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Naturalistic decision making and decision drivers in the front end of complex projects. (2023)
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LAWANI, A., FLIN, R., OJO-ADEDOKUN, R.F. and BENTON, P. 2023. Naturalistic decision making and decision drivers in the front end of complex projects. International journal of project management [online], 41(6), article 102502. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijproman.2023.102502

Decision making plays a crucial role in the front end of projects, which is a critical stage for maximising the performance of complex projects. Although it has been suggested that project managers rely more on analytical approaches to decision makin... Read More about Naturalistic decision making and decision drivers in the front end of complex projects..

Risk, the COVID‐19 pandemic, and organisations: extending, repurposing, and developing theory. (2023)
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SOANE, E., FLIN, R., MACRAE, C. and READER, T.W. 2023. Risk, the COVID-19 pandemic, and organisations: extending, repurposing, and developing theory. Journal of occupational and organizational psychology [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/joop.12461

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged and changed organisations. While the pandemic has brought opportunities for business in some sectors, such as information and communication, and for people who enjoy the flexibility they gain from home-based or hy... Read More about Risk, the COVID‐19 pandemic, and organisations: extending, repurposing, and developing theory..

Bringing the walk with ease programme to the UK: a mixed-methods study to assess the relevance, acceptability, and feasibility of implementation for people with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions. (2023)
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MARTIN, K.R., STELFOX, K., MACFARLANE, G.J., MCNAMEE, P., MORRISON, Z. and SMITH, T.O. on behalf of the Walk With Ease Research Study Team. 2023. Bringing the walk with ease programme to the UK: a mixed-methods study to assess the relevance, acceptability, and feasibility of implementation for people with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions. Translational behavioral medicine [online], Advance articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1093/tbm/ibad032

Developed in the United States (US), Walk With Ease (WWE) is a popular evidence-based, 6-week community walking programme for adults with arthritis, delivered in either an instructor-led or self-directed format. While WWE has expanded into communitie... Read More about Bringing the walk with ease programme to the UK: a mixed-methods study to assess the relevance, acceptability, and feasibility of implementation for people with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions..

How family firms can avoid the trap of strong social ties and still achieve innovation: critical roles of market orientation and transgenerational intent. (2023)
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DAYAN, M., NG, P.Y. and D CLERCQ, D. 2023. How family firms can avoid the trap of strong social ties and still achieve innovation: critical roles of market orientation and transgenerational intent. International journal of entrepreneurial behavior and research [online], 29(6), pages 1314-1337. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/ijebr-12-2021-1056

To extend family business research, this article proposes and tests a curvilinear relationship between social ties and family firm innovation, with the firm's market orientation and transgenerational intent as moderators. Representatives from a sampl... Read More about How family firms can avoid the trap of strong social ties and still achieve innovation: critical roles of market orientation and transgenerational intent..

Discretion in overpayment recovery. (2023)
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SPICKER, P. 2023. Discretion in overpayment recovery. Journal of social welfare and family law [online], 45(2), pages 184-187. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/09649069.2023.2206218

R v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2023] EWHC 233 (Admin) calls into question at least three aspects of the long-established practice of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). The case concerns the DWP’s discretionary power to waive t... Read More about Discretion in overpayment recovery..

Effects of millennials willingness to pay on buying behaviour at ethical and socially responsible restaurants: serial mediation analysis. (2023)
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OKE, A., MCKENZIE, K., OSOBAJO, O. and LAWANI, A. 2023. Effects of millennials willingness to pay on buying behaviour at ethical and socially responsible restaurants: serial mediation analysis. International journal of hospitality management [online], 113, article 103507. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhm.2023.103507

This study empirically examines millennials' buying behaviour at restaurants undertaking Corporate Social Responsibility activities by testing the effects of willingness to pay on buying behaviour. Using Hayes' serial mediation PROCESS model, the stu... Read More about Effects of millennials willingness to pay on buying behaviour at ethical and socially responsible restaurants: serial mediation analysis..

The role of culture in stakeholder engagement: its implication for open innovation. (2023)
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OSOBAJO, O.A., OKE, A., AJIMMY, M., OTITOJU, A. and ADEYANJU, G.C. 2023. The role of culture in stakeholder engagement: its implication for open innovation. Journal of open innovation: technology, market and complexity [online], 9(2), article 100058. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joitmc.2023.100058

Appropriate and effective stakeholder engagement remains a critical success factor for successful project and project management, especially in multicultural settings such as in the case of international subsidiaries of multinational organisations. U... Read More about The role of culture in stakeholder engagement: its implication for open innovation..

