Items where Research Institute, Centre or Group is "Centre for Individual and Organisational Development"
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BREEN, Oonagh, B, FORD, Patrick and MORGAN, Gareth G (2009). Cross-Border Issues in the Regulation of Charities: Experiences from the UK and Ireland. International Journal of Not-for-Profit Law, 11 (3), 5-41.
BREESE, Richard (2012). Benefits realisation management: panacea or false dawn? International Journal of Project Management, 30 (3), 341-351.
BREESE, Richard, EYRE, Graham and COGILL, Peter (2012). Change management - practising what we teach: successfully engaging international students in the teaching, learning & assessment process. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 1 (1), 1-14.
BRYANT, J. W. (2009). Dilemma elimination for achieving compliance. In: Mathematics in Defence 2009, Farnborough, Hampshire, 19th November 2009.
BULL, M., RIDLEY-DUFF, R., FOSTER, D. and SEANOR, P. (2008). Seeing social enterprise through the theoretical conceptualisation of ethical capital. In: Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, Belfast, 5-7 November 2008.
BULL, M., RIDLEY-DUFF, R. J., FOSTER, D. and SEANOR, P. (2010). Conceptualising ethical capital in social enterprises. Social Enterprise Journal, 6 (3), 250-264.
CAPIK, Paweł (2007). Organising FDI promotion in Central-Eastern European regions. Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, 3 (2), 152-163.
CAPIK, Paweł (2007). Target Groups, Competitors and Organization of FDI Promotion in Central-Eastern European Regions. Central Eastern European Journal of Architecture and Planning, 11 (2), 20-28.
CAPIK, Paweł and DRAHOKOUPIL, Jan (2011). Foreign Direct Investments in Business Services: Transforming the Visegrád Four Region into a Knowledge-based Economy? European Planning Studies, 19 (9), 1611-1631.
CRONE, Mike (2012). New venture internationalisation and the cluster life cycle : interdisciplinary insights on Ireland’s indigenous software industry. In: Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland Chapter) 39th Annual Conference, University of Liverpool, 29-31 March 2012. (Unpublished)
CRONE, Mike (2012). Re-thinking ‘peripherality’ in a knowledge-intensive service-dominated economy. In: DANSON, Mike and DE SOUZA, Peter, (eds.) Regional development in Northern Europe : peripherality, marginality and border issues. Regions and cities . Routledge.
CRONE, Mike and MCCOY, Paul (2011). Service Offshoring and Cultural Differences: Evidence from a US Financial Services Multinational’s Operations in Three EU Countries. In: Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland Chapter) 38th Annual Conference, University of Edinburgh, 14-16 April 2011. (Unpublished)
DOBSON, Stephen, BARTON, Rachel, SUCKLEY, Louise and RODRIGUEZ, Liliana (2012). The socio‐spatial nature of organisational creativity: experiences along the road toward transdisciplinarity. In: Understanding Interdisciplinarity: Theory and Practice - An International Conference, Sheffield, 12th - 14th June 2012. (Unpublished)
DOBSON, Stephen, BRESLIN, Dermot, SUCKLEY, Louise, BARTON, Rachel and RODRIGUEZ, Liliana (2012). Evolving innovation through office knowledge networks : mapping the ephemeral architecture of organizational creativity. In: 12th EURAM 2012 : Social Innovation for Competitiveness, Organisational Performance and Human Excellence, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 6th - 8th June 2012. (Unpublished)
GILL, Jameson (2011). An Investigation of cultural complexity via memetics: Methodological rationale and its operationalisation. In: Sheffield Doctoral Conference, Sheffield, 19-20th April 2011. (Unpublished)
GILL, Jameson (2011). Memes and narrative analysis: A potential direction for the development of neo-Darwinian orientated research in organisations. In: Euram 11 : proceedings of the European Academy of Management. European Academy of Management.
GILL, Jameson (2012). An extra-memetic empirical methodology to accompany theoretical memetics. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 20 (3), 323-336.
HARDY, Jane, MICEK, Grzegorz and CAPIK, Paweł (2011). Upgrading Local Economies in Central and Eastern Europe? The Role of Business Service Foreign Direct Investment in the Knowledge Economy. European Planning Studies, 19 (9), 1581-1591.
HOLLINSHEAD, Graham, CAPIK, Paweł and MICEK, Grzegorz (2011). Beyond offshore outsourcing of business services? Competition and Change, 15 (3), 171-176.
HUGGINS, Robert and JOHNSTON, Andrew (2010). Knowledge flow across inter-firm networks: the influence of network resources, spatial proximity, and firm size. Entrepreneurship and regional development, 22 (5), 457-484.
HUGGINS, Robert and JOHNSTON, Andrew (2009). The economic and innovation contribution of universities: a regional perspective. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 27 (6), 1088-1106.
HUGGINS, Robert, JOHNSTON, Andrew and STEFFENSON, Rebecca (2008). Universities, knowledge networks and regional policy. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 1 (2), 321-340.
HUGGINS, Robert, JOHNSTON, Andrew and STRIDE, Chris (2012). Knowledge networks and universities : locational and organisational aspects of knowledge transfer interactions. Entrepreneurship and regional development, 24 (7-8), 475-502.
