Peer-reviewed Journals (reverse chronological order)
Engel, D., Woolley, A. W., Aggarwal, I., Chabris, C. F., Takahashi, M., Nemoto, K., Kaiser, C., Kim, Y. J., & Malone, T. W. (2015). Collective intelligence in computer-mediated collaboration emerges in different contexts and cultures. Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2015), Seoul, Korea.
Schuldt, J. P., Chabris, C.F., Woolley, A.W. and Hackman, J.R. (2015). Confidence in dyadic decision making: The role of individual differences.” Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. doi:10.1002/bdm.1927.
Woolley, A.W., Aggarwal, I., and Malone, T.W. (2015) “Collective Intelligence and Group Performance.” Current Directions in Psychological Science 24: 420–24.
Engel, D., Woolley, A. W., Jing, L., Chabris, C. F., & Malone, T. W. (2014). Reading the mind in the eyes or reading between the lines? Theory of Mind predicts collective intelligence equally well online and face-to-face. PLoS ONE 9(12).
Woolley, A.W., Bear, J.B., Chang, J.W. & DeCostanza, A.H. (2013). The effects of team strategic orientation on team process and information search. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 122, 114-126.
Woolley, A.W. & Fuchs, E.R.H. (2011). Collective intelligence in the organization of science. Organization Science 22, 1359-1367.
Bear, J.B. & Woolley, A.W. (2011). The role of gender in team collaboration and performance. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 36, 146-153.
O’Leary, M.B., Mortensen, M. & Woolley, A.W. (2011). Multiple team membership: A theoretical model of its effects on productivity and learning for individuals and teams. Academy of Management Review, 36, 461-478.
Woolley, A.W., Chabris, C.F., Pentland, A., Hashmi, N. & Malone, T.M. (2010). Evidence for a collective intelligence factor in the performance of human groups. Science, 330, 686-688.
Woolley, A. W. (2009). Means versus Ends: Implications of outcome and process focus for team adaptation and performance. Organization Science, 20, 500-515.
^Woolley, A. W., Gerbasi, M. E., Chabris, C. F., Kosslyn, S. M., & Hackman, J. R. (2008). Bringing in the experts: How team composition and work strategy jointly shape analytic effectiveness. Small Group Research, 39, 352-371.
^Finalist for best paper of the year in the journal
Woolley, A. W., Hackman, J. R., Jerde, T. J., Chabris, C. F., Bennett, S. L., & Kosslyn, S. M. (2007). Using brain-based measures to compose teams: How individual capabilities and team collaboration strategies jointly shape performance. Social Neuroscience, 2, 96-105.
Woolley, S.L., Benjamin, W.J., & Woolley, A.W. (2004) Construct validity of a self-report measure of teacher beliefs related to constructivist and behaviorist theories. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 62, 319-331.
Refereed Conference Proceedings
Chang, J.W., Chow, R.M., Woolley, A.W. (2013). High-status but low-performing: Effects of group status on information exchange and group outcome. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
Woolley, A.W., Bear, J.B., Chang, J.W., DeCostanza, A.W. (2011). The effects of team strategic orientation on team strategy and information search in competitive environments. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
Woolley, A.W. (2009) Offensive versus defensive strategic orientation and collective information processing in teams. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
Book Chapters (most recent first)
Woolley, A.W., Aggarwal, I., & Malone, T.W. (2015). Collective intelligence in teams and organizations. In T.W. Malone & M. Bernstein (Eds.) Collective Intelligence. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Woolley, A.W., & Hashmi, N. (2013). Cultivating collective intelligence in online groups. In P. Michelucci (Ed.) Handbook of Human Computation. New York, NY: Springer Science+Business Media.
Woolley, A.W. (2013). Emerging understanding of group-related characteristics: Collective intelligence. New Directions in Assessing Performance Potential of Individuals and Groups, National Research Council, Committee on Measuring Human Capabilities: Performance Potential of Individuals and Collectives, Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences. Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences Education. Washington, DC.
Aggarwal, I., & Woolley, A.W. (2012). Two perspectives on intellectual capital and innovation in teams: Collective intelligence and cognitive diversity. In C. Mukhopadyay (Ed.), Driving the economy through innovation and entrepreneurship (pp. 495-502). Bangalore: Springer.
Roloff, K.S., Woolley, A.W. and Edmondson, A.C. (2011) “The contribution of teams to organizational learning,” in M. Easterby-Smith & M. Lyles, (Eds.) International handbook of organizational learning and knowledge management, Second Edition, 249-272. London: Blackwell.
O’Leary, M.B., Mortensen, M. and Woolley, A.W. (2011) “Multi-team membership in relation to multi-team systems,” in S. Zaccaro, M. Marks & L. DeChurch (Eds.), Multi-team systems: An organization form for dynamic and complex environments. New York, NY: Psychology Press/ Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
Woolley, A.W. (2009) Organizations. In J.M. Levine & M.A. Hogg (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Caruso, H.M. & Woolley, A. W. (2008). Manifesting the value of cognitive diversity in teams: The critical role of emergent interdependence. In M. A. Neale, E. Mannix & K. Phillips (Eds.), Research on managing groups and teams: Groups and diversity (Vol. 9). Oxford, UK: Elsevier Science Press.
Mortensen, M., Woolley, A. W., & O’Leary, M. B. (2007) Conditions enabling effective multiple team membership. In K. Crowston, S. Sieber, & E. Wynn (Eds.), Virtuality and Virtualization Vol. 236: 215-228. Portland, OR: Springer Publishers.
Edmondson, A. C., & Woolley, A. W. (2003). Understanding outcomes of organizational learning interventions. In M. Easterby-Smith & M. Lyles (Eds.), International handbook on organizational learning and knowledge management. London: Blackwell.
Managerial Publications and Published Talks
Woolley, A.W. (2013). “Expertise and collective intelligence: when teams are (and are not) more than the sum of their parts”, in Wageman, R. (ed.), Team Effectiveness: The Marketing & Management Collection, Henry Stewart Talks Ltd, London (online at http://hstalks.com/?t=MM1713492-WilliamsWoolley)
Woolley, A.W. & Malone, T.W. (2011). What makes a team smarter? Harvard Business Review, June, 32-33.
O’Leary, M.B., Mortensen, M. & Woolley, A.W. (2010) Multiple team membership: Working together effectively before it all goes downhill. IESE Insight, 6, 52-58.