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1.Peer-reviewed research publications
‘Nursing management, religion and spirituality: a bibliometric review, a research agenda and implications for practice’ Journal of Nursing Management Vol. 24, No. 3 (2016) 291-299.
‘Changing Constructions of the Pagan in the Irish National Print Media 1900–2013’ Journal of Contemporary Religion Vol. 31, No. 1 (2016) 115-125.
‘Parenting, work and the marketization of family life’ Work, employment and society, Vol. 29, No. 5 (2015) 875-880. [Peer-reviewed book review essay].
‘Towards an organizational suicidology’ Culture & Organization, Vol. 20, No. 1 (2014) 40-52.
‘Applying RADAR with new business postgraduates’ Journal of Information Science, Vol. 40, No. 1 (2014) 25-27.
‘Student response systems and learner engagement in large classes’ with Graham Heaslip and Paul Donovan Active Learning in Higher Education, Vol. 15, No, 1 (2014) 11-24.
‘Vocational Ideation and Management Career Development’ Journal of Management Development, Vol. 32, No. 9 (2013) 932-944.
‘The “Hetero-ethical” Management Development Rationale’ with Sharon Turnbull Journal of Management Development, Vol. 31, No. 6 (2012) 227-253.
‘Reflexive Management Learning: An Integrated Review and Conceptual Typology’ with Richard Cotter Human Resource Development Review Vol. 11, No. 2 (2012) 227-253.
‘The Writing Skills Course as an Introduction to Critical Practice for Larger Business Undergraduate Classes’ International Journal of Management Education Vol. 9, No. 4 (2011) 25-37.
‘Researching Workplace Spiritualization through Auto/ethnography’ Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion Vol. 8, No.2 (2011) 143-164.
‘How to Sell Your Soul and Still Get Into Heaven: Steven Covey’s Epiphany-Inducing Technology of Effective Selfhood’ Human Relations Vol. 62, No.8 (2009) 1231-1254.
‘Self, Soul and Management Learning’ Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion Vol. 5, No.3 (2008) 264-292.
‘What Drives the Persistence of Presenteeism as a Managerial Value in Hotels? Observations noted during and Irish Work-Life Balance Research Project’ with Andrew McLaughlin International Journal of Hospitality Management Vol. 25, No. 3 (2006) 510-516.
‘Management Development in Ireland: Justifying the Investment’ with Marion O’Connor and John Mangan Journal of Management Development Vol. 25, No. 4 (2006) 325-349.
‘A Meta-Review of the Management Development Literature’ with Sharon Turnbull Human Resource Development Review Vol.4, No.3 (2005) 335-355.
‘The Silence of the Lambs: Organizational Culture and Politics’ Organization Development Journal Vol.23, No.2 (2005) 91-93.
‘Identifying sectoral management cultures through recruitment advertising’ Leadership and Organization Development Journal Vol.25, No. 3 (2004) 279-291.
‘LIS labour market research: implications for management development’ Library Management Vol. 25, No. 3 (2004) 138-145.
‘A Review of Library and Information Service Job Advertisements: What do they tell us about work in the Irish Library Sector?’ Journal of Information Science 26.4 (2000) 278 – 281.
Work, Ethics & Organisational Life (Cork, Oak Tree Press, 2016).
Organisational Behaviour, Management and Teams (Harlow: Pearson, 2011) Custom compilation.
Communication and Knowledge Sharing at Work (Dublin: Blackhall Publishing, 2008)
Best Practice HR in Ireland (Cork: Oak Tree Press, 2005) lead editor with Martin Farrelly.
IMI Handbook of Management (Cork: Oak Tree Press, 2004) co-editor with Marion O’Connor and John Mangan.
4. Contributions to Books
‘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.
‘Leading Through Contingencies’ Leadership: Contemporary Critical Perspectives (London: Sage, 2015) ed.s Brigid Carroll, Jackie Ford & Scott Taylor, 45-68.
‘Sustainability and the Spiritual Work Ethic’ with Emma Bell & Scott Taylor Belief and Organization (Hounsmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012) ed.s Peter Case, Heather Hopfl & Hugo Letiche, 185-203.
‘Spirituality, Work & Irish Society’ Irish Business & Society: Governing, Participating & Transforming in the 21st Century (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 2010) ed.s John Hogan, Paul F. Donnelly & Brendan K. O’Rourke, 589-603.
