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Bignell, Victor and Fortune, Joyce (1984). Understanding Systems Failures. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

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Johnson, Jeffrey; Fortune, Joyce and Bromley, Jane (2018). Multilevel systems and policy. In: Mitleton-Kelly, Eve; Paraskevas, Alexandros and Day, Christopher eds. Handbook of Research Methods in Complexity Science: Theory and Applications. London: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 363–387.

Johnson, Jeffrey; Fortune, Joyce and Bromley, Jane M. (2017). Systems, Networks and Policy. In: Johnson, Jeffrey; Nowak, Andrzej; Ormerod, Paul; Rosewell, Bridget and Zhang, Yi-Chang eds. Non-Equilibrium Social Science and Policy: Introduction and Essays on New and Changing Paradigms in Socio-Economic Thinking. Understanding Complex Systems. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, pp. 111–134.

Fortune, Joyce and Peters, Geoff (2006). Systems analysis of failures as a quality management tool. In: Smith, Denis and Elliott, Dominic eds. Key readings in crisis management: systems and structures for prevention and recovery. Routledge.

Peters, Geoffrey and Fortune, Joyce (2003). The Formal system paradigm for studying failures. In: Midgley, G. ed. Systems thinking: systems theories and modelling (4 vols). Sage Library in Business and Management, 2. Sage, pp. 383–390.

Pearce, Trevor and Fortune, Joyce (2002). Taking account of human rights. In: Ragsdell, G; West, D and Wilby, J eds. Systems theory and practice in the Knowledge Age: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of the UK Systems Society, held July 7th to 10th, 2002, at York University, UK. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum, pp. 275–282.

Fortune, Joyce and White, Diana (2002). Emergent or just unexpected? In: Ragsdell, G; West, D and Wilby, J eds. Systems theory and practice in the Knowledge Age: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of the UK Systems Society, held July 7th to 10th, 2002, at York University, UK. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum, pp. 3–10.

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Fortune, Joyce; Peters, Geoffrey and Short, Lawson (2015). Shared understanding during design and delivery: the case of a large-scale information systems program. International Journal of Project Organisation and Management, 7(4) pp. 327–338.

Savory, Clive and Fortune, Joyce (2014). From translational research to open technology innovation systems. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 29(2) pp. 200–220.

Savory, Clive and Fortune, Joyce (2014). An emergent sectoral innovation system for healthcare services. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 27(6) pp. 512–529.

Jugdev, Kam; Perkins, David; Fortune, Joyce; White, Diana and Walker, Derek (2013). An exploratory study of project success with tools, software and methods. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 6(3) pp. 534–551.

White, Diana and Fortune, Joyce (2012). Using systems thinking to evaluate a major project: The case of the Gateshead Millennium Bridge. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 19(2) pp. 205–228.

Fortune, Joyce; White, Diana; Jugdev, Kam and Walker, Derek (2011). Looking again at current practice in project management. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 4(4) pp. 553–572.

White, Diana and Fortune, Joyce (2009). The project-specific Formal System Model. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 2(1) pp. 36–52.

Ellis, Elaine; Fortune, Joyce and Peters, Geoff (2007). Partnership problems: analysis and re-design. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 9(1) pp. 34–51.

Fortune, Joyce and White, Diana (2006). Framing of project critical success factors by a systems model. International Journal of Project Management, 24(1) pp. 53–65.

White, Diana and Fortune, Joyce (2002). Current practice in project management – an empirical study. International Journal of Project Management, 20(1) pp. 1–11.

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Savory, Clive and Fortune, Joyce (2013). NHS adoption of NHS-developed technologies. NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation Programme, Southampton, UK.

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