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How Leaders Learn to Boost Creativity in Teams: Innovation Catalysts (2019)
Book
Sheffield, R. (2019). How Leaders Learn to Boost Creativity in Teams: Innovation Catalysts. World Scientific

The book focuses on how leaders are learning to develop the creative capabilities of their team members and themselves. Through this learning, teams are developing original approaches to their work, benefitting their customers, patients, employees an... Read More about How Leaders Learn to Boost Creativity in Teams: Innovation Catalysts.

Repurposing electricity access research for the global south: A tale of many disconnects (2019)
Journal Article
Monyei, C. G., & Akpeji, K. O. (2020). Repurposing electricity access research for the global south: A tale of many disconnects. Joule, 4(2), 278-281. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joule.2019.11.013

Dr. Monyei is currently a research fellow on energy policy and sustainable decarbonization at the University of the West of England, where he works as a researcher and consultant on issues pertaining to sustainable energy systems modeling. Specifical... Read More about Repurposing electricity access research for the global south: A tale of many disconnects.

The impact of culture of quality (COQ) on the organizational performance (2019)
Conference Proceeding
Han, Y., Kumar, V., Tuyết Trương, N., & Ngoc Hoang, N. Y. (2019). The impact of culture of quality (COQ) on the organizational performance. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management, Vietnam, 2019

Culture of Quality (COQ) is regarded as an important component of TQM however this is a relatively new theme, compared to other concepts in the quality management domain. However, literature resources on this topic are relatively scarce and there is... Read More about The impact of culture of quality (COQ) on the organizational performance.

Environmentally Sustainable Event Design (2019)
Book Chapter
Mackay, C., & Julien, A. (2019). Environmentally Sustainable Event Design. In V. Antchak, & O. Ramsbottom (Eds.), The Fundamentals of Event Design, (177 - 195). Oxon: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Events are varied in terms of their type, scale, duration, location, time of year and theme, and this leads to equally varied impacts. However, all events involve impacts on or of ecology, transport, water, energy, lighting, noise and waste. Sustain... Read More about Environmentally Sustainable Event Design.

Enhancing patient leadership and community engagement through storytelling: Reflections from rural healthcare in New Zealand (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Bolden, F., & Bolden, R. (2019, December). Enhancing patient leadership and community engagement through storytelling: Reflections from rural healthcare in New Zealand. Paper presented at International Studying Leadership Conference, UWE, Bristol

Over recent years there has been increasing emphasis on the need for community engagement and patient leadership in order to tackle health inequalities. Active community engagement is widely recognised as an essential ingredient for a successful and... Read More about Enhancing patient leadership and community engagement through storytelling: Reflections from rural healthcare in New Zealand.

A practice theory approach to primary school physical activity: Opportunities and challenges for intervention (2019)
Journal Article
Spotswood, F., Wiltshire, G., Spear, S., Morey, Y., & Harris, J. (2021). A practice theory approach to primary school physical activity: Opportunities and challenges for intervention. Critical Public Health, 31(4), 392-403. https://doi.org/10.1080/09581596.2019.1695746

A significant body of critical scholarship exists problematizing the dominant behavioural-individualist approaches to public health policy and intervention, and practice theories have been noted for their potential in providing an alternative. Childr... Read More about A practice theory approach to primary school physical activity: Opportunities and challenges for intervention.

An exploration of differences between professional advancement of project managers based on their gender in operations-driven and project-driven organizations (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Prabhakar, G., & Nisar, T. (2019, December). An exploration of differences between professional advancement of project managers based on their gender in operations-driven and project-driven organizations. Presented at 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Mechanical Engineering and Operations Management (IMEOM 2019), Dhaka, Bangladesh

This paper discusses results of an exploratory study conducted on project and operations managers. The study aims to investigate the difference between the professional advancement of project and operations managers based on their gender. It also att... Read More about An exploration of differences between professional advancement of project managers based on their gender in operations-driven and project-driven organizations.

