Browsing All posts tagged under »organisational resilience«

Chapter 3: Research Methods

August 23, 2012


For the sources of the quotes, please use the Bibliography (which includes links to those available on the  web). Don’t forget that it’s fine for you to use this work for your own purposes, so long as you credit the source. For private or commercial purposes please credit Charley Newnham and include a link to her Linked […]


August 18, 2012


I know the bibliography usually comes at the end, but some of you have asked for this so I’m posting it now.  Hope it’s helpful.  There are weblinks where the material is/was available online for free or as part of a journal subscription, or via Amazon for books. p.s. If you don’t have a journal […]

Abstract and acknowledgements

January 10, 2012


This weekend I will print “the thing”, otherwise known as 101 pages of thesis.  It’s been proofed to within an inch of its life, in terms of spelling and grammar. Moreover, the copyright issue is now resolved.  You may remember that I had concerns about “handing” copyright to the University, as their guidelines seemed to […]

Name That Thesis!

November 2, 2011


Dear Reader, Ok, what do we think of this as the first stab at a newly revised title? GOLD OR DUST? Predicting individual leaders propensity for resilient behaviours in an organisational context  What do you think?  Gold or dust? Ok, so it’s time to confess, where I’m at and ask you to encourage me along! As […]

Resilience is not an operational function

September 5, 2011


Yep, thought that might get your attention. I’m sitting in my local library.  I came here because I wanted to go through my dissertation draft to date to pull out all the lines of enquiry for my primary research. I thought being here would mean I couldn’t sneak on the internet and be distracted.  What […]