Items where SHU Author is "Price, Ilfryn"
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PRICE, Ilfryn and MCCARROLL, Patricia (2015). The snakes and ladders of FM service excellence. Project Report. Sheffield Business School. (Unpublished)
PRICE, Ilfryn, MATZDORF, Fides, MCCARROLL, Patricia and ZHU, Xia (2015). People make, and patterns break, FM. In: EuroFM Research Conference, Glasgow, June 1 to June 3 2015. (Submitted)
TOBIN, Sarah and PRICE, Ilfryn (2015). Developing and briefly evaluating Telehealth and Telecare scenarios for NHS estates and facilities. In: EuroFM Research Conference, Glasgow, June 1 to June 3 2015. (Submitted)
RENWICK, Douglas, BRESLIN, Dermot and PRICE, Ilfryn (2015). Nurturing Novelty: Toulmin's greenhouse, journal rankings and the evolution of knowledge. In: EURAM 2015, Warsaw, June 17 to 20 2015.
ALEXANDER, Keith and PRICE, Ilfryn (2015). People make facilities management. Schipol-Rijk, The Netherlands, EuroFM Publications.
MATZDORF, Fides and GREENWOOD, Jon (2015). Student choice, league tables and university facilities. In: ALEXANDER, Keith and PRICE, Ilfryn, (eds.) EuroFM Research Papers - Advancing Knowledge in FM. Schiphol, Netherlands, EuroFM.
HARGREAVES, John and PRICE, Ilfryn (2015). Bounded rationality, negligence or corruption: The effect of emergent malfeasance in procurement practice. In: ISRPM Research Conference, Birmingham UK, 30 March to 1 April 2015. (Unpublished)
THOMPSON, Paul and PRICE, Ilfryn (2014). Tales of the unexpected: Perceptions of excellence shape Facilities Services. In: IFMA World Workplace, New Orleans, 17-19 September 2014. (In Press)
PRICE, Ilfryn (2014). Organizational Darwinism and research methodology. In: EURAM 2014, Valencia, June 2014. (Submitted)
HARGREAVES, John and PRICE, Ilfryn (2014). Poor governance design: Its impact on transaction costs and value creation. In: EURAM 2014, Valencia, June 2014. (Submitted)
PRICE, Ilfryn and MCCARROLL, Patricia (2013). Tales of the unexpected: Perceptions of excellence in Facilities Services. Project Report. London UK, ISS.
PRICE, Ilfryn and BEARD, Colin (2013). The extended narrotype: adaptation and stasis in spatial evolution. In: EURAM Conference, Istanbul, 26-28 June 2013. (Unpublished)
BEARD, Colin and PRICE, Ilfryn (2013). Room for improvement. RSA Journal, 159 (5553), 38-41.
SUCKLEY, Louise, PRICE, Ilfryn and SHARPE, Jason (2013). Exploring inter-departmental barriers between production and quality. Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 2 (2), 173-190.
PRICE, Ilfryn (2012). The strategic and the stratigraphic: a working paper on the dynamics of organisational evolution. In: EURAM 2012, Rotterdam, June 2012.
BEARD, Colin (2012). Spatial ecology: learning and working environments that change people and organizations. In: ALEXANDER, Keith and PRICE, Ilfryn, (eds.) Managing organizational ecologies: space, management and organization. New York, Routledge, 69-80.
PRICE, Ilfryn (2012). The selfish signifier: meaning, virulence and transmissibility in a management fashion. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 20 (3), 337-348.
BEARD, Colin (2012). Spatial ecology : learning and working environments that change people and organizations. In: ALEXANDER, Keith and PRICE, Ilfryn, (eds.) Managing organizational ecologies : space, management, and organizations. Routledge Studies in Innovation, Organizations and Technology . Routledge.
BULL, M. and KORTENS, J. (2012). Strategies for communication. In: ALEXANDER, K. and PRICE, I., (eds.) Managing organizational ecologies : space, management and organization. Routledge, 178-188.
ALEXANDER, Keith and PRICE, Ilfryn, eds. (2012). Managing organizational ecologies: space, management and organizations. Routledge Studies in Innovation, Organizations and Technology . New York, Routledge.
PRICE, Ilfryn and KENNIE, Tom (2012). Disruptive innovation and the higher education ‘eco-system’ post-2012. Discussion Paper. London, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education.
PRICE, Ilfryn and KENNIE, Tom (2012). Leadership and innovation lessons from professional services firms. Discussion Paper. London, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education.
PRICE, Ilfryn (2012). Does FM destroy value? a polemic. In: CIB W70, Cape Town, Jan 2012. (Submitted)
HAYNES, Barry (2012). Conversational networks in knowledge offices. In: ALEXANDER, Keith and PRICE, Ilfryn, (eds.) Managing Organizational Ecologies : Space, Management and Organizations. Routledge, 201-211.
BEARD, Colin and PRICE, Ilfryn (2012). Learning spaces that change people and organisations. In: WILSON, John P., (ed.) International human resource development : learning, education and training for individuals and organizations, 3rd ed. Kogan Page.
