Recent publications from ExCL research faculty:
Lee AJR, Willis S, Tian A (2018). When Empowering Employees Works, and When it Doesn’t. Harvard Business Review, https://hbr.org/2018/03/when-empowering-employees-works-and-when-it-doesnt Full text.
Tippmann E, Sharkey Scott P, Parker A (2017). Boundary Capabilities in MNCs: Knowledge Transformation for Creative Solution Development. Journal of Management Studies, 54(4), 455-482. Full text. DOI.
Harvey WS, Morris T, Müller Santos M (2017). Reputation and identity conflict in management consulting. Human Relations, 70(1), 92-118. Abstract. Full text. DOI.
Doldor E, Sealy R, Vinnicombe S (2016). Accidental activists: headhunters as marginal diversity actors in institutional change towards more women on boards. Human Resource Management Journal, 26(3), 285-303. Full text. DOI.
Terjesen S, Sealy R (2016). Board Gender Quotas: Exploring Ethical Tensions from a Multi-Theoretical Perspective. Business Ethics Quarterly, 26(01), 23-65. Full text. DOI.
Shah NP, Parker A, Waldstrøm C (2016). Examining the overlap: Individual performance benefits of multiplex relationships. Management Communication Quarterly, 31, 5-38. Full text. DOI.
Parker A, Gerbasi A (2016). The impact of energizing interactions on voluntary and involuntary turnover. M@n@gement, 19(3), 177-177. Full text. DOI.
Harvey WS (2016). Winning the global talent war: a policy perspective. Journal of Chinese Human Resource Management, 5(1), 62-74. Abstract. Full text.
van den Broek D, Harvey W, Groutsis D (2015). Commercial migration intermediaries and the segmentation of skilled migrant employment. Work, employment and society, 30(3), 523-534. Full text. DOI.
Haslam SA, Adarves-Yorno I, Postmes T (2015). Creativity is collective. Scientific American Mind, Volume 23(Issue 5) Abstract. Author URL. Full text.
Gerbasi A, Porath CL, Parker A, Spreitzer G, Cross R (2015). Destructive de-energizing relationships: How thriving buffers their effect on performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100(5), 1423-1433. Full text. DOI.
Parker A, Halgin DS, Borgatti SP (2015). Dynamics of Social Capital: Effects of Performance Feedback on Network Change. Organization Studies, 37(3), 375-397. Full text. DOI.
Jeanrenaud SJ, Adarves-Yorno, I, Forsans, N (2015). Exploring a One Planet Mindset and its Relevance in a Transition to a Sustainable Economy. Building Sustainable Legacies(5. Reframing the Game: the Transition to a. New Sustainable Economy) Abstract.
Knight E, Harvey W (2015). Managing exploration and exploitation paradoxes in creative organisations. Management Decision, 53(4), 809-827. Abstract. Full text. DOI.
Liao J, O'Brien AT, Jimmieson NL, Restubog SLD (2015). Predicting transactive memory system in multidisciplinary teams: the interplay between team and professional identities. Journal of Business Research, 68(5), 965-977. Abstract. Full text. DOI.
Harvey WS, Groutsis D (2015). Reputation and talent mobility in the Asia Pacific. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 53(1), 22-40. Abstract. Full text. DOI.
Atewologun D, Sealy R, Vinnicombe S (2015). Revealing Intersectional Dynamics in Organizations: Introducing ‘Intersectional Identity Work’. Gender, Work & Organization, 23(3), 223-247. Full text. DOI.
Hawkins BC (2015). Ship-Shape: Materializing Leadership in the British Royal Navy. Human Relations, 68(6), 951-971. Abstract. Full text. DOI.
Groutsis D, van den Broek D, Harvey WS (2015). Transformations in Network Governance: the Case of Migration Intermediaries. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 41(10), 1558-1576. Abstract. Full text. DOI.
Bolden RI, Gosling J, O'Brien AT (2014). Citizens of the academic community? a societal perspective on leadership in UK Higher Education. Studies in Higher Education, 39(5), 754-770. Abstract. Full text.
