Monday, 10 July 2017
Professorial Research Fellow Professor Stephen Teo’s article, Chronotopes and timespace contexts: Academic identity work revealed in narrative fiction, has been published in Studies in Higher Education (an ABDC A-ranked journal).
Professorial Research Fellow Professor Sam Huang’s paper Hospitality service climate, employee service orientation, career aspiration and performance: a moderated mediation model, has been published in the International Journal of Hospitality Management (an ABDC A*-ranked journal).
Professor Craig Standing has had his paper Why things happen? Developing the critical realist view of causal mechanisms published by Information and Organization (an ABDC A*-ranked journal) with John Mingers (Kent University). John has been a visitor to our School in 2014 and 2016.
Professor Craig Craig Standing has also had two articles published in ABDC A-ranked journals:
Dr Jennifer Lajom’s paper, Dualistic passion for work and its impact on career outcomes: Scale validation and nomological network, written with external colleagues, has been published by the Journal of Career Assessment (an ABDC A-ranked journal).
In other research news, the Vice-Chancellor has recently signed off on a brand new research centre for the School of Business and Law, The Centre for Work and Organisational Performance (CWOP).
Professorial Research Fellow Professor Stephen Teo is the Centre Director, with group members including academic staff from the School of Arts and Humanities, School of Nursing and Midwifery, and the School of Medical and Health Sciences, who are researching in the similar research space.
One of ECU’s research focus areas is in “Business and Society”. The Centre for Work and Organisational Performance (CWOP) falls under this theme and it brings together a collective of multi-disciplinary research active academics and early career academics in the School of Business and Law.
These researchers have an on-going research agenda in various aspects of work (including human resource management and employee relations) and organisational studies (including organisational behaviour, leadership, and industrial/organisational psychology).
CPOW will provide a vehicle for this group of multi- disciplinary researchers to engage with industry, government and other institutions nationally and internationally.
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