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Hybridity in higher education: Implications for leadership and management practice (2020)
Book Chapter
Winter, R., & Bolden, R. (2020). Hybridity in higher education: Implications for leadership and management practice. In C. Rochester, & D. Billis (Eds.), Handbook on Hybrid Organizations. , (169-185). Edward Elgar Publishing

Our chapter critically explores the nature of hybridity in higher education institutions (HEI) and the implications for leadership practice. We define hybridity as a boundary condition in HEI whereby competing values and diverse institutional logics... Read More about Hybridity in higher education: Implications for leadership and management practice.

The fall of Edward Colston and the rise of inclusive place-based leadership (2020)
Digital Artefact
Bolden, R. (2020). The fall of Edward Colston and the rise of inclusive place-based leadership. [Blog post]

The killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis, USA triggered a wave of protests about racial inequality across the world. In Bristol, UK, it led to the toppling of the statue of Edward Colston, a 17th-century slave trader. The respon... Read More about The fall of Edward Colston and the rise of inclusive place-based leadership.

Module design, delivery and assessment for large student numbers (2020)
Book Chapter
Gasper, R., & Simpson, P. Module design, delivery and assessment for large student numbers. In Organization and Human Resource Management: An Educator’s Handbook. Routledge. Manuscript submitted for publication

This is a practical chapter looking at the design and delivery of large modules with diverse contexts and students. It gives illustrations and covers the major considerations of clarity, simplicity, and building a community of practice within the te... Read More about Module design, delivery and assessment for large student numbers.

Unleadership (2020)
Book Chapter
Jarvis, C., Gaggiotti, H., & Kars-Unluoglu, S. (in press). Unleadership. In Life after COVID-19. The other side of crisis. Bristol: University of Bristol Press

Leading to Achieve Social Change: An Interview with Ruth Hunt, Former Chief Executive Officer of Stonewall (2020)
Journal Article
Bolden, R., Williams, R., & O'Regan, N. (in press). Leading to Achieve Social Change: An Interview with Ruth Hunt, Former Chief Executive Officer of Stonewall. Journal of Management Inquiry,

In this interview Ruth Hunt, former CEO of the lesbian, gay, bi and trans equality charity Stonewall and now crossbench peer at the House of Lords, discusses her approach to leadership for social change. She considers the changing context of LGBT rig... Read More about Leading to Achieve Social Change: An Interview with Ruth Hunt, Former Chief Executive Officer of Stonewall.

Scarred objects and time marks as memory anchors: the significance of scuffs and stains in organisational life (2020)
Journal Article
Shortt, H., & Izak, M. (in press). Scarred objects and time marks as memory anchors: the significance of scuffs and stains in organisational life. Human Relations,

This article lays the workplace under the microscope to examine how scuffs on floors and battered corners on desks – things we define as ‘scarred objects’ – become material autobiographical archives and are made into memory anchors by workers. We exp... Read More about Scarred objects and time marks as memory anchors: the significance of scuffs and stains in organisational life.

University-industry collaboration through Knowledge Transfer Partnerships in the UK: An extension of activity theory (2020)
Journal Article
White, G. R., Abdullah, A., Cicmil, S., Allen, R., & Thomas, R. (in press). University-industry collaboration through Knowledge Transfer Partnerships in the UK: An extension of activity theory. International Journal of Management,

The mechanisms for stimulating innovation are perennial subjects of concern. Despite the recognition of their importance they remain troublesome undertakings for individual organisations and national economies. The literature has only recently begun... Read More about University-industry collaboration through Knowledge Transfer Partnerships in the UK: An extension of activity theory.

