Work, Organisation and Management (WOM)

The group hosts over 35 academic staff members and a vibrant PhD community. Group members pursue research across the full range of topics related to human resource management, organisational behaviour and organisation studies as well as management education. All staff members belonging to the Organisation and Management Group are committed to the underlying ethos of ‘learning to make a difference’ in their teaching and research.

We offer a strongly collegial, research-supportive, and intellectually stimulating interdisciplinary environment and excellent provision for PhD students. Group members are involved in the delivery of highly successful specialist undergraduate and postgraduate programmes that are research-led and reflect the wide-ranging disciplinary areas associated with WOM including a BA in Business ManagementMSc in Human Resource Management (CIPD Accredited), Master in Management (MIM), and MSc in Occupational and Organisational Psychology (BPS Accredited).

Group members publish regularly in FT 50 listed academic journals such as  Academy of Management Journal, Human Resource Management, Human Relations, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Organizational Research Methods, Organization Studies, and Research Policy, as well as leading specialist academic journals including Academy of Management Annals, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Work, Employment and Society. They hold senior editorial positions for the following journals: Journal of Management Studies (Professor Caroline Gatrell, general editor), Work, Employment and Society (Professor Rory Donnelly, editor), Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (Dr Laura Radcliffe, Dr Joanne Lyubovnikova, associate editors), Organization (Professor Damian O’Doherty, associate editorand International Journal of Human Resource Management (Dr Huadong Yang, associate editor). They also sit on numerous editorial boards, including: Academy of Management ReviewJournal of Management StudiesAcademy of Management Learning & EducationBritish Journal of ManagementHuman RelationsJournal of Management, and Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.

Members of WOM work closely with business, the public sector and the third sector in impactful research and knowledge exchange. Such activities are funded by a range of national and international funding agencies including the ESRC, Leverhulme, the British Academy, and the public and private sector. The Group currently supports the Organisational and Employee Well-Being research cluster.

Human Resource Management

Group activities related to human resource management (HRM) cover a range of research topics and span different research methodologies including qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods approaches. Professor Rory Donnelly’s work focuses on knowledge work, particularly IT work in the UK, US and India; changing work and career dynamics; diversity and inclusion; the employment relationship and comparative employment systems. Research by Dr Emma Hughes examines employment relations; comparative employment systems; workplace partnership/conflict; the moral economy of work. Professor Stephen Woods researches recruitment and selection in organisations, especially around digital assessments, people and HR analytics and process fairness. Professor Caroline Gatrell currently studies fathers, employment and the work-family interface through the lenses of gender and the body. Dr Laura Radcliffe researches the impact of organisational polices and structures on work-life balance. Professor Yves Guillaume’s research looks at the effectiveness of diversity, equality and inclusion management practices. Professor Lillian Otaye’s research examines strategic human resource management, employee relations, diversity management (race/ethnicity and gender), international HRM and employee well-being. Dr Salma Raheem’s research revolves around international human resource management in the Middle East and the management of multicultural teams.  Dr Huadong Yang’s work focuses on the effects of employee self-identity in HRM, implementation of HRM in teams, and high-performance work systems. Dr Yaru Chen’s research centres on professional identity, role identity, sensemaking/giving and applying these theoretical lenses to explore the adoption and diffusion of innovation in healthcare organisations. Dr Mariella Miraglia’s work examines performance management with a special focus on feedback and job crafting. Dr Ming Li (Lily) researches international HRM.

Organisational Behaviour

Group members’ research in the area of organisational behaviour draws on a range of disciplines including HRM, Organisation Studies, and Organisational Psychology and employs a wide spectrum of research methodologies, such as laboratory experiments, surveys, meta-analysis as well as qualitative and mixed methods.  Professor Yves Guillaume’s research revolves around the study of diversity, leadership, teams, performance, innovation, well-being, and more recently social responsibility behaviours. Dr Huadong Yang researches culturally diverse teams and conflict management. Dr Ming Li (Lily) studies global leadership, cross-cultural and Chinese management, and application of research methods. Dr Salma Raheem’s researches the role of multicultural individuals in enhancing team productivity and cohesion as well as leadership in developing inclusive organisational cultures. Dr Pascale Daher’s work investigates leadership, gender and diversity, teams, and emotions. Professor Steve Woods’ research centres on personality at work, assessment of traits, and the ways in which personality develops in work environments. Dr Joanne Lyubovnikova’s research focuses on five interrelated areas; team composition and processes; team leadership; team innovation and creativity; multiple team membership; and teamwork in the context of healthcare. Dr Greg Fetzer ‘s research revolves around meaningful work and how individuals and groups manage creativity. Dr Laura Radcliffe research focuses on how people manage their various roles and identities as well as gender and diversity issues at the intersection of work and other life domains. Employing innovative qualitative methods, Dr Leighann Spencer‘s research examines two substantive domains, those of workplace mistreatment and the integration of scholarship and practice. Dr Mariella Miraglia studies attendance behaviour in organisations (absenteeism and presenteeism) and wellbeing. Dr Samah Shaffakat’s research studies leadership, leadership development, mindfulness, psychological contracts, change management, emotions and personality.