‘The Leader’s Prison’ with Robert Galavan Strategy, Innovation & Change (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008) ed.s Robert Galavan, John Murray and Costas Markides, 242-253.
‘The Popes Children and the Economisation of Change’ Belongings: Shaping Identity in Modern Ireland (Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2008) ed.s Mary P.Corcorcan & Perry Share, 19-27.
‘Brown Bag Films’ Case in Exploring Corporate Strategy: Texts and Cases 8th Edition (Harlow: FT Prentice Hall, 2008) ed.s Gerry Johnson, Kevan Scholes and Richard Whittington, 766-769.
“They don’t understand our country”: Carole Coleman interviews President George W. Bush’ Uncertain Ireland: A Sociological Chronicle, 2003-2004 (Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2006) ed.s Mary P.Corcorcan & Michel Peillon, 209-221.
‘Brown Bag’ Case in Exploring Corporate Strategy: Texts and Cases 7th Edition (Harlow: FT Prentice Hall, 2005) ed.s Gerry Johnson, Kevan Scholes and Richard Whittington, 901-907.
‘Gathering Business Information’ Chapter in IMI Handbook of Management (Cork: Oak Tree Press, 2004) ed.s Marion O’Connor, John Mangan and John Cullen, 283-295.
5. Other research publications
‘Designing Large Class Reaching for Inclusiveness: Introducing Universal Instructional Design to Teaching Strategies, Learning Resources & Student Resources’ (November 2013) Teaching Fellowships: 2012-2013; Project Reports & Outcomes (Kildare: NUI Maynooth Centre for Teaching & Learning): 12-15.
Was the ‘NAMA Decision’ Ethical? (England: European Case Clearing House, Cranfield University, 2011).
‘Catalyzing Innovation and Knowledge Sharing: Librarian 2.0.’ Business Information Review 25.4 (December 2008) pp. 253-258.
‘Professionalizing Knowledge Sharing and Communications: Changing Roles for a Changing Profession’ Business Information Review 25.1 (March 2008) pp. 53-57.
‘Information Work and the Opportunity of Innovation’ Business Information Review 24.3 (September 2007) pp. 156-160.
Matching MNC Subsidiary Location and Host Economy Development: An IMI Working Paper with John Mangan and Kevin Hannigan (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, 2005). This paper was synopsized and reported in Yu, L. (2006) ‘Behind the Cost-Savings Advantage’ MIT Sloan Management Review Vol.47, No.2, p.8.
‘Best Practice HR in Ireland’ Management Focus Vol.7 No 3 (2005) pp.10-11.
‘Corporate Identity and Reputation Intelligence: Emerging Opportunities for Information Professionals’ Business Information Review Vol.22, No. 2 (June 2005) 101-106.
‘Succession Planning and Family Business’ Management Focus Vol.7 No 2 (2005) pp.11-12.
Succession Planning and Family Business: An Exploration of the Issues with Mark Elmore (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, 2005).
‘Management recruitment index reports strong growth in 2004’ Management Focus Vol.7 No 1 (2005) p.11.
‘Matching management tools and techniques with management challenges’ with Marion O’Connor and John Mangan Strategy and Leadership Vol. 32 No. 3 (2004) 27-30.
‘Irish competitiveness: Opportunities and Threats 2004’ Management Focus Vol. 6 No. 10 (2004) 2-4.
Survey of MNCs in Ireland: Results of the 7th Annual Survey of Competitiveness (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, April 2004).
‘Managing the Diverse Workforce in Ireland: A Survey of Management Practice’ with Jean Talbot Management Focus Vol. 6, No. 9 (Spring 2004) 5-7.
Understanding Diversity Management in Ireland: A Survey of Management Practices: An IMI Research Briefing with Jean Talbot (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, March 2004).
‘Labour Market Research on Library and Information Work in the Irish Voluntary and Community Sector’ Assignation Vol.21, No.2 (January 2004) 2-7.
‘Management Recruitment Index: Quarter 4 Results’ Management Focus Vol.6, No. 8 (Winter 2003/4) 6-7.
Measuring the Usage and Impact of Work Life Balance Policies and Programmes: A Survey of Irish Managers: An IMI Research Briefing with Doreen Ward (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, December 2003).
‘A Rounded Picture: using media framing as a tool for competitive intelligence and business research’ Business Information Review Vol.20, No. 2 (June 2003) 88-94.
