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Systems change for multiple complex needs: A practical tool (2022)
Report
Bolden, R., Isaac, B., Pawson, C., & Gasper, R. (2022). Systems change for multiple complex needs: A practical tool. Bristol: Golden Key

This tool is intended to be used by anyone who is developing or running a systems change activity or project for people with multiple complex needs. We encourage you to use the tool to identify practical actions in seven key areas which can improve t... Read More about Systems change for multiple complex needs: A practical tool.

Golden key local evaluation - Phase 5 final report (2022)
Report
Isaac, B., Pawson, C., Bolden, R., Warren, S., Buser, M., & Anning, A. (2022). Golden key local evaluation - Phase 5 final report. Bristol: Golden Key

This final local evaluation report marks the culmination of an intensive eight-years following the work of Golden Key (GK) to transform services for people in Bristol with severe and multiple disadvantage. Previous phases of the local evaluation hav... Read More about Golden key local evaluation - Phase 5 final report.

‘Humanity will not be saved by promises’: Using an unleadership lens to restory the ‘blah blah bah’ of leadership at COP26 (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Gaggiotti, H., Kars-Unluoglu, S., Galpin, K., & Jarvis, C. (2022, July). ‘Humanity will not be saved by promises’: Using an unleadership lens to restory the ‘blah blah bah’ of leadership at COP26. Paper presented at 38th EGOS Colloquium, Vienna

This paper identifies ways in which leaders, affected nations and activists construct their leadership practices in different ways to address the climate crisis. Whether they advocate for leadership or against it, there remains an opportunity to lear... Read More about ‘Humanity will not be saved by promises’: Using an unleadership lens to restory the ‘blah blah bah’ of leadership at COP26.

Pandemi Sonrası Liderlik ve İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi Stratejileri (2022)
Book Chapter
Kars-Unluoglu, S., Guneri-Cangarli, B., & Atabay, G. (2022). Pandemi Sonrası Liderlik ve İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi Stratejileri. In Zor Zamanlarda Şirket Stratejileri : Pandemi ve Krizlerle Başa Çıkabilmek (17-48). Hümanist Yayıncılık: Hümanist Kitap Yayincilik

“That was a pretty serious jump”: Feelings of ambivalence and complexity of arts-based educators in online environments (2022)
Other
Kars-Unluoglu, S., & Guneri-Cangarli, B. (2022). “That was a pretty serious jump”: Feelings of ambivalence and complexity of arts-based educators in online environments. [https://aldinhe.ac.uk/that-was-a-pretty-serious-jump-feelings-of-ambivalence-and-complexity-of-arts-based-educators-in-online-environments/]. Online blog post

Arts-based methods which traditionally rely on engagement with material artefacts (e.g. LEGO® bricks, finger puppets, craft materials) have been on the rise in management learning and teaching. However, COVID-19 has challenged educators to adapt thes... Read More about “That was a pretty serious jump”: Feelings of ambivalence and complexity of arts-based educators in online environments.

Addicted to leadership: From crisis to recovery (2022)
Book Chapter
Hartley, L., & Bolden, R. (2022). Addicted to leadership: From crisis to recovery. In Post-Pandemic Leadership: Exploring solutions to a crisis (112-126). Abingdon: Routledge

This chapter looks at why we default towards toxic types of leadership and compares this behaviour to the drivers behind drug and alcohol addiction. Changing our mental models of leadership, the authors argue, is akin to the process of recovery. They... Read More about Addicted to leadership: From crisis to recovery.

Leadership Development Evaluation (LDE): Reflections on a collaboratory approach (2022)
Journal Article
Smith, S. M., Edwards, G., Palmer, A., Bolden, R., & Watton, E. (in press). Leadership Development Evaluation (LDE): Reflections on a collaboratory approach. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOA-11-2021-3056

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to report on the experience of attempting a “collaboratory” approach in sharing knowledge about leadership development evaluation (LDE). A collaboratory intertwines “collaboration” and “laboratory” to create inno... Read More about Leadership Development Evaluation (LDE): Reflections on a collaboratory approach.

Strengthening management, community engagement, and sustainability of the subnational response to accelerate malaria elimination in Namibia (2022)
Journal Article
Chung, A. M., Love, E., Neidel, J., Mendai, I., Nairenge, S., van Wyk, L. A., …Gosling, R. (2022). Strengthening management, community engagement, and sustainability of the subnational response to accelerate malaria elimination in Namibia. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 106(6), 1646-1652. https://doi.org/10.4269/ajtmh.21-1195

Leadership and management skills are critical for health programs to deliver high-quality interventions in complex systems. In malaria-eliminating countries, national and subnational health teams are reorienting strategies to address focal transmissi... Read More about Strengthening management, community engagement, and sustainability of the subnational response to accelerate malaria elimination in Namibia.

Female entrepreneurs’ motivations, intentions and barriers in Higher Education: A case study from Team Academy Bristol (2022)
Book Chapter
Urzelai, B., Davies, L., & Watkins, S. (in press). Female entrepreneurs’ motivations, intentions and barriers in Higher Education: A case study from Team Academy Bristol. In FGF volume on Progress in Entrepreneurship Education and Training: New Methods, Tools and Lessons Learned from Practice, Springer. Springer

The objective of this study is to examine factors contributing to entrepreneurial intention, motivation, and barriers among female university students. For this, we focus on a Team Academy programme run in Bristol, UK, which bases its pedagogical mod... Read More about Female entrepreneurs’ motivations, intentions and barriers in Higher Education: A case study from Team Academy Bristol.

