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Cliff Oswick, Queen Mary, University of London

Biography

Cass Business School
Professor of Organization Theory

Cliff joined Cass in 2011 as a Professor in Organization Theory. He also served as Head of the Faculty of Management and Deputy Dean at Cass between January 2011 and January 2016. Before coming to Cass he spent 4 years at Queen Mary, University of London as a Professor of Organization Theory in the School of Business and Management and served as Dean of the Faculty of Law & Social Sciences (2007-2011). He has also previously held posts at University of Leicester (2002-2007), King’s College, University of London (1990-2002), and Westminster University (1988-1990). Before becoming a full-time academic in 1988, Cliff worked as a HR manager in local government.

Cliff’s research focuses on the application of aspects of discourse, dramaturgy, tropes, narrative and rhetoric to the study of organizations and organizing. He is particularly interested in the study of leadership processes, employee engagement, and organizational change.

He has published over 120 academic articles and contributions to edited volumes, including contributions to Academy of Management Review, Human Relations, Journal of Management Studies, British Journal of Management, Organization, and Organization Studies. He is the European Editor for Journal of Organizational Change Management and Associate Editor for Journal of Change Management. He is also a co-director of ICROD (the International Centre for Research on Organizational Discourse, Strategy and Change), a member of the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel Development), a member of the National Training Laboratory, chair of the board of trustees for The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, and a member of the Executive Board of the ODC (Organization Development and Change) Division of the Academy of Management. Beyond his academic responsibilities, Cliff has also undertaken a variety of consultancy projects, senior coaching activities and executive development assignments with a number of high profile corporate clients.

Qualifications

PGDip, MSc, PhD and CertEd.

Expertise

Primary Topics

  • Change Management
  • Critical Management StudiesLeadership
  • Organization Theory

Additional Topics

  • Human Resource Management
  • Management Development
  • Organizational Behaviour

Research Topics

  • New forms of Organizational Development The emergence of discourse-oriented modes of organizational change and transformation
  • Equality, diversity and inclusion in employment Shifting patterns of, and changing discourses around, anti-discrimination approaches
  • The social construction of management theory The role of metaphor and analogical reasoning in the production and consumption of management theories

Books (7)

  • Reed, C., Thomas, R., Davies, A., Keenoy, T., McDermott, A., Hurlow, S., Sabells, I., Ybema, S., Oswick, C., Beech, N. and Hardy, C. (2014). Organizational Discourse: Terra Firma, Terra Nova, Terra Incognita (11th International Conference on Organisational Discourse). KMC Press.
  • Reed, C., Keenoy, T., Oswick, C., Sabelis, I., Ybema, S., Beech, N., Hardy, C. and Thomas, R. (2012). Organizational Discourse: Processes, Practices and Performance (10th International Conference on Organizational Discourse). KMC Press.
  • Reed, C., Keenoy, T., Oswick, C., Sabelis, I. and Ybema, S. (2010). Organizational Discourse: Crises, Corruption, Character and Change (9th International Conference on Organizational Discourse). London: KMC Press.
  • Beverungen, A., Ellis, N., Keenoy, T., Oswick, C., Sabelis, I. and Ybema, S. (2006). Organizational Discourse: Identity, Ideology and Idiosyncrasy. London: KMC Press.
  • Hardy, C., Grant, D., Oswick, C. and Putnam, L. (2004). The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Discourse. London: SAGE. ISBN 978-1-4462-0693-5.
  • Coombes, C., Grant, D., Keenoy, T., Oswick, C., Sabelis, I., Veenswijk, M. and Ybema, S. (2004). Organizational Discourse: Artefacts, Archetypes and Architexts. London: KMC Press.
  • Coombes, C., Grant, D., Oswick, C. and Putnam, L. (2002). The Handbook of Organizational Discourse. London: KMC Press.

