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Jean Kellie

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Women in leadership : an empirical study of barriers to women’s participation at senior management positions in Nigerian banks (2022)
Thesis
Ademola-Thomas, A. S. (2022). Women in leadership : an empirical study of barriers to women’s participation at senior management positions in Nigerian banks. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4224553

Globally, women have advanced in education, professional certification and skills and have become more visible in the workspace. Women have registered their presence significantly at lower to middle management; however, they have continued to be unde... Read More about Women in leadership : an empirical study of barriers to women’s participation at senior management positions in Nigerian banks.

Understanding power in relation to voice and silence on patient safety among surgical professionals in Ghanaian teaching hospitals (2020)
Thesis
Mawuena, E. K. (2020). Understanding power in relation to voice and silence on patient safety among surgical professionals in Ghanaian teaching hospitals. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4222924

Employee voice is essential in positive work outcomes and harm prevention. However, there is a dearth of research on how power influences voice and silence in organisations (e.g Morrison et al., 2015). This study aims at understanding the implication... Read More about Understanding power in relation to voice and silence on patient safety among surgical professionals in Ghanaian teaching hospitals.

An analysis of the influence of environment, process and factors in organisational learning : a qualitative study of a firm in the Middle East (2020)
Thesis
Al Kalbani, S. N. K. (2020). An analysis of the influence of environment, process and factors in organisational learning : a qualitative study of a firm in the Middle East. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4222589

This thesis explores the operation of organisational learning (OL) in the Middle Eastern context in order to provide a deep understanding of the significance of a supportive environment, a productive learning process and appropriate workplace conditi... Read More about An analysis of the influence of environment, process and factors in organisational learning : a qualitative study of a firm in the Middle East.

In-company management education and management development : an arena of contestation? : stakeholder perspectives in accredited in-company programmes (2012)
Thesis
Kellie, J. (2012). In-company management education and management development : an arena of contestation? : stakeholder perspectives in accredited in-company programmes. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4214581

This thesis explores the phenomenon of credentialed in-company management development programmes leading to management education postgraduate awards. The empirical site of the research is four case study organizations each of which had partnership ar... Read More about In-company management education and management development : an arena of contestation? : stakeholder perspectives in accredited in-company programmes.

Leadership through action learning: a bottom-up approach to ‘best practice’ in ‘infection prevention and control’ in a UK NHS trust (2012)
Journal Article
Kellie, J., Milsom, B., & Henderson, E. (2012). Leadership through action learning: a bottom-up approach to ‘best practice’ in ‘infection prevention and control’ in a UK NHS trust. Public money & management, 32(4), 289-296. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540962.2012.691308

This article reports on the outcomes of an action learning leadership intervention in a National Health Service (NHS) acute trust in partnership with a UK business school. This contribution provides an empirical example of the potential benefits of n... Read More about Leadership through action learning: a bottom-up approach to ‘best practice’ in ‘infection prevention and control’ in a UK NHS trust.