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Examining coaching as a talent management practice through the lens of the psychological contract (2021)
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Mangion-Thornley, K. (2021, October). Examining coaching as a talent management practice through the lens of the psychological contract. Paper presented at 10th EIASM Talent Management Workshop

Coaching is widely deployed in organisations for talent management purposes. Despite being identified as one of the most effective talent management practices, few empirical studies have examined the perceived role of talent coaching at both individu... Read More about Examining coaching as a talent management practice through the lens of the psychological contract.

Narratives of entrepreneurship: A video-game rhetorical epic? (2021)
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Kars-Unluoglu, S., Gaggiotti, H., & Jarvis, C. (2021, August). Narratives of entrepreneurship: A video-game rhetorical epic?. Paper presented at BAM 2021 Conference, Online

In this paper we explore stories mobilised by budding entrepreneurs in the creation and maintenance of an entrepreneurial identity. We explore how budding entrepreneurs, studying on an undergraduate, project-based, practice-led entrepreneurship degre... Read More about Narratives of entrepreneurship: A video-game rhetorical epic?.

Research impact (2021)
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Duong, L. (2021, August). Research impact. Presented at REIAd 2021 - XI Colloquium on Networks, Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Administration, UNIP, Brazil

A pedagogy for critical management studies (2021)
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Knights, D., Huber, G., & Longman, R. (2021, July). A pedagogy for critical management studies. Paper presented at 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia [online]

In this essay, we explore the underlying processes of identity work in teaching from a critical management studies (CMS) and critical management education (CME) perspective. Identity is a concern for both teachers and students and especially where it... Read More about A pedagogy for critical management studies.

Digital Methodologies – Principles and practice of researching online (2021)
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Joyce, K. (2021, July). Digital Methodologies – Principles and practice of researching online

Following a successful bid, this UWE research event was funded by the Society for the Advancement of Management Studies (SAMS) and was designed specifically for early career researchers/doctoral students. Ms Katie Joyce, (UWE) chaired the event... Read More about Digital Methodologies – Principles and practice of researching online.

Developing inclusive leadership: Insights from our work with the NHS leadership academy (2021)
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Bolden, R., & Jarvis, C. (2021, July). Developing inclusive leadership: Insights from our work with the NHS leadership academy. Presented at 11th Developing Leadership Capacity Conference, London Metropolitan University

With a workforce of 1.5 million, the National Health Service (NHS) is the fifth largest organisation in the world. Despite its commitment to provide “a comprehensive service, available to all irrespective of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orie... Read More about Developing inclusive leadership: Insights from our work with the NHS leadership academy.

Organizationality and alterity: Critical reflections on “Teal organizing” in an online community of practice (2021)
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Longman, R. (2021, July). Organizationality and alterity: Critical reflections on “Teal organizing” in an online community of practice. Paper presented at 37th EGOS Colloquium – Organizing for an Inclusive Society: Meanings, Motivations & Mechanisms, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam

This paper develops an understanding of organization outside formal organizations by exploring the interplay between identity and alterity. Based on a netnography of an online community of practice (#AlteritOrg – a pseudonym), I reveal four qualitati... Read More about Organizationality and alterity: Critical reflections on “Teal organizing” in an online community of practice.

Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence (2021)
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Mangion-Thornley, K. (2021, June). Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence. Paper presented at Learning, Teaching & Student Experience 2021 (LTSE 2021), Chartered Association of Business Schools

Cultural intelligence (CQ) and intercultural competence are key skills for the development of future global leaders and the recruitment of young graduates. Mentoring and coaching are increasingly used in Higher Education, yet we lack practical exampl... Read More about Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence.

Framework for inclusive teaching and reducing awarding gaps (2021)
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Bird, S. (2021, June). Framework for inclusive teaching and reducing awarding gaps. Paper presented at Chartered Association of Business Schools Learning and Teaching Conference, Online

This session introduces a Framework for Inclusive Teaching, initially designed to reduce awarding gaps for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students, but adopting approaches that support diverse students. Three lenses are used: accessibility,... Read More about Framework for inclusive teaching and reducing awarding gaps.

Sequential mixed methods research: Non-compliance in apprentice pay with owls (2021)
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Drew, H., & Ritchie, F. (2021, June). Sequential mixed methods research: Non-compliance in apprentice pay with owls. Paper presented at 20th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies, University of Aveiro, Portugal

Within mixed methods literature, the relationship between qualitative and quantitative data collection is ubiquitously presented as sequential. Thus, the most followed approach is for the first stage of data collection to follow the second, or to run... Read More about Sequential mixed methods research: Non-compliance in apprentice pay with owls.

