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Organisations & People: Authors from 1994 to 2008: Index
Issues 1.1 to 1.4 (1994)
Authors
Acker, Bill. Looking at change management from the inside. 1.2
Banfield, Paul. Strategic human resource development: the Robert Bosch approach. 1.1
Benson, Roger. Mapping the learning landscape. 1.4
Brown, Reva Berman. Abraham Maslow and self-actualisation. 1.1
Coldicott, Tim. Chief executive styles for the 1990s. 1.2
Cumber, Bob. One MD's vision of a learning company. 1.1
Cunningham, Ian. Against team building. 1.1
Davies, Gary & Leigh, Andrew. Seeds of success. 1.4
Dyer-Smith, Martin. Elliot Jacques: a visionary theorist. 1.2
Fletcher, Barry. Developing while delivering. 1.2
Fletcher, Barry. Widening your support network - who supports the supporter ?. 1.3
Forster, Annette & Iles, Paul. Collaborative development centres and the management of change.
1.3
Freeman, Clare. Mentoring is for personal growth. 1.4
Gibbs, Bob & Humble, Brian. Learning at McVitie's. 1.2
Goodge, Peter. Development centres for the 90s - 3rd generation design. 1.3
Guptara, Prabhu. Roy Williams, Chairperson of AMED & BP's Head of Group Learning. 1.4
Haigh, Jonathan. 'All the world's a stage.' - acting techniques in communication skills. 1.2
Hall, Ian. 'It takes two to tango' - collaborative working amongst developers. 1.1
Honey, Peter. Establishing a learning regime. 1.1
Jackson, R.P. Development through assessment centres. 1.3
Jackson, Stella. Learning to learn in Lewisham. 1.4
Jones, Peter. Which lever do I pull now? The role of emergent planning. 1.1
Kemp, Barry. Cathie Storrie, Network Manager, TVEI Project. 1.1
Large, Martin. Lighting fires or filling buckets ?. 1.4
Lawrence, Peter. Towards a characterisation of British management'. 1.3
Leith, Martin. Open Space technology - an innovative way to manage meetings. 1.1
Lupton, Tom. Metalingua - a new language of management. 1.4
Lustig, Tricia. Performance development in Nepal. 1.2
Mars, Alan. Preparing your voice and body. 1.4
Mce. Business leadership - results of an MCE survey. 1.3
Mckergow, Mark. What's systemic thinking got to do with anything?. 1.1
Pemberton, Carole & Herriot, Peter. Home on the range: career development on the managerial
plateau. 1.1
Radcliffe, Rodney. Dealing with obstacles to career development. 1.2
Rooke, David & Jones, Michael. Empowerment - lessons from Northern Telecom. 1.3
Sadler, Philip. Welcome to O & P. 1.1
Seear, Baroness. Welcome to O & P. 1.1
Taylor, Carole. Robert Fritz and organisational structure. 1.4
Whitaker, Vivien. Maggie Stubbs, Primary Care Manager. 1.1
Whitaker, Vivien. Liz Cross, Training & staff services manager. 1.2

Issues 2.1 to 2.4 (1995)
Authors
Acker, Bill. How to be innovative without giving away the bank - Baring. 2.3
Baker, Alison. Role of a professional body in management development - from exclusion to
empowerment. 2.2
Brian, John. response to Culture change & trainers O&P 1 (4). 2.2
Brooks, Ian. Scania, Angers: an intercultural case. 2.4
Brown, Reva Berman. In search of a satisfactory sufficiency-origins of Simon's satisficing. 2.2
Churchill, Sue. Investing in people USA style. 2.4
Clarkson, Petruska & Kellner, Kamil. Danger, confusion, conflict & deficit: a framework for
prioritising organisational interventions. 2.4
Clutterbuck, David. Questions about mentoring - resp to Clare Freeman O&P 1 (4). 2.2
Cole, John. The 'Clydebank' collective of consultants. 2.2
Duncanson, Alison. Understanding the link between personality & work behaviour. 2.2
Easterby-Smith, Mark. Design of self-managed learning: some choices & dilemmas. 2.3
Fletcher, Barry. Encouraging learners to volunteer. 2.2
Guptara, Prabhu. Editorial. 2.1
Hinton, Ian. The making of managers - a reflection. 2.2
Hopwood, R.H.J. What's in a name ?. 2.1
Hunter, Ann. Management power for the millenium. 2.4
Hunting, Paul. A £million in a bag just for you: perfect freedom is perfect discipline. 2.1
Hutchinson, Colin. Renewal agenda-sustainable development for organisations. 2.2
Kramer, Charles. Personnel services in a new attire ?. 2.1
Lawrence, Derek & Yartlett, Peter. Helping people change roles. 2.1
Lickfold, Gordon & Hinton, Ian. The 'Clyde' classification of consultants. 2.1
Lustig, Patricia. What is action learning ?. 2.2
Macnamara, Tom. Editorial. 2.4
Macnamara, Tom. The Well-behaved business (David Murray interviewed). 2.3
Marsden, Edmund. Reaction to first three issues. 2.1
Mayo, Andrew. Pain and gain of devolution and empowerment, The. 2.4
Megginson, David. Why am I here ?. 2.1
Merlin. View from the cave. 2.1
Merlin. View from the cave. 2.3
Merlin. View from the cave. 2.4
Mockler, Robert, Et Al. Emerging business education: programmes in China. 2.4
Murray, David. Editorial. 2.2
Palmer, Eddie. Open space technology revisited: an eastern perspective. 2.3
Parkinson, Robert. Belbin's team-role model: a silk purse from a sow's ear ?. 2.1
Pay, Peter. Turning survivors into winners. 2.1
Simpson, Peter, Et Al. Organisation culture change in Mid Devon District Council. 2.3
Smith, Bart. Not in front of the children-'involvement' in managing change. 2.2
Sokolov, Ivan. Taking M Scott Peck's community buiding into organisations. 2.3
Tate, William. Deeper than the quick fix: what a performance !. 2.3
Vince, Russ. Working with emotions in the change process: using drawings for team diagnosis.
2.1
Weinstein, Krystyna. Editorial. 2.3

Issues 3.1 to 3.4 (1996)
Authors
Atkins, Linklater, & Kellner. Consulting from the psychoanalytic perspective. 3.3
Bal, Sukhwant. Self development: the role of HR professionals in making IT work. 3.1
Bonney, John. High performance teams: lessons from the cockpit. 3.4
Bourner, Tom. What can be learned using action learning?. 3.4
Cunningham, Ian. Extending knowledge in management development - case for self-managed
learning(re Easterby-Smith). 3.2
Easterby-Smith, Mark. Rejoinder to Ian Cunningham's critique. 3.2
Estienne, Marion. The Hermann brain dominance inventory and development goals. 3.4
Grant, Pauline. Supporting transition. 3.4
Hall, Dr Laura & Holman, David. A competent experience?. 3.1
Hutchinson, Colin. Toward sustainability: transformation from within. 3.2
Jones, Peter & Bell, David. Responsibilities and rights at work. 3.2
Jones, Peter & Saunders, I. On becoming a learning community. 3.3
Jones, Peter Lewis. Managing change equals personal change. 3.1
Jones, Trevor & Gibbs, Bob. Changing approaches to management: from coercion to codetermination.
3.1
Kidder, Rushworth M. Reaching for what's right. 3.2
Lethbridge, David. Joan Woodward - the foundation for contingency theory. 3.1
Lieberman, Sue. When men and women meet. 3.3
Mahoney, Jack. Balancing good and bad effects. 3.2
Marsden, Chris. Competitiveness and corporate social responsibility. 3.2
Mcgill, Madeline. A conversation with Enid Mumford. 3.2
Murray, David. Handling ethical dilemmas. 3.2
Nixon, Bruce. Real time management development. 3.4
Pay, Peter. The coaching dilemma. 3.2
Peckham, M & Roome, H. Culture change at McVitie's (in 2 parts). 3.3
Rogerson, Simon. Preparing to handle dilemmas in the computing profession. 3.2
Ryan, Mark. Customised management: walk your own path. 3.3
Smith, P & Levenson, S. Business simulations are not just for finance. 3.3
Tate, William. Development - on or off the rails?. 3.4
Trim, Dr Peter. Factors to consider when formulating an acquisition strategy. 3.4
Webley, Simon. An interfaith code for international. 3.2
Whitaker, Vivien. The rhythms of organisational life. 3.1

Issues 4.1 to 4.4 (1997)
Authors
Adams, Kenneth. Business and the values of our society. 4.1
Brooks, Ian. Creating sustained competitive advantage through seamless value system. 4.3
Chevalier, Francoise. Briefings for expatriates & organisational myopia. 4.2
Coleman. Coaching for senior management development. 4.3
Cook, Peter. The Learning organisation - rhetoric or reality ?. 4.1
Edwards, Vince. Developing Hungarian Managers. 4.2
Falkenberg, J And Hassan, Ida. Controlling the interface in a global service organisation. 4.2
Hall, Ian. Reducing the pain of change by understanding expectations. 4.1
Huffington, Clare. Stress at work.. 4.3
Leigh, Andrew. Management development in practice. 4.1
Perrin, Lew. Metaphores in organisations. 4.3
Ragg, C And Mcintyre, John. The seeing and thinking organisation. 4.1
Rooke, David. Organisation transformation. 4.3
Simcox, Julian. Deming: a role model for proactivity and metanoia. 4.1
Spinola, Roland. Brain Dominance (reply1). 4.3
Standish, Simon. Steps in project management - learning from experiences. 4.2
Voss, C & Blackman, K. Transfer and transferability of Jap manufacturing practices to the west.
4.2
Manning, Tony. Using Team Role Theory in Management Development. 4:4 p6
Barber, Ian & Bristow, John, Changing Times, Changing Paradigms. 4:4 p11
Gamblin, Chris. Why the Paradigm Shift Approach Rarely Works: in Search of the Magic Bullet.
4:4 p18
Lewer, Philip. A Challenge to Managers as Developers. 4:4 p21
Saunders, Ian, The Wagon Train. 4:4 p23
Gaines, David. Mentoring – Implications and Enhamcements of the TRL Scheme. 4:4 p26
Sellers, John. Brain Dominance & IT Change in Practice. 4:4 p30
Goodge, Peter, Alternatives to the Centre – New Ways of Developing & Deploying Individuals,
4:4 p40

