DCU Business School academics contribute to Wiley Encyclopedia of Management
A print edition of the Wiley Encyclopedia of Management was kindly donated to the library by DCU Business School academics Professor Patrick Flood and Dr. Yseult Freeney, who are editors of the Organisational Behaviour volume within this collection.
Now in its third edition, this multi-volume Encyclopedia of Management, has been revised and updated to chart the major developments that have occurred in: digital technologies; ethics and governance-related issues; innovation; emerging markets; organizational networks; and new avenues of sustainable business growth.
Providing comprehensive coverage of the field of management the encyclopedia spans thirteen subject volumes plus and index, providing a landmark work of reference for scholars, students and professionals.
In particular, the Encyclopedia of Organisational Behaviour edition explores cutting edge topics such as employee engagement; the role of intuition in decision making; women in leadership; high performance teams; virtual teamwork, flattening organisational structures and new forms of organisational design.
Over 300 international contributors helped to make the Encyclopedia of Organisational Behaviour happen. At DCU Business School they included both faculty and PhD scholars as follows:
Janine Bosak, Sarah Jane Cullinane, Edel Conway, Jennifer Farrell, Yseult Freeney, Yuhui Gao, Claire Gubbins, Lauren Hamel, Brian Harney, Rachel Kidney, Steven Kilroy, Mary Kinahan, Melrona Kirrane, Cyril Kirwan, Des Mc Laughlin, John Mc Mackin, and Shuo Wang.
This work highlights the high quality of research being done in the area of human resource management and organisational behaviour at DCU Business School.
Pictured L-R are Jiafeng Jin, DCU Business School; Dr Anne Sinnott, Executive Dean, DCU Business School; Jack Hyland, DCU Library; Dr Yseult Freeney, DCU Business School; Professor Patrick Flood, DCU Business School
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