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Glover, Hayley; Myers, Fran and Collins, Hilary (2023). Stop all the clocks: Narratives of independence, interdependence, and resistance in digital teaching when the everyday is every day. In: BSA WES2023: British Sociological Association, Work Employment and Society Conference, 13-15 Sep 2023, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, UK, (In Press).

Collins, Hilary; Myers, Fran and Glover, Hayley (2023). Imaging the pandemic: Higher Education tutors’ narratives and photographs of precarious online living and learning. In: SRHE International Research Conference 2023, 4-8 Dec 2023, Aston University, Birmingham, UK.

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Collins, Hilary and Saliba, Cosette (2020). Connecting people to purpose builds a sustainable business model at Bark House. Global Business and Organizational Excellence, 39(3) pp. 29–37.

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Collins, Hilary and Saliba, Cosette (2019). Our Common Purpose: Understanding the Relationship Between SMEs’ and their Stakeholders within Sustainability-Oriented Innovation. The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice, 15(2) pp. 15–38.

Collins, Hilary and Saliba, Cosette (2019). Our Common Purpose Understanding the Relationship between Small and Medium Enterprises and their Stakeholders within Sustainability-oriented Innovation. The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice, 15(2) pp. 15–38.

Collins, Hilary; Jones Myers, Fran and Glover, Hayley (2019). Winter is coming? Academic identity transitions for a digitized and precarious landscape. In: European Group for Organisational Studies: Sub Theme 15: 'Faking it: Identity Work in an age of exclusion.

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Collins, Hilary (2018). The colliding virtual and physical academic working environment. In: 12th International Conference on e-Learning, 17-19 Jul 2018, Madrid, Spain.

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Collins, Hilary (2013). Can Design Thinking Still Add Value? Design Management Review, 24(2) pp. 35–39.

Collins, Hilary and Kemp, Linzi (2013). Impact of accreditation on organizational identity: A case of two business schools. In: British Academy of Management Conference 2013, 10-12 Sep 2013, Liverpool, UK.

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Collins, Hilary (2012). Social innovation and the designer-the future? In: British Academy of Management Conference 2012, Sep 2012, Cardiff, UK.

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Collins, Hilary; Crispin-Mazet, Florence and Goglio-Primard, Karine (2011). Using branding to effect internal change at Spie Batignolles. Global Business and Organizational Excellence, 31(1) pp. 63–70.

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Collins, Hilary and Pinder, Mike (2010). How will developments within digital technologies affect creative industries? In: British Academy of Management conference 2010, Sep 2010, Sheffield, England.

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Collins, Hilary J. (2009). Emotion and Identity in Flagship Luxury Design. In: Kent, Tony and Brown, Reva eds. Flagship Marketing: Concepts and places. Routledge Advances in Management and Business Studies. Oxon: Routledge, pp. 32–45.

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Collins, Hilary (2007). Identity through flagship design in the UAE. In: EURAM 2007: Current Management Thinking: Drawing from Social Sciences and Humanities to Address Contemporary Challenges, 16-19 May 2007, Paris, France.

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Collins, Hilary (2006). Emotion and identity through the built environment. In: EURAM 2006: Energizing European Management!, 17-20 May 2006, Oslo, Norway.

Collins, Hilary (2006). Identity through the built environment. In: British Academy of Management Conference 2006, Sep 2006, Belfast, UK.

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