Patrick, H. (2018). Nested tensions and smoothing tactics: An ethnographic examination of ambidexterity in a theatre. Management Learning, 49(5), 559-577. doi:10.1177/1350507618800940
All organizations face contradictory demands, such as exploiting existing revenue sources whilst exploring new opportunities. The tensions of balancing these demands are large...
Patrick, H. & Elks, K. (2015). From Battery Hens to Chicken Feed: The Perceived Precarity and Identity of Australian Journalists. Asia Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management. 48(12), 48-66. ISSN 1449-1184
There is an industrial revolution taking place in the media sphere, and it is a result of digitalisation. Between mass layoffs and falling word rates, Australian journalists a...
Patrick, H., & Bowditch, C. (2013). Developing professional equality: an analysis of a social movement in the Scottish dance industry. Scottish Journal of Performance 1, 1(1), 75-97. doi:10.14439/sjop.2013.0101.05
This article analyses the growth of professional equality in the Scottish dance industry. It defines the growth of professional equality as a social movement driven by a group...
Greig, G., Gilmore, C., Patrick, H., & Beech, N. (2013). Arresting moments in engaged management research. Management Learning, 44(3), 267-285. doi:10.1177/1350507612443209
We contribute to the literature on the production of knowledge through engaged management and organisational research. We explore how relational practices in management and or...
Patrick, H., Grieg, G. & Beech, N. (2012). Managing Improvisational Practice: The Tension Between Structure and Creative Difference. In Handbook of Institutional Approaches to International Business14, 344-362. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84980-768-5
This chapter adopts cultural historical activity theory in an empirical analysis of theoretical improvisation in order to explore its relational nature as an example of bounde...
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