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Negative capability and praxis: Reflections on the development of an undergraduate OD consultancy project (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Wilkinson, J. (2016, April). Negative capability and praxis: Reflections on the development of an undergraduate OD consultancy project. Paper presented at Chartered Association of Business Schools

This paper aims to explore the links between theoretical notions of negative capability and the process of praxis, reflecting how embedding these might be achieved in an undergraduate teaching context which uses practice-led teaching approaches with... Read More about Negative capability and praxis: Reflections on the development of an undergraduate OD consultancy project.

What's trust got to do with it? How remote workers socially construct their understandings of trust (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Wilkinson, J., & Knights, D. (2015, July). What's trust got to do with it? How remote workers socially construct their understandings of trust. Paper presented at EGOS 2015

This paper is concerned with the problem of trust as it relates to remote working from home. It explores empirically and analytically how trust is socially constructed and made to matter as these employees manage their daily routines at home. Its pro... Read More about What's trust got to do with it? How remote workers socially construct their understandings of trust.

Reflections on practice-led, student-centred learning for a final year UG module – a critical view on the social construct of in-module ‘structure’ (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Wilkinson, J. (2015, April). Reflections on practice-led, student-centred learning for a final year UG module – a critical view on the social construct of in-module ‘structure’. Paper presented at Association of Business Schools (ABS)

This paper aims to explore student’s perceptions of practice-led, student-centred learning, and through our own reflective practice as module leaders, to extend understanding of delivering scholarly learning through practice-led learning

Emotions and remote working: Are there inferences for the development of leadership theory and practice? (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Wilkinson, J., & Knights, D. (2012, September). Emotions and remote working: Are there inferences for the development of leadership theory and practice?. Presented at BAM 2012

The aim of this presentation is to explore notions of flexible working practices and the emotional experiences of remote working, concluding in a consideration of these new working practices for the development of leadership theory and practice.

What's trust got to do with it? (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Wilkinson, J. (2012, July). What's trust got to do with it?. Presented at SCOS

This paper draws on interview and questionnaire data gathered from remote workers in order to explore the social constructs through which these remote workers attribute meaning to trust and so demonstrate their trustworthiness (Flores and Solomon, 19... Read More about What's trust got to do with it?.

Revisiting the role of lectures on a final year UG module – a critical view on the social construct of good lectures in a new university (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Wilkinson, J., & Schedlitzki, D. (2011, June). Revisiting the role of lectures on a final year UG module – a critical view on the social construct of good lectures in a new university. Paper presented at BMAF

This paper draws on feedback data on a Business and Management Level 3 undergraduate module (Organisational Analysis) at a new university in order to explore current social constructs within this student cohort of quality and nature of a good lecture... Read More about Revisiting the role of lectures on a final year UG module – a critical view on the social construct of good lectures in a new university.

Get a life! Students’ strategic development of identity (2005)
Presentation / Conference
Wilkinson, J., & Grisoni, L. (2005, June). Get a life! Students’ strategic development of identity. Paper presented at SRHE Annual Conference

This empirical study of first year undergraduate business and management students explores how they construct their identity on arrival at university. The study aims to generate fresh insights and understanding of the experiences of students, proces... Read More about Get a life! Students’ strategic development of identity.