William S. HesterlyProfessor of Management
Dumke Faculty Scholar
Received Ph.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles in Organization
and Strategic Studies, 1989; Master of Organizational Behavior from Brigham
Young University, 1982; B.S. in Psychology from Brigham Young University,
1980. Received the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award in the David Eccles
School of Business in 1992 and 1997 as well as the Studentís Choice Teaching
Award in the Management Department in 1994. Received the Western Academy
of Managementís Best Paper Award in 1992. Received the Western Academy
of Management's Ascendant Scholar Award 1999.
Efficient organization design and emerging organizational forms. Specifically,
firm disaggregation and network governance. More complete information is
contained in vita.
"A General Theory of Network Governance: Exchange Conditions and Social Mechanisms." Academy of Management Review, 22, 911-945, 1997. (with Candace Jones and Stephen Borgatti).
"The Disaggregation of Corporations: Selective Intervention, High-Powered Incentives, and Molecular Units." Organization Science, 8, 209-222, (1997). (with Todd Zenger)
"The Impact of Firm-Specific Assets and the Interaction of Uncertainty: An Examination of Make or Buy Decisions in Public and Private Hospitals." (Forthcoming), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. (with Jerilyn Coles).
"The Myth of a Monolithic Economics: Fundamental Assumptions
and the Use of Economic Models in Policy and Strategy Research." Organization
Science,4, 1993 (August), 496-510. (with Todd Zenger)