My research re-imagines classic understandings of organizational design, given new internet and data analytic technologies, and the increasing technical specialization in society.

Melissa Valentine is an Associate Professor of Management Science at Stanford University, where she co-directs the Center for Work, Technology, and Organization. Her research focuses on understanding how work and organizations are changing as a result of crowdsourcing, data analytics, and increasing technical specialization. Melissa has received several best paper awards for research and has been recognized with an NSF CAREER award. Melissa holds a bachelor's degree from Stanford University, a master's degree from NYU, and a Ph.D. from Harvard University.

Publications

Kate Kellogg, Melissa. A Valentine, Angele Christin
Academy of Management Annals
Mark Whiting, Allie Blaising, Chloe Barreau, Laura Fiuza, Nik Marda, Melissa Valentine, and Michael Bernstein
CSCW 2019
Melissa A. Valentine, Tom Fangyun Tan, Bradley R. Staats, Amy C. Edmondson
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management
Melissa Valentine, Daniela Retelny, Alexandra To, Negar Rahmati, Tulsee Doshi, Michael Kim, Maxine Fonua, and Michael Bernstein
CHI 2017Best Paper
Daniela Retelny, Melissa Valentine, Michael Bernstein
CSCW 2018
Niloufar Salehi, Andrew McCabe, Melissa Valentine, Michael Bernstein
CSCW 2017
Daniela Retelny, Sebastien Robaszkiewicz, Alexandra To, Walter Lasecki, Jay Patel, Negar Rahmati, Tulsee Doshi, Melissa Valentine, Michael Bernstein
UIST 2014Best Paper
Melissa A. Valentine, Amy C. Edmondson
Organization ScienceAOM OB paper award
Melissa A. Valentine, Ingrid M. Nembhard, and Amy C. Edmondson, PhD
Medical Care

Working Papers

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Ph.D. alumni
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