Ian Kirkpatrick
Ian Kirkpatrick
Professor of Public Management, University of York
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HR and analytics: why HR is set to fail the big data challenge
D Angrave, A Charlwood, I Kirkpatrick, M Lawrence, M Stuart
Human resource management journal 26 (1), 1-11, 2016
The new managerialism and public service professions
I Kirkpatrick, S Ackroyd, R Walker
Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 43-44, 2005
Public management reform in the UK and its consequences for professional organization: A comparative analysis
S Ackroyd, I Kirkpatrick, RM Walker
Public administration 85 (1), 9-26, 2007
Introduction: Professions and organizations-a conceptual framework
D Muzio, I Kirkpatrick
Current sociology 59 (4), 389-405, 2011
The politics of quality in the public sector: the management of change
I Kirkpatrick, M Martinez-Lucio
(No Title), 1995
Archetype theory and the changing professional organization: a critique and alternative
I Kirkpatrick, S Ackroyd
Organization 10 (4), 731-750, 2003
Medicine and management in a comparative perspective: the case of Denmark and England
I Kirkpatrick, PK Jespersen, M Dent, I Neogy
Sociology of health & illness 31 (5), 642-658, 2009
Clinicians on the board: what difference does it make?
G Veronesi, I Kirkpatrick, F Vallascas
Social science & medicine 77, 147-155, 2013
Non-standard employment in the management and professional workforce: training, consultation and gender implications
K Hoque, I Kirkpatrick
Work, employment and society 17 (4), 667-689, 2003
Transforming the professional archetype? The new managerialism in UK social services
I Kirkpatrick, S Ackroyd
Public Management Review 5 (4), 511-531, 2003
Alternative pathways of change in professional services firms: The case of management consulting
M Kipping, I Kirkpatrick
Journal of Management Studies 50 (5), 777-807, 2013
Theory and practice of participant observation
R Delbridge, I Kirkpatrick
Principles and practice in business and management research 1, 35-62, 1994
Professions, organizations and the state: Applying the sociology of the professions to the case of management consultancy
D Muzio, I Kirkpatrick, M Kipping
Current Sociology 59 (6), 805-824, 2011
A retreat from permanent employment? Accounting for the rise of professional agency work in UK public services
I Kirkpatrick, K Hoque
Work, employment and society 20 (4), 649-666, 2006
The Translation of Hospital Management Models in E uropean Health Systems: A Framework for Comparison
I Kirkpatrick, B Bullinger, F Lega, M Dent
British Journal of Management 24, S48-S61, 2013
Supervising professional work under new public management: evidence from an ‘invisible trade’
M Kitchener, I Kirkpatrick, R Whipp
British Journal of Management 11 (3), 213-226, 2000
The contested terrain of hospital management: Professional projects and healthcare reforms in Denmark
I Kirkpatrick, M Dent, PK Jespersen
Current Sociology 59 (4), 489-506, 2011
Markets, bureaucracy and public management: The worst of both worlds? Public services without markets or bureaucracy
I Kirkpatrick
Public Money and Management 19 (4), 7-14, 1999
Agency working and the degradation of public service employment: The case of nurses and social workers
A De Ruyter, I Kirkpatrick, K Hoque, C Lonsdale, J Malan
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 19 (3), 432-445, 2008
Introduction: The contract state and the future of public management
I Kirkpatrick, MM Lucio
Public Administration 74 (1), 1-8, 1996
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