Graeme Currie
Graeme Currie
Professor of Public Management, Warwick Business School
Verified email at wbs.ac.uk
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The antecedents of middle managers’ strategic contribution: The case of a professional bureaucracy
G Currie, SJ Procter
Journal of management studies 42 (7), 1325-1356, 2005
5022005
A narratological approach to understanding processes of organizing in a UK hospital
G Currie, AD Brown
Human Relations 56 (5), 563-586, 2003
4542003
Institutional work to maintain professional power: Recreating the model of medical professionalism
G Currie, A Lockett, R Finn, G Martin, J Waring
Organization studies 33 (7), 937-962, 2012
4472012
Managing expert knowledge: organizational challenges and managerial futures for the UK medical profession
J Waring, G Currie
Organization Studies 30 (7), 755-778, 2009
4162009
Human resource management and knowledge management: enhancing knowledge sharing in a pharmaceutical company
G Currie, M Kerrin
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 14 (6), 1027-1045, 2003
4062003
HYBRID MANAGER–PROFESSIONALS'IDENTITY WORK: THE MAINTENANCE AND HYBRIDIZATION OF MEDICAL PROFESSIONALISM IN MANAGERIAL CONTEXTS
G McGivern, G Currie, E Ferlie, L Fitzgerald, J Waring
Public Administration 93 (2), 412-432, 2015
3202015
The impact of institutional forces upon knowledge sharing in the UK NHS: the triumph of professional power and the inconsistency of policy
G Currie, O Suhomlinova
Public Administration 84 (1), 1-30, 2006
3162006
Exploring the relationship between HR and middle managers
G Currie, S Procter
Human Resource Management Journal 11 (3), 53-69, 2001
2802001
Distributing leadership in health and social care: concertive, conjoint or collective?
G Currie, A Lockett
International Journal of Management Reviews 13 (3), 286-300, 2011
2512011
Entrepreneurial leadership in the English public sector: paradox or possibility?
G Currie, M Humphreys, D Ucbasaran, S McManus
Public Administration 86 (4), 987-1008, 2008
2352008
A critique of transformational leadership: Moral, professional and contingent dimensions of leadership within public services organizations
G Currie, A Lockett
Human relations 60 (2), 341-370, 2007
2352007
Reconfiguring or reproducing intra-professional boundaries? Specialist expertise, generalist knowledge and the ‘modernization’of the medical workforce
GP Martin, G Currie, R Finn
Social science & medicine 68 (7), 1191-1198, 2009
2212009
Inter-professional barriers and knowledge brokering in an organizational context: the case of healthcare
G Currie, L White
Organization Studies 33 (10), 1333-1361, 2012
2142012
Reflecting on a critical pedagogy in MBA education
G Currie, D Knights
Management Learning 34 (1), 27-49, 2003
2032003
The influence of middle managers in the business planning process: a case study in the UK NHS
G Currie
British Journal of Management 10 (2), 141-155, 1999
1991999
Interpretation of multiple institutional logics on the ground: Actors’ position, their agency and situational constraints in professionalized contexts
G Currie, D Spyridonidis
Organization studies 37 (1), 77-97, 2016
1652016
New careers for old? Organizational and individual responses to changing boundaries
G Currie, S Tempest, K Starkey
Taylor & Francis Group 17 (4), 755-774, 2006
1652006
Introduction: a post‐crisis critical reflection on business schools
G Currie, D Knights, K Starkey
British Journal of Management 21, s1-s5, 2010
1622010
Role transition and the interaction of relational and social identity: new nursing roles in the English NHS
G Currie, R Finn, G Martin
Organization studies 31 (7), 941-961, 2010
1612010
The limits of a technological fix to knowledge management: Epistemological, political and cultural issues in the case of intranet implementation
G Currie, M Kerrin
Management learning 35 (1), 9-29, 2004
1572004
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