Purser, R. & Petranker, J. (forthcoming). Transformation through Inquiry: Mindfulness for the Neoliberal Self, Tikkun (online).
Purser, R. (forthcoming). Contemplative neuroscience, mindfulness meditation and the rise of the neuronal self. In M. Farias, D. Brazier (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Mindfulness. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Purser, R. & Forbes, D. (2017). How to be mindful of McMindfulness. AlterNet, May 30, 2017.
Dyck, B. & Purser, R. (under review). Faith, theoria and OMT: A Christian and a Buddhist walk into a business school… Academy of Management Perspectives.
Ng, E. & Purser, R. (under review). Mindfulness is inherently political because existential-material exposure to vulnerability arrives without choice as a promise of #makingrefuge shared-in-difference. Journal of Global Buddhism.
Purser, R., Ng, E., & Walsh, Z. (forthcoming). The promise and peril of corporate mindfulness. In C. Mabley & D. Knights (Eds.), Leadership Matters: Finding Voice, Connection and Meaning in the 21st Century. London: Routledge.
Ng, E. & Purser, R. (2016). Mindfulness and self-care: Why should I care? (short version). The Huffington Post, April 5, 2016.
Ng, E. & Purser, R. (2016). Mindfulness and self-care: Why should I care? Patheos, American Buddhist Perspectives, April 4, 2016.
Purser, R. & Ng, E. (2016). Cutting through the corporate mindfulness hype. Huffington Post, March 22, 2016.
Purser, R. (2016). Mindfulness in the boardroom. Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, Spring, 26-29.
Ng, E., and Purser, R. (2015). White privilege and the mindfulness movement. Turning Wheel Media (Buddhist Peace Fellowship). October 2, 2015.
Purser, R. & Ng, E. (2015). Corporate Mindfulness is Bullsh*t. Salon.com. September, 27, 2015.
Purser, R. (2015). Confessions of a mind-wandering MBSR student: Remembering social amnesia. Self & Society, 43(1), 6-14.
Purser, R. (2015). Clearing the muddled path between traditional and contemporary mindfulness: A response to Monteiro, Musten and Compton. Mindfulness, 6(1), 23-45.
Purser, R., and Milillo, J. (2015). Mindfulness revisited: A Buddhist-based conceptualization. Journal of Management Inquiry, 24(1), 3-24.
Purser, R., and Cooper, A. (2014). Mindfulness’ ‘truthiness’ problem. Salon.com December 6, 2014.
Purser, R. (2014). The myth of the present moment. Mindfulness, August 12, 2014.
Purser. R. (2014). The militarization of mindfulness. Inquiring Mind. Spring, 2014.
Purser, R., and Forbes, D. (2014). Search outside yourself: Googles misses a lesson in Wisdom 1.0. The Huffington Post, March 5, 2014.
Purser, R., and Loy, D. (2013). Beyond McMindfulness. The Huffington Post. July 1, 2013.
Purser, R. (2013). Zen and the art of organizational maintenance. Organizational Aesthetics. 2(1), 34-58.
Purser, R. (2012). Deconstructing Lack: A Buddhist Perspective on Egocentric Organizations, Tamara Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry,10(4), 17-23.
Low, A. and Purser, R. (2012). Zen and the creative management of dilemmas. Journal of Management, Spirituality, and Religion, 9(4), 335-355.
Purser, R. (2011). A Buddhist-Lacanian Perspective on Lack. Humanistic Psychologist, 39: 289-304.
Purser, R. (2011). Developing awareness of time in organizational change. Organization Development Journal, Spring, 29(1), 45-62.
Lamm, E., & Purser, R. (2010). The role of value congruence in organizational change. Organization Development Journal, 28(2), 49-64.
Purser, R. & Petranker, J. (2005). Unfreezing the future: Exploring the dynamic of time in organizational change. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 41(2), 182-203..
Hannay, M., Purser, R., and Swift, C. (2005), Challenges of virtual teams: The business editorial board at MERLOT, Journal of Contemporary Business Issues, 13 (1), 21-30.
Purser, R. (2004). Timescapes in management: Creative inquiries and critical explorations. Guest Editorial. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 8(19), 1-5.
