2010 - Richard Whipp Lifetime Achievement Award, British Academy of Management
Fellow of the British Academy of Management
Organizational learning and Organizational culture are two areas of study in which Mark Easterby-Smith engages in interdisciplinary research. His research links Public relations with Organizational culture. His Public relations study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Organizational studies. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Organizational studies and Knowledge management. He connects Knowledge management with Organization development in his study. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Organization development and Organizational learning. The study of Electrical engineering is intertwined with the study of Current (fluid) in a number of ways. His Electrical engineering research extends to the thematically linked field of Current (fluid). Mark Easterby-Smith performs multidisciplinary studies into Law and Politics in his work.
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Management research : an introduction
Mark Easterby-Smith;Richard Thorpe;Andy Lowe.
Disciplines of Organizational Learning: Contributions and Critiques
Organizational learning: debates past, present and future
Mark Easterby-Smith;Mary Crossan;Davide Nicolini.
Handbook of organizational learning and knowledge management
Mark P. V. Easterby-Smith;Marjorie Lyles.
Inter-Organizational Knowledge Transfer: Current Themes and Future Prospects
Mark Easterby-Smith;Marjorie A. Lyles;Eric W. K. Tsang.
Management and Business Research
Mark Easterby-Smith;Richard Thorpe;Paul R. Jackson.
Dynamic Capabilities: Current Debates and Future Directions
Mark P. V. Easterby-Smith;Marjorie Lyles;Margaret A. Peteraf.
Dynamic Capabilities and Knowledge Management: an Integrative Role for Learning?*
Mark Easterby-Smith;Isabel M. Prieto.
Organizational Learning and the Learning Organization : Developments in Theory and Practice
Mark Easterby‐Smith;John Burgoyne;Luis Araujo.
Organizational learning: current debates and opportunities
M P Easterby-Smith;L M Araujo.
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