• Ballard, D. I. (under contract). Time by design. Massachusetts: MIT Press.
  • Ballard, D. I., & McGlone, M. (2017). Work pressures: New agendas in communication. New York: Routledge.

Articles & Chapters

  • Ballard, D. I. & Aguilar, A. (forthcoming). Physicians’ heroism during COVID-19. In S. T. Allison, J. K. Beggan, and G. R. Goethals (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Heroism Studies. New York: Springer.
  • Chewning, L., Doerfyl, M., Ballard, D. I., & Harrison, T. (forthcoming). Crisis response and resilience. In V. Miller & M. S. Poole (Eds.), The Handbook of Organizational Communication.
  • Webster, S. & Ballard, D. I. (forthcoming). “Work-Life balance? That’s just for managers”: Time policies and practices in blue-collar and white-collar work. In B.J. Van Gilder, J.T. Austin, and J.S. Bruscella (Eds.), Communication and Organizational Changemaking for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. New York: Routledge.
  • Aguilar, A., Ballard, D. I. (2022). Even heroes need help: The impact of COVID-19 on physicians already at risk for burnout. In L. Browning, Sørnes, J.O., Svenkerud, P. J. (Eds.), Organizational communication in the time of Coronavirus: Ethnographies and the future of work (pp. 327-344) London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Ballard, D.I. (2022). Transdisciplinarity demands time. Time & Society, 31(1), 14-16. DOI: 10.1177/0961463X211073566 | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I. & Mandhana, D. R. (2022). Time and temporality in groups. In S. Beck, M.S. Poole & J. Keyton (Eds.), The Handbook of Group and Team Communication (pp. 323-336). New York: Emerald.
  • Kalman, Y. M., Ballard, D. I., & Aguilar, A. M. (2021). Chronemic urgency in everyday digital communication. Time & Society, 30(2), 153-175. | PDF
  • Ballard, D.I., Allen, B. J., Ashcraft, K. L., Ganesh, S., McLeod, P. L., & Zoller, H. M. (2020). When words do not matter: Identifying actions to effect diversity, equity, and inclusion in the academy. Management Communication Quarterly, 34(4), 590-616. DOI: 10.1177/0893318920951643. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I. & Aguilar, A. (2020). When pacing is a privilege: The time scale of exclusion. In M. L. Doerfyl & J. L. Gibbs (Eds.), Building inclusiveness in organizations, institutions, and communities: Communication theory perspectives. New York: Routledge. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I. & Mandhana, D. R. (2019). Groups, teams, and decision making. In A. M. Nicotera (Ed.), Organizational communication: A comprehensive introduction to the field. New York: Routledge. | PDF
  • Kalman, Y. M., Aguilar, A. M., & Ballard, D. I. (2018). The role of chronemic agency in the processing of a multitude of mediated conversation threads. 51st Proceedings of HICSS (Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences). | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I. (2017). Time. In C. R. Scott and L. K. Lewis (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication. New York: Wiley. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I., Ramgolam, D. I., & Solomon Gray, E. (2017). Modern times, modern spaces: Interaction genres and multiminding in network-based work. In D. I. Ballard and M. S. McGlone (Eds.), Work pressures: New agendas in communication. New York: Routledge. | PDF
  • Barbour, J. B., Ballard, D. I., Barge, J. K., & Gill, R. (2017). Making time/making temporality for engaged scholarship. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 45(4), 365-380. doi: 10.1080/00909882.2017.1355556 | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I., & McVey, T. (2014). Measure twice, cut once: The temporality of communication design. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 42(2), 190-207. doi: 10.1080/00909882.2013.874571 | PDF
  • Barrett, A. & Ballard, D. I. (2014). The Norwegian workplace hustle: Shifting socio-cultural dynamics and a crisis of national identity. In L. Browning and J. O. Soernes (Eds.), Stories of the High North. London: Routledge.
  • Gómez, L. F. & Ballard, D. I. (2013). Communication for the long-term: Information allocation and collective reflexivity as dynamic capabilities. Journal of Business Communication, 50 (2), 208-220. doi: 10.1177/0021943612474992 | PDF