Employee empowerment, equality plans and job satisfaction: an empirical analysis of the demand-control model. (2023)
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IBUKUN, T. and PÉROTIN, V. 2023. Employee empowerment, equality plans and job satisfaction: an empirical analysis of the demand-control model. Journal of participation and employee ownership [online], 6(1), pages 51-95. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/JPEO-10-2022-0014

The paper investigates the effects of individual employees' empowerment on different forms of job satisfaction in British workplaces while controlling for the presence of job demands and whether these effects depend on the presence of an equality pla... Read More about Employee empowerment, equality plans and job satisfaction: an empirical analysis of the demand-control model..

Advocacy coalitions and paths to policy change for promoting energy efficiency in European industry. (2023)
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VON MALMBORG, F. and STRACHAN, P.A. 2023. Advocacy coalitions and paths to policy change for promoting energy efficiency in European industry. Energies [online], 16(9), article 3785. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/en16093785

This paper applied the advocacy coalition framework to explore and explain the political processes creating policies to enhance energy efficiency of European Union (EU) industry. The paper used legislation on energy audits and energy management syste... Read More about Advocacy coalitions and paths to policy change for promoting energy efficiency in European industry..

Mapping the trends of sustainable supply chain management research: a bibliometric analysis of peer-reviewed articles. (2023)
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AMOFA, B., OKE, A. and MORRISON, Z. 2023. Mapping the trends of sustainable supply chain management research: a bibliometric analysis of peer-reviewed articles. Frontiers in sustainability [online], 4, article 1129046. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3389/frsus.2023.1129046

This bibliometric analysis explores the scope and knowledge base of scholarly efforts on sustainable supply chain management (SSCM) and how it has evolved in different economies and businesses to advance circular economy (CE) discourses in theory and... Read More about Mapping the trends of sustainable supply chain management research: a bibliometric analysis of peer-reviewed articles..

The development of the helicopter non-technical skills (HeliNOTS) behavioural marker systems. (2023)
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HAMLET, O.E.D., IRWIN, A., FLIN, R. and SEDLAR, N. [2023]. The development of the helicopter non-technical skills (HeliNOTS) behavioural marker systems. Ergonomics [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/00140139.2023.2194591

Behavioural marker systems (observational frameworks geared towards the assessment of non-technical skills by way of behavioural markers) exist across a variety of high-risk occupations, however no identifiable system currently exists developed from... Read More about The development of the helicopter non-technical skills (HeliNOTS) behavioural marker systems..

Mindfulness and workplace safety: an integrative review. (2023)
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LIU, Z., HOFF, K., BARANSKI, E., SNYDER, G., FLIN, R., LINDNER, P., and SPITZMUELLER, C. [2023]. Mindfulness and workplace safety: an integrative review. Journal of organizational behavior [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/job.2705

Mindfulness has recently gained popularity in applied settings for the enhancement of workplace safety, especially in safety-critical occupations such as healthcare and construction. In this review, we synthesize existing research across disciplines... Read More about Mindfulness and workplace safety: an integrative review..

Achieving online dialogic learning using breakout rooms. (2023)
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DOUGLAS, S. 2023. Achieving online dialogic learning using breakout rooms. Research in learning technology [online], 31, article number 2882. Available from: https://doi.org/10.25304/rlt.v31.2882

Breakout rooms are an increasingly used tool in online teaching. This study uses Laurillard's (2013) Conversational Framework to evaluate the effectiveness of breakout rooms in achieving learning through peer-to-peer dialogue in large-scale teaching.... Read More about Achieving online dialogic learning using breakout rooms..

When performance demands enable change: how employees can overcome emotional dissonance and organizational underappreciation. (2023)
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DE CLERCQ, D., DAYAN, M. and NG, P.Y. [2023]. When performance demands enable change: how employees can overcome emotional dissonance and organizational underappreciation. European management journal [online], In Press. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emj.2023.02.004

This study investigates the unexplored relationship between employees' experience of emotional dissonance and their engagement in change-oriented citizenship behavior, with a particular focus on the mediating role of organizational underappreciation... Read More about When performance demands enable change: how employees can overcome emotional dissonance and organizational underappreciation..