Reading out of context: Pornographic deepfakes, celebrity and intimacy (2019)
Journal Article
Popova, M. (2020). Reading out of context: Pornographic deepfakes, celebrity and intimacy. Porn Studies, 7(4), 367-381. https://doi.org/10.1080/23268743.2019.1675090

In this article I bring together perspectives from porn studies, celebrity studies and fan studies to bear on the issue of pornographic deepfakes. I identify two key questions that the literature from these areas leads to with regards to deepfakes: t... Read More about Reading out of context: Pornographic deepfakes, celebrity and intimacy.

Real-time data collection to improve energy efficiency: A case study of food manufacturer (2019)
Journal Article
Jagtap, S., Rahimifard, S., & Duong, L. N. K. (in press). Real-time data collection to improve energy efficiency: A case study of food manufacturer. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, https://doi.org/10.1111/jfpp.14338

The rising price and demand for energy are significant issues for the food sector, which consumes a substantial amount of energy throughout the supply chain. Hence, improving energy efficiency has become an essential priority for the food sector. How... Read More about Real-time data collection to improve energy efficiency: A case study of food manufacturer.

Assessment choice and student anxiety: widening the very gap we are seeking to close? (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Bird, S., & Bennett, L. (2019, December). Assessment choice and student anxiety: widening the very gap we are seeking to close?. Paper presented at Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Conference, Newport, Wales

Choice of assessment topic and/or mode can facilitate inclusive assessment, allowing students to choose topics reflecting their interests and backgrounds, and choose formats that support strong performance and benefit learning. O’Neill (2011) found t... Read More about Assessment choice and student anxiety: widening the very gap we are seeking to close?.

Communities of Practice in the first-year business classroom: developing students’ meta-cognition for employability through modelling against future selves (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Bird, S. (2019, December). Communities of Practice in the first-year business classroom: developing students’ meta-cognition for employability through modelling against future selves. Paper presented at Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Conference, Newport, Wales

As TEF core metrics place growing focus on graduate employability as a determinant of UK universities’ success, universities seek increasing collaboration with employers. This paper explores the impact of a doctoral Action Research (AR) project devel... Read More about Communities of Practice in the first-year business classroom: developing students’ meta-cognition for employability through modelling against future selves.

Defining inclusionary intelligence: A conceptual framework with a constructivist perspective (2019)
Journal Article
Berber, A. (2021). Defining inclusionary intelligence: A conceptual framework with a constructivist perspective. Management Decision, 59(11), 2606-2619. https://doi.org/10.1108/MD-01-2019-0144

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine inclusion as subjectively created knowledge individuals generate through their interactions within a social environment. The main purpose is to introduce an inclusion-related conceptualisation of intel... Read More about Defining inclusionary intelligence: A conceptual framework with a constructivist perspective.

The impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on servitization: an exploration of changing supply relationships (2019)
Journal Article
Boehmer, J. H., Shukla, M., Kapletia, D., & Tiwari, M. K. (2020). The impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on servitization: an exploration of changing supply relationships. Production Planning and Control, 31(2-3), 203-219. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2019.1631465

This research paper explores the emerging potential of IoT technology as an enabler for manufacturers seeking to exploit opportunities for new production, business and operating models. Following an analysis of extant literature and exploration of fo... Read More about The impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on servitization: an exploration of changing supply relationships.

Guidelines for applied machine learning in construction industry—A case of profit margins estimation (2019)
Journal Article
Bilal, M., & Oyedele, L. (2020). Guidelines for applied machine learning in construction industry—A case of profit margins estimation. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 43, 101013. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aei.2019.101013

© 2019 Elsevier Ltd The progress in the field of Machine Learning (ML) has enabled the automation of tasks that were considered impossible to program until recently. These advancements today have incited firms to seek intelligent solutions as part of... Read More about Guidelines for applied machine learning in construction industry—A case of profit margins estimation.

