|Job Title||Emeritus Professor|
|Department||Department of Management|
|Telephone||0114 225 5242|
- PgDip - Psychotherapy
- PhD - PhD
- MA - Economics
- BA - Economics
My main teaching experience lies in organization development, consultancy, and the management of change working primarily with postgraduate students and my research interests are in the areas of culture and the development of management as a profession. In my previous role of Head of the Graduate Centre and Research I have been responsible not only for the development of the PhD and DBA programmes but also for the internationalisation of the DBA through the DBA (International) with the Business School Netherlands (for which I remain as course leader) and the current development of the DBA (Europe) with the Munich Business School. I was responsible for the development of the Research Assessment Exercise for Business and Management in 2001 and 2008 and have more recently been responsible for the Research Excellence Framework submission for 2014. I have also been responsible for the new edition of our text (with Joanne Duberley and Phil Johnson) 'Organization Theory: Challenges and Perspectives' published by Pearson. In my current role as Emeritus Professor I continue to make a contribution to teaching and mentoring of colleagues both through individual contact and as one of the tutors on the university's 'Research Supervisor Development Programme'.
McAuley, J., Clegg, S (2005). Conceptualising middle management in higher educat. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management. 27(11), 19-34
McAuley, J (2003). Transference, countertransference and mentoring: t. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling,. 31(1), 11-23
McAuley, J (2003). Transference, countertransference and mentoring; the ghost in the process. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling.. 31(1),
McAuley, J., Cohen, L., and Duberley, J (2001). 'Continuity in discontinuity: changing discourses. Science, technology and human values. 26(2), 145-166
McAuley, J., Cohen, L. & Duberley, J. (2001). Continuity in discontinuity: changing discourses of science in a market economy. Science, Technology and Human Values.. ,
McAulley, J., Duberley, J. & Cohen, L. (2000). The meaning scientists give to management- and strategy. Human Relations. 53(1), 87-116
McAuley, J., Cohen, L. & Duberley, J. (1999). Fuelling discovery or monitoring productivity: research scientists' changing perceptions of management. Organisation. 6(3),
McAuley, J., Cohen, L. & Duberley, J. (1999). The purpose and process of science: contrasting understandings in UK research establishments. R&D Management. 29(2),
McAuley, J (1994). Exploring issues in culture and competence. Human Relations. 47(4),Authored Books, edited books, chapters in a book or updating a textbook
McAuley, J., Duberley, J. & Johnson, P. (2013). Organization Theory: Challenges and Perspectives (Second Edition). Prentice Hall
McAuley, J., Duberley, J., Johnson, P (2007). Organisation Theory: Challenges and Perspectives. London, Financial Times; Prentice Hall
McAuley, J (2007). Organization Theory: Challenges and Perspectives. Prentice Hall
McAuley, J., Darwin, J., Johnson, P (2002). Developing Strategies for Change,. London, Financial Times, Prentice Hall.
McAuley, J., Darwin, J. & Johnson, P. (2002). Developing strategies for change. Prentice Hall
McAuley, J (2004). Essential Guide to Qualitative Methods in Organizational Research.. In Hermeneutic Understanding.
McAuley, J (2001). Johnson, G. and Scholes, K., (eds.) Exploring public sector strategy.. In The relationship between quality, approaches to ma. Harlow, England, Pearson Education, 250-269.
McAuley, J (2001). Exploring Public Sector Strategy.. In The relationship between quality, approaches to management control, and the achievement of best value in public sector professional service organisations. Pearson Education
McAuley, J (1996). Business Ethics and Business Behaviour. In Ethical issues in the management of change. Thomson Business PressRefereed conference papers or key note speaker
McAuley, J., Cohen, L. & Duberley, J. (1999). Frorging frontiers or adding value: changing discourses of science in a market economy. NATO Advanced Research Workshop. May 1999
McAuley, J., Tietze, S., Cohen, L. & Duberley, J. (2000). Developing the interface between centre and periphery as an agent for organisational learning: issues of strategy and local knowledge. 3rd International Conference on Organisational Learning.. May 2000Article/book reviews
McAuley, J (1997). Work, Death and Life Itselt. Human Relations. 50.Working papers
McAuley, J., Tietze, S., Cohen, L. & Duberley, J. (1999). Developing the interface between centre and periphery as an agent for organisational learning: issues of strategy and local knowledge.. Organiszational Learning: 3rd International Conference..
McAuley, J., Sacks, R. (1999). Towards an understanding of the interplay between risk and predictability as elements in the consultant and client relationship.. 2nd International Conference on Management Consultancy.
McAuley, J (1996). Achieving quality practice in a competitive environment. .Back to list