Items where Division is "Faculty of Business and Law > Southampton Management School > Organisational Behaviour" and Year is 2012
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Ashleigh, M.J., Higgs, M.J. and Dulewicz, Victor (2012) A new propensity to trust scale and its relationship with individual wellbeing: implications for HRM policies and practices. Human Resource Management Journal, 22, (4), 360-376. (doi:10.1111/1748-8583.12007).
Ashleigh, Melanie and Mansi, Angela (2012) The psychology of people in Organisations, Cambridge, GB, Pearson, 368pp.
Baden, D. (2012) The effect of normative beliefs on ethical intentions: implications for pedagogy. In, EBEN Annual Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 19 - 22 Sep 2012.
Baden, D. (2012) Engaging hairdressers in pro-environmental behaviours. London, GB, The Economic and Social Research Council
Baden, D. (2012) What is the secret of strategic philanthropy? Timing! In, 11th World Congress of the International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management , Limerick, Ireland, 26 - 29 Jun 2012.
Baden, D.A. and Prasad, S. (2012) The role of pro-environmental behaviours in engaging SMEs in CSR: a study of the hairdressing sector. In, 2nd INTERREG Conference on Socially Responsible and Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Southampton, UK, 24 - 25 Oct 2012.
Baden, Denise (2012) Unintended consequences of business ethics education. In, 11th World Congress of the International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management, Limerick, Ireland, 26 - 29 Jun 2012.
Baden, Denise A. and Cory, Margo (2012) The effect of positive vs negative role models of business on student attitudes and intentions. In, British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Cardiff, Wales, 11 - 13 Sep 2012.
Bui, Hong T.M. and Baruch, Yehuda (2012) Learning organizations in higher education: an empirical evaluation within an international context. Management Learning, 43, (5), 515-544. (doi:10.1177/1350507611431212).
Clarke, N. (2012) Evaluating leadership training and development: a levels of analysis perspective. Human Resource Development Quarterly (In Press).
Clarke, Nicholas (2012) Leadership in projects: what we know from the literature and new insights. Team Performance Management (In Press).
Clarke, Nicholas (2012) New boundaries in leadership development: the need for a multi-level perspective in evaluation and research. In, Lee, Monica (ed.) Human Resource Development as We Know It: Speeches that Have Shaped the Field. Abingdon, GB, Routledge.
Clarke, Nicholas (2012) Shared leadership in projects: a matter of substance over style. Team Performance Management (In Press).
Clarke, Nicholas (2012) Transfer of training: the missing link between training and the quality of adult social care. Health & Social Care in the Community (In Press).
Gaertner, L., Sedikides, C., Luke, M. A., O'Mara, E. M., Iuzzini, J., Eckstein Jackson, L., Cai, H. and Wu, Q. (2012) A motivational hierarchy within: primacy of the individual self, relational self, or collective self? Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (In Press).
Harwood, I.A., Turnock, S.R. and Ashleigh, M.J. (2012) Developing a ‘confidentiality bubble’ model for managing restricted information. In, ANZAM2012: 26th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Perth, AU, 05 - 07 Dec 2012. 26pp.
Higgs, Malcolm (2012) Leadership narcissism, ethics and strategic change: is it time to revisit our thinking about the nature of effective leadership? In, Todnem, Rune and Burnes , Bernard (eds.) Organizational Change, Leadership and Ethics. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 171-191. (Understanding Organizational Change).
Higgs, Malcolm and Abdelmoteleb, S.A. (2012) The interrelationships among person-organization values fit, psychological climate and organizational commitment. In, 53rd Annual Western Academy of Management (WAM) Conference, La Jolla, San Diego, California, USA, 21 - 24 Mar 2013.
Higgs, Malcolm, Abdelmoteleb, S.A. and Luke, M.A. (2012) The meditational role of psychological climate in the relationship between values congruence and organizational commitment: a structural equation modelling study. In, BAM2012: British Academy of Management Conference, Cardiff, GB, 11 - 13 Sep 2012.
Higgs, Malcolm and Castro Christiansen, L. (2012) Female change leadership: comparing the behaviours of female leaders from Denmark, the Philippines and France during change. In, British Academy of Management Conference, Cardiff, GB,
Higgs, Malcolm and Castro Christiansen, L. (2012) Women in leadership: a comparative study of the behaviours of female leaders from Denmark and the Philippines in implementing change. In, Academy of Management Conference 2012, Boston, US, 03 - 07 Aug 2012.
Higgs, Malcolm, Edwards, G. and Bryns, B. et al. (2012) The MLQ factor structure in a UK context. Leadership and Organisation Development Journal (In Press).
Higgs, Malcolm, Edwards, Gareth, Schyns, Birgit and Gill, Roger (2012) The MLQ factor structure in a UK context. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 33, (4), 369-382. (doi:10.1108/01437731211229304).
Higgs, Malcolm, Kempster, S. and Wurz, T. (2012) Exploring the applications of pilots in organisational change managemnet. Journal of Change Management (In Press).
Higgs, Malcolm and Lee, Sarah (2012) When values don't fit: how managers deal with conflicts between personal and organisational values. In, British Academy of Management Conference, Cardiff, GB, 11 - 13 Sep 2012.
Higgs, Malcolm and Stride, H. (2012) Exploring the relationship between values and behaviour: a study of staff and supporters in UK charities. In, Irish Academy of Management Conference, Maynooth, IE, 15 - 17 Sep 2012.
Stewart, Nick (2012) Peak art. In, Dispatches From The Invisible Revolution. Mainz, DE, Pedia Press.
Vernon, Guy and Brewster, Chris (2012) Structural spoilers or structural supports? Unions and the strategic integration of HR functions. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24, (6), 1113-1129. (doi:10.1080/09585192.2012.703416).
Vernon, Guy and Rogers, Mark (2012) Where do unions add value? Union structure, union strength and manufacturing productivity growth in the OECD. British Journal of Industrial Relations (doi:10.1111/j.1467-8543.2011.00888.x).