Issues 5.1 to 5.4 (1998)
Authors
Acker, Bill et al. Psychometric Testing - Questions Answered. 5:3 p12
Alan Mumford. Choosing Development Methods. 5:2 p32
Atkinson & Meldrum. Don't Waste Money on Management Development. 5:4 p4
Belgrave, Bridget. Communication that Simply Works. 5:3 p27
Davis, John. Corporate Responsibility and the Environment. 5:1 p19
Foster, Marie-Claude. Envy at Work. 5:2 p4
Garratt, Bob. Changing Values in Corporate Governance. 5:3 p4
Goldberg, Marilee. Spirit and Discipline of Organisational Inquiry. 5:4 p19
Helps Vanessa. Pain and Loss in Organisations. 5:2 p23
Huffington, Clare. Feng Shui and Organisational Consultancy. 5:2 p9
Julie Hay. Mentoring: Traditional vs Developmental. 5:3 p22
Kerrell, Malcolm. Career Success and the Alice Principle. 5:1 p32
Kirk, Phil, et al. Learning Community Development. 5:2 p14
Lustig, Tricia. Global Business - Experiences of a Virtual Conference. 5:1 p22
Lutaaya, Ronald. Managing African Democacy (Soapbox). 5:3 p43
MacDonald, Gael. Stimulating an Ethical Climate in Organisations. 5:1 p25
Macnamara, Tom. Creativity Workshop - Oodles of Ideas. 5:4 p25
McAra, David. Golden Oldies. 5:2 p26
McHale, Jo. Spicing up your vision. 5:3 p51
Murray, David. Seven Development Themes for the 21st Century. 5:1 p 4
Naftalin & Rigby. Growing Pains of Becoming Entrepreneurial. 5:4 p11
Orridge, Martin. Strategic Training Initiative Process. 5:3 p40
Smart, Roger. The Evaluation Void. 5:3 p17
Smith, Diane. From the Task Triangle to the Knowledge Network. 5:3 p33

Issues 6.1 to 6.4 (1999)
Authors
Ballman, Paul. How to Attract and Retain Top Talent. 6:2 p2.
Barrie, Carol et al. Personal Development in Action. 6:4 p19.
Belgrave, Bridget. NVC - the Key Ingredients. 6:1 p29.
Bell, Mike. Wisdom Council: Self Organising Systems Tool. 6:1 p23.
Blakeley, Karen. Decision Style, Stress and Managing Change. 6:2 p13.
Brunning, Halina. Merger as Emigration. 6:4 p38.
Butcher & Atkinson. Can we Trust managers to Collaborate?. 6:2 p9.
Cameron & Green. Mentoring Through Change. 6:3 p10.
Clutterbuck, David. Raising the Ante on Team Learning. 6:4 p2.
Emerson, Tony et al. ALS Support for GP Projects. 6:3 p17.
Guy, Vincent. Damned Truths and Statistics. 6:4 p9.
Hammond, Val. Managing Organisations in Complex Environments. 6:2 p33.
Hazell, David. Nominal Group Technique. 6:3 p35.
Honey, Peter. Declaration on Learning (Soapbox). 6:1 p39.
Levin & Fichet. Enhancing Business Success through Individual Development. 6:1 p16.
Matzdorf & Ramage. Out of the Box - Into the Future. 6:3 p29.
Mavin, Sharon. 360 Degree Feedback: Is it Right for Us?. 6:4 p25.
Murray, Theresa. Power of Stories. 6:4 p32.
Parsons, Elizabeth. Chaos at the OU - a Case Study. 6:2 p26.
Perren, Lew. Poems from the Front Line. 6:1 p10.
Smith, Diane. Boundary Spanning. 6:3 p24.
Stothart, Catherine. Expatriates - What helps Them Adapt?. 6:2 p19.
Thompson, Mary. Woman to Woman: Mentoring Senior Women. 6:4 p16.
Tierney, Colin. An Organisational Culture Change. 6:1 p2.
Wright, Nick. Dialectics at Work: Relational Dynamics & Development. 6:3 p2.

Issues 7.1 to 7.4 (2000)
Authors
Brent & Matheny. Self-reflection: personal and leadership development. 7:4 p2
Clutterbuck, D. Ten Core mentor Competencies. 7:4 p29
Cunningham & Gimson. Effective Personalisation of Learning. 7:3 p9
Davidson, s. Walking the High Wire. 7:4 p25
Dyke, Christine et al. Why High EQ Matters or Consultants & Developers. 7:1 p29
Eaton, John. Coaching Stories. 7:1 p24
Funes, Mariana. Self Development: Chef, Snake, and Cockroach. 7:2 p24
Gaines & Bicker. Freedom within a Framework. 7:3 p31
Guinness, H & Lustig, T. Guild of Leadersmiths. 7:4 p35
Holden, Philip. Ethics Pays. 7:3 p17
Knight, J at el. Developing High Potential Managers in International Business. 7:1 p16
Linklater, J & Kellner, K. Anxiety and Action Learning. 7:4 p11
Morley, Simon. Complexity, History and Management. 7:2 p10
Noer, David. Three Derailment factors in Coaching Relationships. 7:2 p28
Norman, T & Campbell, E. Lowering the Drawbridge: Moving from Simplicity to Complexity. 7:4
p19
Seel, Richard. Culture and Complexity. 7:2 p2
Smith & Day. Strategic Planning as Action Learning. 7:1 p7
Tenner, Ioan. Strategy of Surprise. 7:2 p16
Thomas, Tim. Sculpture. 7:3 p24
Trim, Peter. Strategic Framework for Personal & Professional Development. 7:2 p32
Wright, Nick. An Uneasy Alliance. 7:3 p2
Wright, Nick. New Year's Resolutions for a New Millennium. 7:1 p2

Issues 8.1 to 8.4 (2001)
Authors
Alred, G & Garvey, B. Learning to Produce Knowledge - Contribution of Mentoring. 8:2 p17
Baskin, K & Sigmond, R. Notes on a Complexity Primer for Practical Managers. 8:1 p18
Bhatta, Gambhir. Organisational Competence and the Boiling Frog Syndrome. 8:3 p11
Bodle, Rachel. Mobilising Tacit Knowledge. 8:3 p2
Bunzl, John. Competition: is it all it's cracked up to be?. 8:2 p30
Davidson, Sol. Case for Coaching and mentoring Senior Execs during Rapid Change. 8:4 p9
Douglas, Elaine. Creating a Dysfunctional Organisation. 8:2 p11
Gamblin, Chris. What Have Values Got to do with Marketing. 8:2 p36
Goyder, Mark. Whatever happened to HR?. 8:1 p2
Harkema, Saskia. Mastering the Innovation Process through Complexity. 8:2 p2
Hutton, Christopher. Team Building is not Enough. 8:1 p9
Jackson, P & McKergow, M. Harry Enfield, Hamlet and the Solutions Focus. 8:1 p26
Jay, Mike. Distinguishing Coaching Practice Areas. 8:4 p19
Kader, Mohamad. Change Management in Merger Focused Companies. 8:4 p26
Lee, Graham. Relationship Dimension in Management Development. 8:3 p32
Llewellyn West, Clare. Career Dynamic. 8:1 p38
Mai, L & Harkness, J. Getting it Right. 8:1 p32
Martin, Joyce. Stealing Success with More Intelligent Gangs. 8:3 p24
McCann, Jane. Six Years of Leadership Learning. 8:4 p36
Pay, Peter. We Learn Like We Eat. 8:4 p32
Randall, Geoffrey. Impact of Culture and Leadership on Sainsbury and Marks & Spencer. 8:4 p2
Salter, Meg. Living with Complexity: Lessons from Open Space. 8:3 p17
Taggart, J. Integrating Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning. 8:2 p25
Tierney, Colin. Telling Tales at Work. 8:4 p14

Issues 9.1 to 9.4 (2002)
Authors
Allan, Julie, et al. Storytelling in Organisations. 9:2 p3
Barber, Paul. Coaching & Consulting: a Dialogue with Holism and the Soul. 9:1 p2
Barrett, Roger. Mentor Supervision & Development. 9:2 p25
Birkin, Malcolm. International Management and the Lessons of Management Failures. 9:2 p18
Birkin, Malcolm. Creating High Commitment While Going for Growth. 9:3 p28
Birkin, Malcolm. International Management Systems: the best of Global Management. 9:1 p9
Boston, D & Carter, M. Action Learning for Clinical Governance. 9:1 p22
Cumming, Jo. Picture Power. 9:3 p35
English, David. Inner Leadership. 9:4 p9
English, Peter. A Slice of Reality: Front-end Experience. 9:1. p17
Goold, & Campbell,. Fit-For-Purpose Organisations. 9:3 p12
Hay, Julie. Metaphors and Paradigms: whose map of the world?. 9:4 p2
Hood, Penny. Motivation and Movement. 9:1 p28
Kadrer, M. CEO Induced Organisational Change and Subsequent Improvement in Company
Performance. 9:4 p17
Lindsay, P & Cumpstey, P. Is E-Learning Built to Last?. 9:4p39
McNamee, Sheila. Appreciative Inquiry: Social Construction in Practice. 9:2 p35
Nixon, Bruce. Power and Instability of Global Financial Markets. 9:4 p34
Richardson, Julie. Checking the Pulse: how healthy is your organisation. 9:4 p22
Sedgmore, Lynne. Learning Excellence: towards a learning skilled age. 9:3 p2
Tietze, S & Musson, G. Working from Home and Managing Guilt. 9:1 p34
Warren & Headlam-Wells. Mentoring Women Entrepreneurs: a better approach. 9:2 p11
Willcock, David. Leading Redundancies and Closures -the biggest challenge. 9:3 p22