Chapters (35)

  • Oswick, C. (2016). Critical Discursive Approaches: On Context, Materiality, and Orthodoxy. In Mautner, G. (Ed.), Discourse and Management Critical Perspectives Through the Language Lens (pp. 224–229). Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-137-30038-6.
  • Oswick, C. (2015). Organizing, Music and Metaphor: Of Connections, Comparisons and Correspondences. In Beech, N. and Gilmore, C. (Eds.), Organising Music Theory, Practice, Performance (pp. 52–60). Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1-316-24003-8.
  • Oswick, C. (2015). Leadership is Dead. Trust Me, PR Is Dead (pp. 229–232). Random House. ISBN 978-1-78352-085-5.
  • Oswick, C. and Fleming, P. (2014). What About the Workers? Discourses of Enrichment, Empowerment, and Engagement (and Emancipation). In Reed, C., Thomas, R., Davies, A., Keenoy, T., McDermott, A., Hurlow, S., Sabells, I., Ybema, S., Oswick, C., Beech, N. and Hardy, C. (Eds.), Organizational Discourse: Terra Firma, Terra Nova, Terra Incognita (11th International Conference on Organisational Discourse) KMC Press.
  • Oswick, C., Gond, J. and Cabantous, L. (2014). The Discursive Construction of the Academic-Practitioner Divide: Re-conceptualizing the ‘Gap’ Metaphor. In Reed, C., Thomas, R., Davies, A., Keenoy, T., McDermott, A., Hurlow, S., Sabells, I., Ybema, S., Oswick, C., Beech, N. and Hardy, C. (Eds.), Organizational Discourse: Terra Firma, Terra Nova, Terra Incognita (11th International Conference on Organisational Discourse) KMC Press.
  • Oswick, C. (2012). Discourse Analysis and Discursive Analyses. In Symon, G. and Cassell, C. (Eds.), The Practice of Qualitative Organizational Research: Core Methods and Current Challenges (pp. 473–491). London: Sage. ISBN 978-1-4462-5827-9.
  • Oswick, C. (2012). Gossip and Organizations: A Foreword. In Waddington, K. (Ed.), Gossip and Organizations Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-41785-3.
  • Oswick, C. and Marshak, R. (2011). Images of Organization Development: The Role of Metaphor as an Enabling and Constraining Device. In Boje, D., Burnes, B. and Hassard, J. (Eds.), in The Routledge Companion to Organizational Change (pp. 104–114). London: Routledge.
  • Oswick, C., Kennoy, T. and Grant, C. (2011). Metaphors and Analogical Reasoning in Organization Theory: Beyond Orthodoxy. In Grant, D., Hardy, C. and Putnam, L. (Eds.), Organizational Discourse Studies: Volume II - Methods (pp. 305–317). London: Sage.
  • Oswick, C. (2011). Discourse. In Tadajewski, I.M., Maclaran, P., Parsons, E. and Parker, M. (Eds.), Key Concepts in Critical Management Studies (pp. 104–108). London: Sage. ISBN 978-1-84920-569-6.
  • Robertson, M. and Oswick, C. (2010). Interorganizational Relationships: Noble Biotech. In Daft, R., Murphy, J. and Willmott, H. (Eds.), Organizational Theory and Design (pp. 210–213). Hampshire: Cengage Learning.
  • Oswick, C. (2010). Re-Imaging and Re-Imagining Approaches to Organizational Change. In Colin Carnall, (Ed.), The Change Management Series London: Henry Stewart Talks (audio-visual recording of 45 mins duration).
  • Oswick, C. (2010). The Social Construction of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion: An Exploration of Academic and Public Discourses. In Healy, I.G., Kirton, G. and Noon, M. (Eds.), in Equality, Inequalities and Diversity: From Global to Local (pp. 18–36). London: Palgrave.
  • Oswick, C. and Robertson, M. (2009). Communicating Knowledge: Boundary Objects as Texts. In Oglesby, R.A. and Adams, M.G. (Eds.), The Business Research Yearbook: Global Business Perspectives (pp. 602–609). IABD Press.
  • Grant, D., Iedema, R. and Oswick, C. (2009). Discourse and Critical Management Studies. In Alvesson, M., Bridgman, T. and Willmott, H. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Critical Management Studies (pp. 213–231). OUP. ISBN 978-0-19-157712-3.
  • Oswick, C., Hanlon, G. and Jones, P. (2008). Inventing and Interpreting Globalization: A Discursive Analysis. In Odrakiewicz, P. and Strnad, W. (Eds.), The Management of Meaning in Organizations (pp. 124–135). Poznan: PWSBiJO Press.
  • Oswick, C. (2008). Narrative Research. In Thorpe, R. and Hutchinson, G. (Eds.), Dictionary of Qualitative Management Research (pp. 141–142). London: Sage.