Organisation Studies/ Theory

In Organisation Studies, group members draw on a range of perspectives including Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology and History. The group employs a wide spectrum of reflective, analytical, and empirical methodologies. Professor Damian O’Doherty is an organization theorist who works ethnographically in organization, broadly defined, through which he seeks to animate and reanimate controversies at play in the ongoing maintenance, reproduction and disappearance of organizations. Research by Professor Caroline Gatrell research centres on work, family and health, which she explores from a socio-cultural perspective. Dr Nora Meziani ‘s research revolves around sensemaking, communication, intuition, embodiment, and inventive qualitative research methods. Professor Roy Suddaby’s research focuses on processes of change at the individual, organizational and institutional levels of analysis. He is particularly interested in the critical role of symbolic resources - legitimacy, authenticity, identity and history - in improving an organization's competitive position. Yihan Liu‘s research centres on organisational space, organisational history, and archive-based research methods.  Dr Garance Marechal research investigates sensemaking, strategizing and reflexive processes in professional firms as well as gender. Drawing on recent approaches to cognitive science, Dr Meziani’s research centres on sensemaking, and on how a relational bundle made of words, objects and bodies contribute to meaning construction. Dr Mike Rowe’s work examines police discretion, policing, and police culture and he has a strong interest in ethnographic research approaches. Dr Claes Belfrage examines the political economy of financial regulation and market integration, inequality and climate change with a particular interest in the Nordic economies and the Mercosur. Dr Adriana Nilsson’s research focuses on the interaction between /organisational action and the institutional environment, particularly in relation to macro-processes of international political economy and regional and transnational governance. Dr Michael Cole researches local government, devolution and student unions. He is also interested in public leadership in China.

Management Education  

The group also sees its role increasingly as a leader in intellectual and policy debate on university education, and is very active in pedagogy scholarship. Group members publish in national and international peer-reviewed management learning journals, producing monographs and edited collections with a learning and teaching focus. Professor Lisa Anderson’s research focuses on the aim of improving management practice and developing the management profession; she is currently Vice Chair of the British Academy of Management. Dr Jason Macvaugh has a particular research interest in higher education pedagogy and practice. Dr Susan Minten’s research revolves around graduate employability and careers as well as managing change in elite sport. Dr Patricia Murtagh has a particular research interest in technology, representation, media and strategy as practice. Dr Denise Preece research revolves around high performance working, learning, and development; she is also an Athena Swan National Panellist. Dr Jennifer Johnson’s research focuses on how culture, personality and individual ecology affect learning; she is a Branch Chair of CIPD. Dr Graeme Ridgeway research interests centre on micro ethics in organisations. Dr Caroline Ramsey’s research explores practice-based and processual as well as dialogic approaches to learning and practice innovation, reflective learning, judgment and quality of practical wisdom. John Hunter-Jones’s research focuses on recreational health and safety and fundraising strategies for charities. Dr Ali Rostron’s research explores the implications of an identity perspective in manager education and development; she is a member of the British Academy of Management Identity SIG Organising Committee. Other research on management education focuses for example on the changing function of university student unions (Dr Michael Cole), and the role of reflexivity and cultural sensitivity in academic performance of MBA students (Dr Joanne Lyubovnikova).