Issues 9.1 to 9.4 (2002)
Authors
Allan, Julie, et al. Storytelling in Organisations. 9:2 p3
Barber, Paul. Coaching & Consulting: a Dialogue with Holism and the Soul. 9:1 p2
Barrett, Roger. Mentor Supervision & Development. 9:2 p25
Birkin, Malcolm. International Management and the Lessons of Management Failures. 9:2 p18
Birkin, Malcolm. Creating High Commitment While Going for Growth. 9:3 p28
Birkin, Malcolm. International Management Systems: the best of Global Management. 9:1 p9
Boston, D & Carter, M. Action Learning for Clinical Governance. 9:1 p22
Cumming, Jo. Picture Power. 9:3 p35
English, David. Inner Leadership. 9:4 p9
English, Peter. A Slice of Reality: Front-end Experience. 9:1. p17
Goold, & Campbell,. Fit-For-Purpose Organisations. 9:3 p12
Hay, Julie. Metaphors and Paradigms: whose map of the world?. 9:4 p2
Hood, Penny. Motivation and Movement. 9:1 p28
Kadrer, M. CEO Induced Organisational Change and Subsequent Improvement in Company
Performance. 9:4 p17
Lindsay, P & Cumpstey, P. Is E-Learning Built to Last?. 9:4p39
McNamee, Sheila. Appreciative Inquiry: Social Construction in Practice. 9:2 p35
Nixon, Bruce. Power and Instability of Global Financial Markets. 9:4 p34
Richardson, Julie. Checking the Pulse: how healthy is your organisation. 9:4 p22
Sedgmore, Lynne. Learning Excellence: towards a learning skilled age. 9:3 p2
Tietze, S & Musson, G. Working from Home and Managing Guilt. 9:1 p34
Warren & Headlam-Wells. Mentoring Women Entrepreneurs: a better approach. 9:2 p11
Willcock, David. Leading Redundancies and Closures -the biggest challenge. 9:3 p22

Issues 10.1 to 10.4 (2003)
Authors
Abbotson, Sue, & Lustig, Tricia. Organisational Constellations Meet Appreciative Inquiry. 10:4
p41
Brockbank, Anne; McGill, Ian; & Beech, Nic. Reflective Learning. 10:2 p28
Brunning, Halina & Bellamy, Nick. Art of Transformation. 10:2 p 37
Brunning, Halina. Organisational Merger-a dance of constructive and destructive elements. 10:1
p2
Cauffman, Louis. Dancing the Solution Focused Shuffle! 10:4 p6
Deering, Anne; Dilts, Robert; & Russell, Julian. Alpha Leadership. 10:2 p12
Guptara, Prabhu. E-Surveys: The pitfalls. 10:3 p19
Harkeme, S.J.M. & Browaeys, M.J. Innovation and Culture Revisited: a conceptual approach
based on complexity theory. 10:1 p9
Henden, John. Team Remotivation. 10:4 p12
Holmes, Andrew. Cultural Intelligence for Consultants. 10:2 p20
Hood, Penelope J. Effective Partnerships: Meeting Emotional Needs. 10:3 p29
Hughes, Jill. HR Transformation. 10:3 p14
Jackson, Paul Z. How to Improve Your Tennis, Your Management Skills and Your Organisation's
Results. 10:4 p69
Jones, Ken. The Use Of Games In Reflective Learning. 10:1 p17
Lueger, Gunter. Solution Focused Rating: New Ways in Performance Appraisal. 10:4 p34
Lustig, Patricia; Giles, Roge;r & Lang, Jill. Scenario Planning for Competitive Advantage. 10:3 p8
Margerison, Charles. Memories of Reg Revans. 10:3 p2
McKergow, Mark. Positive Approaches to Organisations and People. 10:4 p2
Mortensen, Jim. Solution Focused Strategic Planning. 10:4 p49
Norman, Harry: with Pidsley, Tim & Hjerth, Michael. Solution Focused Reflecting Teams in
Action. 10:4 p27
Page, Tony. Voice Arising. 10:2 p2
Roehrig, Peter. Solution Focused Feedback in Management Development. 10:4 p63
Schlundt Bodien, Gwenda & Visser, Coert. Making Competency Management Work: Use what is
there. 10:4 p58
Szabo, Peter. Scaling - 10 Minutes for Performance and Learning. 10:4 p19
Taylor, Linda. Reyond The Paramedic And Into Managemnt. 10:1 p23
Weldon, Bill. Beyond Money and Power - what is there? 10:1, p28
Wilson, Philip J., & Chesterman, Danny K. Schools of Leadership. 10:3 p23
Wright, Nick. The Human Dimension. 10:1 p33

Issues 11.1 to 11.4 (2004)
Authors
Bond, Peter, Communities of Practice and Complexity, 11:4 p21
Bradon, Tessa & Hughes, Jacky. Coaching Stressed Leaders towards Resourcefulness. 11:2 p22
Bryan, John. Restoring Trust. 11:1 p33
Chesterman, Danny. Leadership in the Wilderness. 11:2 p9
Cunningham, Ian. Work-based Learning & the Role of Developers. 11:3 p2
Derkson, M. Performance Excellence Through Strategic Cultural Change. 11:1 p18
Green, Soleira. Quantum Intelligence: the Evolution of Intelligence, 11:3 p27
Harbour, Edward, Leading in the Muddy Waters, 11:4 p8
Hood, Penelope Emotional Intelligence, Creativity & Innovation. 11:3 p33
Johnson, R. Coaching and Mentoring: 'Aha' Moments. 11:1 p26
Johnson, Roy. Coaching and Leadership. 11:2 p16
Kapolka, Gabor, Creativity in the Marketplace. 11.4 p14
Maurer, Robert, Myth Understandings about Corporate Change. 11:4 p28
McKenna, Catherine & Daykin, Joanne. Planning a Successful Consulting Company. 11:3 p38
McLeod, Angus. Coaching: the Under Five’s Metaphor and Authenticity. 11:2 p30
Morton, Clive. Creating Sustainable Organisations through People. 11.1 p2
Muna, Farid. Cultivating HR: the Leader as Gardener, 11:3 p18
Napper, Rosemary & Keane, Dee. What’s in a Name? 11:4 p34
Pedler, Mike. Leadership: A Collaborative Practice. 11:2 p2
Smith, P.A.C., & McLaughlin, M. Knowledge Management: Getting the People Factors Right. 11:1
p10
Uehlinger, Christa. Don’t Forget the Employees. 11:4 p2
von Sommaruga Howard, Teresa. Dilemmas & Dialogue in Organsational Settings. 11:3 p10

Issues 12.1 to 12.4 (2005)
Authors
Barber, Paul. The Shadowside of Leadership, 12:1 p97
Blakeley, Karen. Leadership Values, Learning & Blind Spots, 12:1 p34
Bryan, John. Three Tier Management: a Structure for Trusted Managerial Leadership. 12:1 p66
Bryan, John. Values & Trust in Managerial Leaders, 12:3 p24
Burgoyne, John & Pedler, Mike. Valuing Leadership Development: a Practices & Challenge
Approach. 12:1 p43
Crawford, Pauline. Wellness, the Key to Healthy High Performance. 12:1 p84
de Haan, Erik, Re-Floating Stranded Organisations. 12:4 p30
Devries, B.I., Mikk, B.K. & Saphiere, D.H. Leveraging the Power in Diverse Communication
Styles, 12:4 p24
Elash, Daniel. Developing an Authentic Planning Process, 12:1 p59
Firth, Susan. Harnessing the Stress of Change, 12:3 p33
Gillie, Marion, What Would You Do . . . ? 12:2 p33
Goldie, Shelagh. Use and Value of Restorative Justice. 12:4 p18
Harvard Davies, Stephen. 40% of Executives Fail in a New Job. 12:2 p11
Johnson, Ben. Invisible Empowerment? No Thanks! 12:4 p39
Keegan, Sheila. Qualitative Research: the Hidden Persuader? 12:4 p11
Kenton, Barbara, Resilience & Stability – Key Criteria for HR & OD Practitioners. 12:3 p16
le Lean, Tim. Learning from Leaders, 12:1 p91
Lee, Sallie & Shafer, Joan. Building a Values-Driven Organisation. 12:1 p76
Lim, Veronica, Unleash Your Natural Leader, 12:2 p24
Nixon, Bruce. Leadership Values are at the Root of the Global Crisis. 12:1 p7
Noble, John. Servant Leadership, 12:1 p22
Peckham, Mike. Developing Managers & Leaders. 12:2 p18
Robertson, Chris. Working with Emergent Change in Organisations. 12:4 p2
Salter, Meg, Managing Risk: What’s Different about Uncertainty? 12:2 p2
Sampath, J.M. & Sampath, Kalpana. Building a High-Vision, High-Values Leadership & Business
Culture, 12:1 p52
Trotman, John & Melkman, Alan. Understanding Training Commitment, 12:3 p2
van Gennep, Justin. Corporate Culture & Leadership, 12:3 p10
Wheatley, Meg. The True Professional, 12:1 p31
Wright, Nick. Credibility Gap. 12:1 p15
Yates, Mick. Values in Action. 12:1 p3

