Items where Department is "Lancaster University Management School > Management Learning & Leadership" and Year is 2006
Number of items: 53.
Allen, Stephen and Thomas, Keith (2006) Assessing knowledge application and learning capability in organisations. The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organizations, 6 (7). pp. 81-88. ISSN 1447-9524
Asensio, M and Hodgson, V E and Saunders, M (2006) Developing an inclusive approach to the evaluation of networked learning: the ELAC experience. In: Networked Learning Conference (Lancaster) - 2006. unknown, N/A.
Asensio, M and Hodgson, V E and Saunders, M (2006) The presence of evaluation in the ELAC project. In: International Virtual Education Conference (San Jose, Costa Rica) - 2006. unknown, N/A.
Burgoyne, J G (2006) What is the role of management capability in improving company performance? In: Skills and Economic Performance. Caspian Publishing, London, pp. 210-223. ISBN 1-901-884-633
Burgoyne, J G and Turnbull James, K (2006) Towards best or better practice in corporate leadership development: issues in Mode 2 and design science research. British Journal of Healthcare Management, 17 (4). pp. 303-316. ISSN 1358-0574
Burgoyne, J G and Turnbull James, K (2006) Towards best or better practice in corporate leadership development: operational issues in mode 2 and design science research. British Journal of Healthcare Management, 17 (4). pp. 303-316. ISSN 1358-0574
Collinson, D L (2006) Rethinking followership: a post-structuralist analysis of follower identities. The Leadership Quarterly, 17 (2). pp. 172-189. ISSN 1048-9843
Contu, A (2006) Teams at work. In: Introducing Organizational Behavior and Management. Thomson Learning, London. ISBN 1844800350
Cooper, C L and Burgoyne, J G (2006) Reviewing for academic journals: qualitative-based manuscripts. In: Winning Reviews: A Guide for Evaluating Scholarly Writing. Palgrave, London, pp. 143-155. ISBN 1403992231
Cox, S J and Jones, B M and Collinson, D L (2006) Trust relations in high-reliability organisations. Risk Analysis, 26 (5). pp. 1123-1138. ISSN 0272-4332
Densten, I L (2006) Negotiating extra effort through contingent rewards. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 27 (1). pp. 38-49. ISSN 0143-7739
Downs, Carolyn (2006) Daniel Eccleston of Lancaster 1745-1821:a man not afraid to stand on the shoulders of giants. Quaker Studies, 10 (2). pp. 203-242. ISSN 1363-013X
Dunn, Elaine Louise (2006) Being critical in practice:the voice of mature students involved in critical management education. In: 5th ISLC Conference Proceedings. .
Easterby-Smith, M P V and Antonacopoulou, E (2006) Organizational learning, knowledge and dynamic capabilities. In: The Exceptional Manager. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 156-177. ISBN 0199292221
Fahy, K and St-Amour, W and Easterby-Smith, M P V and Elliott, Carole (2006) Construction design in practice: learning, reflecting and sharing. In: British Academy of Management Conference (Belfast, UK) - 2006. unknown, N/A.
Ferdinand, J and Simm, D (2006) Less is sometimes more: promising practices reconsidered. Working Paper. The Department of Management Learning and Leadership, Lancaster University.
Ferreday, Debra and Hodgson, Vivien and Jones, Chris R. (2006) Dialogue, language and identity: critical issues for networked management learning. Studies in Continuing Education, 28 (3). pp. 223-239. ISSN 0158-037X
Fleetwood, Steve and Hesketh, A J (2006) HRM-performance research: under-theorized and lacking explanatory power. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 17 (12). pp. 1977-1993. ISSN 0958-5192
Fleetwood, Steve and Hesketh, A J (2006) Prediction in Social Science: the case of research on the Human Resource Management-organisational performance link. Journal of Critical Realism, 5 (2). pp. 228-250. ISSN 1476-7430
Fleetwood, Steve and Hesketh, A J (2006) Theorising under-theorisation in research on the HRM - performance link. Working Paper. The Department of Organisation, Work and Technology, Lancaster University.
Fox, S (2006) Inquiries of every imaginable kind: ethnomethodology, practical action and the new socially situated learning theory. The Sociological Review, 54 (3). pp. 426-445. ISSN 0038-0261
Fox, S and Bailey, A J and Smith, A (2006) How does leadership in further education colleges contribute to quality improvement? CEL Working Paper Series, 7919.
