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Project managers' front-end decision making. (2021)
Conference Proceeding
LAWANI, A., FLIN, R., ADEDOKUN, R. and BENTON, P. 2021. Project managers' front-end decision making. In Proceedings of the 2021 British Academy of Management conference (BAM 2021): recovering from COVID: responsible management and reshaping the economy, 31 August - 3 September 2021, [virtual event]. London: British Academy of Management [online], paper number 493. Available from: https://virtual.oxfordabstracts.com/#/event/1821/submission/493

In project management, Front End Loading (FEL) is a core work process before project authorization or sanction. This stage is where the extent of uncertainty is highest and if properly conducted with optimal decision making, it maximises the potentia... Read More about Project managers' front-end decision making..

Reframing recycling behaviour through consumers' perceptions: an exploratory investigation. (2021)
Journal Article
OKE, A., MCDONALD, S., KOROBILIS-MAGAS, E., OSOBAJO, O.A. and AWUZIE, B.O. 2021. Reframing recycling behaviour through consumers' perceptions: an exploratory investigation. Sustainability [online], 13(24), article number 13849. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/su132413849

Despite the increasing awareness of the consequences of waste, there is no consensus on how and why consumers engage in recycling, making it challenging to design behavioural interventions that might promote recycling, especially in organisational se... Read More about Reframing recycling behaviour through consumers' perceptions: an exploratory investigation..

Exploring environmental sustainability of academia as a working space. (2021)
Journal Article
STAVRIANAKIS, K. and RAMOS, W. 2022. Exploring environmental sustainability of academia as a working space. International journal of sustainability in higher education [online], 23(5), pages 1107-1124. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSHE-02-2021-0045

Purpose - This study aims to examine the organizational citizenship behaviors toward the environment among US-based faculty members, in social sciences, natural sciences, the humanities and engineering. Potential barriers that may stop academia from... Read More about Exploring environmental sustainability of academia as a working space..

The smiling assassin? Reconceptualising redundancy envoys as quasi-dirty workers. (2021)
Journal Article
STEVENS, M. and HANNIBAL, C. 2023. The smiling assassin? Reconceptualising redundancy envoys as quasi-dirty workers. International journal of human resource management [online], 34(5), pages 879-911. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2021.1976246

Despite redundancies having far-reaching consequences for organisations, relatively limited attention has been paid to the conflicting experiences of those implementing the redundancy process - the redundancy envoys. By drawing on theories of cogniti... Read More about The smiling assassin? Reconceptualising redundancy envoys as quasi-dirty workers..

Guest editorial: learning from the Covid-19 pandemic: planning, controlling and driving change for greater resilience in supply chains. (2021)
Journal Article
BREEN, L. and HANNIBAL, C. 2021. Guest editorial: learning from the Covid-19 pandemic: planning, controlling and driving change for greater resilience in supply chains. Supply chain management [online], 26(6), pages 649-653. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/SCM-09-2021-642

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged the fundamental principles of supply chain management as we research, teach and experience it unfolding. Its impact has been widespread and damaging to all aspects of our lives and the global economy. We have chos... Read More about Guest editorial: learning from the Covid-19 pandemic: planning, controlling and driving change for greater resilience in supply chains..

The role of international anti-corruption regulations in promoting socially responsible practices. (2021)
Journal Article
JANDHYALA, S. and OLIVEIRA, F.S. 2021. The role of international anti-corruption regulations in promoting socially responsible practices. Journal of economic behavior and organization [online], 190, pages 15-32. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jebo.2021.07.017

We analyze how international anti-corruption rules impact the behavior of multinational firms in promoting sustainable practices. Competition from multinational firms is expected to lower bribe rents and hence corruption in host countries. However, w... Read More about The role of international anti-corruption regulations in promoting socially responsible practices..

What is the point of technology if no one uses it? [Newspaper article] (2021)
Other
ROBERTS, R. 2021. What is the point of technology if no one uses it? [Newspaper article]. Energy voice [online], 3 August 2021. Available from: https://tinyurl.com/2p8n5raz

A sustainable future is closely linked to creating and adopting innovative technologies. These new products, services and ways of working may solve many of the challenges we face as individuals and as a society. However, to unlock the power of innova... Read More about What is the point of technology if no one uses it? [Newspaper article].