Issues 13.1 to 13.4 (2006)
Authors
Atwell, Linda & Wignall, Gill. Leadership and its Impact on Knowledge Management, 13:1 p37
Boers, Eric. Socrates Meets Freud, 13:2 p34
Bond, Peter. Emotioning, Foundational Knowledge & Enterprise Creation, 13:1 p42
Goffee, Rob & Jones, Gareth. Be Yourself—More—with Skill, 13:2 p2
Grewal Sindy, Making Knowledge Sharing the Norm—a case Study from the Financial
Ombudsman Service, 13:1 p70
Haynes, Tim. Authentic Consulting: Living with the Complexities of a Relational Practice, 13:2 p9
Higgs, Malcolm & Rowland, Deborah, Leadership, Change & Learning. 13:1 p23
Lawley, Deborah & Minogue-White, Lisa. Knowledge Communities the Story at Orange, 13:1 p78
McKenzie, Jane & Potter, Richard. Enabling Conditions for Virtual Tacit Knowledge Exchange,
13:1 p94
McKenzie, Jane & van Winkelen, Christine, Exploring E-Collaboration Space, 13:1 p93
McKenzie, Jane, Managing Knowledge in Collaborative Partnerships, 13:1 p56
McKenzie, Jane, Truch, Anna & van Winkelen, Christine, Winning Commitment for Knowledge
Management Initiatives. 13:1 p96
Parcell, Geoff, Giving Voice to Experience: Enabling Global Collaboration, 13:1 p86
Payne, Judy, Characteristics of Effective Knowledge Management. 13:1 p30
Potter, Richard, Knowledge Management—Why Should I Bother? 13:1 p10
Tovstiga, George & Birchall, David W., Knowledge management in the Innovative Process:
Innovation as a Dynamic Capability. 13:1 p49
Van Den Berge, Adrie, Koch, Erica & Swaan, Nico. Thinking about Influence. 13:2 p26
van Winkelen, Christine & McKenzie, Jane. Human Face of Knowledge Management, The. 13:1
p4
van Winkelen, Christine. Putting Care at the Heart of Knowledge Management, 13:1 p15
Wilson, Philip & Chesterman, Danny. Education Revolution, The. 13:2 p17
Woodhams, Jim & Thomson, Jonathon. Delivering Knowledge-Driven Enterprise Content
Management: a Case Study of Metronet Rail, 13:1 p64

Issues 14.1 to 14.4 (2007)
Authors
Ainger, Charles & Pickford, Wendy. Staff Values as Enablers for Change: Volunteering for Sustainability. 14:4 p
Ballard, David. Developing Startegic Capacity to Respond to Climate Change. 14:4, p
Bar-On, Reuven, Bar-On Model of Emotional Intelligence: a Valid, Robust & Applicable EI Model. 14.2, p27
Bowes, Maureen. Embedding Emotional Intelligent Behaviour for Sustainable Success. 14.2, p65
Boyatzis, Richard E., Guillen, Laura & Saris, Willem E. Assessing the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Personality. 14.2, p17
Caruso, David., Howe, Walter. Ability Model of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace. 14.2, p11
Fallon, Barry & Harmer, Richard. Role of Emotional Intelligence in the Pursuit of a Spiritual Life: Implications for Individuals in Organisations. 14.2, p76
Farnworth, Cathy, Gurung, Barun, & Jiggins, Janice. My Practice is My Strategy: How personal values survive in Organisations. 14:4, p
Fell, David and Stott, Oci. Sustainable Development—Dialogues and Definitions. 14:4, p
Garber, Stephen E. From Show and Tell to Listen and Learn. 14.2, p49
Gardner, Lisa, Hansen, Karen & Stough, Con. Improving Occupational Stress through Emotional Intelligence. 14.2, p70
Glaser, Judith E. DNA of Leadership: H-Gene – Humanising Cultures. 14:1 p 36
Harmer, Richard & Lutton, Catherine. Enhancing Team Performance Through Emotional Intelligence Coaching. 14.2, p41
Higgs, Malcolm, Emotional Intelligence & Organisation Culture. 14.2, p35
Human Systems Intervention and the Natural Step—How Two Approaches Combine in Practice and Theory. Sardone, Jenny & Szpala, Magdalene. 14:4 p
Jennings, Sue & Palmer, Ben. Enhancing Sales Performance with Emotional Intelligence Development. 14.2, p55
Jim Hopwood. Learning the Value of Things. (Soapbox). 14:4, p
Johnson, Helen. Use of Scenarios to Enable Learning, The. 14:1
Lewis, Ann. Values-Centred Leadership: practical tools for SMES. 14.3, p
Maddocks, Jo. Emotional Intelligence: How We Manage our Personality. 14.2, p62
McKergow, Mark & Clarke, Jenny. Restructuring the Solution Focus Way, 14.3, p
Mcleod. Angus. Managing in a Coaching Style. 14.3, p
Palmer, Ben, Models and Measures of Emotional Intelligence. 14.2, p3
Ringland, Gill & Owen, Michael. Scenarios as a Tool in management Development. 14:1 p11
Rodgers, Chris. Informal Coalitions. 14:1 p2
Stanford, Naomi. Why Restructuring Doesn’t Deliver. 14.3, p
Walker, Penny Being the Change for Climate Change Leadership. 14:4, p
Walton, Michael, Leadership Toxicity: an inevitable afflictions of organisations. 14:1 p 19

Issues 15.1 to 15.4 (2008)
Authors
Aasland, Merethe Schanke, Skogstad, Anders & Einarsen, Stale.The Dark Side: Defining Destructive Leadership Behaviour. 15.3. p20.
Art Padilla. Leadership Toxicity: Sources & Remedies. 15.3. p29.
Benson, Michael & Hogan, Robert. How Dark Side Leadership Personality Destroys Trust & Degrades Organisational Effectiveness. 15.3. p10.
Billsberry, Jon & Edwards, Gareth. Toxic Celluloid: Representations of Bad Leadership on Film and Implications for Leadership Development. 15.3. p104.
Chapman, Jane & Long, Susan. Role Contamination. 15.3. p40.
Cosstick, Vicky. Writing Within the Circle of Authenticity. 15.1. p5.
Davidson, Neil. The Increasing Value of Keywords in Marketing. 15.1, p12.
Davies, Margaret. Legacy & Myth: Consequence of Leader Dysfunction. 15.3. p71.
Davis, Rowena. Complementary Forms of Writing for Organisational Learning. 15.1, p16.
Donaldson, Alison. Striking Moments and Reflective Writing. 15.1, p22.
Fisher, John M. Change Happens . . . . to People. 15.4. p2
Franklin, Peter. Agenda: Managing Micro-Strategy, Conflict & Consensus Artfully. 15.1. p28.
Goldman, Alan. The Enigma of an Unintentionally Toxic Leader. 15.3. p63.
Harrington, Susan. Seeking the Positive from the Negative: Morally Courageous Human Resource management. 15.2, p20
Higgs, Malcolm & Rowland, Deborah. Change Leadership that Works: The Role of Positive Psychology: 15.2, p12
Kalungu-Banda, Martin. Ten Qualities to Look for in a Leader. 15.4. p9.
Kane, Marie. Envy in Organisational Life. 15.3. p96.
Knight, Jenny. Organisational Helplessness in the Public Sector. 15.3. p87.
Letter-Writing as an Appraisal Tool. Marsh, Robert. 15.1 p41.
Lipman-Blumen. Jean. Control Myths: How Followers Unwittingly Keep Toxic Leaders in Power. 15.3. p111.
Lyons, Lawrence & Linley, Alex. Situational Strengths: A Strategic Approach Linking Personal Capability to Corporate Success. 15.2, p4
Mackenzie, Bob & Cosstick, Vicky. Writing in Leadership and Change: Editorial. 15.1 p3.
MacKenzie, Bob. Writing Interventions to Facilitate Self & Others. 15.1. p35.
Matthews, Paul. Writing for the Computer Screen. 15.1. p46.
Noonan, Bill. Self-Reflection: by Invitation Only. 15.4. p18.
O Connor, Hester. Reflective Writing and Organisational Anxiety. 15.1. p51.
Oster, Gary. Corporate Innovation and the Disruptive CEO. 15.3. p49.
Page, Nicky & Linley, Alex. Applying Positive Psychology with People & Organisations: Editorial. 15.2, p2
Page, Tony. Writing Stories to Facilitate and African Merger. 15.1. p56.
Pass, Gary. Pragmatic Writing Responses in Complex Change Conditions. 15.1. p62.
Ringland, Gill & Lustig, Tricia. How HR can Seize the Opportunity in Times of Uncertainty. 15.4. p27.
Stairs, Martin, Galpin, Martin & Page, Nicky Whose Engagement is it Anyway?. 15.2, p37
Sykes, Nigel. Envisioning, Enabling and Enacting: Individual and Organisational Development as Metamorphosis. 15.2, p27
Walton, Michael. Constraints on Leaders! Toxic Sources? 15.3. p121.
Walton, Michael. Good, Bad, Indifferent, mad? A Leadership Paradox. 15.3. p4.
Walton, Michael. Toxic Leaders & Leadership Toxicity: Editorial. 15.3. p3.
White, Sheila. How Leadership Can Develop into Bullying. 15.3. p79.
Organisations & People: Articles 1996 to 2008: Index
Issues 1.1 to 1.4 (1994)
Articles
Abraham Maslow and self-actualisation. Brown, Reva Berman. 1.1
Against team building. Cunningham, Ian. 1.1
'All the world's a stage.' - acting techniques in communication skills. Haigh, Jonathan. 1.2
Business leadership - results of an MCE survey. Mce. 1.3
Cathie Storrie, Network Manager, TVEI Project. Kemp, Barry. 1.1
Chief executive styles for the 1990s. Coldicott, Tim. 1.2
Collaborative development centres and the management of change. Forster, Annette & Iles, Paul.
1.3
Dealing with obstacles to career development. Radcliffe, Rodney. 1.2
Developing while delivering. Fletcher, Barry. 1.2
Development centres for the 90s - 3rd generation design. Goodge, Peter. 1.3
Development through assessment centres. Jackson, R.P. 1.3
Elliot Jacques: a visionary theorist. Dyer-Smith, Martin. 1.2
Empowerment - lessons from Northern Telecom. Rooke, David & Jones, Michael. 1.3
Establishing a learning regime. Honey, Peter. 1.1
Home on the range: career development on the managerial plateau. Pemberton, Carole &
Herriot, Peter. 1.1
'It takes two to tango' - collaborative working amongst developers. Hall, Ian. 1.1
Learning at McVitie's. Gibbs, Bob & Humble, Brian. 1.2
Learning to learn in Lewisham. Jackson, Stella. 1.4
Lighting fires or filling buckets ?. Large, Martin. 1.4
Liz Cross, Training & staff services manager. Whitaker, Vivien. 1.2
Looking at change management from the inside. Acker, Bill. 1.2
Maggie Stubbs, Primary Care Manager. Whitaker, Vivien. 1.1
Mapping the learning landscape. Benson, Roger. 1.4
Mentoring is for personal growth. Freeman, Clare. 1.4
Metalingua - a new language of management. Lupton, Tom. 1.4
One MD's vision of a learning company. Cumber, Bob. 1.1
Open Space technology - an innovative way to manage meetings. Leith, Martin. 1.1
Performance development in Nepal. Lustig, Tricia. 1.2
Preparing your voice and body. Mars, Alan. 1.4
Robert Fritz and organisational structure. Taylor, Carole. 1.4
Roy Williams, Chairperson of AMED & BP's Head of Group Learning. Guptara, Prabhu. 1.4
Seeds of success. Davies, Gary & Leigh, Andrew. 1.4
Strategic human resource development: the Robert Bosch approach. Banfield, Paul. 1.1
Towards a characterisation of British management'. Lawrence, Peter. 1.3
Welcome to O & P. Sadler, Philip. 1.1
Welcome to O & P. Seear, Baroness. 1.1
What's systemic thinking got to do with anything?. Mckergow, Mark. 1.1
Which lever do I pull now? The role of emergent planning. Jones, Peter. 1.1
Widening your support network - who supports the supporter ?. Fletcher, Barry. 1.3