Do investment fund managers behave rationally in the light of central bank communication? Survey evidence from Poland. (2023)
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WOLSKI, R., BOLEK, M., GAJDKA, J., BRZESZCZYŃSKI, J. and KUTAN, A.M. 2023. Do investment fund managers behave rationally in the light of central bank communication? Survey evidence from Poland. Qualitative research in financial markets [online], Early Cite. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/QRFM-07-2021-0124

This study aims to answer the question whether investment funds managers exhibit behavioural biases in their investment decisions. Furthermore, it investigates if fund managers, as a group of institutional investors, make decisions in response to cen... Read More about Do investment fund managers behave rationally in the light of central bank communication? Survey evidence from Poland..

The role of strong ties in empowering women entrepreneurs in collectivist contexts. (2023)
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BASTIAN, B.L., WOOD, B.P. and NG, P.Y. 2023. The role of strong ties in empowering women entrepreneurs in collectivist contexts. International journal of gender and entrepreneurship [online], 15(1), pages 122-146. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJGE-10-2021-0171

This study examines what social ties within collectivist settings mean for women's venturing and how these ties support women in gaining empowerment through their ventures. Thirteen in-depth semi-structured interviews with women entrepreneurs located... Read More about The role of strong ties in empowering women entrepreneurs in collectivist contexts..

Beliefs and attitudes of university faculty members on climate change in the U.S. (2023)
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STAVRIANAKIS, K. and FARMER, J. [2023]. Beliefs and attitudes of university faculty members on climate change in the U.S. International journal of environmental studies [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/00207233.2023.2170653

This qualitative study explored the beliefs and attitudes of university faculty members towards climate change from Midwestern and Northeastern universities in the U.S. Findings from this study suggest that participants' experiences were mostly assoc... Read More about Beliefs and attitudes of university faculty members on climate change in the U.S..

Google search trends and stock markets: sentiment, attention or uncertainty? (2023)
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SZCZYGIELSKI, J.J., CHARTERIS, A., BWANYA, P.R. and BRZESZCZYŃSKI, J. 2023. Google search trends and stock markets: sentiment, attention or uncertainty? International review of financial analysis [online], In Press, article 102549. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.irfa.2023.102549

Keyword based measures purporting to reflect investor sentiment attention or uncertainty have been increasingly used to model stock market behaviour. We investigate and shed light on the narrative reflected by Google search trends (GST) by constructi... Read More about Google search trends and stock markets: sentiment, attention or uncertainty?.

Building a transdisciplinary expert consensus on the cognitive drivers of performance under pressure: an international multi-panel Delphi study. (2023)
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ALBERTELLA, L., KIRKHAM, R., ADLER, A.B. et al. 2023. Building a transdisciplinary expert consensus on the cognitive drivers of performance under pressure: an international multi-panel Delphi study. Frontiers in psychology [online], 13, article 1017675. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.1017675

The ability to perform optimally under pressure is critical across many occupations, including the military, first responders and competitive sport. Despite recognition that such performance depends on a range of cognitive factors, how common these f... Read More about Building a transdisciplinary expert consensus on the cognitive drivers of performance under pressure: an international multi-panel Delphi study..

Implementing human factors in anaesthesia: guidance for clinicians, departments and hospitals: guidelines from the Difficult Airway Society and the Association of Anaesthetists. (2023)
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KELLY, F.E., FRERK, C., BAILEY, C.R., COOK, T.M., FERGUSON, K., FLIN, R., FONG, K., GROOM, P., JOHN, C., LANG, A.R., MEEK, T., MILLER, K.L., RICHMOND, L., SEVDALIS, N. and STACEY, M.R. 2023. Implementing human factors in anaesthesia: guidance for clinicians, departments and hospitals: guidelines from the Difficult Airway Society and the Association of Anaesthetists. Anaesthesia [online], 78(4), pages 458-478. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/anae.15941

Human factors is an evidence-based scientific discipline used in safety critical industries to improve safety and worker well-being. The implementation of human factors strategies in anaesthesia has the potential to reduce the reliance on exceptional... Read More about Implementing human factors in anaesthesia: guidance for clinicians, departments and hospitals: guidelines from the Difficult Airway Society and the Association of Anaesthetists..