Best Paper Awards at the 2015 Irish Academy of Management
Congratulations to DCU Business School academics and PhD students who have had best paper successes at the 18th Annual Irish Academy of Management conference, held in NUI Galway from 2-4 September 2015.
Specifically, the awards went to the following:
Mary Barrett (NUI Galway), Barbara Flood and Bernard Pierce for their paper entitled: ‘Management Accounting and Organisational Change: A Historical Perspective’ (Accounting, Finance & Corporate Governance track);
Mary Barrett and Margaret Linehan, President of the Irish Academy of
Grace Kenny and Regina Connolly for their paper entitled: ‘Unlocking the Potential of ICT in Healthcare, One Barrier At A Time: A Citizen Health Information Privacy Concern Perspective’ (Information Systems & Technology Management track);
Grace Kenny and Margaret Linehan, President of the Irish Academy of Management
Janine Bosak, Jeremy Dawson (Sheffield University Management School) and Patrick C. Flood for their paper entitled: ‘A mutuality approach to participative climate: An investigation of the impact of climate level and strength on employee wellbeing and hospital performance’ (Leadership and Organisational Behaviour track);
Janine Bosak and Margaret Linehan, President of the Irish Academy of Management
Vanessa Diaz, Eric Clinton and Catherine Faherty for their paper entitled: ‘The Influence of Time on the Innovative Behaviour of Family Firms: A Long-Term Perspective’ (Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management track).
Catherine Faherty Margaret Linehan, President of the Irish Academy of Management
For more information about the Irish Academy of Management awards, please click here.
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