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Prof David Collins

Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

David Collins

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Rethinking Organizational Culture: Redeeming Culture through Stories, Collins, D. 2 Apr 2021
  • Management Gurus: A Research Overview, Collins, D. 9 Jul 2020
  • Success and Failure in Professional Projects: The nature, contours and limits of consulting professionalism, Collins, D., Butler, N. 1 Jul 2020, In: British Journal of Management
  • The Organizational Storytelling Workbook: How to harness this powerful management and communication tool, Collins, D. 30 Jul 2020
  • Auditors and Regulatory Work (1987-2013): From reporting accountants to skilled persons' reports, Collins, D., Dewing, I., Russell, P. 16 Sep 2019, In: Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal
  • Management's Gurus, Collins, D. 28 Mar 2019, The Oxford Handbook of Management Ideas, Oxford, Oxford University Press
  • «Tornar a fer gran Amèrica»: el projecte d’excel·lència en retrospectiva, Collins, D. 24 May 2019, In: Debats
  • Stories for Management Success: The Power of Talk in Organizations, Collins, D. 9 Mar 2018

Qualifications

  • Management Studies PhD July 10 2006
  • Senior Fellow (SFHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2020


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