Toggle Main Menu Toggle Search

Open Access padlockePrints

Browsing publications by Professor Alan McKinlay.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor Alan McKinlay
Getting together, living together, thinking together: Management development at Tata Sons 1940-19602021
Dr Ewan Mackenzie
Professor Alan McKinlay
Hope labour and the psychic life of cultural work2021
Professor Alan McKinlay
The ties that bind us: Networks, projects and careers in British TV2021
Professor Alan McKinlay
Strategic change, leadership and accounting: a triptych of organizational reform2020
Professor Alan McKinlay
Jimmy Reid: A Clyde-Built Man2019
Professor Alan McKinlay
Organizing Foucault: power, knowledge and governmentality2019
Professor Alan McKinlay
Foucault, governmentality, strategy: from the ear of the sovereign to the multitude2018
Professor Alan McKinlay
Governing through numbers: Foucault, Governmentality and Accounting2018
Dr Ewan Mackenzie
Professor Alan McKinlay
Hope labour in cultural work: Reflecting on the limits and possibilities for collective action2018
Professor Alan McKinlay
Strategic responses to low-cost competition: Technological lock-in in the Dundee jute industry2018
Professor Alan McKinlay
'Bottled magic': The business of self-knowledge2017
Professor Alan McKinlay
Foucault and Managerial Governmentality: Rethinking the Management of Populations, Organizations and Individuals2017
Professor Alan McKinlay
Governing Souls2017
Professor Alan McKinlay
Governmentality: The Career of a Concept2017
Professor Alan McKinlay
Making Governmentality I: An Interview with Peter Miller2017
Professor Alan McKinlay
Making Governmentality II: An Interview with Nikolas Rose2017
Professor Alan McKinlay
Narrating histories of women at work: Archives, stories, and the promise of feminism2017
Professor Alan McKinlay
'Accountable creatures': Scottish Presbyterianism, accountability and managerial capitalism2015
Professor Alan McKinlay
Management and Foucault2015
Professor Alan McKinlay
Management and Foucault2015
Professor Alan McKinlay
Foucault, Governmentality and Organization: Inside the Factory of the Future2014
Professor Alan McKinlay
Foucault, Governmentality and Organization: Inside the Factory of the Future2014
Professor Alan McKinlay
Foucault, Governmentality, Organization: Inside the Factory of the Future2014
Professor Alan McKinlay
Banking, bureaucracy and the career: the curious case of Mr Notman2013
Professor Chris Carter
Professor Alan McKinlay
Cultures of strategy: Remaking the BBC, 1968-20032013
Professor Chris Carter
Professor Alan McKinlay
Cultures of Strategy: Remaking the BBC, 1985-20032013
Professor Alan McKinlay
Following Foucault into the archives: Clerks, careers and cartoons2013
Professor Alan McKinlay
From organised to disorganised capital? British employer associations, 1897-20102013
Professor Alan McKinlay
'All they lose is scream': Foucault, Ford and mass production2012
Professor Alan McKinlay
Professor Chris Carter
Governmentality, power and organization2012
Professor Alan McKinlay
Accounting for Foucault2010
Professor Alan McKinlay
American corporations and european labor2010
Professor Alan McKinlay
American multinationals and british trade unions, c.1945-19742010
Professor Alan McKinlay
Performativity and the politics of identity: Putting Butler to work2010
Professor Alan McKinlay
Power without knowledge? Foucault and Fordism, c.1900-502010
Professor Alan McKinlay
Rethinking the assembly line: Organisation, performance and productivity in Ford Motor Company, c. 1908–272010
Professor Alan McKinlay
Professor Chris Carter
Professor Stewart Clegg
Using Foucault to Make Strategy2010
Professor Alan McKinlay
Collective bargaining and new work regimes: ‘too important to be left to bosses’2009
Professor Alan McKinlay
Foucault, plague, defoe2009
Professor Alan McKinlay
Managing in the creative industries: Managing the motley crew2009
Professor Alan McKinlay
Matters of fact / matters of fiction: Imagining and implementing institutional change2009
Professor Alan McKinlay
Careering alone: Careers and social capital in the financial services and television industries2004
Professor Chris Carter
Professor Alan McKinlay
Foucault, Management and History2002