Artificial intelligence for supply chain resilience: learning from Covid-19. (2021)
Journal Article
MODGIL, S., SINGH, R.K. and HANNIBAL, C. 2022. Artificial intelligence for supply chain resilience: learning from Covid-19. International journal of logistics management [online], 33(4), pages 1246-1268. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJLM-02-2021-0094

Many supply chains have faced disruption during Covid-19. Artificial intelligence (AI) is one mechanism that can be used to improve supply chain resilience by developing business continuity capabilities. This study examines how firms employ AI and co... Read More about Artificial intelligence for supply chain resilience: learning from Covid-19..

Behavioural symptoms of mental health disorder such as depression among young people using Instagram: a systematic review. (2021)
Journal Article
ADEYANJU, G.C., SOLFA, R.P., TRAN, T.L., WOHLFARTH, S., BÜTTNER, J., OSOBAJO, O.A. and OTITOJU, A. 2021. Behavioural symptoms of mental health disorder such as depression among young people using Instagram: a systematic review. Translational medicine communications [online], 6, article number 15. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1186/s41231-021-00092-3

There is a growing debate on the linkage between social networking platforms and mental health disorder, such as depressive behaviour or depression. However, the relationship between Instagram use and depression or depressive behaviour has not been e... Read More about Behavioural symptoms of mental health disorder such as depression among young people using Instagram: a systematic review..

What use is technology if no one uses it? The psychological factors that influence technology adoption decisions in oil and gas. (2021)
Journal Article
ROBERTS, R., MILLAR, D., CORRADI, L. and FLIN, R. 2021. What use is technology if no one uses it? The psychological factors that influence technology adoption decisions in oil and gas. Technology, mind, and behavior [online], 2(1). Available from: https://doi.org/10.1037/tmb0000027

What use is technology if no one uses it? This question underscores the critical interaction between people and the technology, highlighting the importance of understanding the underlying psychological factors that influence technology uptake. This s... Read More about What use is technology if no one uses it? The psychological factors that influence technology adoption decisions in oil and gas..

Procurement risk management in a petroleum refinery. (2021)
Journal Article
OLIVEIRA, F.S. 2023. Procurement risk management in a petroleum refinery. Decision sciences [online], 54(3), pages 277-296. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/deci.12536

We analyze a petroleum refinery's procurement strategy, explaining how risk management affects optimal sourcing from long-term, spot, and swap contracts. We use time series analysis to model the interaction between petroleum prices, transportation co... Read More about Procurement risk management in a petroleum refinery..

BIM for deconstruction: an interpretive structural model of factors influencing implementation. (2021)
Journal Article
OBI, L., AWUZIE, B., OBI, C., OMOTAYO, T.S., OKE, A. and OSOBAJO, O. 2021. BIM for deconstruction: an interpretive structural model of factors influencing implementation. Buildings [online], 11(6), article 227. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/buildings11060227

Transitioning from demolition to deconstruction practices for end-of-life performances is gaining increasing attention following the need for the construction industry to minimise construction and demolition waste. Building information modelling (BIM... Read More about BIM for deconstruction: an interpretive structural model of factors influencing implementation..

Addressing recent misreporting of findings from 'Better estimates of LCOE from audited accounts: a new methodology with examples from United Kingdom offshore wind and CCGT'. (2021)
Journal Article
ALDERSEY-WILLIAMS, J., BROADBENT, I.D. and STRACHAN, P.A. 2021. Addressing recent misreporting of findings from 'Better estimates of LCOE from audited accounts: a new methodology with examples from United Kingdom offshore wind and CCGT'. Energy policy [online], 153, article 112240. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2021.112240

Recent interest in the Levelised Cost of Energy (LCOE) for offshore wind has led to considerable media coverage of this topic. The paper to which this article refers provides some useful insights, but the authors are concerned that their findings are... Read More about Addressing recent misreporting of findings from 'Better estimates of LCOE from audited accounts: a new methodology with examples from United Kingdom offshore wind and CCGT'..

Effectiveness of intervention on behaviour change against use of non-biodegradable plastic bags: a systematic review. (2021)
Journal Article
ADEYANJU, G.C., AUGUSTINE, T.M., VOLKMANN, S., OYEBAMIJI, U.A., RAN, S., OSOBAJO, O.A. and OTITOJU, A. 2021. Effectiveness of intervention on behaviour change against use of non-biodegradable plastic bags: a systematic review. Discover sustainability [online], 2(1), article 13. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s43621-021-00015-0

The devastating impacts that bio-degradable products such as plastic bags are having on human health, wildlife, and the environment is enormous, especially single-use once. Single-use plastics are non-biodegradable products and does not undergo biolo... Read More about Effectiveness of intervention on behaviour change against use of non-biodegradable plastic bags: a systematic review..