Atewologun D, Sealy R (2014). Experiencing privilege at ethnic, gender and senior intersections. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 29(4), 423-439. Full text. DOI.
Naidoo R, Gosling J, Bolden R, O'Brien A, Hawkins B (2014). Leadership and branding in business schools: a Bourdieusian analysis. Higher Education Research and Development, 33(1), 144-156. Abstract. Full text. DOI.
Harvey WS, Parry S, Vorbach P (2014). Managing Leadership and Cultural Change at Beak and Johnston: a Work in Progress. Global Business and Organizational Excellence, 33(6), 43-50. Abstract. Full text.
Harvey WS, Beaverstock JV (2017). Diverging experiences of work and social networks abroad: Highly-skilled British migrants in Singapore, Vancouver and Boston. In van Riemsdijk M, Wang Q (Eds.) Rethinking International Skilled Migration: a Place-Based and Spatial Perspective, Abingdon: Routledge Abstract. Full text.
Haslam SA, Adarves-Yorno I, Steffens NK, Postmes T (2017). Inspired and appreciated by the group: the social identity approach to creativity. In Nijstad BA, Paulus PB (Eds.) Oxford handbook of group creativity, Oxford University Press Abstract.
Sealy R, Harman C (2017). Women's leadership ambition in early careers. In Madsen S (Ed) Handbook of Research on Gender and Leadership, Edward Elgar Publishing Full text.
Adarves-Yorno I (2016). Leadership and the paradoxes of authenticity. In (Ed) Leadership Paradoxes: Rethinking Leadership for an Uncertain World, 115-130. Abstract. Full text. DOI.
Finlayson D, Harvey WS (2016). The Importance of Followership and Reputation in an HR consulting firm. In Koonce R, Bligh M, Carsten M, Hurwitz M (Eds.) Followership in Action: Cases and Commentaries, Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd Full text.
Mitchell VW, Harvey WS (2015). Corporate brand: Professional service firms. In (Ed) Corporate Branding: Areas, Arenas and Approaches, 130-148. DOI.
Mitchell VW, Harvey WS (2015). Corporate reputation in professional service firms. In Melewar TC (Ed) Corporate branding: areas, arenas and approaches, Abstract.
Harvey WS (2015). Leadership, cultural and performance change in MeatPack. In Lattimore S, McShane A, Travaglione MO, Travaglione T (Eds.) Organisational Behaviour on the Pacific Rim, New York: McGraw-Hill
Harvey WS, Mitchell VW (2015). Marketing and reputation within professional service firms. In Empston L, Muzio D, Broschak JP, Hinings B (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Professional Service Firms, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 279-303. Abstract.
Ozbilgin MF, Groutsis D, Harvey WS (2014). Conclusion to international human resource management. In Ozbilgin MF, Groutsis D, Harvey WS (Eds.) , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 236-243.
Harvey WS (2014). Defining and connecting CSR, reputation, image, identity, brand, legitimacy, status and diversity. In Karatas-Ozkan M, Nicolopoulou K, Ozbiligin MF (Eds.) Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Resource Management: a Diversity Perspective, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 31-50.
Ozbilgin MF, Groutsis D, Harvey WS (2014). Introduction: a multilevel approach to international human resource management. In (Ed) , Cambridge University Press, 1-5.
Carafa A, Assimakopoulos DG, Parker A (2014). Network evolution at the science- technology overlap in the triple helix of particle therapy of cancer. In (Ed) Managing Emerging Technologies for Socio-Economic Impact, 115-152. DOI.
Harvey WS (2014). Reputation in the international context. In Ozbilgin MF, Groutsis D, Harvey WS (Eds.) , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 165-178. Abstract.
Sealy R, Doldor E, Vinnicombe S (2016). Female FTSE Report 2016 - Women on Boards: Taking stock of where we are. KPMG; GOvernament Equalities Office, London, Cranfield School of Management Full text.