2023 - Research.com Business and Management in United Kingdom Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in United Kingdom Leader Award
Public relations, Middle management, Organizational learning, Knowledge management and Identity are his primary areas of study. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Modernization theory, Elite, Health care and Bureaucracy. His Health care study combines topics in areas such as Schema, Knowledge broker, Body of knowledge and Normative.
His Middle management research integrates issues from Legitimacy, Professional networks and Demise. His Organizational learning research incorporates themes from Psychosocial, Knowledge sharing, Social structure and Human resource management. Graeme Currie interconnects Organizational performance, Role conflict and Role theory in the investigation of issues within Identity.
Graeme Currie mainly focuses on Public relations, Health care, Knowledge management, Middle management and Public administration. His Public relations research includes elements of Public sector, National health service and Management development. His work in Management development tackles topics such as Health services which are related to areas like Managerialism.
His Health care study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Legitimacy and Autonomy. His Knowledge management research incorporates elements of Resource-based view and Patient safety. His Middle management study frequently links to related topics such as Management.
His primary scientific interests are in Public relations, Health care, Misconduct, Knowledge management and Health services research. His work on Voluntary sector is typically connected to Project commissioning as part of general Public relations study, connecting several disciplines of science. His work carried out in the field of Health care brings together such families of science as Identity, Interrogation, Capacity building, Risk analysis and Public management.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Deviance, Phenomenon and Professional boundaries in addition to Misconduct. His research in Knowledge management focuses on subjects like Organizational theory, which are connected to Intervention and Intervention implementation. Graeme Currie has included themes like Qualitative research, Health informatics, Evidence-based practice and Health administration in his Health services research study.
His primary areas of study are Health care, Public relations, Misconduct, Interrogation and Identity. His research integrates issues of Population ageing, Development economics, Diffusion and Public management in his study of Health care. His research links Autonomy with Public relations.
His work focuses on many connections between Misconduct and other disciplines, such as White-collar crime, that overlap with his field of interest in Professional association. His studies deal with areas such as Public administration, Transparency and Set as well as Interrogation. The Identity study combines topics in areas such as Knowledge sharing, Service improvement and Process.
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The Antecedents of Middle Managers’ Strategic Contribution: The Case of a Professional Bureaucracy
Graeme Currie;Stephen J. Procter.
Institutional Work to Maintain Professional Power: Recreating the Model of Medical Professionalism
Graeme Currie;Andy Lockett;Rachael Finn;Graham Martin.
A Narratological Approach to Understanding Processes of Organizing in a UK Hospital
Graeme Currie;Andrew D. Brown.
Managing Expert Knowledge: Organizational Challenges and Managerial Futures for the UK Medical Profession:
Justin Waring;Graeme Currie.
Human resource management and knowledge management: enhancing knowledge sharing in a pharmaceutical company
Graeme Currie;Maire Kerrin.
Hybrid manager-professionals' identity work : the maintenance and hybridization of medical professionalism in managerial contexts
Gerry McGivern;Graeme Currie;Ewan Ferlie;Louise Fitzgerald.
The Impact of Institutional Forces Upon Knowledge Sharing in the UK NHS: The Triumph of Professional Power and the Inconsistency of Policy
Graeme Currie;Olga Suhomlinova.
Exploring the relationship between HR and middle managers
Graeme Currie;Stephen Procter.
Distributing Leadership in Health and Social Care: Concertive, Conjoint or Collective?
Graeme Currie;Andy Lockett.
ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP IN THE ENGLISH PUBLIC SECTOR: PARADOX OR POSSIBILITY?
Graeme Currie;Mike Humphreys;Deniz Ucbasaran;Steve McMANUS.
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