An investigation into contemporary tobacco smoking behaviour in Nigeria: the impact of cultural transference on consumer behaviour and usage intentions. (2021)
Thesis
ADEWUSI, I. 2021. An investigation into contemporary tobacco smoking behaviour in Nigeria: the impact of cultural transference on consumer behaviour and usage intentions. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1357835

Tobacco has continued to be a global threat, particularly in developing countries. While it appears that the demands for tobacco products have continued to fall in many developed countries, tobacco growing and consumption is posited to become increas... Read More about An investigation into contemporary tobacco smoking behaviour in Nigeria: the impact of cultural transference on consumer behaviour and usage intentions..

Exploring patient safety culture in a Kuwaiti secondary care setting: a qualitative study. (2021)
Journal Article
ALQATTAN, H., CLELAND, J., MORRISON, Z. and CAMERON, I.M. 2021. Exploring patient safety culture in a Kuwaiti secondary care setting: a qualitative study. Sultan Qaboos University medical journal [online], 21(1), pages e77-e85. Available from: https://doi.org/10.18295/squmj.2021.21.01.011

Qualitative studies can improve understanding of patient safety culture (PSC), which has been relatively neglected by researchers in the Gulf Cooperation Council context. This study employed a qualitative approach to explore healthcare staff and pati... Read More about Exploring patient safety culture in a Kuwaiti secondary care setting: a qualitative study..

What use is technology if no one uses it? [Video recording] (2021)
Digital Artefact
ROBERTS, R. and FLYNN, R. 2021. What use is technology if no one uses it? Building a technology adoption culture [Video recording]. Presented at RGU knowledge bites for business, 25 February 2021. Available from: https://tinyurl.com/4xa6r7ab

Innovation is set to play a significant role in building a sustainable future: for example, the oil and gas industry transitioning into an integrated energy sector. Yet in recent years, this sector has developed a reputation for being conservative an... Read More about What use is technology if no one uses it? [Video recording].

Optimally clocking the low carbon energy mile to achieve the sustainable development goals: evidence from Dundee’s electric vehicle strategy. (2021)
Journal Article
ASEKOMEH, A., GERSHON, O. and AZUBUIKE, S.I. 2021. Optimally clocking the low carbon energy mile to achieve the sustainable development goals: evidence from Dundee’s electric vehicle strategy. Energies [online], 14(4), article 842. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/en14040842

Dundee City has been successful in installing green infrastructure for charging electric vehicles (EVs). This intervention matches the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of affordable clean energy (SDG 7), sustainable cities and communities (SDG 11... Read More about Optimally clocking the low carbon energy mile to achieve the sustainable development goals: evidence from Dundee’s electric vehicle strategy..

It's in our DNA: perspectives on co-producing services in the UK voluntary sector. (2021)
Journal Article
HANNIBAL, C. and MARTIKKE, S. 2022. It's in our DNA: perspectives on co-producing services in the UK voluntary sector. Voluntary sector review [online], 13(1), pages 157-166. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1332/204080520X16075029928019

In this paper we report on the perceptions of co-production in the UK voluntary, community and social enterprise sector from those directly involved. We conducted five case studies, each involving interviews with two people who had formed a co-produc... Read More about It's in our DNA: perspectives on co-producing services in the UK voluntary sector..

Stakeholder engagement: a conceptual framework and initial validation to foster sustainability development in a maritive cluster. (2021)
Journal Article
OSOBAJO, O.A., KOLIOUSIS, Y. and MCLAUGHLIN, H. 2021. Stakeholder engagement: a conceptual framework and initial validation to foster sustainability development in a maritime cluster. European journal of sustainable development research [online], 5(1), article number em0149. Available from: https://doi.org/10.21601/ejosdr/9664

Sustainability development, as a concept, is becoming an important topic for discussion within the maritime industry due to its environmental impact and intensification ofthe compliance framework. Achieving sustainable development will require involv... Read More about Stakeholder engagement: a conceptual framework and initial validation to foster sustainability development in a maritive cluster..