Social Partnership and Local Government Reform with Tony Larkin (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, June 2003).
‘Survey of Multinational Companies’ Management Focus Vol.6, No. 6 (Summer 2003) 5-7.
‘Managers and Work-Life Balance: The Case of the Irish Hospitality Industry’ with Andrew McLaughlin Management Focus Vol.6, No. 6 (Summer 2003) 2-4.
‘Finance function tools and techniques in context’ Finance Vol. 17, No. 5 (May 2003) 11.
Managers and Work-Life Balance: The case of the Irish Hospitality Industry with Andrew McLaughlin (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, 2003).
Creating Strategic Capabilities for SMEs through action-learning with Catherine Goodman and Graham Dwyer (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, May 2003).
Human Resource Management Issues in the Irish Context: Recent Research Findings with Marion O’Connor (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, April 2003).
‘Teamwork is key to SME strategy’ with Catherine Goodman Management Focus (April 2003) 5-7.
Survey of Multi-National Companies in Ireland (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, April 2003).
Brown Bag Films: From an Accidental Beginning to an Oscar Nomination (England: European Case Clearing House, Cranfield University, 2003). Translated into Greek (2006).
Work Life Balance as a management issue: A Review of the Current Literature with Andrew McLaughlin (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, February 2003).
Management Tools and Techniques: A Study in the Irish Context with John Mangan and Graham Dwyer (Dublin: Irish Management Institute, November 2002)
“The Employment Market for Library and Information Management Workers in Ireland” Library and Information Research News Vol. 26, No. 83 (2002) 17-26.
‘Library and Information Work in the Irish Voluntary and Community Sectors: What did the Appointment Sections tell us in 1999?’ Assignation 17.4 (July 2000) 21-25.
6. Conference and Seminar Papers
2014 (2nd December) Dublin ‘Ethics’ Invited lecture to Professional Insurance Brokers Association Meeting, Radisson Blu Hotel.
2014, (27th November ) Newcastle ‘Leadership’ Guest lecture on MSc. in Marine Transport and Management, Newcastle University.
2014 (26th November) Portlaoise ‘Ethics’ Invited lecture to Professional Insurance Brokers Association Meeting, Sheraton Hotel.
2014 (25th November) Douglas ‘Ethics’ Invited lecture to Professional Insurance Brokers Association Meeting, Rochestown Park Hotel.
2014 (11th September) Dublin ‘Closing Address’ Presentation to ‘Leadership for Service Improvement’ Seminar. School of Nursing & Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin.
2014 (25th June) Portlaoise ‘Ethics’ Invited lecture to Professional Insurance Brokers Association Bootcamp, Killeshin Hotel.
2014 (24th June) Maynooth ‘Social Construction’ Presentation to School of Business Doctoral Research Seminar, Maynooth University, Maynooth.
2014 (19th June) Maynooth ‘Sustainable Business: Responsible Managers’ Maynooth Summer School 2014, Maynooth University, Maynooth.
2014 (6th June) Maynooth ‘Teaching Information Literacy Skills with RADAR’ NUI Maynooth Teaching & Learning Showcase 2013/2014, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
2014 (8th May) Maynooth ‘Librarians as Knowledge Producers’ Morning keynote address to the Academic & National Library Training Cooperative Librarian as Researcher seminar, National University of Ireland Maynooth.
2013, (10th May) Dublin ‘Pagans in the Irish Print Media: A tropological analysis; 1900- Present.’ ISASR Conference 10th-12th May 2013: Ireland, America & Transnationalism: Studying Religions in a Globalised World’, University College Dublin.
2013, (8th May) Maynoooth, ‘Designing Large Class Teaching for Inclusiveness: Introducing Universal Instructional Design to Teaching Strategies, Learning Resources and Student Resources.’ NUI Maynooth Teaching & Learning Showcase 2012/2013, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
2013, (8th May) Maynoooth, ‘Assessment Preparation Digital Resource Packs for First Year Business Students – An NDLR Local Innovation Project’ NUI Maynooth Teaching & Learning Showcase 2012/2013, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
2012, (1st November) Maynooth, ‘Introducing Electronic Peer-Assessment’, NUI Maynooth Business School Staff Seminar, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
2012, (4th October) Keele, ‘Toward an Organizational Suicidology’, Organizational Death, Memory & Loss Workshop, Keele University.