Back to: Management School


    Subject Group Head

    Professor Charlotte Croft

    Professor Charlotte Croft

    Professor of Organisation Studies

    Research field(s):

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    Director of Education

    Dr Ali Rostron

    Dr Ali Rostron

    Lecturer in Management

    Research field(s):

    • Identity
    • Learning and development: manager education and development

    Director of Research

    Dr Mariella Miraglia

    Dr Mariella Miraglia

    Reader in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management

    Research field(s):

    • XXX



    Research field(s)

    Belfrage, Dr Claes Reader in Global Political Economy  
    Bharatan, Dr Ila 


    Bradley, Dr Martyn Lecturer in Work, Organisation and Management
    • Work, health, and wellbeing
    • Identity
    Chauhan, Dr Trishna Lecturer in Organisation Studies  
    Chen, Dr Yaru Lecturer in Work, Organisation and Management
    • Ientity
    Cole, Dr Michael Senior Lecturer in Organisation and Management
    • Governance 
    Daher, Dr Pascale Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour
    • Leadership
    • Work, health, and wellbeing 
    Donnelly, Professor Rory Professor of Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour  
    Fetzer, Dr Gregory Lecturer in Work, Organisation and Management
    • Work, health, and wellbeing
    • Performance, innovation, and creativity
    • Identity 
    Gatrell, Professor Caroline Professor of Organisation Studies
    • Work, health, and wellbeing:work-life balance
    • Relationship between the body and employment
    • Emloyment relationships
    • Equality, diversity and inclusion
    • Identity 
    Guillaume, Professor Yves Professor of Work, Organisation and Management
    • Equality, diversity and inclusion
    • Leadership
    • Performance, innovation and creativity
    Hakkarainen, Dr Tuuli  Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour  
    Hughes, Dr Emma    
    Hunter-Jones, Mr John Lecturer in Organisations and Management  
    Johnson, Dr Jennifer Director M.Sc. Healthcare Leadership  
    Koljonen, Dr Tomi Lecturer in Organisation Theory
    • Occupations and professions
    • Equality, diversity and inclusion
    • Identity
    • Technology
    Li, Dr Ming Senior Lecturer in International Human Resource Management  
    Liu, Dr Yihan Lecturer in Work, Organisation and Management  
    Lyons, Ms Bernadette    
    Lyubovnikova, Dr Joanne Reader in Organisational Behaviour  
    MacVaugh, Dr Jason    
    Marechal, Dr Garance Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management
    • Gender
    Minten, Dr Susan Senior Lecturer in Sport Business
    • Culture in community sports organisations
    • Sustainable community sports organisations
    • Learning in online communities
    O'Doherty, Professor Damian Professor of Management and Organisation  
    Otaye-Ebede, Professor Lilian Professor in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour, and Director of Studies for the MSC Human Resource Management Programme  
    Preece, Dr Denise Senior Lecturer in Work, Organisation and Management  
    Radcliffe, Dr Laura Reader in  in Organisational Behaviour  
    Raheem, Dr Salma Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour
    • Identity: multicultural identity/intersectionality
    • Equality, diversity and inclusion/Leadership: inclusive leadership /management of organisational diversity
    • Teams/International Human Resource Management: diverse/international teams
    Ramsey, Dr Caroline Senior Lecturer in Work, Organisation and Management, and DBA Director of Studies   
    Ridgeway, Dr Graeme  
    • Ethics and Psychoanalysis
    • Micro ethics in the workplace 
    Rowe, Dr Michael Lecturer in Public Sector Management 
    • Organisational ethnography
    • Culture
    • Street-level bureaucracy
    • Methodology
    Shaffakat, Dr Samah Senior Lecturer in Work, Organisation and Management
    • Leadership
    • Work, health, and wellbeing
    • Equality, diversity and inclusion
    • Personality, emotions, media
    Spencer, Dr Leighann Lecturer in Work, Organisation and Management  
    Suddaby, Professor Roy Professor and Chair in Organisation Theory   
    Vilella Nilsson, Dr Adriana Lecturer in Work, Organisation and Management   
    Yang, Dr Huadong Reader in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour 
    • Human Resource Management practices and processes
    • International Human Resource Management
    • Equality, diversity and inclusion


    Developing research practices

    - Professor Renate Meyer, Professor of Organisation Studies at WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria

    - 29 November 2022

    Publishing qualitative research

    - Professor Renate Meyer, Professor of Organisation Studies at WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria

    - Professor Bill Harley, Professor of Management at the University of Melbourne, Australia

    - 29 November 2022

    One frame to bind them all’. The rhetoric of the anti-vaccination for large-scale institutional disruption

    - Professor Renate Meyer, Professor of Organisation Studies at WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria

    - 28 November 2022

    How to win friends and influence people(‘s feelings)… And should we be doing so?