  • Oswick, C. (2008). Organizational Discourse. In Clegg, S. and Bailey, J.R. (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies (pp. 1052–1056). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Keenoy, T., Oswick, C., Sabelis, I. and Ybema, S. (2008). Organizational Discourse: Translations, Transformations and Transgressions. London: KMC Press.
  • Oswick, C., Grant, D. and Iedema, R. (2008). Rethinking the Critical Agenda: Integrating Materiality and Agency with Discourse. In Benoit-Barne, I.C., Brummans, B., Cooren, F., Giroux, H., Letourneau, A., Raymond, D. and Robichaud, D. (Eds.), What is an Organization? Materiality, Agency and Discourse (pp. 168–171). Montreal: Universite de Montreal Press.
  • Oswick, C. (2008). Towards a Critical Engagement with Metaphor in Organization Studies. In Barry, D. and Hansen, H. (Eds.), Handbook of the New and Emerging in Management and Organization (pp. 300–302). London: Sage.
  • Oswick, C., Jones, P. and Lockwood, G. (2008). A Bibliometric and Tropological Analysis of Globalization. In Oglesby, R.A. and Adams, M.G. (Eds.), The Business Research Yearbook: Global Business Perspectives (pp. 450–455). IABD Press.
  • Oswick, C. (2008). Dialogue. In Clegg, S. and Bailey, J.R. (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies (pp. 381–383). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Jones, P., Oswick, C. and Lockwood, G. (2007). Measuring the Impact of Outdoor Training on Productivity: Evidence from a Multi-national Manufacturing Organization. In Ceroni, J.A. (Ed.), The Development of Collaborative Production and Service Systems in Emergent Economies (pp. 125–131). Valparaiso: ICPR.
  • Oswick, C. and Robertson, M. (2007). Personal Branding and Identity: A Textual Analysis. In Pullen, A., Beech, N., A, and Sims, D. (Eds.), Exploring Identity: Concepts and Methods (pp. 26–43). London: Palgrave.
  • Oswick, C. (2007). Closing Words (and Opening Discussions?): An Afterword on After Mr Sam. In Cooren, F. (Ed.), Interacting and Organizing: Analyses of a Board Meeting (pp. 289–296). USA: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Oswick, C., Gale, J. and Beech, N. (2006). Relationships, Discourse and Identity Work: From Multiple Interpretation to Mutual Implication. In Kornberger, M. and Gudergan, S. (Eds.), Only Connect: Neat Words, Networks and Identities (pp. 141–152). Advances in Organization Studies Series: Copenhagen Business School Press.
  • Keenoy, T. and Oswick, C. (2005). Detecting Time in Between the Lines of Academic Discourse. In Search of Time (pp. 91–112). Palermo: ISIDA, Fabio Orlando.
  • Hardy, C., Grant, D., Oswick, C. and Putnam, L. (2004). Introduction: Organizational Discourse: Exploringthe Field. In Hardy, C., Grant, D., Oswick, C. and Putnam, L. (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Organizational Discourse (pp. 1–36). London: Sage Publications. ISBN 978-0-7619-7225-9.
  • Oswick, C. and Jones, P. (2004). Reconceptualizing Tropes in Organizational Theory and Analysis. In Gardner, C., Biberman, J. and Alkhafaji, A. (Eds.), The Business Research Yearbook (Vol 11) (pp. 840–845). IABD Press.
  • Oswick, C., Putnam, L. and Keenoy, T. (2004). Tropes, Discourse and Organizing. In Hardy, C., Grant, D., Oswick, C. and Putnam, L. (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Discourse (pp. 105–128). London: Sage Publications.
  • Oswick, C., Keenoy, T. and Jones, P. (2003). Rethinking Organizational Metaphors: Beyond (M)organ-ization Theory. In Muller, A. and Kieser, A. (Eds.), Communication in Organizations: Structures and Practices (pp. 135–148). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
  • Oswick, C., Mangham, I., Keenoy, T., Grant, D. and Anthony, P. (2003). Dramaturgy, Dialogue and Organizing: Scripting a (Theatrical) Play on Words. In Linstead, S. (Ed.), Text/Work: Representing Organization and Organizing Representation (pp. 219–230). Routledge: London.
  • Keenoy, T., Oswick, C., Anthony, P., Grant, D. and Mangham, I. (2002). Interpretive Times: The Timescapes of Decision-Making. In Whipp, R., Adam, B. and Sabelis, I. (Eds.), Making Time (pp. 182–195). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Oswick, C. and Rosenthal, P. (2001). Towards a Relevant Theory of Age Discrimination in Employment. In Noon, M. and Ogbonna, E. (Eds.), Equality, Diversity and Disadvantage in Employment (pp. 156–171). Palgrave