2012, (13th September) Dublin ‘Learning & Leadership’, Improving Leadership in Healthcare Seminar, Trinity College Dublin.
2012, (6th September) Maynooth ‘Reflexive Pedagogy & the Challenge of Teaching Critically with Large Classes’, Irish Academy of Management Annual Conference, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
2012, (6th September) Maynooth ‘Situating Sustainability in Organisational Behavior’, Irish Academy of Management Annual Conference, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
2012, (23rd January) Delhi ‘Sustainability and the Spiritual Work Ethic’ with Emma Bell & Scott Taylor, Invited presentation to Management Development Institute, Delhi.
2012, (9th January) Bangalore ‘Sustainability and the Spiritual Work Ethic’ with Emma Bell & Scott Taylor, International Association of Management, Spirituality and Religion Conference, Indian Institute of Management.
2011, (2nd September) Dublin ‘Careers or Callings: Sustaining Engagement in Taught Development Courses’ Irish Academy of Management Annual Conference, National College of Ireland.
2011, (24h August) Maynooth ‘Assesment in Large Classes’ School of Business Staff Development Seminar, NUI Maynooth.
2011, (12th May) Maynooth ‘Introducing Critical Thinking Through Writing Skills Instruction’ NUI Maynooth Teaching & Learning Showcase 2011
2011, (11th May) Newcastle ‘Leadership’ Guest lecture on MSc. in Marine Transport and Management, Newcastle University.
2011, (29th April) Drumshanbo ‘Energy Enterprise and Job and Careers Opportunities’ Robert John Kane Energy Symposium: A Greener Future and Job Creation.
2011, (13th April) Maynooth ‘Knowledge Work, Self and Belabourment in Douglas Coupland’s Post-Industrial Novels’ Department of English NUI Maynooth, Spring Seminar Series.
2011, (24th February) Maynooth ‘Turning Your Research Into an Advanced Degree – How to Plan and Execute a PhD’ Academic and National Library Training Consortium: The Librarian as Academic Writer Seminar.
2010, (29th October) Exeter ‘Leadership & Self: Tensions in the Sustainability Discourse’ Seminar paper delivered at the University of Exeter’s, Centre for Leadership Studies Seminar Series.
2010, (15th September) Sheffield ‘The Sustainability Ethic: Mapping the Field’ Development paper delivered at the British Academy of Management: Annual Conference.
2010, (15th September) Sheffield ‘What are the Implications of the Emergence of the “Sustainable Leadership” Discourse for Leadership Development’ Development paper delivered at the British Academy of Management: Annual Conference.
2010, (15th September) Sheffield ‘Introducing Critical Practice to Larger Groups of Undergraduate Students: Findings from an Action Research Project’ Development paper delivered at the British Academy of Management: Annual Conference.
2010, (31st March), Maynooth. ‘The Sustainability Discourse in Management Theory’ School of Business & Law Research Seminar Series, National University of Ireland Maynooth.
2010, (18th February), Maynooth. ‘The Ethics of Personal Development’ Department of Philosophy Seminar Series, National University of Ireland Maynooth.
2010, (4th February), London. ‘Spiritualized Word, Recession and Self?’. London School of Economics and Political Science, Forum on Religion.
2009, (11th November) Maynooth. Chaired keynote address by Professor Christina Garsten ‘The Corporate Kaleidoscope: Cultures, Creativities, and the Anthropological Eye’. Conference on Ethnography, Creativity & Design.
2009, (16th September) Brighton ‘The “Stickiness” of a Spiritual Learning Initiative in a Soft Culture’ Development paper delivered at the British Academy of Management: Annual Conference.
2009, (3rd September) Galway ‘Management and Organizational Learning: Rationales, Ethics and Outcomes’ Round table paper delivered to the Irish Academy of Management: Annual Conference.
2009, (28th April) Belfast ‘Communicating Mental Health Issues:
Comparing Media Reportage in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland’ Research Presentation to the Public Health Agency (Northern Ireland).
2008, (26th February) Lancaster, UK ‘Management Learning and the Construction of Self: An Examination of a Spiritual Management Development Programme’ Seminar Paper deliver to the Lancaster University Management School PhD Workshop.
2006, (4th December) Dublin, Ireland ‘Stephen Covey and the Discourse of Effectiveness’ Seminar paper delivered to the DIT Discourse Analysis Group.
