Jeffrey Treem
Jeffrey Treem
Associate Professor of Communication Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
Verified email at austin.utexas.edu
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Social media use in organizations: Exploring the affordances of visibility, editability, persistence, and association
JW Treem, PM Leonardi
Annals of the International Communication Association 36 (1), 143-189, 2013
17702013
Social media use in organizations: Exploring the affordances of visibility, editability, persistence, and association
JW Treem, PM Leonardi
Annals of the International Communication Association 36 (1), 143-189, 2013
17702013
Explicating affordances: A conceptual framework for understanding affordances in communication research
SK Evans, KE Pearce, J Vitak, JW Treem
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 22 (1), 35-52, 2017
5032017
The connectivity paradox: Using technology to both decrease and increase perceptions of distance in distributed work arrangements
PM Leonardi, JW Treem, MH Jackson
Journal of Applied Communication Research 38 (1), 85-105, 2010
2022010
Knowledge management technology as a stage for strategic self-presentation: Implications for knowledge sharing in organizations
PM Leonardi, JW Treem
Information and Organization 22 (1), 37-59, 2012
1822012
Valuing multiple trajectories of knowledge: A critical review and agenda for knowledge management research
WC Barley, JW Treem, T Kuhn
Academy of Management Annals 12 (1), 278-317, 2018
1482018
Organizational media affordances: Operationalization and associations with media use
RE Rice, SK Evans, KE Pearce, A Sivunen, J Vitak, JW Treem
Journal of Communication 67 (1), 106-130, 2017
1472017
Bringing technological frames to work: How previous experience with social media shapes the technology's meaning in an organization
JW Treem, SL Dailey, CS Pierce, PM Leonardi
Journal of Communication 65 (2), 396-422, 2015
1272015
Communicating expertise: Knowledge performances in professional-service firms
JW Treem
Communication Monographs 79 (1), 23-47, 2012
782012
The social behaviors of experts in massive multiplayer online role-playing games
D Huffaker, J Wang, J Treem, MA Ahmad, L Fullerton, D Williams, ...
2009 International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering 4 …, 2009
712009
What we are talking about when we talk about social media: A framework for study
JW Treem, SL Dailey, CS Pierce, D Biffl
Sociology Compass 10 (9), 768-784, 2016
592016
Social media as technologies of accountability: Explaining resistance to implementation within organizations
JW Treem
American Behavioral Scientist 59 (1), 53-74, 2015
372015
Computer-mediated communication in the age of communication visibility
JW Treem, PM Leonardi, B van den Hooff
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 25 (1), 44-59, 2020
362020
Behavioral visibility: A new paradigm for organization studies in the age of digitization, digitalization, and datafication
PM Leonardi, JW Treem
Organization Studies 41 (12), 1601-1625, 2020
342020
Striving to be king of mobile mountains: Communication and organizing through digital fitness technology
WR Smith, J Treem
Communication Studies 68 (2), 135-151, 2017
282017
Recognizing expertise: Factors promoting congruity between individuals’ perceptions of their own expertise and the perceptions of their coworkers
JW Treem, PM Leonardi
Communication Research 44 (2), 198-224, 2017
242017
How organizations communicate expertise without experts: Practices and performances of knowledge-intensive firms
JW Treem
Management Communication Quarterly 30 (4), 503-531, 2016
232016
Technology use as a status cue: The influences of mundane and novel technologies on knowledge assessments in organizations
JW Treem
Journal of Communication 63 (6), 1032-1053, 2013
222013
The many faces of mentoring in an mmorpg
MA Ahmad, D Huffaker, J Wang, J Treem, D Kumar, MS Poole, ...
2010 IEEE Second International Conference on Social Computing, 270-275, 2010
212010
Expertise, communication, and organizing
JW Treem, PM Leonardi
Oxford University Press, 2016
192016
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