Issues 2.1 to 2.4 (1995)
Articles
A £million in a bag just for you: perfect freedom is perfect discipline. Hunting, Paul. 2.1
Belbin's team-role model: a silk purse from a sow's ear ?. Parkinson, Robert. 2.1
Danger, confusion, conflict & deficit: a framework for prioritising organisational interventions.
Clarkson, Petruska & Kellner, Kamil. 2.4
Deeper than the quick fix: what a performance !. Tate, William. 2.3
Design of self-managed learning: some choices & dilemmas. Easterby-Smith, Mark. 2.3
Emerging business education: programmes in China. Mockler, Robert, Et Al. 2.4
Encouraging learners to volunteer. Fletcher, Barry. 2.2
Helping people change roles. Lawrence, Derek & Yartlett, Peter. 2.1
How to be innovative without giving away the bank - Baring. Acker, Bill. 2.3
In search of a satisfactory sufficiency-origins of Simon's satisficing. Brown, Reva Berman. 2.2
Investing in people USA style. Churchill, Sue. 2.4
Management power for the millenium. Hunter, Ann. 2.4
Not in front of the children-'involvement' in managing change. Smith, Bart. 2.2
Open space technology revisited: an eastern perspective. Palmer, Eddie. 2.3
Organisation culture change in Mid Devon District Council. Simpson, Peter, Et Al. 2.3
Pain and gain of devolution and empowerment, The. Mayo, Andrew. 2.4
Personnel services in a new attire ?. Kramer, Charles. 2.1
Questions about mentoring - resp to Clare Freeman O&P 1 (4). Clutterbuck, David. 2.2
Reaction to first three issues. Marsden, Edmund. 2.1
Renewal agenda-sustainable development for organisations. Hutchinson, Colin. 2.2
response to Culture change & trainers O&P 1 (4). Brian, John. 2.2
Role of a professional body in management development - from exclusion to empowerment.
Baker, Alison. 2.2
Scania, Angers: an intercultural case. Brooks, Ian. 2.4
Taking M Scott Peck's community buiding into organisations. Sokolov, Ivan. 2.3
The 'Clyde' classification of consultants. Lickfold, Gordon & Hinton, Ian. 2.1
The 'Clydebank' collective of consultants. Cole, John. 2.2
The making of managers - a reflection. Hinton, Ian. 2.2
The Well-behaved business (David Murray interviewed). Macnamara, Tom. 2.3
Turning survivors into winners. Pay, Peter. 2.1
Understanding the link between personality & work behaviour. Duncanson, Alison. 2.2
View from the cave. Merlin. 2.1
View from the cave. Merlin. 2.3
View from the cave. Merlin. 2.4
What is action learning? Lustig, Patricia. 2.2
What's in a name? Hopwood, R.H.J. 2.1
Why am I here? Megginson, David. 2.1
Working with emotions in the change process: using drawings for team diagnosis. Vince, Russ.
2.1

Issues 3.1 to 3.4 (1996)
Articles
A competent experience?. Hall, Dr Laura & Holman, David. 3.1
A conversation with Enid Mumford. Mcgill, Madeline. 3.2
An interfaith code for international. Webley, Simon. 3.2
Balancing good and bad effects. Mahoney, Jack. 3.2
Business simulations are not just for finance. Smith, P & Levenson, S. 3.3
Changing approaches to management: from coercion to co-determination. Jones, Trevor &
Gibbs, Bob. 3.1
Competitiveness and corporate social responsibility. Marsden, Chris. 3.2
Consulting from the psychoanalytic perspective. Atkins, Linklater, & Kellner. 3.3
Culture change at McVitie's (in 2 parts). Peckham, M & Roome, H. 3.3
Customised management: walk your own path. Ryan, Mark. 3.3
Development - on or off the rails?. Tate, William. 3.4
Extending knowledge in management development - case for self-managed learning(re Easterby-
Smith). Cunningham, Ian. 3.2
Factors to consider when formulating an acquisition strategy. Trim, Dr Peter. 3.4
Handling ethical dilemmas. Murray, David. 3.2
High performance teams: lessons from the cockpit. Bonney, John. 3.4
Joan Woodward - the foundation for contingency theory. Lethbridge, David. 3.1
Managing change equals personal change. Jones, Peter Lewis. 3.1
On becoming a learning community. Jones, Peter & Saunders, I. 3.3
Preparing to handle dilemmas in the computing profession. Rogerson, Simon. 3.2
Reaching for what's right. Kidder, Rushworth M. 3.2
Real time management development. Nixon, Bruce. 3.4
Rejoinder to Ian Cunningham's critique. Easterby-Smith, Mark. 3.2
Responsibilities and rights at work. Jones, Peter & Bell, David. 3.2
Self development: the role of HR professionals in making IT work. Bal, Sukhwant. 3.1
Supporting transition. Grant, Pauline. 3.4
The coaching dilemma. Pay, Peter. 3.2
The Hermann brain dominance inventory and development goals. Estienne, Marion. 3.4
The rhythms of organisational life. Whitaker, Vivien. 3.1
Toward sustainability: transformation from within. Hutchinson, Colin. 3.2
What can be learned using action learning?. Bourner, Tom. 3.4
When men and women meet. Lieberman, Sue. 3.3

Issues 4.1 to 4.4 (1997)
Articles
Business and the values of our society. Adams, Kenneth. 4.1
Creating sustained competitive advantage through seamless value system. Brooks, Ian. 4.3
Briefings for expatriates & organisational myopia. Chevalier, Francoise. 4.2
Coaching for senior management development. Coleman. 4.3
The Learning organisation - rhetoric or reality ?. Cook, Peter. 4.1
Developing Hungarian Managers. Edwards, Vince. 4.2
Controlling the interface in a global service organisation. Falkenberg, J And Hassan, Ida. 4.2
Reducing the pain of change by understanding expectations. Hall, Ian. 4.1
Stress at work.. Huffington, Clare. 4.3
Management development in practice. Leigh, Andrew. 4.1
Metaphores in organisations. Perrin, Lew. 4.3
The seeing and thinking organisation. Ragg, C And Mcintyre, John. 4.1
Organisation transformation. Rooke, David. 4.3
Deming: a role model for proactivity and metanoia. Simcox, Julian. 4.1
Brain Dominance (reply1). Spinola, Roland. 4.3
Steps in project management - learning from experiences. Standish, Simon. 4.2
Transfer and transferability of Jap manufacturing practices to the west. Voss, C & Blackman, K.
4.2
Using Team Role Theory in Management Development. Manning, Tony 4:4 p6
Changing Times, Changing Paradigms. Barber, Ian & Bristow, John, 4:4 p11
Why the Paradigm Shift Approach Rarely Works: in Search of the Magic Bullet. Gamblin, Chris.
4:4 p18
A Challenge to Managers as Developers. Lewer, Philip. 4:4 p21
The Wagon Train. Saunders, Ian 4:4 p23
Mentoring – Implications and Enhamcements of the TRL Scheme. Gaines, David. 4:4 p26
Brain Dominance & IT Change in Practice. Sellers, John. 4:4 p30
Alternatives to the Centre – New Ways of Developing & Deploying Individuals, Goodge, Peter,
4:4 p40