Firm ownership heterogeneity and strategic diversification via cross-border deals (2021)
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Cai, C. (2021, April). Firm ownership heterogeneity and strategic diversification via cross-border deals. Paper presented at 48th Academy of International Business UK & Ireland Chapter Conference, University of Greenwich, London

In this paper, we investigate the role of ownership heterogeneity of acquiring Brazilian multinational enterprises in determining industrial diversification strategies in cross-border mergers and acquisitions. Based on institutions-based theory and c... Read More about Firm ownership heterogeneity and strategic diversification via cross-border deals.

The rhetoric and reality of systems leadership (2021)
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Bolden, R. (2021, February). The rhetoric and reality of systems leadership. Presented at Academi Wales Winter School, Online

Heralded as a means for improving collaboration and alignment between agencies, communities and providers, ‘system(s) leadership’ is becoming increasingly advocated in public services. In the clamour and enthusiasm with which it has been embraced, ho... Read More about The rhetoric and reality of systems leadership.

The cooking process for Team Academy programmes: Ingredients and flavours (2020)
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Urzelai, B. (2020, November). The cooking process for Team Academy programmes: Ingredients and flavours. Paper presented at UNFEAR 2020 Festival of Entrepreneurial Team Learning Research, online

UWE was a pioneer in the UK launching and implementing a Team Entrepreneurship undergraduate degree in 2013. Since then, the programme has been adapting and restructuring considering the feedback obtained from educators, partners and students. This s... Read More about The cooking process for Team Academy programmes: Ingredients and flavours.

The Routledge focus on team academy: Editors' conversation (2020)
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Urzelai, B. (2020, November). The Routledge focus on team academy: Editors' conversation. Presented at UNFEAR 2020 Festival of Entrepreneurial Team Learning Research, online

In October this year, Dr Urzelai and Dr Vettraino signed a four book deal with Routledge that will see the first mainstream publications of the Finnish Team Academy model on the bookstore shelves in 2021. The four edited texts contain research and s... Read More about The Routledge focus on team academy: Editors' conversation.

Leadership, authenticity and representation in troubled times (2020)
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Bolden, R., Oliver, T., & Edwards, G. (2020, November). Leadership, authenticity and representation in troubled times. Paper presented at ILA 22nd Annual Global Conference

In this paper we draw on insights from political science and leadership studies to explore how dynamics of representation play out within place-based leadership. We focus on a case study of Marvin Rees, the Mayor of Bristol’s response to the topplin... Read More about Leadership, authenticity and representation in troubled times.

Assessment choice: Narrowing or widening gaps in achievement? (2020)
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Bird, S., & Bennett, L. (2020, September). Assessment choice: Narrowing or widening gaps in achievement?. Paper presented at Chartered Association of Business Schools Learning Teaching and Student Experience Conference, Online

Choice in assessment topic/mode is widely accepted as a means to reduce attainment gaps and engage students in learning (Price et al., 2012; O'Neill, 2011), as students from diverse backgrounds can 'play to their strengths' through choices reflecting... Read More about Assessment choice: Narrowing or widening gaps in achievement?.

Communities of Practice in the first-year business classroom: Cocreation through action research with employers, students and staff for employability development (2020)
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Bird, S. (2020, September). Communities of Practice in the first-year business classroom: Cocreation through action research with employers, students and staff for employability development. Paper presented at Chartered Association of Business Schools Learning and Teaching Conference, Online

This doctoral study evaluates the effectiveness of a transitional Community of Practice between employers, students and academic staff in a first-year marketing classroom. Through cocreation processes embedded in three action research cycles, all sta... Read More about Communities of Practice in the first-year business classroom: Cocreation through action research with employers, students and staff for employability development.

The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey (2020)
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Poole, A. (2020, September). The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey. Paper presented at British Academy of Management 2020 Conference in the Cloud, Conference in the Cloud

Against a background of increasing use of digital technology in society including the retail sector, this developmental paper identifies a need for research into ethical and sustainability issues that affect an individual's decision to use digital te... Read More about The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey.

The rhetoric and reality of systems leadership (2020)
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Bolden, R. (2020, May). The rhetoric and reality of systems leadership. Presented at The Future of Leadership, Kings College London

Heralded as a means for improving collaboration and alignment between agencies, communities and providers, ‘system(s) leadership’ is becoming increasingly advocated in public services. In the clamour and enthusiasm with which it has been embraced, ho... Read More about The rhetoric and reality of systems leadership.

Plagued by organization?: Covid-19, Camus, and collective possibilities (2020)
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Longman, R., & Clarke, C. (2020, May). Plagued by organization?: Covid-19, Camus, and collective possibilities. Paper presented at 15th Organization Studies Summer Workshop on “Organizing Sustainably: Actors, Institutions, and Practices”, Chania, Crete (online)