Journal Articles (53)

  • Oswick, C. and Grant, D. (2016). Re-Imagining Images of Organization: A Conversation With Gareth Morgan. Journal of Management Inquiry, 25(3), pp. 338–343. doi:10.1177/1056492615591854.
  • Oswick, C. (2015). Guest Editorial: Engaging With Employee Engagement in HRD Theory and Practice. Human Resource Development Review, 14(1), pp. 8–16. doi:10.1177/1534484314558743.
  • Oswick, C. (2014). A Study of Case Studies: Some Reflections and Projections on the Narrative Structuring of Management Cases. South Asian Journal of Business and Management Cases, 3(1), pp. 7–14. doi:10.1177/2277977914525293.
  • Oswick, C. and Noon, M. (2014). Discourses of diversity, equality and inclusion: Trenchant formulations or transient fashions? British Journal of Management, 25(1), pp. 23–39. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8551.2012.00830.x.
  • By, R.T., Oswick, C. and Burnes, B. (2014). Looking Back and Looking Forward: Some Reflections on Journal Developments and Trends in Organizational Change Discourse. Journal of Change Management, 14(1), pp. 1–7. doi:10.1080/14697017.2014.886871.
  • Fleming, P. and Oswick, C. (2014). Educating consent? A conversation with Noam Chomsky on the university and business school education. Organization, 21(4), pp. 568–578. doi:10.1177/1350508413514748.
  • Oswick, C. (2013). Reflections: OD or Not OD that is the Question! A Constructivist's Thoughts on the Changing Nature of Change. Journal of Change Management, 13(4), pp. 371–381. doi:10.1080/14697017.2013.776728.
  • By, R.T., Burnes, B. and Oswick, C. (2013). Creating a Leading Journal and Maintaining Academic Freedom. Journal of Change Management, 13(1), pp. 1–8. doi:10.1080/14697017.2013.768439.
  • Phillips, N. and Oswick, C. (2012). Organizational Discourse: Domains, Debates, and Directions. Academy of Management Annals, 6(1), pp. 435–481. doi:10.1080/19416520.2012.681558.
  • By, R.T., Burnes, B. and Oswick, C. (2012). Change Management: Leadership, Values and Ethics. Journal of Change Management, 12(1), pp. 1–5. doi:10.1080/14697017.2011.652371.
  • Beech, N., Kajzer-Mitchell, I., Oswick, C. and Saren, M. (2011). Barriers to change and identity work in the Swampy Lowland. Journal of Change Management, 11(3), pp. 289–304. doi:10.1080/14697017.2011.564591.
  • Oswick, C., Fleming, P. and Hanlon, G. (2011). From borrowing to blending: Rethinking the processes of organizational theory building. Academy of Management Review, 36(2), pp. 318–337.
  • By, R.T., Burnes, B. and Oswick, C. (2011). Change management: The road ahead. Journal of Change Management, 11(1), pp. 1–6. doi:10.1080/14697017.2011.548936.
  • By, R., Burnes, B. and Oswick, C. (2011). The Road Ahead. Journal of Change Management, 11, pp. 01–Jun.
  • Asimakou, T. and Oswick, C. (2010). The recontextualization of commercialization: the shifting discourse of an R&D unit. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 30(5/6), pp. 280–291. doi:10.1108/01443331011054244.
  • Oswick, C., Grant, D., Marshak, R.J. and Cox, J.W.C. (2010). Organizational discourse and change: Positions, perspectives, progress, and prospects. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 46(1), pp. 8–15. doi:10.1177/0021886309357536.
  • Grant, D. and Oswick, C. (2010). Actioning Organization Discourse to Re-Articulate Change Practice. Practising Social Change, 1(2), pp. 15–20.
  • Oswick, C. (2009). Revisioning or Re-Versioning?: A commentary on diagnostic and dialogic forms of Organization development. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 45(3), pp. 369–374. doi:10.1177/0021886309338687.