2006, (8th September) Cork, Ireland ‘Mimesis and the Managerial Self’ Conference paper delivered to the Irish Academy of Management: Annual Conference
2006, (13th February) Dublin, Ireland ‘Self and Discourse’ Seminar paper delivered to the DIT Discourse Analysis Group.
2005, (November 22nd) Dublin, Ireland ‘Critical Discourse Analysis and the Coleman / Bush Interview’ Seminar paper delivered to the DIT Discourse Analysis Group.
2005 (September 26th), Dublin, Ireland, Suicide Reporting in the Media’ at National Suicide Review Group and Rehabcare Meeting.
2004, Dublin, Ireland, ‘Contemporary Management Development in Ireland – A Key Lever in Facilitating and Affecting Change’, with Marion O’Connor and John Mangan, in Irish Academy of Management Conference Papers.
2003, Belfast, Northern Ireland, ‘Creating strategic capabilities for SMEs through action-learning’, with Catherine Goodman and Graham Dwyer, at 48th International Council for Small Business World Conference: Advancing Entrepreneurship and Small Business.
1998, Wexford, Ireland, ‘Supporting the Public Library: The National Policy on Libraries and Information Services’ at The Informed Citizen: Towards an Inclusive Society. Proceedings of the 34th Joint Conference of the Library Association of Ireland and Library Association (Northern Ireland Branch).
7. Teaching Resources
‘Grading Criteria for Evidence-Based Student Projects’ (January 2016). Available at http://eprints.maynoothuniversity.ie/6921/
Citing & Referencing Using the Harvard Style: Examples’ (January 2016). Available at ePrints: http://eprints.nuim.ie/4842/
‘Case Teaching Notes: Brown Bag Films’ in Exploring Corporate Strategy: Instructors Manual 8th Edition (Harlow: Pearson Education, 2008) ed.s Gerry Johnson, Kevan Scholes and Richard Whittington, 325-329.
Rev. of Labor Disorders in Neoliberal Italy: Mobbing, Well-being and the Workplace Noelle J. Molé Work, Employment & Society 27.6 (December 2013) 1045-1047.
Rev. of Leadership for Sustainability: An Action Research Approach Judi Marshall, Gill Coleman and Peter Reason (eds) Leadership 9.2 (May 2013) 305-308.
Rev. of The Good Casuse: Theoretical Perspectives on Corruption Gjalt de Graaf, Patrick Von Maravic and Pieter Wagenaar (eds) Public Administration 90.2 (June 2012) 546-548.
Rev. of Hijacking Sustainability Adrian Parr Political Studies Review 9.3 (September 2011) 419.
Rev. of The Soul of a Leader: Finding Your Path to Success and Fulfillment Margaret Benefiel Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion 7.3 (September 2010) 251-254.
Rev. of Rationality and the Ideology of Disconnection Michael Taylor in Political Studies Review 8.1 (January 2010) 84.
Rev. of The Origins of Capitalism and the ‘Rise of the West’ Eric H. Mielants in Political Studies Review 8.1 (January 2010) 113.
Rev. of The Allure of Toxic Leaders: Why We Follow Destructive Bosses and Corrupt Politicians – and How We Can Survive Them Jean Lipman-Blumen in Political Studies Review 7.3 (September 2009) 411.
Rev. of Dialectics of the Self: Transcending Charles Taylor Ian Fraser in Political Studies Review 6.2 (May 2008) 213.
Rev. of Democratizing Innovation Eric Von Hippel in Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 57.12 (October 2006) 1711-1712.
Rev. of Sociology: A Guide to Reference and Information Sources Stephen Aby, James Nalen and Lori Fielding in Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 38.2 (June 2006) 124-125.
Rev. of Negotiated Governance and Public Policy in Ireland George Taylor Studies 95.377 (Spring 2005) 117-119.
Rev. of Conflict and Consensus: A Study of Values and Attitudes in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland Tony Fahey, Bernadette C. Hays and Richard Sinnott Studies 94.376 (Winter 2005) 423-425.
Rev. of In Sickness and In Health: How Information and Knowledge are Related to Health Behaviour Kristina Eriksson-Backa Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 37.2 (June 2005) 99-100.
Rev. of Place and Non-Place: The Recognition of Ireland eds. Peillon, Michel and Corcoran, Mary. Studies 94.373 (Spring 2005) 95-97.
Rev. of RTÉ and the Globalisation of Irish Television Farrel Corcoran Studies 93.371 (Autumn 2004) 373-375.
