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Number of items: 21.

Book Chapter

Carlisle, Ysanne (2001). Strategic thinking and knowledge management. In: Little, Stephen; Quintas, Paul and Ray, Tim eds. Managing knowledge: an essential reader. Sage Publications Ltd, pp. 122–138.

Journal Article

Carlisle, Ysanne (2011). Complexity dynamics: managerialism and undesirable emergence in healthcare organisations. Journal of Medical Marketing, 11(4) pp. 284–293. file

McMillan, Elizabeth and Carlisle, Ysanne (2007). Strategy as Order Emerging from Chaos: A Public Sector Experience. Long Range Planning, 40(6) pp. 574–593. file

Carlisle, Ysanne and McMillan, Elizabeth (2006). Innovation in organizations from a complex adaptive systems perspective. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 8(1) pp. 2–9. file

Carlisle, Ysanne and McMillan, Elizabeth (2006). Guest editors introduction to special issue 'Complexity and Innovation'. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 8(1) vi-ix.

Carlisle, Ysanne and Faulkner, David (2005). The strategy of reputation. Strategic Change, 14(8) pp. 413–422.

Faulkner, David; Carlisle, Ysanne M. and Viney, Howard P. (2005). Changing corporate attitudes towards environmental policy. Management of Environmental Quality, 16(5) pp. 476–489. file

Carlisle, Ysanne and Baden-Fuller, Charles (2004). Re-applying beliefs: an analysis of change in the oil industry. Organization Studies, 25(6) pp. 987–1019. file

Carlisle, Ysanne M. and Faulkner, David O. (2004). Corporate social responsibility: a stages framework. European Business Journal, 16(4) pp. 143–151. file

Carlisle, Ysanne and Dean, Alison (1999). Design as knowledge integration capability. Creativity and Innovation Management, 8(2) pp. 112–121.

Carlisle, Ysanne and Baden-Fuller, Charles (1999). Punctuated and continuous change: The UK water industry. British Journal of Management, 10(s1) pp. 3–19.

Carlisle, Ysanne and Manning, David J. (1996). The domain of professional business ethics. Organization, 3(3) pp. 341–360.

Carlisle, Y. M and Manning, D. J. (1996). The ideology of technology and the birth of the global economy. Technology in Society, 18(1) pp. 61–77.

Manning, David and Carlisle, Ysanne (1995). The ideologies of modern politics. Political Studies, 43(3) pp. 482–496.

Carlisle, Ysanne and Manning, David J. (1994). The concept of ideology and work motivation. Organization Studies, 15(5) pp. 683–703.

Conference Item

Carlisle, Y. and McMillan, E. (2005). Complexity and innovation. In: Complexity, Science and Society Conference, 11-14 Sept 2005, Liverpool, UK.

McMillan, Elizabeth and Carlisle, Ysanne (2003). Complexity, strategic thinking and organisational change. In: 17th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, 2 - 5 December 2003, Freemantle, Western Australia, Australia. file

Carlisle, Ysanne and McMillan, Elizabeth (2002). Thinking differently about strategy: comparing paradigms. In: 16th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, 4-7 December 2002, Beechworth, Victoria , Australia. file

Baden-Fuller, C.; McNamara, P.; Daniel, E. M.; Kretschmer, M.; Tomkin, N.; Carlisle, Y.; Howell, J.; Fransman, M. and Dean, A. (1999). The development and exploitation of knowledge in complex projects. In: 19th Strategic Management Society Annual International Conference: Winning Strategies in a Deconstructing World, 3-6 October 1999, Berlin, Germany.

Carlisle, Y.; Fuller, C. B. and Dean, A. (1999). Radical and incremental change in the UK water industry. In: Strategic Management Society Annual Conference: Tailoring Strategy - One Size Does Not Fit All, 1-4 November 1998, Orlando, USA.

Carlisle, Ysanne (1994). Towards a more unified theory of international business. In: 20th Annual Proceedings of the Academy of International Business, April 1994, Reading, UK.

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