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Storey, John and Holti, Richard (2020). Innovating Healthcare: The Role of Political, Managerial and Clinical Leadership. Routledge Studies in Health Management. Abingdon: Routledge.

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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.

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Borgstrom, E.; Schiff, R.; Khan, S. A.; Hindley, E.; Thayabaran, D.; Savage, E.; Gough, N. and Holti, R. (2019). Practices, Issues and Possibilities at the interface between Geriatrics and Palliative Care: An Exploratory study (InGaP). Age and Ageing, 48(Supplement) i27-i30.

Holti, Richard (2011). Understanding institutional change in project-based organizing. Journal of Applied Behavioural Science, 47(3) pp. 360–394.

Storey, John and Holti, Richard (2009). Sense-making by clinical and non-clinical executive directors within new governance arrangements. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 23(2) pp. 149–169.

Nicolini, Davide; Holti, Richard and Smalley, Mark (2001). Integrating project activities: the theory and practice of managing the supply chain through clusters. Construction Management and Economics, 19(1) pp. 37–47.

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Holti, Richard and Storey, John (2008). Sense-making by clinical and non-clinical executive directors with new governance arrangements. In: Academy of Management Annual Meeting: the questions we ask, 8-13 Aug 2008, Anaheim, CA, USA, Open University Business School.

Holti, Richard (2006). Understanding social capital in developing collaboration for project-based organising. In: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Aug 11-16, Atlanta, Georgia.

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Holti, Richard; Smalley, Mark and Smith, Katy (2007). Advancing the integration of the supply chain in construction: The challenges for commerical practice. Constructing Intelligence, London, UK.


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