    - Professor Karen Niven, Professor of Organisational Psychology at University of Sheffield, England

    - 16 November 2022

    Publishing in top-tier management journals: How can you do it? 

    Professor Trish Reay, TELUS Chair in Management at University of Alberta, Canada

    - 12 May 2022

    Reflexive Practice: Developing Insights for Research and Leadership

    - Professor Paul Hibbert, Professor of Management at University of St Andrews, Scotland

    - 27 April 2022

    On the charisma of crabs and other liminal critters: What HRM can learn from rockpooling

    - Dr Lindsay Hamilton, Chair in Animal Organisation Studies at The York Management School (University of York), England

    - 30 March 2022



    Does Physical Activity before the End of the Workday Improve Work Focus? A Within-Person Investigation in Regular Exercisers”.

    - Dr Lieke ten Brummelhuis, Associate Professor of Management and Organisation Studies at Simon Fraser University, Canada

    - 24 February 2021

    Post-corporate Entrepreneurship in Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: The Role of Institutional Infrastructure

    - Professor Tom Lawrence, Professor of Strategic Management at Said Business School, University of Oxford, England

    - 28 April 2021



    Resolving the paradox of institutional stability: Process ontology and the temporality of institutions

    - Professor Juliane Reinecke, Professor of Management Studies, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, England

    Understanding the factors that support breastfeeding women at work

    - Professor Allison Gabriel, Professor of Management and Organisations, Eller College of Management, University of Arizona, US

    - 8 July 2020

    Event in the Technologies and the Futures of Work series

    - Professor Brian Silverman, Professor of Strategic Management, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada

    - Professor David Berry, Professor of Digital Humanities, University of Sussex, England

    - 10 June 2020 

    Labor market inclusion through predatory capitalism? The ‘sharing economy’, diversity, and the crisis of social reproduction in the Belgian coordinated market economy

    - Professor Patrizia Zanoni, Professor in organisation Studies, Hasselt University, Belgium,  and Utrecht University School of Governance, The Netherlands

    - 12 February 2020



    Organisational culture and change: Developing theory and evidence-based SEMs for measuring organizational characteristics of relevance for adaptive change

    - Professor Felix Brodbeck, Chair for Economic and Organisational Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany

    - 19 June 2019 

    Do relation-specific investments pay off? Comparing cross-sector and within-sector partnerships from a relational view perspective

    - Professor Christiana Weber, Chair for Strategic Management and Organisation, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany

    - 22 May 2019 

    When is hierarchy functional? Clarity between status levels in the hierarchy system impacts the functionality of hierarchy in crowdsourcing teams & To Ask or Not to Ask: Effect of Age on Advice Seeking

    - Professor Gokhan Ertug, Professor of Strategic Management, Singapore Management University, Singapore

    - 1 May 2019 

    Business model innovation in the energy industry

    - Professor Jonatan PinkseProfessor of Strategy, IMP Innovation, Strategy and Sustainability, University of Manchester, England

    - 3 April 2019 

    Expanding our understanding of the employee-organization relationship

     - Professor Jacqueline Coyle-Shapiro, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, London School of Economics, England

    - 20 March 2019 

    History and the Micro-foundations of Dynamic Capabilities

    Professor Roy SuddabyChair in Organisation Theory, Work, Organisation and Management at University of Liverpool Management School, England, and Winspear Chair of Management at University of Victoria, Canada

    - 22 February 2019 

    Nostalgic uses of the past, AMLE publishing workshop

    - Professor Bill Foster, University of Alberta, Canada

    - 22 January 2019 



    The Origins of 'Organizational' Wrongdoing: Complicity-in-Practice

    - Professor Jane Lê, Chair of Strategic Management, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany

    - 12 December 2018 

    Servant Leadership and Frontline Employees' Customer Service Performance: A Cross-Level Test of Competing Perspectives

    - Professor Sam Aryee, Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, University of Surrey, England

    - 7 November 2018 

    Strategy and virtue: Revisiting strategic management through virtue ethics

    - Professor Hari Tsoukas, Professor of Strategic Management at University of Cyprus, and Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Warwick Business School, England

    - 17 October 2018

    Selected recent publications:

    Goumaa, R., Anderson, L. and Zundel, M. (2019). What can managers learn online? Investigating possibilities for active understanding in the online MBA classroom, Management Learning, 50(2): 226 - 244.

