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Trish Reay

Associate Dean, Research and PhD Program
TELUS Chair in Management

Alberta School of Business

Strategic Management and Organization

About Me

Trish Reay is the Associate Dean, PhD and Research at the Alberta School of Business. She holds the TELUS Chair in Management. Her research interests are organizational and institutional change, organizational learning, professions and professional work, and identity and role identity. She currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of Organization Studies. Trish earned her PhD and MBA at the University of Alberta.  


Research

Journal Articles

Chreim, S., Langley, A., Reay, T., Comeau-Valle, M. & Huq, J.L. (in-press). Constructing and Sustaining Counter-Institutional Identities. Academy of Management Journal. https://doi.org/10.5465/amj.2017.0528

Hanlon, N., Reay, T., Snadden, D. & MacLeod, M. (2019). Creating partnerships to achieve health care reform: Moving beyond a politics of scale? International Journal of Health Services, 49(1), 51-67. https://doi.org/10.1177/0020731418807094

Reay, T. (2019). Family routines and next-generation engagement in family firms. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 43(2), 244-250. https://doi.org/10.1177/1042258718796083

Zhang, Z. & Reay, T. (2018). Managing the Yin and Yang of Family Capital: A Study of Chinese Immigrant Entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 30(7-8): 722–748. https://doi.org/10.1080/08985626.2018.1457085

Hewko, S.J., Reay, T., Estabrooks, C.A., Cummings, G.G. (2018). Conceptual Models of Early and Involuntary Retirement among Canadian Registered Nurses and Allied Health Professionals. Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue Canadienne du Viellissement, 37(3), 294-308. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0714980818000223

Huq, J., Reay, T., & Chreim, S. (2017). Protecting the Paradox of Interprofessional Collaboration. Organization Studies, 38(3-4), 513-538. https://doi.org/10.1177/0170840616640847

Reay, T., Goodrick, E., Waldorff, S., & Casebeer, A. (2017). Getting Leopards to Change their Spots: Co-Creating a New Professional Role Identity. Academy of Management Journal, 60(3), 1043-1070. https://doi.org/10.5465/amj.2014.0802

Nicolini, D., Delmestri, G., Goodrick, E., Reay, T., Lindberg, K. & Adolfsson, P. (2016). Look What’s Back! Institutional Complexity, Reversibility and the Knotting of Logics. British Journal of Management, 27(2), 228-248. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8551.12156

Bucher, S. V., Chreim, S., Langley, A., & Reay, T. (2016). Contestation about Collaboration: Discursive Boundary Work among Professions. Organization Studies, 37(4), 497-522. https://doi.org/10.1177/F0170840615622067

Jaskiewicz, P., Heinrichs, K., Rau, S. B., & Reay, T. (2016). To Be or Not to Be: How Family Firms Manage Family and Commercial Logics in Succession. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 40(4), 781-813. https://doi.org/10.1111/etap.12146

Reay, T., & Jones, C., (2016). Qualitatively Capturing Institutional Logics. Strategic Organizations, 14(4), 441-454. https://doi.org/10.1177/F1476127015589981

Reay, T., Jaskiewicz, P. & Hinings, C.R. (2015). How Family, Business and Community Logics Shape Family Firm Behavior and ‘Rules of the Game’ in an Organizational Field. Family Business Review, 28(4), 292-311. https://doi.org/10.1177/F0894486515577513


Teaching

Managing Organizational Change (Master's)

International Family Enterprise (Undergraduates and Master's)

Implementing Public Policy (Master's)

Qualitative Methods for PhD Students

Management and Strategy/ Organizational Analysis (Undergraduates)

Managing Organizational Change (Executive MBA)