  • Ishak, A. W. & Ballard, D. I. (2012). Time to re-group: A typology and nested phase model for action teams. Small Group Research, 43(1), 3–29. doi:10.1177/1046496411425250 | PDF
  • Stephens, K. K., Cho, J. K., & Ballard, D. I. (2012). Simultaneity, sequentiality, and speed: Organizational messages about multiple task completion. Human Communication Research, 38(1), 23–47. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2958.2011.01420.x | PDF
  • Gómez, L. F. & Ballard, D. I. (2011). Communication for change: Transactive memory systems as dynamic capabilities. In A. B. Shani, R. Woodman & W. A. Pasmore (Eds.), Research in Organizational Change and Development (Vol. 19, pp. 91-115). Bingley, UK: Emerald.
  • *Aakhus, M., Ballard, D., Flanagin, A. J., Kuhn, T., Leonardi, P., Mease, J., & Miller, K. (2011). Communication and Materiality: A Conversation from the CM Café. Communication Monographs, 78, 557–568. doi:10.1080/03637751.2011.618358
  • Ballard, D. I. (2009). Organizational temporality over time: Activity cycles as sources of entrainment. In R. Roe, M.J. Waller, & S. Clegg (Eds.), Time in organizational research (pp. 204-219). London: Routledge. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I., & Webster, S. P. (2009). Time and time again: The search for meaning/fulness through popular discourse on the time and timing of work. KronoScope: Journal for the Study of Time, 8, 131-145. | PDF
  • Seibold, D. R., Lemus, D. R., Ballard, D. I., & Myers, K. K. (2009). Organizational communication and applied communication research: Parallels, intersections, integration, and engagement. In L. R. Frey & K. N. Cissna (Eds.), Handbook of applied communication (pp. 843-866). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I. (2008). The experience of time at work. In L. K. Guerrero & M. L. Hecht (Eds.), The nonverbal communication reader: Classic and contemporary readings (3rd ed.) (pp. 258-269). Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I., Waller, M. J., & Tschan, F. (2008). All in the timing: Considering time at multiple stages of group research. Small Group Communication, 39, 328-351. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I. (2007). Chronemics at work: Using socio-historical accounts to illuminate contemporary workplace temporality. In R. Rubin (Ed.), Research in the sociology of work: Vol. 17 Work place temporalities (pp. 29-54). Cambridge, MA: Elsevier.
  • Ballard, D. I., & Gossett, L. M. (2007). Alternative times: The temporal perceptions, processes, and practices defining the non-standard work arrangement. In C. Beck (Ed.), Communication Yearbook, 31 (pp. 269-316). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I., & Gomez, L. F. (2006). Time to meet: Meetings as sites of organizational memory. In J. Parker, M. Crawford, & P. Harris (Eds.), Study of time XII: Time and memory (pp. 301-312). Boston, MA: Brill. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I., & Seibold, D. R. (2006). The experience of time at work: Relationship to communication load, job satisfaction, and interdepartmental communication. Communication Studies, 57, 317-340.
  • Ballard, D. I., & Seibold, D. R. (2004). Organizational members’ communication and temporal experience: Scale development and validation. Communication Research, 31, 135-172. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I., & Seibold, D. R. (2004). Communication-related organizational structures and work group members’ temporal experience: The effects of interdependence, type of technology, and feedback cycle on members’ views and enactments of time. Communication Monographs, 71, 1-27. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I., & Seibold, D. R. (2003). Communicating and organizing in time: A meso level model of organizational temporality. Management Communication Quarterly, 16, 380-415. | PDF
  • Giles, H., Ballard, D. I., & McCann, R. M. (2002). Perceptions of intergenerational communication across cultures: An Italian case. Perceptual and Motor Ability, 95, 583-591. | PDF
  • Ballard, D. I., & Seibold, D. R. (2000). Time orientation and temporal variation across work groups: Implications for group and organizational communication. Western Journal of Communication, 64, 218-242. | PDF

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