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Professional Manager 8,9
Engineering climate change in organisations Professional Manager  17(1) January 2008, 41
Int Journal of Knowledge Culture & Change Management
How It Feels To Work Here   Improving Organisational Climate  International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management  Vol. 8, Issue 9, 2008, 85-92
Product & Service Development
Product and Service Development and Quality Function Deployment (with A P Judge) Chelmsford, Earlybrave Publications, 2002 ISBN 1900432420
The Padua Paradigm
The Padua Paradigm  Chelmsford, Earlybrave Publications, 2002 ISBN 1900432374
Cluster Profiling
Cluster Profiling in Personnel Selection  Chelmsford, Earlybrave Publications, 2001 ISBN 1900432269
Organisational Climate and Project Success  International Journal of Project Management  Vol 19 No 2, 2001
IJPM 19,2
Examines six key themes which have been shown to aid successful product innovation and bring real competitive advantage. QFD ~ a specific technique for design and development - is described in a step by step guide
An assessment tool to help managers determine the current atate of their organisational climate - and how it affects performance
Describes a graphical mapping technique which simplifies the comparison of qualities and attributes possessed by applicants with those required for optimal job performance.
A research report showing that the outcomes of projects are affected by the climate, or perceived atmosphere, of an organisation
Subjective impressions of how well a work environment meets deep-seated psychological needs determine the organisation’s climate. Research shows that favourable organisational climates are correlated with high performance
Improvinge positive organisational climate climate factors reducing or eliminating negative ones is likely to produce improvements in performance and also in the happiness and wellbeing of co-workers
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