  • Oswick, C. and Hanlon, G. (2009). Discourse, academic work, and journals as commodities: A response. Management Communication Quarterly, 23(1), pp. 135–141. doi:10.1177/0893318909335421.
  • Oswick, C. and Robertson, M. (2009). Boundary Objects Reconsidered: from Bridges and Anchors to Barricades and Mazes. Journal of Change Management, 9(2), pp. 179–193. doi:10.1080/14697010902879137.
  • Oswick, C. (2009). Burgeoning workplace spirituality? A textual analysis of momentum and directions. Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion, 6(1), pp. 15–25. doi:10.1080/14766080802648615.
  • Ybema, S., Keenoy, T., Oswick, C., Beverungen, A., Ellis, N. and Sabelis, I. (2009). Articulating identities. Human Relations, 62(3), pp. 299–322. doi:10.1177/0018726708101904.
  • Oswick, C., Jones, P. and Lockwood, G. (2009). A Bibliometric and Tropological Analysis of Globalization. Journal of International Business Disciplines, 3(2), pp. 60–73.
  • Oswick, C., Harney, S. and Hanlon, G. (2008). The new securocracy and the "police concept" of public sector worker identity. International Journal of Public Administration, 31(9), pp. 1024–1036. doi:10.1080/01900690801924033.
  • Cornelissen, J.P., Oswick, C., Christensen, L.T. and Phillips, N. (2008). Metaphor in organizational research: context, modalities and implications for research - Introduction. Organization Studies, 29(1), pp. 7–22. doi:10.1177/0170840607086634.
  • Jones, P.J. and Oswick, C. (2007). Inputs and Outcomes of Outdoor Management Development: Of Design, Dogma and Dissonance. British Journal of Management, 18(4), pp. 327–341. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8551.2006.00515.x.
  • Oswick, C., Keenoy, T., Beverungen, A., Ellis, N., Sabelis, I. and Ybema, S. (2007). Discourse, practice, policy and organizing: some opening comments. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 27(11/12), pp. 429–432. doi:10.1108/01443330710835783.
  • Oswick, C. (2006). Commentary on Karl E. Weick's ‘The role of imagination in the organizing of knowledge’. European Journal of Information Systems, 15(5), pp. 457–459. doi:10.1057/palgrave.ejis.3000638.
  • Oswick, C. and Jones, P. (2006). Beyond Correspondence? Metaphor in Organization Theory. Academy of Management Review, 31(2), pp. 483–485. doi:10.5465/AMR.2006.20208694.
  • Harney, S. and Oswick, C. (2006). Regulation and freedom in global business education. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 26(3/4), pp. 97–109. doi:10.1108/01443330610657160.
  • Oswick, C., Keenoy, T., Sabelis, I. and Ybema, S. (2005). Special Issue “Emerging Scholars, Developing Perspectives, Promising Processes” Editors' Introduction. Organization Management Journal, 2(3), pp. 118–122. doi:10.1057/omj.2005.22.
  • Oswick, C., Grant, D., Michelson, G. and Wailes, N. (2005). Looking forwards: discursive directions in organizational change. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 18(4), pp. 383–390. doi:10.1108/09534810510607074.
  • Hardy, C., Grant, D., Oswick, C. and Putnam, L. (2005). Book Review: Diss-ing Discourse? A Response. Organization Studies, 26(5), pp. 799–804. doi:10.1177/017084060502600508.
  • Grant, D., Michelson, G., Oswick, C. and Wailes, N. (2005). Guest editorial: discourse and organizational change. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 18(1), pp. 6–15. doi:10.1108/09534810510579814.
  • Oswick, C., Robertson, M. and Jones, P. (2005). From Brands to Personal Branding: The Manufacture of Faux Management Identities. Tamara: Journal of Critical Postmodern Organizational Science, 5(5), pp. 1–14.
  • Sabelis, I., Keenoy, T., Oswick, C. and Ybema, S. (2005). Introduction to Time and Discourse: Time, text and tuning. Time and Society, 14(2-3), pp. 261–264. doi:10.1177/0961463X05055194.
