Associate Professor of Human Resource Management
Grant, K., Mackie, R., Gadsden, S., & McLaughlin, D. (2016). Talent management in public services in Scotland. Edinburgh: Improvement Service
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Gadsden, S., McLaughlin, D., Grant, K., Mackie, R., Cassidy, N., & Derbyshire, H. (2016). Talent management in public services in Scotland: Practitioner report. Edinburgh: Improvement Service
Grant, K., & Maxwell, G. (2018, June). Risky business: HRM implications from pilots' accounts of critical incidents in UK commercial Aviation. Paper presented at International Human Resource Management Conference
Safety is of paramount importance in aviation in first-world countries. Commercial aviation here is highly reliable and ultra-safe, at least technically. However, while techno...
Grant, K., Mackie, R., Gadsden, S., & McLaughlin, D. (2017, December). Collaborative talent management in public services: evaluating the drivers, barriers and enablers. Paper presented at CIPD Applied Research Conference, Glasgow
Against a background of significant public service reform and growing acceptance of the need for increased collaborative activity within Scotland’s public services, our resear...
Maxwell, G. A., Grant, K., & Maxwell, G. (2018). Developing high performance working through case study evidence. Development and Learning in Organizations, 32(2), (5-8). doi:10.1108/dlo-03-2017-0028. ISSN 1477-7282
The article theoretically proffers and empirically evidences five inter-related high performance working (HPW) groupings of value to practitioners interested in develo...
Sheehan, M., Grant, K., & Garavan, T. (2018). Strategic talent management: A macro and micro analysis of current issues in hospitality and tourism. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, 10(1), (28-41). doi:10.1108/whatt-10-2017-0062. ISSN 1755-4217
This article provides an academic viewpoint on contemporary factors associated with talent management (TM) in the hospitality and tourism sector.
Grant, K. (2017). HRM and High Performance Workplaces. In J. Bratton, & J. Gold (Eds.), Human Resource Management, Theory and Practice(6). UK: Palgrave Macmillan
Bratton, A., Garavan, T., D'Annunzio-Green, N., & Grant, K. (2016). HRD and global talent development. In T. Garavan, A. McCarthy, & R. Carbery (Eds.), Handbook of International Human Resource Development: Context, Processes and People, 417-443. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing
Grant, K., Maxwell, G., & Ogden, S. (2014). Skills utilisation in Scotland: exploring the views of managers and employees. Employee Relations, 36(5), (458-479). doi:10.1108/er-09-2012-0069. ISSN 0142-5455
– The purpose of this paper is to explore empirically manager and employee views on employees’ skills utilisation in organisations in Scotland.
Grant, K., Mackie, R., Gadsden, S., & McLaughlin, D. (2018). Developing and managing talent in public services: Navigating the collaborative landscape. In Conference Proceedings
Against a background of significant public service reform and growing acceptance of the need for public service organizations to better co-ordinate and integrate approaches to...
Grant, K., & Maxwell, G. (2017). Opening the black box: A JD-R evaluation of job stress, fatigue and boredom among commercial airline pilots. In TBC
The job demands-resources (JD-R) model is utilised to evaluate the interactions between the job demands and job resources of commercial airline pilots in the UK. The model hol...
Grant, K., & Maxwell, G. A. (2016). Doors to manual and cross-check: professional and precarious aspects of commercial pilots’ employment. In ILPC Proceedings
Doors to manual and cross-check: professional and precarious aspects of commercial pilots’ employment.
Grant, K., & Maxwell, G. A. (2015). High performance work practices: exploring manager and employee perceptions in Scotland. In Conference Proceedings
The aim of this paper is to compare line manager and employee perceptions on high performance work practices (HPWPs) linked to employee skills utilisation in their workplace. ...
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