JOHNSTON, Andrew (2009). Which sectors are driving regional economic development? Comparing the effects of changes in employment in knowledge-based and consumption-based sectors on regional economic performance. Local Economy, 24 (2), 125-139.
MORGAN, Gareth G and FLETCHER, Neil J (2013). Mandatory public benefit reporting as a basis for charity accountability: findings from England & Wales. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. (In Press)
MORGAN, Gareth G and TAYLOR, Marilyn (2005). Funding for voluntary sector infrastructure: a case study analysis. ISTR Working Papers, IV, 1-11.
RIDLEY-DUFF, R. (2010). Communitarian governance in social enterprises: case evidence from the Mondragon Cooperative Corporation and School Trends Ltd. Social enterprise journal, 6 (2), 125-145.
RIDLEY-DUFF, R. (2004). Communitarian governance: the development of management, governance and ownership models. In: 6th International Management Control Association Conference, Edinburgh, 12th-14th July.
RIDLEY-DUFF, R. (2007). Communitarian perspectives on social enterprise. Corporate governance: an international review, 15 (2), 382-392.
RIDLEY-DUFF, R. (2009). Cooperative social enterprises: company rules, access to finance and management practice. Social Enterprise Journal, 5 (1), 50-68.
RIDLEY-DUFF, R. (2008). Gendering, courtship and pay equality: developing attraction theory to understand work-life balance and entrepreneurial activity. In: Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, Belfast, November 5-7 2008.
RIDLEY-DUFF, R. (2005). Interpersonal dynamics: a communitarian perspective. In: MCA-ENROAC Conference, Antwerp, 7th-9th April.
RIDLEY-DUFF, R. (2006). Social enterprise as a socially rational business. In: Social Enterprise Research Conference, South Bank University, London, 22nd-23rd June.
RIDLEY-DUFF, R. J. (2010). Emotion, seduction and intimacy: alternative perspectives on human behaviour. Silent Revolution Series . Seattle, Libertary Editions.
RIDLEY-DUFF, R. J. (2008). Social enterprise as a socially rational business. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 14 (5), 291-312.
RIDLEY-DUFF, R. J. and BENNETT, A. J. (2010). Mediation: developing a theoretical framework for understanding alternative dispute resolution. In: British Academy of Management, Sheffield, 14 - 16 September 2010. (Submitted)
RIDLEY-DUFF, R. J. and SOUTHCOMBE, C. (2012). The social enterprise mark: a critical review of its conceptual dimensions. Social Enterprise Journal, 8 (3), 178-2000. (In Press)
RIDLEY-DUFF, Rory (2012). New frontiers in democratic self-management. In: MCDONNELL, D. and MACKNIGHT, E., (eds.) The co-operative model in practice. Glasgow, Co-operative Education Trust Scotland, 101-118.
RIDLEY-DUFF, Rory and BENNETT, Anthony (2011). Towards Mediation: developing a theoretical framework to understanding alternative dispute resolution. Industrial Relations Journal, 42 (2), 106-123.
RIDLEY-DUFF, Rory and PONTON, Alistair (2011). Member-Employee Engagement Project: Developing a Theoretical Model for Funded and Commercial Research. Project Report. Social Exchange, Viewpoint Research CIC.
RIDLEY-DUFF, Rory and PONTON, Alistair (2012). Workforce Participation: developing a theoretical framework for longitudinal research. In: UK Society for Co-operative Studies Conference 2012, Lincoln University, 2nd/3rd September. (Submitted)
RIDLEY-DUFF, Rory and SOUTHCOMBE, Cliff (2013). FairShares Co-operative - Model Articles of Association. [Artefact]
RIDLEY-DUFF, Rory and SOUTHCOMBE, Cliff (2013). FairShares Company - Model Articles of Association. [Artefact]
RIDLEY-DUFF, Rory and SOUTHCOMBE, Cliff (2011). The Social Enterprise Mark: a critical review of its conceptual dimensions. In: 34th Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, University of Sheffield, 9th/10th November.
RIDLEY-DUFF, Rory, SOUTHCOMBE, Cliff and DICKINS, Nicci (2013). FairShares Model. FairShares Association Ltd..
SEANOR, P., BULL, M. and RIDLEY-DUFF, R. (2007). Contradictions in social enterprise: do they draw in straight lines or circles? In: Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, Glasgow, 7-9 November 2007.
SEAR, L., DODD, M. and DOOLE, I. (2001). An Audit of export services in England: developing business focused support. In: Small business and enterprise development conference 2001, Leicester, March 29-30 2001.
SUCKLEY, Louise, DOBSON, Stephen, BARTON, Rachel and RODRIGUEZ, Liliana (2012). Understanding Innovation in the Workspace: A case study. In: Work, Wellbeing and Performance: Thriving in times of uncertainty, Sheffield, 26th - 28th June 2012. (Submitted)
TIETZE, Susanne and DICK, Penny (2013). The victorious English language: hegemonic practices in the management academy. Journal of Management Inquiry, 22 (1), 122-134.