Opus Training Development & Design
Opus Training Development & Design

Publications & Papers by/co-authored by Dr Sheila Marsh

2015 ‘How can helpful policy plus helpful professionals produce system failure? Exploring development interventions with active local professionals and active young people with life-limiting conditions’ (with Jeff Rodrigues) Evidence & Policy. 11(2): 253:272

2014 Surviving is one thing, living quite another: support that makes life worth living for people affected by traumatic brain injury. (with Marsaili Cameron) London: The Ajahma Charitable Trust. Available here.

2013 Spanning the System: Broader horizons for council scrutiny. London: Centre for Public Scrutiny. (with Su Turner) Available at http://www.cfps.org.uk/guides-and-publications

2012 ‘Practical Approaches toward Improving End-of-Life Care for People with Intellectual Disabilities: Effectiveness and Sustainability’ with H. Cross, M. Cameron and I. Tuffrey-Wijne in Journal of Palliative Medicine, 15(3): 322-326

2011 Health Overview and Scrutiny: Exploiting opportunities at a time of change. London: Centre for Public Scrutiny. (with Su Turner) Available at http://www.cfps.org.uk/guides-and-publications

2010 ‘Living Well: shifting the public health debate’ with M. Duggan, R. Hussey in Health Innovations: more for less in healthcare, ed N. Churchill. London: Smith Institute

2009 The Feminine in Management Consulting: power emotion and values in consulting interactions. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan - see review here

2009 ‘I didn’t have the balls for it’: a space for the feminine in consulting?’ in Critical Management Studies at Work: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Negotiating Tensions between Theory and Practice.T. LeTrent-Jones, M. Vonorov, D, Weir and J. Wolfram-Cox (eds) London: Edward Elgar

2009 ‘Research supervision as hologram: a space for critical influence on organisational practice?’ with Marion Macalpine, in

Critical Management Studies at Work: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Negotiating Tensions between Theory and Practice.T. LeTrent-Jones, M. Vonorov, D, Weir and J. Wolfram-Cox (eds) London: Edward Elgar

2008 ‘In the swampy lowland: using hypertext to navigate the multiple meanings of partnership’ with Marion Macalpine, inOrganising and Re-organising – power and change in healthcare organisations. E Ferlie, P Hyde & L McKee (eds) Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

*2008 ‘Unpicking the managerial stitches: challenging the sutured subjectivities of public sector managers in our corporate dominated world.’ with Marion Macalpine, Journal of Workplace Rights 13(2), p.115-13

2008 ‘Funding the practice of learning: exploring the relationship between funders and grant recipients’, with M. Cameron, S. Dewar & K. Hinds, Evidence & Policy, 4(4), p.293-312

2007 ‘Consultants, confidante)s and consorts: advice-giving in the premodern offering a ‘feminine’ discourse of management consulting’.Paper at the 5th International Critical Management Studies Conference, Univ. of Manchester.

2006 (Re-)animating a ‘feminine’ discourse of management consulting, PhD thesis, University of Lancaster.

*2005 ‘On being white: there’s nothing I can say’: exploring whiteness and power in organizations, with Marion Macalpine,

Management Learning, vol 35 no 4 429:450

2003 ‘Leading from the front may mean asking questions, not issuing instructions: how can leadership research convert to a Masters degree?’ with Trevor Dolan, paper at the 2nd International ‘Studying Leadership’ Conference, Lancaster University, December

*2002 ‘Perversity and absurdity in ‘high’ managerialism: the role of management educators’, with Marion Macalpine, paper at 3rd International Conference on Connecting Learning and Critique, Queens’ College, Cambridge July

2002 www.swampyground.org - website for health & social care research project on partnership, developed with Marion Macalpine & Wendy Clark

1999 ‘A 'really useful' tool for managing paradox’, with Marion Macalpine, Journal of Management Development, vol 18 no 8

*1999 ‘Can you have ‘critical management’ as well as improve services?’ with Marion Macalpine, paper presented to First International Critical Management Studies Conference Manchester July

1998 ‘Negotiating a ‘borderland’ : nursing, gender and management’, with Marion Macalpine, Health Services Management Research, vol 11, 221-227

1996 'Cautionary Tales: managing in the internal market', Journal of Management Development, vol 15, no 2

1995 Our Own Capabilities: clinical nurse managers achieving strategic service improvement, with Marion Macalpine, a study commissioned and published by The King's Fund, London [now repub. Hodder 1999] - out of print sadly but we are negotiating to create a pdf to put online..

1992 ‘The enabling committee and how it works', with John Fairley, Local Government Studies Autumn, University of Birmingham

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