Gatrell, C J (2006) Interviewing fathers: feminist dilemmas in fieldwork. Journal of Gender Studies, 15 (3). pp. 237-251. ISSN 0958-9236
Gatrell, C J (2006) Managing maternity. In: Women in Leadership and Management. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 89-108. ISBN 9781845426460
Gatrell, Caroline (2006) Managing part-time study : a guide for undergraduates and postgraduates. Open University Press. ISBN 9780335219407
Hannan, Mark and Leitch, Claire and Hazlett, Shirley-Ann (2006) Measuring effectiveness of entrepreneurship education: a cognitive approach to evaluation. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning, 16 (5). pp. 400-419. ISSN 1560-4624
Hazlett, Shirley-Ann and Henderson, Joan and Hill, Frances and Leitch, Claire (2006) Who wants to be an entrepreneur? Perceptions of women towards entrepreneurship. In: Promoting Female Entrepreneurship : Implications for Education, Training and Policy. Routledge, London. ISBN 978-0415363174
Hearn, J and Collinson, D L (2006) Men, masculinities and workplace diversity/diversion: power, intersections and paradoxes. In: Handbook of Workplace Diversity. Sage, London, pp. 299-322. ISBN 0-7619-4422-2
Henry, Colette and Hill, Frances M. and Leitch, Claire (2006) Evaluating entrepreneurship education and training : implications for programme design. In: Handbook of Research in Entrepreneurship Education: Volume 1 - A General Perspective. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, pp. 248-260. ISBN 9781845421069
Hesketh, A J (2006) Outsourcing the HR Function: Possibilities and Pitfalls. Accenture. ISBN 0-9553273-0-X
Hesketh, A J and Fleetwood, Steve (2006) Beyond measuring the human resources management- organizational performance link: applying Critical Realist meta-theory. Organization, 13 (5). pp. 677-699. ISSN 1350-5084
Hill, Frances and Leitch, Claire and Harrison, Richard (2006) Desperately seeking finance? The demand for finance by women-owned and -led businesses. Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance, 8 (2). pp. 159-182. ISSN 1369-1066
Hodgson, V E and Asensio, M (2006) Evaluation in virtual education. In: The Use of Information Communication Technologies in Higher Education: International Experiences. unknown, N/A.
Hong, J and Easterby-Smith, M P V and Snell, R (2006) Transferring organizational learning systems to Japanese subsidiaries in China. Journal of Management Studies, 43 (5). pp. 1027-1058. ISSN 0022-2380
Hong, J and Snell, R and Easterby-Smith, M P V (2006) Cross-cultural influences of organizational learning in MNCs: the case of Japanese companies in China. Journal of International Management, 12 (4). pp. 408-429. ISSN 1075-4253
Jones, A M (2006) Culture, identity, and motivation: the historical anthropology of a family firm. Culture and Organization, 12 (2). pp. 169-183. ISSN 1475-9551
Jones, A M (2006) Developing what? An anthropological look at the leadership development process across cultures. Leadership, 1 (4). pp. 481-498. ISSN 1742-7150
Jones, C and Ferreday, D J and Hodgson, V E (2006) Networked learning a relational approach - weak and strong ties. In: Networked Learning Conference (Lancaster) - 2006. unknown, N/A.
Leitch, Claire and Harrison, Richard (2006) Growth dynamics in university spin-out comapnies: Entrepreneurial ventures or technology lifestyle businesses? In: Entrepreneurship and the Financial Community. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham. ISBN 1847207936
Leitch, Claire and Hill, Frances (2006) Women and the financing of entrepreneurial ventures: More pieces for the jigsaw. Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance, 8 (1). pp. 1-14. ISSN 1369-1066
Leitch, Claire and Hill, Frances and Harrison, Richard (2006) The growth and financing of women-led ventures: The Northern Ireland Experience. In: Growth oriented women entrepreneurs and their businesses. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham. ISBN 1845422899
Martin, P Y and Collinson, D L (2006) What do we mean by communication? Responding to Mumby and Ashcraft. Gender, Work and Organisation, 13 (1). pp. 91-95. ISSN 0968-6673
Mills, D and Jepson, A and Coxon, T and Easterby-Smith, M P V and Hawkins, P and Spencer, J (2006) Demographic review of the UK social sciences. Economic and Social Research Council.
Pedler, M and Burgoyne, J G (2006) Distributed leadership. In View, Sep (11). pp. 20-21.
Ponti, M and Hodgson, V E (2006) Networked management learning for managers of small and medium enterprises. In: Networked Learning Conference (Lancaster) - 2006. unknown, N/A.
Prieto, I and Easterby-Smith, M P V (2006) Dynamic capabilities and the role of organizational knowledge: an exploration. European Journal of Information Systems, 15 (5). pp. 500-510. ISSN 0960-085X
Rigg, C and Trehan, K and Stewart, J (2006) Critical Human Resource Development: Beyond Orthodoxy. Prentice Hall. ISBN 0273705598
Simm, D and Ferdinand, J (2006) Economic and industrial espionage: a different perspective on inter-organizational learning. Working Paper. The Department of Management Learning and Leadership, Lancaster University.
Thomas, Keith and Allen, Stephen (2006) The learning organisation: a meta-analysis of themes in literature. The Learning Organization, 13 (2). pp. 123-139. ISSN 0969-6474
Trehan, K (2006) Making diversity count: from resistance to learning. Public Service Review: Central Government, 11. pp. 60-66.
Trehan, K and Rigg, C and Stewart, J (2006) Going beyond a critical turn: limitations and hypocrisies. In: Critical Human Resource Development: Beyond Orthodoxy. Prentice Hall, London. ISBN 0273705598
Trehan, Kiran and Rigg, Clare and Stewart, Jim (2006) Critical human resource development : beyond orthodoxy. Financial Times.
Williams, David and Brown, Phil and Hesketh, Anthony J. (2006) How to get the best graduate job:insider strategies for success in the graduate job market. Prentice Hall. ISBN 0273703552