L&D professionals in organisations: much ambition, unfilled promise
Garavan, T., Heneghan, S., O'Brien, F., Gubbins, C., Lai, Y., Carbery, R., …Grant, K. (2020)
L&D professionals in organisations: much ambition, unfilled promise. European Journal of Training and Development, 44(1), 1-86. https://doi.org/10.1108/EJTD-09-2019-0166
This monograph reports a study investigating the roles of learning and development (L&D) professionals in Irish, UK European and US organisations. The study investigates the c...
Operationalising Lean in Healthcare: the Impact of Professionalism
Lindsay, C., Kumar, M., & Juleff, L. (2019)
Operationalising Lean in Healthcare: the Impact of Professionalism. Production Planning and Control, 31(8), 629-643. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2019.1668577
Lean is endorsed as policy in practice in the UK but the challenges and complexities affecting Lean in healthcare are still to be adequately assessed. Through a qualitative si...
Transformative Reflexivity: Teaching and Quality Enterprise Pedagogy
Omeihe, I., & Omeihe, K. O. (2019)
Transformative Reflexivity: Teaching and Quality Enterprise Pedagogy. Journal of Higher Education Service Science and Management, 2(2),
Research summary In this paper, we examine with interest teaching and quality in enterprise pedagogy. This becomes pertinent as quality enterprise pedagogy lays the foundation...
It’s not what you do; it’s the way that you do it: An exploratory study of talent management as an inherently motivational process in the hospitality sector
D'Annunzio-Green, N., & Ramdhony, A. (2019)
It’s not what you do; it’s the way that you do it: An exploratory study of talent management as an inherently motivational process in the hospitality sector. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 31(10), 3992-4020. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCHM-11-2018-0905
Purpose: This paper draws on the key tenets of self-determination theory (SDT) to explore the possibility of deploying Talent Management (TM) as an inherently motivational pr...
Minhat, M., & Dzolkamaini, N. (2019)
Islamic finance. In E. Brigham, M. C. Ehrhardt, & R. Fox (Eds.), Financial Management: Theory and Practice(2nd edition). Cengage
No abstract available.
Commercial airline pilots’ declining professional standing and increasing precarious employment
Maxwell, G. A., & Grant, K. (in press)
Commercial airline pilots’ declining professional standing and increasing precarious employment. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2018.1528473
With the advent of low cost employment systems for pilots in commercial airlines, we address two questions: What are experienced UK-based, commercial airline pilots’ perspecti...
Building dynamic capabilities for digital transformation: An ongoing process of strategic renewal
Warner, K. S., & Wäger, M. (2019)
Building dynamic capabilities for digital transformation: An ongoing process of strategic renewal. Long Range Planning, 52(3), 326-349. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lrp.2018.12.001
In this qualitative study, we explore how incumbent firms in traditional industries build dynamic capabilities for digital transformation. Digital transformation has been defi...
Global Issues: The Technological Framework
Bratton, J., & Grant, K. (2018)
Global Issues: The Technological Framework. In The International Business Environment, 251-288. (Fourth edition). Oxford University Press (OUP
No abstract available.
Building entrepreneurial potential abroad – exploring return migrant experience
Pauli, U., & Osowska, R. (2018)
Building entrepreneurial potential abroad – exploring return migrant experience. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, https://doi.org/10.1108/ijebr-02-2018-0098
Purpose: This paper examines how entrepreneurial potential is built abroad during periods of EU economic migration and how this affects the entrepreneurial behaviour of indivi...
The shifting terrain of commercial aviation: Implications for HRM
Grant, K., & Maxwell, G. (2018)
The shifting terrain of commercial aviation: Implications for HRM. In Conference Proceedings
Safety is of paramount importance in commercial aviation. Human factors account for up to 80% of aviation accidents and incidents. Commercial aviation is experiencing rapid gr...