Purser, R.E., Bluedorn, A., & Petranker, J. (2004). The causes and time of flow in organizational change. In R. Woodman & W. Pasmore (Eds.), Research in Organizational Change and Development, Vol. 14. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
Purser, R. (2000). Virtualization of consciousness or conscious virtualization: What path will virtual reality take? In Jerry Biberman & Abbass Alkhafaji (Eds.) Business Research Yearbook, Global Business Perspectives, Vol VII. New York: University Press of America., pp. -.
Purser, R. (2000). The coming crisis in real-time environments: A dromological analysis. In S. Havolvick (Ed.), Best Paper Proceedings of the 2000 Academy of Management Meeting, Toronto, CA. (CD-ROM).
Purser, R.E., & Cabana, S. (1999). The role of management in a self-managing organization. National Productivity Review, Spring, pp.41-45.
Purser, R.E. (1997). From global management to global appreciation: A transformative epistemology for aperspectival worlds. Organization and Environment. Vol. 10, No.4, 361-383.
Purser, R. (1997) Probing the reflexivity-action nexus: An alternative research paradigm for studying nonsynoptic systems change. Best Paper Proceedings of the 1997 Academy of Management Meeting, Boston, MA.
Purser, R.E., and Cabana (1997). Mobilizing large-scale strategic change: An application of the Search Conference method at Xerox. Quality Progress, 30 (5), 66-72.
Purser, R., Cabana, S., Emery, M., & Emery, F.E. (1997). Using search conferences for planning large-scale strategic change. Organization Development Journal. (Special Issue on Large Group Interventions). 15 (1), 30-52.
Montuori, A. and Purser, R. (1996). Complexity, epistemology, and ecology. (Dialogue response). Academy of Management Review, 21 (4), 912-925.
Purser, R. and Montuori, A. (1996). Ecocentrism is in the eye of the beholder. (Dialogue response). Academy of Management Review 21 (3), 611-613.
Purser, R. (1996). Designing post-industrial organizations for ecological sustainability. World Futures, Vol. 46, 203-222.
Montuori, A. and Purser, R. (1996). Context and creativity: Beyond social determinism and the isolated genius–a rejoinder to Hale. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 36 (2), 34-43.
Montuori, A., and Purser, R. (1996). Social creativity: The challenge of complexity. Pluriverso, Winter (Italian publication).
Purser, R., Park, C.K., Montuori, A. (1995). Limits to anthropocentrism: Towards an ecocentric organization paradigm? Academy of Management Review, 20 (4), 1053-1089. (Special Topic Forum on Ecologically Sustainable Organizations).
Montuori, A., and Purser, R. (1995). Deconstructing the lone genius myth: Towards a socio-ecological view of creativity. Journal of Humanistic Psychology 35(3), 69-112.
Purser,R.E.,(1994). “Shallow” vs. “Deep” organization development and environmental sustainability. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 7(4), 8-18. (Guest Editorial).
Purser, R., and Kumar, N. (1994). The reported advantage: What journalists say chief executives do to facilitate innovation in their firms. Creativity and Innovation Management 3 (1), 33-42.
Purser, R., and Montuori, A. (1994). Miles Davis in the classroom: Using the jazz ensemble metaphor for enhancing team learning. Journal of Management Education 18 (1), 21-31.
Meyer, C., and Purser, R. (1993). Six steps to becoming a fast cycle time competitor. Research-Technology Management, September-October, 41-48.
Pasmore, W., and Purser, R. (1993). Designing knowledge work systems. Journal of Quality and Participation, July-August, 78-84.
Purser, R. (1992). Sociotechnical systems design principles for computer aided engineering. Technovation, 12 (6), 379-386.
Purser, R., Pasmore, W., and Tenkasi, R. (1992). The influence of deliberations on learning in new product development teams. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management 9, 1-28.
Purser, R. (1991). Redesigning the knowledge-based product development organization: A case study in sociotechnical systems change, Technovation, 11 (7), 403-416.
Purser, R. (1991). An application of non-routine sociotechnical systems analysis in a product development organization, Organization Development Journal Spring, 73-78.
Purser, R. (1986). Time in organizations: The invisible dimension, GDI Implus, (a Swiss Management journal) German translation, April, 41-46.