    Anderson, L., Ellwood, P., & Coleman, C. (2017). The Impactful Academic: Relational management education as an intervention for impact. British Journal of Management, 28(1): 14 - 28.

    Belfrage, C. A., & Kallifatides, M. (2018). The politicisation of macroprudential regulation: The critical Swedish case. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 50(3): 709-729.

    Belfrage, C., & Hauf, F. (2017). The Gentle Art of Retroduction: Critical Realism, Cultural Political Economy and Critical Grounded Theory. Organization Studies, 38(2): 251-271.

    Sun, J., Cole, M., Huang, Z. and Wang, S. (2019). Chinese leadership: Provincial perspectives on promotion and performanceEnvironment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 37(4): 750 - 772.

    Cole, M. (2016). Committee Scrutiny in Scotland: A Comparative and Bi-Constitutional Perspective. Policy and Politics, 44(3): 465-483.

    Stollberger, J., Bosch, M. J., Las Heras, M., Rofcanin, Y., & Daher, P. (2020.). The tone at the top: A trickle-down model of how manager anger relates to employee moral behaviour. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. doi:10.1080/1359432X.2020.1804876

    Stoermer, S., Davies, S., & Froese, F. J. (2020). The influence of expatriate cultural intelligence on organizational embeddedness and knowledge sharing: The moderating effects of host country context. Journal of International Business Studies. doi:10.1057/s41267-020-00349-3

    Davies, S. E., Stoermer, S., & Froese, F. J. (2019). When the going gets tough: The influence of expatriate resilience and perceived organizational inclusion climate on work adjustment and turnover intentions. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 30(8): 1393–1417.

    Kenny, E. J., and Donnelly, R. (2020). Navigating the gender structure in information technology: How does this affect the experiences and behaviours of women? Human Relations, 73(3): 326-350.

    Donnelly, R. (2019). Using involvement to enhance employee engagement in IT firms: examining leadership initiatives in a key developing national context. New Technology, Work & Employment, 33(2): 187-201.

    Breslin, D., & Gatrell, C. (2020). Theorizing Through Literature Reviews: The Miner-Prospector Continuum. Organizational Research Methods. Doi: 1094428120943288.

    Gatrell, C. (2019). Boundary creatures? Employed, breastfeeding mothers and ‘abjection as practice’. Organization Studies, 40(3): 421-442.

    Lee, A., Thomas, G., Martin, R., Guillaume, Y., & Marstand, A. F. (2019). Beyond relationship quality: The role of leader–member exchange importance in leader–follower dyads. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 92 (4), 736-763

    Lee, A., Thomas, G., Martin, R., & Guillaume, Y. R. F. (2019). Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) ambivalence and task performance: The cross-domain buffering role of social support. Journal of Management, 45(5), 1927-1957.

    Nechanska, E., Hughes, E., & Dundon, T. (2019). Towards an integration of employee voice and silence. Human Resource Management Review, 30(1), 100674.

    Hughes, E. S., Dobbins, T., & Murphy, S. (2019). ‘Going Underground’: A Tube Worker’s Experience of Struggles over the Frontier of Control. Work, Employment and Society, 33(1), 174-183.

    Li, M. (2020). An examination of two major constructs of cross-cultural competence: Cultural intelligence and intercultural competence. Personality and Individual Differences, 164(1). 110105.

    Li, M., Sharp, B. M., Bergh, D. D. and Vandenberg, R. (2019). Statistical and methodological myths and urban legends in strategic management research: The case of moderation analysis. European Management Review, 16(1), 209-220.

    Liu, Y., & Grey, C. (2018). History, gendered space and organizational identity: An archival study of a university building. Human Relations, 71(5), 640-667.

    Lee, A., Lyubovnikova, J., Tian, A., & Knight, C. (2020). Servant leadership: A meta-analytic examination of incremental contribution, moderation and mediation. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 93 (1), 1-44

    Fletcher, L., Carter, M., & Lyubovnikova, J. (2018). Congruency of resources and demands and their effects on staff turnover within the English health care sector. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 91(3), 688-696.

    Linstead, S. A., & Marechal, G. (2015). Re-reading masculine organization: Phallic, testicular and seminal metaphors. Human Relations, 68(9), 1461-1489.

