Items where Division is "Faculty of Business and Law > School of Management > Organisational Behaviour" and Year is 2013
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Baden, D. (2013) Carroll’s pyramid of CSR is upside down! In, British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Liverpool, UK, 10 - 12 Sep 2013.
Baden, D. and Parkes, C. (2013) Experiential learning: inspiring the leaders of tomorrow. The Journal of Management Development, 32, (3), 295-308.
Baden, D. and Prasad, Swarna (2013) Engaging SMEs in pro-environmental behaviours : a high-impact study of sustainability solutions for the hairdressing industry. In, Sustainable Business Conference, University of Edinburgh Business School, , UK,
Baden, D. and Prasad, Swarna (2013) Engaging SMEs in pro-environmental behaviours: a high-impact study of sustainability solutions for the hairdressing industry. In, Global Sustainability Institute Annual Conference, Cambridge, UK, 15 May 2013.
Baden, D.A. (2013) What hairdressers can tell us about sustainability. At TEDx SouthamptonUniversity: Sustainability, Southampton, GB, 17 Mar 2013. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=0mP0gnSSAhI).
Baden, Denise (2013) Applying social psychology to the challenge of embedding CSR into the Business School curriculum. In, Ahmed, J. and Crowther, D. (eds.) Education and Corporate Social Responsibility: International Perspectives. Bingley, GB, Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Baden, Denise (2013) Integrating responsible management education into assessment: a case study. In, 2013 PRME Summit - 5th Annual Assembly, Bled, SI, 25 - 27 Sep 2013.
Baden, Denise (2013) No more ‘preaching to the converted’: embedding ESD in the Business School curriculum through a service-learning initiative. In, Atfield, R. and Kemp, P. (eds.) Enhancing Education for Sustainable Development in Business and Management, Hospitality, Leisure, Sport, Tourism. London, GB, Higher Education Academy.
Baden, Denise and Chipulu, M. (2013) Moral Capital: It's strategic importance and measurement. Strategic Management Journal (Submitted).
Baden, Denise and Harwood, I.A. (2013) Terminology matters: a critical exploration of corporate social responsibility terms. Journal of Business Ethics, 116, (3), 615-627. (doi:10.1007/s10551-012-1498-9).
Baden, Denise and Prasad, Swarna (2013) Engaging SMEs in pro-environmental behaviours: a high-impact study of sustainability solutions for the hairdressing industry. In, Sustainable Business Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, 22 Apr 2013.
Bui, Hong T. M. and Baruch, Yehuda (2013) Universities as learning organizations: internationalization and innovation. In, Örtenblad, Anders Ragnar (ed.) Handbook of Research on the Learning Organization. Cheltenham, GB, Edward Elgar.
Bui, Hong T.M., Ituma, Afam and Antonacopoulou, Elena (2013) Antecedents and outcomes of personal mastery: cross country evidence in higher education. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24, (1), 167-194. (doi:10.1080/09585192.2012.669781).
Higgs, Malcolm and Patton, Dean (2013) The role of shared leadership in the decision making processes of new technology based firms. International Journal of Innovation Management, 17, (4)
Higgs, Malcolm and Rejchrt, Peter (2013) When in Rome: how non-domestic companies listed in the UK may not comply with accepted norms and principles of good corporate governance: does home market culture explain these corporate behaviours and attitudes to compliance? In, British Academy of Management Conference, Liverpool, GB, 10 - 12 Sep 2013.
Higgs, Malcolm and Stride, Helen (2013) Developing our understanding of values based brands within the not-for-profit sector. In, Irish Academy of Management Conference, Waterford, Ireland, 02 - 04 Sep 2013.
McCarthy, Dermot, Bui, Hong T.M. and Chau, Vinh S. (2013) Assessing performance determinants of Higher Education Academic in developed and emerging economies: UK vs Vietnam. Strategic Change, 22, (5-6)
Vernon, Guy (2013) Does egalitarian pay add value? Pay compression, union structure and manufacturing productivity growth in the OECD. European Journal of Industrial Relations, n/a, 1-19. (doi:10.1177/0959680113511007). (In Press).