionally, she is active in the Academy of Management, the preeminent association for management and organization scholars.
Ph D, Case Western Reserve University, Managerial and Policy Studies, 1988.
MBA, Case Western Reserve University, Managerial and Policy Studies, 1981.
BA, Denison University, Modern Languages, 1976.
GSM DS923 A1
GSM OB844 F1
Managing Organizational Change
GSM OB923 A1
Field Studies Seminar
Douglas McGregor Best Paper Award, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Research. (June 27, 2013).