Number of items at this level: 10.
Collings, David (2014) Toward mature talent management: beyond shareholder value. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 25 (3). pp. 301-319. ISSN 1044-8004
Geare, A. and Edgar, F. and Harney, Brian and Cafferkey, K. and Dundon, T. (2014) Exploring the ideological undercurrents of HRM: Workplace values and beliefs in Ireland & New Zealand. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25 (16). pp. 2275-2294. ISSN 0958-5192
Collings, David (2014) Integrating global mobility and global talent management: Exploring the challenges and strategic opportunities. Journal of World Business, 49 (2). pp. 253-261. ISSN 1090-9516
Harney, Brian and Monks, Kathy (2014) Introduction- strategic HRM: research and practice in Ireland. In: Strategic HRM: Research and Practice in Ireland. Orpen Press, Dublin, pp. 1-13. ISBN 978-1-909895-19-5
Fallon-Byrne, Lucy (2013) Developing the microfoundations of dynamic capability for innovation: a human resource management perspective. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Fu, Na (2013) Exploring the impact of high performance work systems in professional service firms: A practices-resources-uses-performance approach. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 65 (3). pp. 240-257. ISSN 1065-9293
Harney, Brian (2013) Book review: Reassessing the employment relationship. Irish Journal of Management, 33 (1). pp. 125-129. ISSN 1649-248X
Alexopoulos, Angelos and Lynn, Theo (2010) Business school techspectations Technology in the daily lives and educational experiences of business students. Other. Dublin City University.
Alexopoulos, Angelos and Bruton, Neil and Gorman, Louise and Linehan, Kieran and Lynn, Theo and O'Leary, Michael (2010) Gifted techspectations: A report on information and communications technology usage and expectations Of Irish gifted and talented students for The Irish Centre For Talented Youth. Other. Dublin City University.
Lynn, Theo and Clancy, Rosemary and O'Leary, Michael (2010) The print and packaging forum: A report on the print industry’s review of its own performance. Other. Dublin City University.