  • Oswick , C. and Richards †, D. (2004). Talk in organizations: local conversations, wider perspectives. Culture and Organization, 10(2), pp. 107–123. doi:10.1080/14759550420002533404.
  • Boje, D., Oswick, C. and Ford, J. (2004). Language and Organization: The Doing of Discourse. Academy of Management Review, 29(4), pp. 571–577. doi:10.5465/AMR.2004.14497609.
  • Keenoy, T. and Oswick, C. (2004). Organizing Textscapes. Organization Studies, 25(1), pp. 135–142. doi:10.1177/0170840604038184.
  • Oswick, C. (2004). Bridges, barricades and sandcastles. Ephemera: Critical Dialogues on Organization, 4(1), pp. 66–75.
  • Oswick, C., Keenoy, T. and Grant, D. (2003). More on Metaphor: Revisiting Analogical Reasoning in Organization Theory. Academy of Management Review, 28(1), pp. 10–12. doi:10.5465/AMR.2003.57140763.
  • Keenoy, T., Oswick, C. and Grant, D. (2003). The Edge of Metaphor. Academy of Management Review, 28(2), pp. 191–193. doi:10.5465/AMR.2003.9415981.
  • Oswick, C., Keenoy, T. and Grant, D. (2002). METAPHOR AND ANALOGICAL REASONING IN ORGANIZATION THEORY: BEYOND ORTHODOXY. Academy of Management Review, 27(2), pp. 294–303. doi:10.5465/AMR.2002.6588045.
  • Keenoy, T. and Oswick, C. (2002). Discourse, Organising and Identity: Some Theoretical and Methodological Implications. Management Research News, 25(8-10), pp. 104–106.
  • Oswick, C. and Keenoy, T. (2001). Cinematic Re-Presentations of Las Vegas: Reality, Fiction and Compulsive Consumption. M@n@gement, 4(3), pp. 217–217. doi:10.3917/mana.043.0217.
  • Oswick, C., Keenoy, T. and Grant, D. (2001). Dramatizing and Organizing: Acting and Being. Journal of Organisational Change Management, 14(3), pp. 218–224.
  • Oswick, C. (2001). Etymology of Corporate Predatorship: A Critical Commentary. Tamara: Journal of Critical Postmodern Organizational Science, 1(2), pp. 21–24.
  • Grant, D., Keenoy, T. and Oswick, C. (2001). Organizational Discourse: Key Contributions and Challenges. International Studies in Management and Organization, 31(3), pp. May–24.
  • Oswick, C., Anthony, P., Keenoy, T., Mangham, I.L. and Grant, D. (2000). A Dialogic Analysis of Organizational Learning. Journal of Management Studies, 37(6), pp. 887–902. doi:10.1111/1467-6486.00209.
  • Oswick, C., Keenoy, T.W. and Grant, D. (2000). Discourse, Organizations and Organizing: Concepts, Objects and Subjects. Human Relations, 53(9), pp. 1115–1123. doi:10.1177/0018726700539001.
  • Marshak, R.J., Keenoy, T., Oswick, C. and Grant, D. (2000). From Outer Words to Inner Worlds. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 36(2), pp. 245–258. doi:10.1177/0021886300362008.
  • Keenoy, T., Mars, R.J., Oswick, C. and Grant, D. (2000). The Discourses of Organizing. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 36(2), pp. 133–135. doi:10.1177/0021886300362001.
  • Oswick, C. and Barber, P. (1998). Personality type and performance in an introductory level accounting course : a research note. Accounting Education, 7(3), pp. 249–254.

Editorial Activities (8)

  • Human Relations, Member of Editorial Board, 2012 – present.
  • Journal of Change Management, Associate Editor, 2011 – present.
  • Journal of Management Studies, Member of Editorial Board, 2008 – 2013.
  • Organization Studies, Member of Editorial Board, 2007 – present.
  • Management Communication Quarterly, Member of Editorial Board, 2007 – present.
  • Group and Organization Management, Member of Editorial Board, 2003 – present.
  • Journal of Organizational Change Management, Associate Editor, 2002 – present.
  • Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Member of Editorial Board, 2001 – present.

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