Exploring the leadership development journey of SME owner-managers (2022)
Journal Article
Vuhuong, J., & Edwards, G. (2022). Exploring the leadership development journey of SME owner-managers. Journal of Management Development, 41(2), 53-69. https://doi.org/10.1108/JMD-10-2021-0271

Purpose: This research aimed to investigate influences on and opinions of leadership development in small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) business owner-managers. Therefore, the objective of this study was to respond to the research question – How... Read More about Exploring the leadership development journey of SME owner-managers.

Risk in active sport tourism projects: Narratives from managers in the Chinese event industry (2022)
Journal Article
Zhang, W., Knox, D., & Prabhakar, G. (in press). Risk in active sport tourism projects: Narratives from managers in the Chinese event industry. Journal of China Tourism Research, https://doi.org/10.1080/19388160.2022.2050872

The purpose of this study is to identify risk issues in managing active sport tourism event projects in China from the perspective of event managers. A qualitative method was utilized, with 12 semi-structured interviews being conducted in China in or... Read More about Risk in active sport tourism projects: Narratives from managers in the Chinese event industry.

Mondragon Team Academy and LEINN Degree: From an educational revolution to a global social innovation inter-cooperation network (2022)
Book Chapter
Luzarraga Monasterio, J. M., Gibert, M., Lazaro, B., Lizartza, A., & Urzelai, B. (2022). Mondragon Team Academy and LEINN Degree: From an educational revolution to a global social innovation inter-cooperation network. In B. Urzelai, & E. Vettraino (Eds.), Team Academy in Practice. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

This chapter studies Mondragon Team Academy (MTA) as a whole and the LEINN Degree, in particular, which started in 2008 in Mondragon University (MU) as a teampreneurship education revolution that aimed to reconnect with the MONDRAGON youth creating... Read More about Mondragon Team Academy and LEINN Degree: From an educational revolution to a global social innovation inter-cooperation network.

Team Academy in Practice (2022)
Book
Urzelai, B., & Vettraino, E. (Eds.). (2022). Team Academy in Practice. Routledge

In his quote “It is impossible to export pedagogical practices without reinventing them” Freire (1997) emphasized the idea that educators should pay careful attention to “cultural differences”, insisting that education should neither impose nor colon... Read More about Team Academy in Practice.

Programme evolution, success factors and key challenges: The case of Team Entrepreneurship at UWE, Bristol (2022)
Book Chapter
Urzelai, B., & Davies, L. (2022). Programme evolution, success factors and key challenges: The case of Team Entrepreneurship at UWE, Bristol. In B. Urzelai, & E. Vettraino (Eds.), Team Academy in Practice. Routledge

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 c... Read More about Programme evolution, success factors and key challenges: The case of Team Entrepreneurship at UWE, Bristol.

Learning to inhabit the liquid liminal world of work: An auto-ethnographic visual study of work-life boundary transitions (2022)
Journal Article
Izak, M., Shortt, H., & Case, P. (in press). Learning to inhabit the liquid liminal world of work: An auto-ethnographic visual study of work-life boundary transitions. Management Learning, https://doi.org/10.1177/13505076211070359

This article explores a conceptually modified notion of liminality in order to make better sense of contemporary ‘flexible’ working life. Previous conceptualizations of liminality rely on the assumed existence of socially sustained boundaries and the... Read More about Learning to inhabit the liquid liminal world of work: An auto-ethnographic visual study of work-life boundary transitions.

Narrative practicing of the meaning of work: The gender we think and talk (2022)
Book Chapter
Kars-Unluoglu, S., Guneri-Cangarli, B., & Gaggiotti, H. (2022). Narrative practicing of the meaning of work: The gender we think and talk. In Eastern Perspectives on Women’s Roles and Advancement in Business (1-27). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-8742-3

This chapter shows how gender asymmetry is produced through narrative practices. By analyzing the work-life narratives of 14 men and 14 women working in a variety of occupations ranging from personal care to finance, from crafts to health, from creat... Read More about Narrative practicing of the meaning of work: The gender we think and talk.

Putting leadership in its place: Introduction to the special issue (2022)
Journal Article
Sutherland, N., Bolden, R., Edwards, G., & Schedlitzki, D. (2022). Putting leadership in its place: Introduction to the special issue. Leadership, 18(1), 3-12. https://doi.org/10.1177/17427150221083498

This special issue emerges from a call for papers issued following the 18th International Studying Leadership Conference, hosted at the University of the West of England in December 2019, which addressed the theme of ‘Putting leadership in its place’... Read More about Putting leadership in its place: Introduction to the special issue.

Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Mangion-Thornley, K. (2022). Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence. In LTSE 2021 Conference Proceedings (27-31)

Cultural intelligence (CQ) and intercultural competence have repeatedly been identified as key skills for the development of future global leaders and the recruitment of young graduates. This case study presents an innovative use of peer-mentoring to... Read More about Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence.