Coleman, G., Wiggins, L. and Lavelle, K. (2016) Giving Voice to Humanity: early findings from using Action Research and Appreciative Inquiry in Qatar's ambulance service’ Peer reviewed conference paper at 10th International Behaviour in Healthcare Conference: Attaining, sustaining and spreading improvement: Art or Science? April 2016, Cardiff.
Coleman, G., & King, K. (November, 2015) Action Research as Organisational Intervention: Possibilities and Challenges. Paper presented at the Global Centre for Work Applied Learning, Adelaide.
Coleman, G. (2015) “Core issues for modern epistemology in action research: dancing between knower and known” In Bradbury, H. The Handbook of Action Research. 3rd Edition. London/Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications
Coleman, G. (2014) 'Second person inquiry' In Brydon-Miller, M., Coghlan, D., and Gaya, P. (Eds), Sage Encyclopedia of Action Research. London, Thousand Oaks/Sage Publications
Coleman, G., Gearty, M. and Shah, R. (2014) 'Evaluation and real time learning' 360 - The Ashridge Journal
This article reports and reflects on a decade-long action experiment to devise a form of business education for sustainability which helps managers act as 'pro-sustainability' agents of change, whilst simultaneously acknowledging that the managerialist assumptions underpinning this aspiration are part of the problem that change for sustainability needs to address. Adopting a reflexive action research approach, tentative conclusions are reached about the paradoxical nature of educational practice in this contested area.
Coleman, G. (2013) Sustainability as a management challenge, SI on Management Development for Sustainability-focused Organisational Change, Journal of Management Development, Vol. 32 (2)
King, K. & Coleman, G. (2012) The promises and challenges of extended epistemology, UKCGE Conference, April
In this article, Dr. Gill Coleman argues that sustainability is a learning challenge that can be effectively addressed using the principles and practice of action research. She introduces examples from the Ashridge MSc in Sustainability and Responsibility, and proposes the potential for action research to become a vehicle for lasting personal and organisational change.
Coleman, G. (2011) Sustainability as a learning challenge, 360° The Ashridge Journal, Summer, pp. 8 - 13
Coleman, G. (2011) , Leadership for sustainability: an action research approach, Ashridge International Research Conference, June
Marshall, J., Coleman, G. & Reason, P. (2011) Leadership for Sustainability: and Action Research Approach, Sheffield, Greenleaf Publishing
Ballard, D., Reason, P. & Coleman, G. (2010) Using the AQAL Framework to Accelerate Responses to Climate Change, Journal of Integral Theory and Practice
Reason, P., Coleman. G., Seeley, S., et al (2009) Insider Voices: Human Dimensions of Low Carbon Technology, University of Bath Centre for Action Research in Professional Practice, ESPRC and ESRC funding
Rogers, K., Hudson, B. & Coleman, G. (2008) Cross-Atlantic Dialogue on University-Based Action Research: Paths to Upward Epistemology, in B. Boog (ed), Toward quality improvement of action research: Developing ethics and standards, Amsterdam, Sense Publishers
Coleman, G. (2007) Vision and Action: the possibilities of Action Research, in McIntosh, M. (ed.) Learning to Talk: Corporate Citizenship and the Development of the UN Global Compact, Sheffield, UK, Greenleaf Publishing
Coleman, G. & Gearty, M. (2007) Making Space for Difference: The CARPP approach to Action Research, International Journal of Action Research, Vol. 3 (1+2): pp190-214
Coleman, G. (2002) Gender, Power and Poststructuralism in Corporate Citizenship: A Personal Perspective on Theory and Change, Journal of Corporate Citizenship, Vol. 1, Issue 5, Spring
Murphy, D. and Coleman, G. (2002) Thinking partners: Business, NGOs and the partnership concept, in Bendell, J. (ed.) Terms for Endearment, Sheffield, U.K., Greenleaf publishing
McIntosh, M., Thomas, R., Leipziger, D. & Coleman, G. (2002) Living Corporate Citizenship: Strategic Routes to Socially Responsible Business, London, FT Prentice Hall
Coleman, G. (2001) Time to Teach an Old Dog New Tricks: Business Schools and Sustainability, Tomorrow Magazine, June
Coleman, G. & Rippin, A. (2000) Putting Feminist Theory to Work: Collaboration as a Means Towards Organizational Change, Organization, Vol. 7, Issue 4
McIntosh, M., Leipziger, D., Jones, K. & Coleman, G. (1998) Corporate Citizenship: Successful Strategies for Responsible Companies, London, FT Pitman
Coleman, G. & Clarke, D. (1991) Women's Organisational Experiences, London, Local Government Training Board
Coleman, G. (1991) Investigating Organisations, Bristol, School for Advanced Urban Studies, Working Paper Series
Coleman, G., Smith, R., Tolan, F. & Higgins, J. (1990) Training and Development for Resettlement Staff, Bristol, School for Advanced Urban Studies
Coleman, G. & Clarke, D. (1990) Management Effectiveness for Women, National Extension College