    Linstead, S., Marechal, G., & Griffin, R. W. (2014). Theorizing and Researching the Dark Side of Organization. Organization Studies, 35(2), 165-188.

    Meziani, N., & Cabantous, L. (2020). Acting intuition into sense: How film crews make sense with embodied ways of knowing. Journal of Management Studies. doi:10.1111/joms.12619

    Miraglia, M., & Johns, G. (2020). The Social and Relational Dynamics of Absenteeism from Work: A Multi-Level Review and Integration. Academy of Management Annals. doi:10.5465/annals.2019.003

    Nielsen, K., & Miraglia, M. (2017). What works for whom in which circumstances? On the need to move beyond the "what works?' question in organizational intervention research. Human Relations, 70(1), 40-62. doi:10.1177/0018726716670226

    Nilsson, A. (2017). Making norms to tackle global challenges: The role of Intergovernmental Organisations. Research Policy, 46(1), 171-181.

    Loon, M., Otaye-Ebede, L., & Stewart, J. (2020). Thriving in the New Normal: The HR Microfoundations of Capabilities for Business Model Innovation. An Integrated Literature Review. Journal of Management Studies, 57(3), 698-726. doi:10.1111/joms.12564

    Otaye-Ebede, L. (2019). Antecedents and outcomes of managing diversity in a UK context: test of a mediation model. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 30(18), 2605-2627.

    Pereira Costa, S. P., & Neves, P. (2017). Forgiving is good for health and performance: How forgiveness helps individuals cope with the psychological contract breach. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 100, 124-136. doi:10.1016/j.jvb.2017.03.005

    Pereira Costa, S., & Neves, P. (2017). Job insecurity and work outcomes: The role of psychological contract breach and positive psychological capital. Work & Stress, 31(4), 375-394.

    Cassell, C., Radcliffe, L., & Malik, F. (2019). Participant Reflexivity in Organizational Research Design. Organizational Research Methods, 23(4), 750-773.

    Radcliffe, L. S., & Cassell, C. (2015). Flexible working, work-family conflict, and maternal gatekeeping: The daily experiences of dual-earner couples. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 88(4), 835-855.

    Vora, D., Martin, L., Fitzsimmons, S. R., Pekerti, A. A., Lakshman, C., & Raheem, S. (2019). Multiculturalism within individuals: A review, critique, and agenda for future research. Journal of International Business Studies, 50(4): 499–524.

    Rigg, C. (2018). Somatic learning: Bringing the body into critical reflection. Management Learning, 49(2): 150-167.

    Pearson, G., & Rowe, M. (2020). Police Street Powers and Criminal Justice: Regulation and Discretion in a Time of Change. Oxford: Hart Publishing.

    Ganzin, M., Islam, G., & Suddaby, R. (2019). Spirituality and Entrepreneurship: The Role of Magical Thinking in Future-Oriented Sensemaking. Organization Studies, 41(1): 77-102

    Wadhwani, R. D., Suddaby, R., Mordhorst, M. and Popp, A. (2018). History as Organizing: Uses of the Past in Organization Studies. Organization Studies, 39(12): 1663-1683.

    Woods, S. A., Wille, B., Wu, C. H., Lievens, F., & De Fruyt, F. (2019) “The influence of work on personality trait development: The demands-affordances TrAnsactional (DATA) model, an integrative review, and research agenda”, Journal of Vocational Behavior, 110: 258-271.

    Zhou, Y., Zou, M., Woods, S. A., & Wu, C. -H. (2019). The restorative effect of work after unemployment: An intraindividual analysis of subjective well-being recovery through reemployment. Journal of Applied Psychology, 104(9): 1195-1206.

    Yang, H., Sanders, K., & Van Rijn, M. (2020). The effect of supervisor and organisational support on employees’ interactive informal learning: The moderating role of interdependent self-construal. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 31(17), 2217-2237

    Sanders, K., & Yang, H. (2016). The HRM Process Approach: The Influence of Employees' Attribution to Explain the HRM-Performance Relationship. Human Resource Management, 55(2), 201-217. doi:10.1002/hrm.21661

    Lu, C. -Q., Du, D. -Y., Xu, X. -M., & Zhang, R. -F. (2017). Revisiting the relationship between job demands and job performance: The effects of job security and traditionality. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 90(1), 28-50.