Issues 5.1 to 5.4 (1998)
Articles
Career Success and the Alice Principle. Kerrell, Malcolm. 5:1 p32
Changing Values in Corporate Governance. Garratt, Bob. 5:3 p4
Choosing Development Methods. Alan Mumford. 5:2 p32
Communication that Simply Works. Belgrave, Bridget. 5:3 p27
Corporate Responsibility and the Environment. Davis, John. 5:1 p19
Creativity Workshop - Oodles of Ideas. Macnamara, Tom. 5:4 p25
Don't Waste Money on Management Development. Atkinson & Meldrum. 5:4 p4
Envy at Work. Foster, Marie-Claude. 5:2 p4
Feng Shui and Organisational Consultancy. Huffington, Clare. 5:2 p9
From the Task Triangle to the Knowledge Network. Smith, Diane. 5:3 p33
Global Business - Experiences of a Virtual Conference. Lustig, Tricia. 5:1 p22
Golden Oldies. McAra, David. 5:2 p26
Growing Pains of Becoming Entrepreneurial. Naftalin & Rigby. 5:4 p11
Learning Community Development. Kirk, Phil, et al. 5:2 p14
Managing African Democacy (Soapbox). Lutaaya, Ronald. 5:3 p43
Mentoring: Traditional vs Developmental. Julie Hay. 5:3 p22
Pain and Loss in Organisations. Helps Vanessa. 5:2 p23
Psychometric Testing - Questions Answered. Acker, Bill et al. 5:3 p12
Seven Development Themes for the 21st Century. Murray, David. 5:1 p 4
Spicing up your vision. McHale, Jo. 5:3 p51
Spirit and Discipline of Organisational Inquiry. Goldberg, Marilee. 5:4 p19
Stimulating an Ethical Climate in Organisations. MacDonald, Gael. 5:1 p25
Strategic Training Initiative Process. Orridge, Martin. 5:3 p40
The Evaluation Void. Smart, Roger. 5:3 p17

Issues 6.1 to 6.4 (1999)
Articles
360 Degree Feedback: Is it Right for Us?. Mavin, Sharon. 6:4 p25
ALS Support for GP Projects. Emerson, Tony et al. 6:3 p17
An Organisational Culture Change. Tierney, Colin. 6:1 p2
Black Families in Corporate America. . 6:1 p44
Boundary Spanning. Smith, Diane. 6:3 p24
Can we Trust managers to Collaborate?. Butcher & Atkinson. 6:2 p9
Chaos at the OU - a Case Study. Parsons, Elizabeth. 6:2 p26
Damned Truths and Statistics. Guy, Vincent. 6:4 p9
Decision Style, Stress and Managing Change. Blakeley, Karen. 6:2 p13
Declaration on Learning (Soapbox). Honey, Peter. 6:1 p39
Dialectics at Work: Relational Dynamics & Development. Wright, Nick. 6:3 p2
Enhancing Business Success through Individual Development. Levin & Fichet. 6:1 p16
Expatriates - What helps Them Adapt?. Stothart, Catherine. 6:2 p19
Fictions of Business: Management from Great Literature. . 6:1 p43
How to Attract and Retain Top Talent. Ballman, Paul. 6:2 p2
Managing Organisations in Complex Environments. Hammond, Val. 6:2 p33
Mentoring Through Change. Cameron & Green. 6:3 p10
Merger as Emigration. Brunning, Halina. 6:4 p38
Nominal Group Technique. Hazell, David. 6:3 p35
NVC - the Key Ingredients. Belgrave, Bridget. 6:1 p29
Out of the Box - Into the Future. Matzdorf & Ramage. 6:3 p29
Personal Development in Action. Barrie, Carol et al. 6:4 p19
Poems from the Front Line. Perren, Lew. 6:1 p10
Power of Stories. Murray, Theresa. 6:4 p32
Raising the Ante on Team Learning. Clutterbuck, David. 6:4 p2
Wisdom Council: Self Organising Systems Tool. Bell, Mike. 6:1 p23
Woman to Woman: Mentoring Senior Women. Thompson, Mary. 6:4 p16

Issues 7.1 to 7.4 (2000)
Articles
An Uneasy Alliance. Wright, Nick. 7:3 p2
Anxiety and Action Learning. Linklater, J & Kellner, K. 7:4 p11
Coaching Stories. Eaton, John. 7:1 p24
Complexity, History and Management. Morley, Simon. 7:2 p10
Culture and Complexity. Seel, Richard. 7:2 p2
Developing High Potential Managers in International Business. Knight, J at el. 7:1 p16
Effective Personalisation of Learning. Cunningham, Ian & Gimson. 7:3 p9
Ethics Pays. Holden, Philip. 7:3 p17
Freedom within a Framework. Gaines & Bicker. 7:3 p31
Guild of Leadersmiths. Guinness, H & Lustig, T. 7:4 p35
Lowering the Drawbridge: Moving from Simplicity to Complexity. Norman, T & Campbell, E. 7:4
p19
New Year's Resolutions for a New Millennium. Wright, Nick. 7:1 p2
Sculpture. Thomas, Tim. 7:3 p24
Self Development: Chef, Snake, and Cockroach. Funes, Mariana. 7:2 p24
Self-reflection: personal and leadership development. Brent & Matheny. 7:4 p2
Strategic Framework for Personal & Professional Development. Trim, Peter. 7:2 p32
Strategic Planning as Action Learning. Smith & Day. 7:1 p7
Strategy of Surprise. Tenner, Ioan. 7:2 p16
Ten Core mentor Competencies. Clutterbuck, D. 7:4 p29
Three Derailment factors in Coaching Relationships. Noer, David. 7:2 p28
Walking the High Wire. Davidson, Sol. 7:4 p25
Why High EQ Matters for Consultants & Developers. Dyke, Christine et al. 7:1 p29

Issues 8.1 to 8.4 (2001)
Articles
Career Dynamic. Llewellyn West, Clare. 8:1 p38
Case for Coaching and mentoring Senior Execs during Rapid Change. Davidson, Sol. 8:4 p9
Change Management in Merger Focused Companies. Kader, Mohamad. 8:4 p26
Competition: is it all it's cracked up to be?. Bunzl, John. 8:2 p30
Creating a Dysfunctional Organisation. Douglas, Elaine. 8:2 p11
Distinguishing Coaching Practice Areas. Jay, Mike. 8:4 p19
Getting it Right. Mai, L & Harkness, J. 8:1 p32
Harry Enfield, Hamlet and the Solutions Focus. Jackson, P & McKergow, M. 8:1 p26
Impact of Culture and Leadership on Sainsbury and Marks & Spencer. Randall, Geoffrey. 8:4 p2
Integrating Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning. Taggart, J. 8:2 p25
Learning to Produce Knowledge - Contribution of Mentoring. Alred, G & Garvey, B. 8:2 p17
Living with Complexity: Lessons from Open Space. Salter, Meg. 8:3 p17
Mastering the Innovation Process through Complexity. Harkema, Saskia. 8:2 p2
Mobilising Tacit Knowledge. Bodle, Rachel. 8:3 p2
Notes on a Complexity Primer for Practical Managers. Baskin, K & Sigmond, R. 8:1 p18
Organisational Competence and the Boiling Frog Syndrome. Bhatta, Gambhir. 8:3 p11
Relationship Dimension in Management Development. Lee, Graham. 8:3 p32
Six Years of Leadership Learning. McCann, Jane. 8:4 p36
Soapbox: Why do organisations pay so little attention to their values? Aiken, M. . 8:3 p44
Stealing Success with More Intelligent Gangs. Martin, Joyce. 8:3 p24
Team Building is not Enough. Hutton, Christopher. 8:1 p9
Telling Tales at Work. Tierney, Colin. 8:4 p14
We Learn Like We Eat. Pay, Peter. 8:4 p32
What Have Values Got to do with Marketing. Gamblin, Chris. 8:2 p36
Whatever happened to HR?. Goyder, Mark. 8:1 p2

Issues 9.1 to 9.4 (2002)
Articles
A Slice of Reality: Front-end Experience. English, Peter. 9:1. p17
Action Learning for Clinical Governance. Boston, D & Carter, M. 9:1 p22
Appreciative Inquiry: Social Construction in Practice. McNamee, Sheila. 9:2 p35
CEO Induced Organisational Change and Subsequent Improvement in Company Performance.
Kadrer, M. 9:4 p17
Checking the Pulse: how healthy is your organisation. Richardson, Julie. 9:4 p22
Coaching & Consulting: a Dialogue with Holism and the Soul. Barber, Paul. 9:1 p2
Creating High Commitment While Going for Growth. Birkin, Malcolm. 9:3 p28
Fit-For-Purpose Organisations. Goold, M & Campbell, A. 9:3 p12
Inner Leadership. English, David. 9:4 p9
International Management and the Lessons of Management Failures. Birkin, Malcolm. 9:2 p18
International Management Systems: the best of Global Management. Birkin, Malcolm. 9:1 p9
Is E-Learning Built to Last?. Lindsay, P & Cumpstey, P. 9:4 p39
Leading Redundancies and Closures -the biggest challenge. Willcock, David. 9:3 p22
Learning Excellence: towards a learning skilled age. Sedgmore, Lynne. 9:3 p2
Mentor Supervision & Development. Barrett, Roger. 9:2 p25
Mentoring Women Entrepreneurs: a better approach. Warren & Headlam-Wells. 9:2 p11
Metaphors and Paradigms: whose map of the world?. Hay, Julie. 9:4 p2
Motivation and Movement. Hood, Penny. 9:1 p28
Picture Power. Cumming, Jo. 9:3 p35
Power and Instability of Global Financial Markets. Nixon, Bruce. 9:4 p34
Storytelling in Organisations. Allan, Julie, et al. 9:2 p3
Working from Home and Managing Guilt. Tietze, S & Musson, G. 9:1 p34

