Critical Reflection at Work: Insights from an Insider Organisational Ethnography

 

I’m very proud to have published a chapter with Dr. Richard J. Cotter titled ‘Critical Reflection at Work: Insights from an Insider Organisational Ethnography’ in a new book on Human Resource Development titled Realising Critical HRD: Stories of Reflecting, Voicing and Enacting Critical Practice.  One of the biggest achievements of this piece (which is owed entirely to Richard) is the introduction of some of Hannah Arendt’s theories to the field of Critical Human Resource Management.  Full details of the publication are as follows:

‘Critical Reflection at Work: Insights from an Insider Organisational Ethnography’ with Richard J. Cotter Realising Crititical HRD: Stories of Reflecting, Voicing and Enacting Critical Practice (Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing) ed.s Jamie L. Callahan, Jim Stewart, Clare Rigg, Sally Sambrook & Kiran Trehan, 37-64.

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