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Fellow of the British Academy of Management
Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Adrian John Wilkinson focuses on Human resource management, Public relations, Industrial relations, Total quality management and Knowledge management. His research integrates issues of Quality, Economic system, Engineering ethics and Human resources in his study of Human resource management. His work on Employee voice and Organizational culture as part of general Public relations research is frequently linked to Empirical data, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Industrial relations research incorporates elements of Marketing, Management process and Meaning. The concepts of his Total quality management study are interwoven with issues in Management, Organizational effectiveness, Empowerment and Quality management. He has researched Knowledge management in several fields, including Discipline and Aerospace.
Adrian John Wilkinson mostly deals with Human resource management, Industrial relations, Public relations, Management and Total quality management. His Human resource management study is concerned with the larger field of Knowledge management. His studies in Industrial relations integrate themes in fields like Political economy, Applied economics, Labour economics, Economy and Marketing.
His research integrates issues of Context, General partnership and Empowerment in his study of Public relations. His Total quality management study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Quality management. His research ties Process management and Operations management together.
Adrian John Wilkinson spends much of his time researching Industrial relations, Human resource management, Public relations, Employee voice and Knowledge management. His Industrial relations study incorporates themes from Field, Balanced scorecard, Demographic economics and Value. His work deals with themes such as Marketing, Conversation, Health care and Workforce, which intersect with Human resource management.
His Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Representation, Form of the Good, Human resources, Job satisfaction and Qualitative research. His Employee voice research focuses on Discipline and how it relates to Conceptualization. His work carried out in the field of Knowledge management brings together such families of science as Public sector, Performance management, Convergence and Line management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Industrial relations, Human resource management, Public relations, Employee voice and Balanced scorecard. Adrian John Wilkinson conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Industrial relations and Employment relationship through his research. His Human resource management study is concerned with Knowledge management in general.
His Public relations research incorporates themes from Relation and Order. His Employee voice research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Phenomenon, Convergence and Compensation. The various areas that Adrian John Wilkinson examines in his Balanced scorecard study include Public economics, Applied economics, Commission, Polarization and Diagrammatic reasoning.
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Empowerment: theory and practice
Adrian John Wilkinson.
Personnel Review (1998)
Human Resource Management at Work
Mick Marchington;Adrian John Wilkinson.
Organizational Failure: a critique of recent research and a proposed integrative framework
Kamel Mellahi;Adrian Wilkinson.
International Journal of Management Reviews (2004)
The meanings and purpose of employee voice
Tony Dundon;Adrian John Wilkinson;Mick Marchington;Peter Ackers.
International Journal of Human Resource Management (2004)
Employment relations in SMEs
Adrian John Wilkinson.
Employee Relations (1999)
The sustainability debate
Adrian John Wilkinson;Malcolm Hill;Paul Gollan.
International Journal of Operations & Production Management (2001)
Managing with total quality management : theory and practice
Adrian John Wilkinson;Tom Redman;Ed Snape;Mick Marchington.
Contemporary Human Resource Management: Text and Cases
Tom Redman;Adrian John Wilkinson.
Making Quality Critical: New Perspectives on Organizational Change
Adrian John Wilkinson;Hugh Willmott.
New Developments in Employee Involvement
Mick Marchington;John Goodman;Adrian Wilkinson;Peter Ackers.
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