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Dr Sarah Gilmore

Dr Sarah Gilmore

Senior Lecturer in Organisation Studies, Director of Impact

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Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Ford J, Harding N, Gilmore S, Richardson S (In Press). Becoming the leader: Leadership as material presence. Organization Studies Full text. DOI.
Gilmore SE, Anderson V (2016). The emotional turn in higher education: a psychoanalytic contribution. Teaching in Higher Education, 21, 686-699. DOI.
Cox A, Gilmore S, Graham A (2015). The European dilemma: evaluating the implications of UEFA Europa League participation on English Premier League clubs. Soccer & Society, 1-19. Full text. DOI.
Gilmore S, Kenny K (2015). Work-worlds colliding: Self-reflexivity, power and emotion in organizational ethnography. Human Relations, 68(1), 55-78. DOI.
Gilmore SE, Sillince J (2014). Institutional theory and change: the institutionalization of change at Club X. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 27, 313-330. Full text. DOI.
Wagstaff CRD, Gilmore S, Thelwell RC (2014). Sport medicine and sport science practitioners' experiences of organizational change. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 25(5), 685-698. Full text. DOI.

Chapters

Gilmore SE, Schyns B, Dietz G (2016). WHAT LESSONS CAN WE LEARN FROM FOOTBALL ABOUT LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT?. In Peus C, Schyns B, Braun S (Eds.) Leadership Lessons from Compelling Contexts, Bradford, UK: Emerald. Abstract.
Gilmore SE, Kenny K (2014). From research reflexivity to research affectivity: Ethnographic research in organizations. In Kenny K, Fotaki M (Eds.) The psychosocial and organizations: Affect at work, Basingstoke: UK: Palsgrave. Abstract.

Publications by year


In Press

Ford J, Harding N, Gilmore S, Richardson S (In Press). Becoming the leader: Leadership as material presence. Organization Studies Full text. DOI.

2016

Gilmore SE, Anderson V (2016). The emotional turn in higher education: a psychoanalytic contribution. Teaching in Higher Education, 21, 686-699. DOI.
Gilmore SE, Schyns B, Dietz G (2016). WHAT LESSONS CAN WE LEARN FROM FOOTBALL ABOUT LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT?. In Peus C, Schyns B, Braun S (Eds.) Leadership Lessons from Compelling Contexts, Bradford, UK: Emerald. Abstract.

2015

Cox A, Gilmore S, Graham A (2015). The European dilemma: evaluating the implications of UEFA Europa League participation on English Premier League clubs. Soccer & Society, 1-19. Full text. DOI.
Gilmore S, Kenny K (2015). Work-worlds colliding: Self-reflexivity, power and emotion in organizational ethnography. Human Relations, 68(1), 55-78. DOI.

2014

Gilmore SE, Kenny K (2014). From research reflexivity to research affectivity: Ethnographic research in organizations. In Kenny K, Fotaki M (Eds.) The psychosocial and organizations: Affect at work, Basingstoke: UK: Palsgrave. Abstract.
Gilmore SE, Sillince J (2014). Institutional theory and change: the institutionalization of change at Club X. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 27, 313-330. Full text. DOI.
Wagstaff CRD, Gilmore S, Thelwell RC (2014). Sport medicine and sport science practitioners' experiences of organizational change. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 25(5), 685-698. Full text. DOI.