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Number of items: 21.

2017

Storey, John and Salaman, Graeme (2017). Employee ownership and the drive to do business responsibly: A study of the John Lewis Partnership. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 33(2) pp. 339–354. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2016

Salaman, Graeme and Storey, John (2016). A Better Way of Doing Business? Lessons from the John Lewis Partnership. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2014

Storey, John; Basterretxea, Imanol and Salaman, Graeme (2014). Managing and resisting ‘degeneration’ in employee-owned businesses: a comparative study of two large retailers in Spain and the UK. Organization, 21(5) pp. 626–644. file

2010

Storey, John; Holti, Richard; Winchester, Nik; Green, Rod; Salaman, Graeme and Bate, Paul (2010). The intended and unintended outcomes of new governance arrangements within the NHS. Queen’s Printer and Controller of HMSO.

2009

Storey, John and Salaman, Graeme (2009). Managerial Dilemmas: Exploiting Paradox for Strategic Leadership. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Salaman, Graeme and Storey, John (2009). ‘Nature has no outline, but imagination has’ contrasting executive renditions of the ‘commitment to innovation’. European Management Journal, 27(4) pp. 234–242.

2008

Salaman, Graeme and Storey, John (2008). Understanding Enterprise. Organization, 15(3) pp. 315–323.

Storey, John and Salaman, Graeme (2008). Business Models and their Implications for Skills. ESRC SKOPE, Cardiff and Oxford. file

Storey, John; Salaman, Graeme and Holti, Richard (2008). Executive directors' knowledge. In: Scarbrough, Harry ed. The Evolution of Business Knowledge. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 51–70.

Salaman, John and Storey, John (2008). Reply to Fenwick. Organization, 15(3) pp. 333–334.

2007

Woldesenbet, Kassa; Storey, John and Salaman, John (2007). Senior managers' business knowledge in a transition economy. Management Research News, 30(4) pp. 252–270.

2005

Storey, John and Salaman, John (2005). The knowledge work of general managers. Journal of General Management, 31(2) pp. 57–73.

Storey, John; Salaman, Graeme and Platman, Kerry (2005). Living with enterprise in an enterprise economy: freelance and contract workers in the media. Human Relations, 58(8) pp. 1033–1054.

Salaman, Graeme (2005). Bureaucracy and beyond: managers and leaders in the 'post-bureaucratic' organization. In: Du Gay, Paul ed. The values of bureaucracy. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 141–164.

Storey, John and Salaman, Graham (2005). Managers of innovation: insights into making innovation happen. Management, Organizations and Business Series. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing, p. 250.

2003

Salaman, John (2003). Competences of managers, competences of leaders. In: Storey, John ed. Leadership in organizations: current issues and key trends. London, UK: Routledge.

Salaman, John Graham and Asch, David (2003). Strategy and capability: sustaining organizational change. Management, Organizations and Business. Blackwell.

2002

Salaman, Graeme and Storey, John (2002). Managers' theories about the process of innovation. Journal of Management Studies, 39(2) pp. 147–165.

2001

Salaman, John (2001). Towards a sociology of management consultancy: understanding advice. In: Clark, Timothy and Fincham, Robin eds. Critical consulting: new perspectives on the management advice industry. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 247–260.

Salaman, Graeme ed. (2001). Decision-making for business: a Reader. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Salaman, Graeme (2001). A response to Snell: The learning organization: Fact or fiction? Human Relations, 54(3) pp. 343–359.

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