Issues 9.1 to 9.4 (2002)
Articles
A Slice of Reality: Front-end Experience. English, Peter. 9:1. p17
Action Learning for Clinical Governance. Boston, D & Carter, M. 9:1 p22
Appreciative Inquiry: Social Construction in Practice. McNamee, Sheila. 9:2 p35
CEO Induced Organisational Change and Subsequent Improvement in Company Performance.
Kadrer, M. 9:4 p17
Checking the Pulse: how healthy is your organisation. Richardson, Julie. 9:4 p22
Coaching & Consulting: a Dialogue with Holism and the Soul. Barber, Paul. 9:1 p2
Creating High Commitment While Going for Growth. Birkin, Malcolm. 9:3 p28
Fit-For-Purpose Organisations. Goold, Michael & Campbell, Andrew. 9:3 p12
Inner Leadership. English, David. 9:4 p9
International Management and the Lessons of Management Failures. Birkin, Malcolm. 9:2 p18
International Management Systems: the best of Global Management. Birkin, Malcolm. 9:1 p9
Is E-Learning Built to Last?. Lindsay, P & Cumpstey, P. 9:4p39
Leading Redundancies and Closures -the biggest challenge. Willcock, David. 9:3 p22
Learning Excellence: towards a learning skilled age. Sedgmore, Lynne. 9:3 p2
Mentor Supervision & Development. Barrett, Roger. 9:2 p25
Mentoring Women Entrepreneurs: a better approach. Warren & Headlam-Wells. 9:2 p11
Metaphors and Paradigms: whose map of the world?. Hay, Julie. 9:4 p2
Motivation and Movement. Hood, Penny. 9:1 p28
Picture Power. Cumming, Jo. 9:3 p35
Power and Instability of Global Financial Markets. Nixon, Bruce. 9:4 p34
Storytelling in Organisations. Allan, Julie, et al. 9:2 p3
Working from Home and Managing Guilt. Tietze, S & Musson, G. 9:1 p34

Issues 10.1 to 10.4 (2003)
Articles
Alpha Leadership. Deering, Anne; Dilts, Robert; & Russell, Julian. 10:2 p12
Art of Transformation. Brunning, Halina & Bellamy, Nick 10:2 p 37
Beyond Money and Power-what is there? Weldon, Bill, 10:1, p28
Cultural Intelligence for Consultants. Holmes, Andrew. 10:2 p20
Dancing the Solution Focused Shuffle! Cauffman, Louis. 10:4 p6
Effective Partnerships: Meeting Emotional Needs. Hood, Penelope J. 10:3 p29
E-Surveys: The pitfalls. Guptara, Prabhu. 10:3 p19
How to Improve Your Tennis, Your Management Skills and Your Organisation's Results. Jackson,
Paul Z. 10:4 p69
HR Transformation. Hughes, Jill 10:3 p14
Innovation and Culture Revisited: a conceptual approach based on complexity theory. Harkeme,
S.J.M. & Browaeys, M.J. 10:1 p9
Making Competency Management Work: Use what it there! Schlundt Bodien, Gwenda & Visser,
Coert. 10:4 p58
Memories of Reg Revans. Margerison, Charles 10:3 p2
Organisational Constellations Meet Appreciative Inquiry. Abbotson, Sue, & Lustig, Tricia. 10:4
p41
Organisational Merger-a dance of constructive and destructive elements: Brunning, Halina 10:1
p2
Positive Approaches to Organisations and People. McKergow, Mark 10:4 p2
Reflective Learning. Brockbank, Anne; McGill, Ian; & Beech, Nic 10:2 p28
Reyond The Paramedic And Into Management. Taylor, Linda 10:1 p23
Scaling - 10 Minutes fro Performance and Learning. Szabo, Peter. 10:4 p19
Scenario Planning for Competitive Advantage. Lustig, Patricia; Giles, Roge;r & Lang, Jill 10:3 p8
Schools of Leadership. Wilson, Philip J., & Chesterman, Danny K. 10:3 p23
Solution Focused Feedback in Management Development. Roehrig, Peter. 10:4 p63
Solution Focused Rating: New Ways in Performance Appraisal. Lueger, Gunter. !0:4 p34
Solution Focused Reflecting Teams in Action. Norman, Harry: with Pidsley, Tim & Hjerth,
Michael. 10:4 p27
Solution Focused Strategic Planning. Mortensen, Jim 10:4 p49
Team Remotivation. Henden, John. 10:4 p12
The Human Dimension. Wright, Nick 10:1 p33
The Use Of Games In Reflective Learning. Jones, Ken 10:1 p17
Voice Arising. Page, Tony 10:2 p2

Issues 11.1 to 11.4 (2004)
Articles
Coaching and Leadership. Johnson, Roy 11:2 p16
Coaching and Mentoring: 'Aha' Moments. Johnson, R. 11:1 p26
Coaching Stressed Leaders towards Resourcefulness. Bradon, Tessa & Hughes Jacky. 11:2 p22
Coaching: the Under Five’s Metaphor and Authenticity. McLeod, Angus 11:2 p30
Communities of Practice and Complexity, Bond, Peter, 11:4 p21
Creating Sustainable Organisations through People. Morton, Clive. 11.1 p2
Creativity in the Marketplace. Kapolka, Gabor, 11.4 p14
Cultivating HR: the Leader as Gardener, Muna, Farid. 11:3 p18
Dilemmas & Dialogue in Organsational Settings, von Sommaruga Howard, Teresa. 11:3 p10
Don’t Forget the Employees. Uehlinger, Christa. 11:4 p2
Emotional Intelligence, Creativity & Innovation, Hood, Penelope. 11:3 p33
Knowledge Management: Getting the People Factors Right. Smith, P.A.C., & McLaughlin, M. 11:1
p10
Leadership in the Wilderness. Chesterman, Danny. 11:2 p9
Leadership: A Collaborative Practice. Pedler, Mike. 11:2 p2
Leading in the Muddy Waters, Harbour, Edward, 11:4 p8
Myth Understandings about Corporate Change, Maurer, Robert. 11:4 p28
Performance Excellence Through Strategic Cultural Change. Derkson, M. 11:1 p18
Planning a Successful Consulting Company. McKenna, Catherine & Daykin, Joanne. 11:3 p38
Quantum Intelligence: the Evolution of Intelligence, Green, Soleira. 11:3 p27
Restoring Trust. Bryan, John. 11:1 p33
What’s in a Name? Napper, Rosemary & Keane, Dee, 11:4 p34
Work-based Learning & the Role of Developers. Cunningham, Ian. 11:3 p2

Issues 12.1 to 12.4 (2005)
Articles
40% of Executives Fail in a New Job. Harvard Davies, Stephen. 12:2 p11
Building a High-Vision, High-Values Leadership & Business Culture, Sampath, J.M. & Sampath,
Kalpana. 12:1 p52
Building a Values-Driven Organisation. Lee, Sallie & Shafer, Joan. 12:1 p76
Corporate Culture & Leadership, van Gennep, Justin 12:3 p10
Credibility Gap. Wright, Nick. 12:1 p15
Developing an Authentic Planning Process, Elash, Daniel. 12:1 p59
Developing Managers & Leaders. Peckham, Mike. 12:2 p18
Harnessing the Stress of Change, Firth, Susan. 12:3 p33
Invisible Empowerment? No Thanks! Johnson, Ben 12:4 p39
Leadership Values are at the Root of the Global Crisis. Nixon, Bruce. 12:1 p7
Leadership Values, Learning & Blind Spots, Blakeley, Karen. 12:1 p34
Learning from Leaders, le Lean, Tim. 12:1 p91
Leveraging the Power in Diverse Communication Styles, Devries, B.I., Mikk, B.K. & Saphiere,
D.H. 12:4 p24
Managing Risk: What’s Different about Uncertainty? Salter, Meg. 12:2 p2
Qualitative Research: the Hidden Persuader? Keegan, Sheila 12:4 p11
Re-Floating Stranded Organisations, de Haan, Erik 12:4 p30
Resilience & Stability – Key Criteria for HR & OD Practitioners. Kenton, Barbara 12:3 p16
Servant Leadership, Noble, John. 12:1 p22
Shadowside of Leadership, The, Barber, Paul 12:1 p97
The True Professional, Wheatley, Meg. 12:1 p31
Three Tier Management: a Structure for Trusted Managerial Leadership. Bryan, John. 12:1 p66
Understanding Training Commitment, Trotman, John & Melkman, Alan 12:3 p2
Unleash Your Natural Leader, Lim, Veronica. 12:2 p24
Use and Value of Restorative Justice, Goldie, Shelagh 12:4 p18
Values & Trust in Managerial Leaders, Bryan, John 12:3 p24
Values in Action. Yates, Mick. 12:1 p3
Valuing Leadership Development: a Practices & Challenge Approach, Burgoyne, John & Pedler,
Mike. 12:1 p43
Wellness, the Key to Healthy High Performance. Crawford, Pauline. 12:1 p84
What Would You Do . . . ? Gillie, Marion. 12:2 p33
Working with Emergent Change in Organisations. Robertson, Chris 12:4 p2

