The purpose of this thesis is to add to the industrial relations literature on strikes by conducting a case study of the 2016-17 Mixed Fleet – BA industrial dispute and answer the principal research question: How do trade union workplace representati... Read More about Organising to win: the role of trade union leadership in the 2016-17 Mixed Fleet Unite-British Airways dispute.
Motivated by controversial public and private sector hybrid organisational relationships and, more broadly, by repeated calls regarding control and management of hybrid organisational relationships, this thesis is concerned with the understanding pro... Read More about Understanding process of management control changes in hybrid organisational contracts.
The concept of advanced practice has been developed to not only enhance the capacity and dimension of the healthcare workforce but improve clinical continuity, demonstrate high quality, patient-focused care and provide visible leadership in the hope... Read More about Exploring leadership styles utilised by Advanced Clinical Practitioners to initiate positive change within clinical practice.
Compensation for Business Tenants: Mischief and Malady (2020)
This article focuses upon the provisions and underlying policy of the Landlord and Tenant Acts of 1927 and 1954. It surveys the mischief that each Act was designed to address and, from the perspective of compensation for business tenants, examines cr... Read More about Compensation for Business Tenants: Mischief and Malady.
There has long been an understanding that to achieve meaningful progress against sustainability challenges, action is required at multiple levels. With regards to education initiatives, these levels range from macro-level international agreements and... Read More about Reducing carbon emissions in business through Responsible Management Education: Influence at the micro-, meso- and macro-levels.
The Handbook of Experiential Learning In International Business is a one-stop source for international managers, business educators and trainers who seek to either select and use an existing experiential learning project, or develop new projects and... Read More about Virtual Business Projects in the Classroom: Enhancing Intercultural and Business Skills of Students.
Drawing upon the knowledge-based view and team learning, we investigated how heterogeneity in top management teams (TMTs) in China influences global expansion strategies. Using panel data from Chinese listed firms from 2008 to 2014, we found that TMT... Read More about Heterogeneity in top management teams and outward foreign direct investment: evidence from Chinese listed companies.
University impact?: Evidencing operations management knowledge transfer (2019)
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This paper assesses the value and impact of operations management knowledge transfer. It proposes an evidence-based framework to demonstrate the output and impact from industry partners that coexist within complex relationships. It also suggests a us... Read More about University impact?: Evidencing operations management knowledge transfer.
Creative processes of impact making: Advancing an American Pragmatist methodology (2019)
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to provide new insights into the social impact of creative research methods. Design/methodology/approach Using the new methodology of cultural animation (CA), the authors highlight how knowledge can be co-pro... Read More about Creative processes of impact making: Advancing an American Pragmatist methodology.
New approaches for Learning Analytics and Business Projects as Learning Enhancers for Students (2019)
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A main obstacle for the higher education sector is the provision of authentic learning experiences and the integration of modern and innovative technology into the existing curriculum. This need prompts universities to re-think current pedagogical co... Read More about New approaches for Learning Analytics and Business Projects as Learning Enhancers for Students.
Co-Producing Community and Individual Change through Theatrical Interventions (2019)
This article sheds light on the role of co-produced creative methods in creating change, with particular reference to marginalized communities and taboo topics. In doing so, the paper offers a vignette of a day-long theatrical outreach event explorin... Read More about Co-Producing Community and Individual Change through Theatrical Interventions.
This paper examines the effect of organizational dynamics on innovation focus using the residual dominant and emergent theoretical framework (RDE) and the empirical evidence of four case studies. The findings revealed that different types of innovati... Read More about Organisational Dynamics and Adoption of Innovation: A Study within the Software Firms in Sri Lanka.
Industry agglomeration, subnational institution and foreign film performance (2018)
This study investigates the impact of industry agglomeration and its interaction with sub-national institutions on the profitability of multinational enterprises (MNEs) subsidiaries operating in an emerging economy. We argue that in an emerging econo... Read More about Industry agglomeration, subnational institution and foreign film performance.
Knowledge Transfer and Impact? (2018)
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This paper suggests a comparison framework to try and evidence the impact of knowledge transfer. It examines impact by reporting on the outputs from case studies across two sectors, manufacturing and healthcare. The paper assesses the impact of knowl... Read More about Knowledge Transfer and Impact?.
Qur’anic ethics for environmental responsibility: implications for business practice (2018)
Despite the growing interest in examining the role of religious beliefs as a guide towards environmental conscious actions, there is still a lack of research informed by an analysis of divine messages. This deficiency includes the extent to which eth... Read More about Qur’anic ethics for environmental responsibility: implications for business practice.
Multilingual Research, Monolingual Publications: Management Scholarship in English only (2017)
This paper identifies several stages of international management scholarship as multilingual in character as the conception and execution of research projects, whether empirical or theoretical, frequently require the use of several languages... Read More about Multilingual Research, Monolingual Publications: Management Scholarship in English only.
The environmental implications of corporate economic activities have led to growing demands for firms and their boards to adopt sustainable strategies and to disseminate more useful information about their activities and impacts on environment. This... Read More about Do Board CSR Strategy and Orientation Influence Corporate Environmental Disclosures of UK firms..
The Translator as Agent in Talent Management Knowledge Transfer (2017)
We investigate the transfer of talent management knowledge into a Slovak manufacturing setting from a translation perspective. The translator is shown to be the key agent in the cross-national, cross-language knowledge transfer process, who not only... Read More about The Translator as Agent in Talent Management Knowledge Transfer.
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