Items where Department is "Lancaster University Management School > Management Development Division (MDD)" and Year is 2006
Number of items: 22.
Ahmed, S and Swan, S E (2006) Editorial of special issue on doing diversity in education. Policy Futures in Education, 4 (2). pp. 96-100. ISSN 1478-2103
Bailey, A J and Smith, A (2006) Turning it around: performance recovery in the UK further education sector. CEL Working Paper Series, 7913.
Bailey, A J and Smith, A and Vickers, D (2006) Growing change in FE: a pathway of internal change processes. CEL Working Paper Series, 7917.
Bailey, A J and Smith, A and Vickers, D (2006) Growing change in FE: behaviours that shape change. CEL Working Paper Series, 7918.
Ball, L J and Alford, D and Iszatt-White, M and Kinder, K E and Busby, J S (2006) The acceptability of deontic health and safety rules: Evidence for the conditional expected utility hypothesis. In: 23rd Annual British Psychological Society Cognitive Section Conference (Lancaster) - 2006. unknown, N/A.
Busby, J S and Iszatt-White, M (2006) Pushing the boundaries of HRO thinking: non-complex and uncoupled but still deadly. In: SRA Annual Meeting - Risk Analysis in a Dynamic World: Making a Difference (Baltimore, Maryland) - 2006. unknown, N/A.
Eldridge, Stephen and Balubaid, Mohammed and Barber, Kevin (2006) Using a knowledge management approach to support quality costing. International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, 23 (1). pp. 81-101.
Eldridge, Stephen and Garza Reyes, Jose and Barber, Kevin (2006) Using discrete event simulation and Taguchi methods to analyse the OEE of an automated bottling process. 16th International Conference on Flexible Automation & Intelligent Manufacturing (FAIM 2006). 26 - 28 June 2006. Limerick, RoI. In: FAIM 2006, 2006-06-262006-06-28, Limerick.
Eldridge, Stephen and Lopez, G. and Thacker, M (2006) A knowledge management approach to overcoming barriers to effective supply chain management. Logistics Research Network Annual Conference 2006, 06 - 08 September, 2006. Newcastle, UK. In: Logistics research Network Annual conference 2006, 2006-09-06, Newcastle.
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.
Iszatt-White, M (2006) Catching them at it? An ethnography of rule violation. In: Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences (Liverpool) - 2006. unknown, N/A.
Iszatt-White, M and Kelly, S and Rouncefield, M F (2006) Ethnography and leadership. In: Ethnography Conference (University of Liverpool) - 2006. unknown, N/A.
Kelly, S and Iszatt-White, M and Martin, D and Rouncefield, M F (2006) Leadership refrains: patterns of leadership. Leadership, 2 (2). pp. 181-201. ISSN 1742-7150
Kelly, S and Iszatt-White, M and Rouncefield, M F (2006) Meetings as the practical accomplishment of educational leadership. International Studies in Educational Administration, 34 (2). pp. 46-61. ISSN 1324-1702
Kempster, Stephen (2006) Leadership learning through lived experience: a process of apprenticeship. Journal of Management and Organization, 12 (1). pp. 4-22. ISSN 1833-3672
Kempster, Stephen and Bailey, A J (2006) Becoming a strategic leader: Lessons from further education. Working Paper. Centre for Excellence in Leadership, Lancaster University.
Landstrom, Joachim (2006) Dagligvaruhandeln är mycket överlönsam. Ica-nyheter. p. 1.
Landstrom, Joachim (2006) Lönsamhet är inte vinstmarginal. Ica-nyheter. p. 1.
Smith, A and Bailey, A J (2006) Measuring Cinderella: Measurement 1 - Vital statistics. CEL Working Paper Series, 7915.
Smith, A and Bailey, A J (2006) Measuring Cinderella: Measurement 2 - Inspection - One size fits all? CEL Working Paper Series, 7916.
Smith, A and Bailey, A J (2006) A performance in the key of FE: An exploration of how further education leaders 'perform performance'. CEL Working Paper Series, 7914.
Swan, S E (2006) Gendered leadership and management development: therapeutic cultures at work. In: Women in Leadership and Management. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 52-70. ISBN 9781845426460