Issues 13.1 to 13.4 (2006)
Articles
Authentic Consulting: Living with the Complexities of a Relational Practice, Haynes, Tim. 13:2 p9
Be Yourself—More—with Skill, Goffee, Rob & Jones, Gareth. 13:2 p2
Characteristics of Effective Knowledge Management, Payne, Judy. 13:1 p30
Delivering Knowledge-Driven Enterprise Content Management: a Case Study of Metronet Rail,
Woodhams, Jim & Thomson, Jonathon. 13:1 p64
Education Revolution, The. Wilson, Philip & Chesterman, Danny. 13:2 p17
Emotioning, Foundational Knowledge & Enterprise Creation, Bond, Peter. 13:1 p42
Enabling Conditions for Virtual Tacit Knowledge Exchange, McKenzie, Jane & Potter, Richard.
13:1 p94
Exploring E-Collaboration Space, McKenzie, Jane & van Winkelen, Christine. 13:1 p93
Giving Voice to Experience: Enabling Global Collaboration, Parcell, Geoff, 13:1 p86
Human Face of Knowledge Management, The, van Winkelen, Christine & McKenzie, Jane. 13:1
p4
Knowledge Communities the Story at Orange, Lawley, Deborah & Minogue-White, Lisa. 13:1 p78
Knowledge management in the Innovative Process: Innovation as a Dynamic Capability,
Tovstiga, George & Birchall, David W. 13:1 p49
Knowledge Management—Why Should I Bother? Potter, Richard. 13:1 p10
Leadership and its Impact on Knowledge Management, Atwell, Linda & Wignall, Gill. 13:1 p37
Leadership, Change & Learning, Higgs, Malcolm & Rowland, Deborah. 13:1 p23
Making Knowledge Sharing the Norm—a case Study from the Financial Ombudsman Service,
Grewal Sindy, 13:1 p70
Managing Knowledge in Collaborative Partnerships, McKenzie, Jane 13:1 p56
Putting Care at the Heart of Knowledge Management, van Winkelen, Christine. 13:1 p15
Socrates Meets Freud, Boers, Eric. 13:2 p34
Thinking about Influence. Van Den Berge, Adrie, Koch, Erica & Swaan, Nico. 13:2 p26
Winning Commitment for Knowledge Management Initiatives, McKenzie, Jane, Truch, Anna &
van Winkelen, Christine. 13:1 p96

Issues 14.1 to 14.4 (2007)
Articles
Ability Model of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace. Caruso, David., Howe, Walter. 14.2, p11
Assessing the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Personality. Boyatzis, Richard E., Guillen, Laura & Saris, Willem E. 14.2, p17
Bar-On Model of Emotional Intelligence: a Valid, Robust & Applicable EI Model. Bar-On, Reuven, 14.2, p27
Being the Change for Climate Change Leadership. Walker, Penny 14:4, p
Developing Startegic Capacity to Respond to Climate Change. Ballard, David. 14:4, p
DNA of Leadership: H-Gene – Humanising Cultures. Glaser, Judith E. 14:1, p 36
Embedding Emotional Intelligent Behaviour for Sustainable Success. Bowes, Maureen. 14.2, p65
Emotional Intelligence & Organisation Culture. Higgs, Malcolm, 14.2, p35
Emotional Intelligence: How we manage our Personality. Maddocks, Jo. 14.2, p62
Enhancing Sales Performance with Emotional Intelligence Development. Jennings, Sue & Palmer, Ben. 14.2, p55
Enhancing Team Performance Through Emotional Intelligence Coaching. Harmer, Richard & Lutton, Catherine. 14.2, p41
From Show and Tell to Listen and Learn. Garber, Stephen E. 14.2, p49
Human Systems Intervention and the Natural Step—How Two Approaches Combine in Practice and Theory. Sardone, Jenny & Szpala, Magdalene. 14:4 p
Improving Occupational Stress through Emotional Intelligence. Gardner, Lisa, Hansen, Karen & Stough, Con. 14.2, p70
Informal Coalitions. Rodgers, Chris. 14:1 p2
Leadership Toxicity: an inevitable afflictions of organisations. Walton, Michael, Bill, 14:1, p 19
Learning the Value of Things. (Soapbox). Jim Hopwood. 14:4, p
Managing in a Coaching Style. Mcleod, Angus. 14.3, p30
Models and Measures of Emotional Intelligence. Palmer, Ben, 14.2, p3
My Practice is My Strategy: How personal values survive in Organisations. Farnworth, Cathy, Gurung, Barun, & Jiggins, Janice. 14:4, p
Restructuring the Solution Focus Way, McKergow, Mark & Clarke, Jenny. 14.3, p2
Role of Emotional Intelligence in the Pursuit of a Spiritual Life: Implications for Individuals in Organisations. Fallon, Barry & Harmer, Richard. 14.2, p76
Scenarios as a Tool in management Development. Ringland, Gill & Owen, Michael. 14:1, p11
Staff Values as Enablers for Change: Volunteering for Sustainability. Ainger, Charles & Pickford, Wendy. 14:4 p
Sustainable Development—Dialogues and Definitions. Fell, David and Stott, Oci . 14:4, p
Use of Scenarios to Enable Learning. Johnson, Helen. 14:1, p28
Values-Centred Leadership: practical tools for SMES. Lewis, Ann. 14.3, p10
Why Restructuring Doesn’t Deliver. Stanford, Naomi. 14.3, p17


Issues 15.1 to 15.4 (2008)
Articles
Agenda: Managing Micro-Strategy, Conflict & Consensus Artfully. Franklin, Peter. 15.1. p28.
Applying Positive Psychology with People & Organisations: Editorial. Page, Nicky & Linley, Alex. 15.2, p2.
Change Happens . . . . to People. Fisher, John M. 15.4. p2
Change Leadership that Works: The Role of Positive Psychology: Higgs, Malcolm & Rowland, Deborah. 15.2, p12.
Complementary Forms of Writing for Organisational Learning. Davis, Rowena. 15.1, p16.
Constraints on Leaders! Toxic Sources? Walton, Michael. 15.3. p121.
Control Myths: How Followers Unwittingly Keep Toxic Leaders in Power. Lipman-Blumen. Jean. 15.3. p111.
Corporate Innovation and the Disruptive CEO. Oster, Gary. 15.3. p49.
Enigma of an Unintentionally Toxic Leader, The. Goldman, Alan. 15.3. p63.
Envisioning, Enabling and Enacting: Individual and Organisational Development as Metamorphosis. Sykes, Nigel. 15.2, p27.
Envy in Organisational Life. Kane, Marie. 15.3. p96.
Good, Bad, Indifferent, mad? A Leadership Paradox. Walton, Michael. 15.3. p4.
How Dark Side Leadership Personality Destroys Trust & Degrades Organisational Effectiveness. Benson, Michael & Hogan, Robert. 15.3. p10.
How HR can Seize the Opportunity in Times of Uncertainty. Ringland, Gill & Lustig, Tricia. 15.4. p27.
How Leadership Can Develop into Bullying. White, Sheila. 15.3. p79.
Increasing Value of Keywords in Marketing, The. Davidson, Neil. 15.1, p12.
Leadership Toxicity: Sources & Remedies. Art Padilla. 15.3. p29.
Legacy & Myth: Consequence of Leader Dysfunction. Davies, Margaret. 15.3. p71.
Letter-Writing as an Appraisal Tool. Marsh, Robert. 15.1 p41.
Organisational Helplessness in the Public Sector. Knight, Jenny. 15.3. p87.
Pragmatic Writing Responses in Complex Change Conditions. Pass, Gary. 15.1. p62.
Reflective Writing and Organisational Anxiety. O Connor, Hester. 15.1. p51.
Role Contamination. Chapman, Jane & Long, Susan. 15.3. p40.
Seeking the Positive from the Negative: Morally Courageous Human Resource management. Harrington, Susan. 15.2, p20.
Self-Reflection: by Invitation Only. Noonan, Bill. 15.4. p18.
Situational Strengths: A Strategic Approach Linking Personal Capability to Corporate Success. Lyons, Lawrence & Linley, Alex. 15.2, p4.
Striking Moments and Reflective Writing. Donaldson, Alison. 15.1, p22.
Ten Qualities to Look for in a Leader. Kalungu-Banda, Martin. 15.4. p9.
The Dark Side: Defining Destructive Leadership Behaviour. Aasland, Merethe Schanke, Skogstad, Anders & Einarsen, Stale. 15.3. p20.
Toxic Celluloid: Representations of Bad Leadership on Film and Implications for Leadership Development. Billsberry, Jon & Edwards, Gareth. 15.3. p104.
Toxic Leaders & Leadership Toxicity: Editorial. Walton, Michael. 15.3. p3.
Whose Engagement is it Anyway? Stairs, Martin, Galpin, Martin & Page, Nicky. I 15.2, p37.
Writing for the Computer Screen. Matthews, Paul. 15.1. p46.
Writing in Leadership and Change: Editorial. Mackenzie, Bob & Cosstick, Vicky. 15.1 p3.
Writing Interventions to Facilitate Self & Others. MacKenzie, Bob. 15.1. p35.
Writing Stories to Facilitate and African Merger. Page, Tony. 15.1. p56.
Writing Within the Circle of Authenticity. Cosstick, Vicky. 15.1. p5.
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