His study connects Keratinocyte growth factor and Receptor. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Keratinocyte growth factor and Growth factor via his papers. Growth factor is closely attributed to Receptor in his study. Patrick C. Flood merges many fields, such as Biochemistry and Neuroscience, in his writings. He combines Neuroscience and Pharmacology in his research. His research brings together the fields of Neuroprotection and Pharmacology. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Neuroprotection and NMDA receptor in his work. While working on this project, Patrick C. Flood studies both NMDA receptor and Memantine. His research on Memantine frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Biochemistry.
His study explores the link between Ambidexterity and topics such as Knowledge management that cross with problems in Organizational performance. Patrick C. Flood regularly ties together related areas like Knowledge management in his Organizational performance studies. His research on Immunology often connects related areas such as Microglia. Patrick C. Flood applies his multidisciplinary studies on Microglia and Inflammation in his research. Inflammation and Immunology are frequently intertwined in his study. Biochemistry and Cell growth are commonly linked in his work. Patrick C. Flood combines topics linked to Quality (philosophy) with his work on Epistemology. His work on Quality (philosophy) is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Epistemology. Receptor is closely attributed to Internal medicine in his research.
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Top management team diversity, group process, and strategic consensus
Don Knight;Craig L. Pearce;Ken G. Smith;Judy D. Olian.
Determinants of Innovative Work Behaviour: Development and Test of an Integrated Model
Nagarajan Ramamoorthy;Patrick C. Flood;Tracy Slattery;Ron Sardessai.
Causes and consequences of psychological contracts among knowledge workers in the high technology and financial services industries
Patrick C. Flood;Thomas Turner;Nagarajan Ramamoorthy;Jill Pearson.
The impact of diversity and equality management on firm performance: Beyond high performance work systems
Claire Armstrong;Patrick C. Flood;James P. Guthrie;Wenchuan Liu.
Human Resource Management (2010)
High performance work systems in Ireland: human resource and organizational outcomes
James P. Guthrie;Patrick C. Flood;Wenchuan Liu;Sarah MacCurtain.
International Journal of Human Resource Management (2009)
Promoting Effective Psychological Contracts Through Leadership: The Missing Link Between HR Strategy and Performance
Aoife Mary McDermott;Edel Conway;Denise M. Rousseau;Patrick C. Flood.
Chief executive leadership style, consensus decision making, and top management team effectiveness
Patrick C. Flood;Eithne Hannan;Ken G. Smith;Thomas Turner.
The role of human capital philosophy in promoting firm innovativeness and performance: test of a causal model
T.T. Selvarajan;Nagarajan Ramamoorthy;Patrick C. Flood;James P. Guthrie.
International Journal of Human Resource Management (2007)
How do high performance work systems influence organizational innovation in professional service firms
Na Fu;Patrick C. Flood;Janine Bosak;Tim Morris.
Employee Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions: A Test of the Main and Moderating Effects of Individualism-Collectivism Orientations
Nagarajan Ramamoorthy;Patrick C. Flood.
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