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  1. Indicative reading list 54 items
    1.  PLEASE NOTE:

      Not all items on the Block 3 reading lists have been finalised. 5th December 2018

    2. Human Resource Management 41 items
      1. Textbook: 2 items
        1. The SAGE handbook of human resource management - Wilkinson, Adrian c2010

          Book Essential reading Session 1: pg. 31-50, pg. 351-376 Session 2: pg. 135-154. Session 4: pg. 191-209. Session 7: pg. 308-321. Session 8: pg. 490-506.

        2. The SAGE handbook of human resource management - Adrian Wilkinson, SAGE Knowledge EBA. c2010 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential reading This is an eBook of the item above.

      2. PLEASE NOTE: 1 item
        1. HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW: Due to publisher's restrictions direct linking to Harvard Business Review articles is not permitted. You can access HBR articles by clicking on the Online Resource button, then on the red Full Text Online button. Once in the database, if the webpage states you cannot access the article from a persistent link, click on the green search button at the top of the screen. Note also that HBR limit access to their top 500 articles. This means that some articles can only be read online and cannot be downloaded, saved or printed.

      3. Session 1 4 items
        1. Theories of Human Resource Management - N Bacon 2006

          Article Essential reading Available on Moodle.

        2. Linking Competitive Strategies with Human Resource Management Practices - Randall S. Schuler and Susan E. Jackson 1987

          Article Essential reading

      4. Session 2 4 items
        1. Applicant Attraction to Organizations and Job Choice: A Meta-Analytic Review of the Correlates of Recruiting Outcomes. - Chapman, Derek S., Uggerslev, Krista L., Sarah A. Paasentin, Kelly A., Jones, David A. 2005

          Article 

        2. Attracting and selecting: What psychological research tells us - Ryan, Ann MarieTippins, Nancy T 2004

          Article Essential reading

      5. Session 3 6 items
        1. Disengaging from engagement - John Purcell

          Article Essential reading

        2. Employee engagement: a sceptical analysis - David Guest 27/05/2014

          Article Essential reading

      6. Session 4 4 items
        1. Fear of Feedback. - Jackman, Jay M. jayj@stanfordalumni.orgStrober, Myra H.1 myras@stanford.edu 2003

          Article Essential reading This is a Harvard Business Review article

        2. Twenty Best Practices for Just Employee Performance Reviews - Richard A. Posthuma, Michael A. Campion 01/2008

          Article Essential reading

      7. Session 5 5 items
        1. Linking Competitive Strategies With Human Resource Managem - Schuler, Randall SJackson, Susan E Aug 1987

          Article Essential reading

        2. Distinctive human resources are firms' core competencies - Peter Cappelli, Anne Crocker-Hefter

          Article Essential reading

        3. Human Resource Management, Manufacturing Strategy, and Firm Performance - Mark A. Youndt, Scott A. Snell, James W. Dean, Jr. and David P. Lepak 1996

          Article Essential reading

      8. Session 6 8 items
        1. Talent Management for the Twenty-First Century. - Cappelli, Peter1,2 (AUTHOR) cappelli@wharton.upenn.edu 2008

          Article Essential reading This is a Harvard Business Review article

        2. HR for Neophytes. - Cappelli, Peter1 (AUTHOR) 2013

          Article Essential reading This is a Harvard Business Review article

        3. Building a Game-Changing Talent Strategy. (cover story) - Ready, Douglas A.1,2Hill, Linda A.3Thomas, Robert J.4 2014

          Article Essential reading This is a Harvard Business Review article

        4. How to Hang On to Your High Potentials. - Fernández-Aráoz, Claudio1Groysberg, Boris2Nohria, Nitin3 2011

          Article Essential reading This is a Harvard Business Review article

        5. A Players or A Positions? - Huselid, Mark A.1 (AUTHOR) huselid@smlr.rutgers.eduBeatty, Richard W.1 (AUTHOR) dickbeatty@patmedia.netBecker, Brian E.2 (AUTHOR) bbecker@buffalo.edu 2005

          Article Essential reading This is a Harvard Business Review article

      9. Session 7 3 items
        1. Contemporary human resource management: text and cases - Dawsonera 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential reading Read chapter: Bacon, N. ‘Industrial relations’. Fourth edition. E-book version.

        2. Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service - Representation

          Webpage Essential reading Read report (bottom of the screen): 'Advisory booklet - Trade union representation in the workplace'

        3. Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service - The Future of Workplace Relations Discussion Paper Series

          Webpage Essential reading Read report: 'What role for trade unions in future workplace relations?'

      10. Session 8 4 items
        1. The SAGE Handbook of Industrial Relations - Paul Blyton, Edmund Heery, Nick A. Bacon, Jack Fiorito 2008 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential reading Read pg. 513-528. E-book version.

        2. The Oxford Handbook of Human Resource Management - Peter Boxall, John Purcell, Patrick Wright, Oxford Handbooks Online Aug. 2008 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential reading Read pg. 581-598. E-book version.

        3. The Oxford Handbook of Work and Organization - Stephen Ackroyd, Rosemary Batt, Paul Thompson, Pamela S. Tolbert July 2006 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential reading Read pg. 52 - 73. E-book version.

    3. Operations Management 5 items
      1. Course Textbook: 2 items
        1. Managing business process flows: principles of operations management - Ravi Anupindi c2012

          Book Essential reading

        2. Managing Business Process Flows - Ravi Anupindi, Ravi Anupindi, Sunil Chopra, Sudhakar D. Deshmukh 2013

          Book Essential reading This is an e-book of the item above

      2. Readings: 3 items
        1. Lecture 1:

        2. Essentials of operations management - Nigel Slack, Alistair Brandon-Jones 2018

          Book Essential reading Read chapter 4, pg 105 - 113

        3. From main textbook read:

           

          Lecture 2 - Chapters 1, 2 and 3 (exlcuding section 8)

           

          Lecture 3 - Chapters 4 and 5

           

          Lecture 4 - Chapter 6 (excluding section 7)

           

          Lecture 5 - Chapter 7 (excluding section 7)

           

          Lecture 7 - Chapter 8 (excluding sections 5 and 6)

           

          Lecture 8 - Chapter 10

    4. Marketing 7 items
      1. Readings: 4 items
        1. The Uncertain Future of Market Research. - Wyner, Gordon gordon@msi.org 2017

          Article Essential reading

        2. Brand Decline or Evolution? - WYNER, GORDON1 gordon.wyner@gmail.com 2015

          Article Essential reading

      2. Additional Reading: 3 items
        1. Know Your Customers' "Jobs to Be Done". (cover story) - Christensen, Clayton M.1Hall, Taddy2Dillon, KarenDuncan, David S.3 2016

          Article Recommended reading This is a Harvard Business Review article

        2. Competing on Customer Journeys. - Edelman Marc, David C. 2015

          Article Recommended reading This is a Harvard Business Review article

        3. Why Most Product Launches Fail. - Schneider, Joan1Hall, Julie2 2011

          Article Recommended reading This is a Harvard Business Review article

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