Scholarly publications:

Beane, M. (2018). Shadow Learning: Building Robotic Surgical Skill When Approved Means Fail. Administrative Science Quarterly
Beane, M., & Orlikowski, W. J. (2015). What Difference Does a Robot Make? The Material Enactment of Distributed Coordination. Organization Science, 26(6), 1553–1573.

Bettinelli, M., Y. Lei, M. Beane, C. Mackey, T. N. Liesching. 2015. Does Robotic Telerounding Enhance Nurse–Physician Collaboration Satisfaction About Care Decisions? Telemedicine and eHealth.

Dissertation-related working papers:

Making a Grey Hole: What it Took to Reduce the Risk of the Deviance Required to Get Results from a Degraded Surgical Robot (in preparation for submission)

A Shady History: Expanding Surgical Practice through Productive Deviance from 1800-2017 (working paper)

Popular/practical publications (recent samples):

Young doctors struggle to learn robotic surgery – so they are practicing in the shadows (the Conversation, 2018)

The US Can’t Beat China’s Robots – But it Can Win By Building the Machines that Make Them (, 2017)

Robots Add Real Value When Working With Humans, Not Replacing Them (TechCrunch, 2016)

Robo-Sabotage is Surprisingly Common (MIT Tech Review, 2015)