BA PhD (Liverpool)
Professor of Management Practice; Advanced Institute of Management Research;
- Subject area:
- Organisational Behaviour
Issues of human resources, social capital and innovation. In 'Hot Spots' - published in early 2007 - she examines how innovative energy is created and maintained. Consultant to a number of major multi-national companies on their human resource strategy.
The Third Wave of Virtual Work, Harvard Business Review (2013); The Shift (Harper Collins, 2011); Glow, (Prentice Hall and Berrett Koehler, 2009); Hot Spots, (Berritt-Koehler, 2007); The Exceptional Manager (with R Delbridge and G Johnson) Oxford University Press (2006); ‘What it means to work here’, Harvard Business Review (2007 ),Eight ways to build collaborative teams’ Harvard Business Review (2007) ‘Beyond Best Practice’, Sloan Management Review (2006); The Democratic Enterprise (FT, Prentice Hall, 2003); ‘Integrating the Enterprise’, Sloan Management Review (2003); Living Strategy: Putting People at the Heart of Corporate Purpose (FT, Prentice Hall 2000); The Key (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014)
Corporate culture, human resource management strategy, organisational change, strategic management, organisational learning, the future of work and innovation.
Founder of the Hot Spots Movement www.hotspotsmovement.com; Senior Fellow at the Ministry of Manpower, Singapore Government; Head of the Future of Work Research Consortium.
Chief Psychologist, British Airways; Director, Human Resources Division, PA Consulting Group
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