'Hope-full purpose': Time, oblivion, and the strange attractors of Pandora's box (2019)
Book Chapter
Longman, R. (2019). 'Hope-full purpose': Time, oblivion, and the strange attractors of Pandora's box. In D. Ericsson, & M. Kostera (Eds.), Organizing Hope: Narratives for a Better Future (85-95). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788979443.00016

Hope lacks an obvious conceptual clarity. Yet, as a defining feature of utopian thought, it suggests a potential for new social relations (Levitas, 2010). To explore such potentiality, this chapter conceptualises “hope-full purpose”—a construction th... Read More about 'Hope-full purpose': Time, oblivion, and the strange attractors of Pandora's box.

Working with attention and distraction in leadership development (2019)
Journal Article
French, R., Sheffield, R., & Simpson, P. (2019). Working with attention and distraction in leadership development. Organisational and Social Dynamics, 19(2), 230-248

Bion’s theory of groups is used to explore the dynamics of learning on a leadership development programme. The dynamic of a group is influenced by the capacity of its members to negotiate, consciously and unconsciously, the tension between the oppose... Read More about Working with attention and distraction in leadership development.

Risk mitigation in PFI/PPP project finance: A framework model for financiers’ bankability criteria (2019)
Journal Article
Owolabi, H., Oyedele, L., Alaka, H., Ajayi, S., Bilal, M., & Akinade, O. (2020). Risk mitigation in PFI/PPP project finance: A framework model for financiers’ bankability criteria. Built Environment Project and Asset Management, 10(1), 28-49. https://doi.org/10.1108/BEPAM-09-2018-0120

Purpose: Earlier studies on risk evaluation in private finance initiative and public private partnerships (PFI/PPP) projects have focussed more on quantitative approaches despite increasing call for contextual understanding of the bankability of risk... Read More about Risk mitigation in PFI/PPP project finance: A framework model for financiers’ bankability criteria.

Deep learning models for health and safety risk prediction in power infrastructure projects (2019)
Journal Article
Ajayi, A., Oyedele, L., Owolabi, H., Akinade, O., Bilal, M., Davila Delgado, J. M., & Akanbi, L. (2020). Deep learning models for health and safety risk prediction in power infrastructure projects. Risk Analysis, 40(10), 2019-2039. https://doi.org/10.1111/risa.13425

Inappropriate management of Health and safety (H&S) risk in power infrastructure projects can result in occupational accidents and equipment damage. Accidents at work have detrimental effects on workers, company, and the general public. Despite the a... Read More about Deep learning models for health and safety risk prediction in power infrastructure projects.

The texture of entrepreneurship programs: Revisiting experiential entrepreneurship education through the lens of the liminal–liminoid continuum (2019)
Journal Article
Gaggiotti, H., Jarvis, C., & Richards, J. (2020). The texture of entrepreneurship programs: Revisiting experiential entrepreneurship education through the lens of the liminal–liminoid continuum. Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy, 3(3), 236-264. https://doi.org/10.1177/2515127419890341

Positioning the liminal and the liminoid on a continuum, we define a ‘‘space’’ within which practice-led, experiential learning occurs. The more liminal processes within this space are associated with familiarity, wide social recognition, and relativ... Read More about The texture of entrepreneurship programs: Revisiting experiential entrepreneurship education through the lens of the liminal–liminoid continuum.

Big data analytics system for costing power transmission projects (2019)
Journal Article
Delgado, J. M. D., Oyedele, L., Bilal, M., Ajayi, A., Akanbi, L., & Akinade, O. (2020). Big data analytics system for costing power transmission projects. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 146(1), https://doi.org/10.1061/%28ASCE%29CO.1943-7862.0001745

© 2019 American Society of Civil Engineers. Inaccurate cost estimates have significant impacts on the final cost of power transmission projects and erode profits. Methods for cost estimation have been investigated thoroughly, but they are not used wi... Read More about Big data analytics system for costing power transmission projects.