School of Business and Economics

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Past Events

26 October 2016: Seminar on “The Meaning of Work in Times of Insecurity. Investigating Identity and Well-being Relevant Outcomes”, presented by Dr Eva Selenko (location BE 2.47, 1pm)

9 November 2016, Seminar on "In Search of Employee Voice: Theory and  Practice", presented by Professor Adrian Wilkinson (location BE 0.53, 6-8pm)

22 November 2016, Seminar on “Work Hard, Play Hard: The Influence of Serious Leisure Pursuit on Work Performance”, presented by Dr Ciara Kelly (location BE 2.47, 1pm)

April 2014, The British Academy of Management
Special Interest Group on Identity, with seminar: ‘Professional Identity’

March 2013, The British Academy of Management
Special Interest Group on Identity, with seminar: ‘Discourse at Work’

Christine Coupland and Donald Hislop are collaborating with academics at Griffith University, Brisbane, on an edited book, to be titled, 'Professionals Under Pressure' (Edward Elgar).

Donald Hislop collaborated with Petra Bosch-Sijtsema (Chalmers University, Gothenburg) on special themed section of the journal New Technology, Work and Employment on mobile technologies and the work-life boundary.

Andrew Rothwell has co-authoreda book with Cooray D., Herbert I., Lambert S., Rothwell A., Stephen D., (2014), Transforming the Finance Function: Talent Management for World-class Performance in Offshore Business Service Centres, Best practice in Sri Lanka, London, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Sri Lanka Association of Software and Service companies (SLASSCOM).

Dan Sage, Lise Justensen (Copenhagen Business School), Kjell Tryggestad (Copenhagen Business School), Jan Mouristen (Copenhagen Business School) and Andrew Dainty are working on a collaborative project on the organisational geographies of wildlife management in infrastructure construction.

Alistair Cheyne is currently a Visiting Fellow at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, where he is presenting seminars to colleagues in the schools of Management and Psychology, and establishing collaborative contacts. He is a regular visitor to the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Valencia and has enjoyed many years of collaboration and publication with Amapro Oliver and Jose Tomás.  The collaboration on this research theme is being expanded to include Nick Turner (University of Manitoba). He has been awarded funds from the European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology to organise a Small Group Meeting in Santiago de Compostela, involving colleagues from across Europe, including Orenburg State University (Russian Federation), Göteborg University (Sweden) and ISCTE - Lisbon University Institute (Portugal).

Organising Roles:

Christine Coupland: co-organizer of the BAM Special Interest Group on Identity, 2013 and 2014.

Donald Hislop: convenor of subtheme on mobile technology and the work-life boundary at EGOS 2012, Helsinki

Donald Hislop: convenor of subtheme on Knowledge Management and  Information Systems at CMS 2009, Warwick

Donald Hislop: chair of a symposium on Unlearning and Forgetting at Academy of Management Conference, Orlando, 2013

Donald Hislop was a co-convenor of a conference stream on mobile technology use in work at the 2008 European Group for Organization Studies conference in Amsterdam

Christine Coupland is an Associate Editor for the Scandinavian Journal of Managementon and is on the editorial boards of Organization Studies and the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.

Donald Hislop is on the editorial boards of Work, Employment and Society and New Technology, Work and Society.

Ray Randall is a consulting editor for the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology and a member of the BPS, Division of Occupational Psychology Training Committee.

John Arnold is a consulting editor with four leading journals: Journal of Occupational and Organizational PsychologyJournal of Vocational BehaviorHuman Relations, and Organizational Psychology Review.

Donald Hislop is on the Editorial Advisory Board of New Technology, Work and Employment.