Leadership, complexity and change: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic (2020)
Digital Artefact
Bolden, R. (in press). Leadership, complexity and change: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic

The rise of populism in the last few years has led to a "them vs us" worldview. COVID-19 seems to have reset the dial on this – fostering calls of compassion, solidarity, and collective action. What are the lessons we can take from this and how will... Read More about Leadership, complexity and change: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Negative capability and care of the self (2020)
Book Chapter
Simpson, P., & von Bülow, C. (2020). Negative capability and care of the self. In L. Tomkins (Ed.), Paradoxes of Leadership and Care: Critical and Philosophical Reflection. , (131-141). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788975506.00021

Through the particular lenses of Negative Capability and Care of the Self, we argue that an aspiration to practice caring leadership involves a commitment to the development of self-knowledge. Following an exploration of our key themes, we will draw... Read More about Negative capability and care of the self.

Inclusion: The DNA of leadership and change (2019)
Report
Bolden, R., Adelaine, A., Warren, S., Gulati, A., Conley, H., & Jarvis, C. (in press). Inclusion: The DNA of leadership and change

This report, commissioned by the NHS Leadership Academy, sets out the evidence base for Building Leadership For Inclusion (BLFI) – an ambitious new programme of work that aims to (1) raise the level of ambition, (2) quicken the pace of change, and (... Read More about Inclusion: The DNA of leadership and change.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Creativity in coaching (2019)
Journal Article
Turner, A. (in press). Creativity in coaching

a short article looking through a variety of coaching approaches with the emphasis on creativity and the innovative practice of executive coaching

A qualitative review of the contribution of military leadership to the humanitarian supply chain operations (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Tynan, M. P., Prabhakar, G., & Nisar, T. (2019, July). A qualitative review of the contribution of military leadership to the humanitarian supply chain operations. Paper presented at 3rd IEOM European International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management, Pilsen, Czech Republic

The humanitarian operations arena and the Humanitarian Supply Chain (HSC) in response to crises or disasters are times where the need for leadership is paramount. Similar challenges to those of the HSC are encountered by the military in operations,... Read More about A qualitative review of the contribution of military leadership to the humanitarian supply chain operations.

Public responses to volunteer community care: Propositions for old age and end of life (2019)
Journal Article
Tapp, A., Nancarrow, C., Morey, Y., Warren, S., Bowtell, N., & Verne, J. (2019). Public responses to volunteer community care: Propositions for old age and end of life. PLoS ONE, 14(7), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0218597

Background Funding shortages and an ageing population have increased pressures on state or insurance funded end of life care for older people. Across the world, policy debate has arisen about the potential role volunteers can play, working alongside... Read More about Public responses to volunteer community care: Propositions for old age and end of life.

The soft side of knowledge transfer partnerships between universities and small to medium enterprises: an exploratory study to understand process improvement (2019)
Journal Article
White, G. R., White, G., Cicmil, S., Upadhyay, A., Subramanian, N., Kumar, V., & Dwivedi, A. (2019). The soft side of knowledge transfer partnerships between universities and small to medium enterprises: an exploratory study to understand process improvement. Production Planning and Control, 30(10-12), 907-918. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2019.1582098

© 2019, © 2019 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. The study explores the soft side of knowledge transfer partnerships between universities and small to medium enterprises (SMEs), a topic which is often neglected in the knowledge... Read More about The soft side of knowledge transfer partnerships between universities and small to medium enterprises: an exploratory study to understand process improvement.

Effect of best management practices on the performance and productivity of small firms (2019)
Journal Article
Nisar, T. M., Kumar, N., & Prabhakar, G. (2019). Effect of best management practices on the performance and productivity of small firms. Production Planning and Control, 30(10-12), 919-934. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2019.1582100

© 2019, © 2019 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Recent research on productivity finds that best management practices are a crucial but neglected element in explaining firm productivity. This stream of research also focuses on... Read More about Effect of best management practices on the performance and productivity of small firms.

Country-of-origin clusters: A qualitative study on MNEs for further research (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Urzelai, B., & Puig, F. (2019, June). Country-of-origin clusters: A qualitative study on MNEs for further research. Paper presented at XXIX International Conference ACEDE: Globalization under complexity and uncertainty environments

Country-of-origin clusters: a qualitative study on MNEs for further research



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