PRICE, I. (2011). Triple bottom line space: productivity paradoxes in FM. In: 10th EuroFM Research Symposium: Cracking the productivity nut, Vienna, 24-25 May 2011. (Submitted)
BEARD, Colin and PRICE, Ilfryn (2011). Mobility, physical space and learning. Management Learning. (Submitted)
SHARPE, Jason, SUCKLEY, Louise and PRICE, Ilfryn (2011). Re-engineering unwritten rules: an ethnographic study of an intra-organizational ecology. Working Paper. Not specified. (Submitted)
LI, Xiaohong, PRICE, Ilfryn and CLARK, Liz (2011). A five-year profile of employee satisfaction for UK local government buildings. Working Paper. CFMD Working Papers. (Unpublished)
PRICE, Ilfryn, PINDER, James and WYTON, Paul (2010). Operationalizing lean health assets. Health environments research & design journal, 3 (2), 13-29.
PRICE, I., BEARD, C., ELLISON, I. and MATZDORF, F. (2010). Shifting the patterns of business school space? In: British Academy of Management conference, Sheffield, 14-16 September 2010. (Submitted)
BEARD, C. and PRICE, I. (2010). Space, conversations and place: lessons and questions from organisational development. International journal of facility management, 1 (2).
PRICE, I., CLARK, E., HOLLAND, M. R., EMERTON, C. and WOLSTENHOLME, C. (2009). Condition matters: pupil voices on the design and condition of secondary schools. Project Report. Reading, CfBT Education Trust.
PRICE, I., ELLISON, I. and MACDONALD, R. (2009). Practical post-modernism: FM and socially constructed realities. In: European facility management conference: 8th Euro FM research symposium, Amsterdam, June 16-17 2009.
MACDONALD, Rachel, PRICE, Ilfryn and ASKHAM, Phil (2009). Excellent patient environments within acute NHS trusts: external influences and trust characteristics. Journal of facilities management, 7 (1), 7-23.
MACDONALD, R., PRICE, I. and ASKHAM, P. (2009). Leadership conversations: the impact on patient environments. Leadership in health services, 22 (2), 140-160.
PRICE, Ilfryn (2009). Space to adapt: workplaces, creative behaviour and organizational memetics. In: RICKARDS, T., RUNCO, M.A. and MOGER, S., (eds.) The Routledge companion to creativity. London, Routledge, 46-57.
PRICE, Ilfryn and CLARK, Liz (2009). An output approach to property portfolio performance measurement. Property management, 27 (1), 6-15.
MAY, D. and PRICE, I. (2009). A revised approach to performance measurement for health-care estates. Health services management research, 22 (4), 151-157.
PRICE, I. and MAY, D. (2008). Lean healthcare assets challenge FM performance measurement conventions. In: European Facility Management Conference 2008, 7th EuroFM Research Symposium, Manchester, June 10 2008.
PRICE, I. and FORTUNE, J. (2008). Open plan and academe: pre- and post-hoc conversations. In: THEN, D. S.-S. and FINCH, E., (eds.) Proceedings of the W070 conference: healthy and creative facilities. CIB publication (315). CIB, 613-620.
MOOBELA, C. and PRICE, Ilfryn (2008). The potential of complexity theory in understanding urban regeneration processes. In: DENNARD, L., RICHARDSON, K.A. and MORCOL, G., (eds.) Complexity and policy analysis: tools and concepts for designing robust policies in a complex world. Litchfield Park, ISCE Publishing, 339-356.
PRICE, I. (2007). Lean assets: new language for new workplaces. California management review, 49 (2), 102-118.
PINDER, J. and PRICE, I. (2005). Application of data envelopment analysis to benchmark building outputs. Facilities, 23 (11/12), 473-486.
PRICE, I. (2004). Complexity, complicatedness and complexity: a new science behind organizational intervention? Emergence: complexity and organization, 6 (1-2), 40-48.
PRICE, I. (2004). Business critical FM. Facilities, 22 (13/14), 353-358.
HAYNES, B. P. and PRICE, I. (2004). Quantifying the complex adaptive workplace. Facilities, 22 (1/2), 8-18.
PINDER, J., PRICE, I., WILKINSON, S. J. and DEMACK, S. (2003). A method for evaluating workplace utility. Property management, 21 (4), 218-229.
PRICE, I., MATZDORF, F., SMITH, L. and AGAHI, H. (2003). The impact of facilities on student choice of university. Facilities, 21 (10), 212-222.
PRICE, I. (2003). Facility management as an emerging discipline. In: BEST, R., LANGSTON, C. and DE VALENCE, G., (eds.) Workplace strategies and facilities management. Oxford, Butterworth-Heinemann, 30-48.
PRICE, I. (2003). The development of facility management. In: BEST, R., LANGSTON, C. and DE VALENCE, G., (eds.) Workplace strategies and facilities management. Oxford, Butterworth-Heinemann, 49-66.
PRICE, Ilfryn (2002). The Complex Adaptive Workplace: A Theoretical Link between Office Design and Productivity? In: RICHARDS, Huw and FRIZELLE, Gerald, (eds.) Tackling industrial complexity : the ideas that make a difference. Cambridge, University of Cambridge : Institute for Manufacturing.
PRICE, Ilfryn (2001). Flexible working policies and environments in UK Local Authorities: current practice. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University with sponsorship from the RICS Foundation.
PRICE, Ilfryn and AKHLAGHI, Fari (1999). New patterns in facilities management: industry best practice and new organisational theory. Facilities, 17 (5/6), 159-166.
PRICE, Ilfryn and SHAW, Ray (1996). The Learning Organisation Meme: Emergence of a Management Replicator (or Parrots, Patterns and Performance). In: 3rd International conference of the European Consortium for the Learning Organization, Copenhagen, May 1996.
PRICE, Ilfryn (1995). Organisational Memetics?: Organisational Learning as a Selection Process. Management Learning, 26 (3), 299-318.