Scholarly publications:

Beane, M. (2018). Shadow Learning: Building Robotic Surgical Skill When Approved Means Fail. Administrative Science Quarterlyhttps://doi.org/10.1177/0001839217751692
Beane, M., & Orlikowski, W. J. (2015). What Difference Does a Robot Make? The Material Enactment of Distributed Coordination. Organization Science, 26(6), 1553–1573. https://doi.org/10.1287/orsc.2015.1004

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 (qz.com, 2017)

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

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