Rev. of Reinventing Modern Dublin: Streetscape, Iconography and Politics of Identity‘ Yvonne Whelan Studies 93.370 (Summer 2004) 235-236.
Rev. of Technology and the New Economy Chong-en Bai & Chi-wa Yuen Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 55.1 (January 2004) 88-89.
Rev. of Alcohol, Drugs and Health Promotion in Modern Ireland Shane Butler. Studies 92.367 (Autumn 2003) 316-318.
Rev. of Jim Sheridan: Framing the Nation Ruth Baron Film and Film Culture Vol 2 (April 2003) 117-118.
Rev. of Economic Growth in the Information Age Dale W. Jorgensen Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 54.6 (April 2003) 591-592.
Rev. of Ireland Unbound: A Turn of the Century Chronicle eds. Peillon, Michel and Corcoran, Mary. Studies 92.365 (Spring 2003) 79-80.
Rev. of Investing in People: Higher Education in Ireland from 1960 – 2000 Tony White Studies 91.363 (Autumn 2002) 303-305.
Rev. of Spectacular Narratives: Hollywood in the Age of the Blockbuster Geoff King Film and Film Culture Vol 1 (April 2002) 127-129.
Rev. of Knowledge Management: Classic and Contemporary Works eds. Daryl Morey, Mark Maybury and Bhavani Thuraisingham Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 52.13 (November 2001) 1190-1191.
“The Net Effect” Rev. of net.people, Thomas E Bleier and Eric C Steinert Information World Review 166 (February 2001), 25.
“An Excellent Guide for the Academic Librarian – and Impeccably Timed Too” Rev. of The Academic Library, Peter Brophy Information World Review 163 (November 2000), 40.
Rev. of Well Read: Developing Consumer Health Information in Ireland Jennifer MacDougall An Leabharlann: The Irish Library 15.2 (2000) 105-108.
“Reading Habits and Revolution in Ireland” Rev. of Books Beyond the Pale, ed. Gerard Long. Irish Literary Supplement Fall 1997, 29.
9. Newspaper articles
‘Is the End Nigh for Capitalism?’ Irish Examiner Money and Jobs Supplement (October 27th 2008), 6.
‘Keep Up to Date with the Law – and Mind the Details’ with Marian Jennings Irish Examiner Money and Jobs Supplement (March 31st 2006), 7.
‘Leadership can be Learned’ Irish Examiner Money and Jobs Supplement (February 3rd 2006), 5.
‘HR sector faces major challenge’ Irish Examiner Money and Jobs Supplement (December 2nd 2005), 9.
‘Speak up: how to make engrossing presentations’ Irish Examiner Money and Jobs Supplement (October 29th 2004), 2
‘Understanding cultural approaches to business’ Money and Jobs Supplement Irish Examiner (April 23rd 2004), 2.
‘Wage costs, childcare, property and infrastructure our bete noir’ Irish Independent (April 22nd 2004) Business supplement, 4.
‘Rising wage costs, inflation are main threats to growth’ Irish Independent (April 3rd 2003) Business supplement, 4.
‘Business benefits from work-life balance efforts’ Irish Times (March 1st 2004), 17.
10. Other Items
Review article: ‘Ideas at Work: Essays in Honour of Geoffrey MacKechnie Ed.s Frank Litton, Tony Farmar and Frank Scott-Lennon (Dublin: A & A Farmar, 2006. pp. 284) Studies 96 (381) (March 2007) pp. 93-95.
‘Kells Wants Visit from Namesake Book’ American Libraries 31.7 (August 2000) 32.
“Rupert Giles, the Professional-Image Slayer” American Libraries 31.5 (May 2000) 42.
“Policy Framework for libraries and Information Services in Ireland” Catalogue and Index 131 (Summer 1999) 1-5.
“Supporting the Public Library: The National Policy on Libraries and Information Services” The Informed Citizen: Towards an Inclusive Society. Proceedings of the 34th Joint Conference of the Library Association of Ireland and Library Association (Northern Ireland Branch) Wexford (1998) 17-23.
“Developing a National Policy on Libraries and Information Services for Ireland” Assignation 15.2 (1998) 15-17.
“The Library and Information Needs of Older People: Positive Services for an Active Retirement” An Leabharlann: The Irish Library 13.3 & 4 (1997) 107-115.