Hind, P. (Ed) (Forthcoming) Management Development That Works, Libri Publishing Ltd
King, K. and Hind, P. (2015) 'Action Research: A management development tool for our times'. In Hind, P. (Ed) Management Development that Works, Libri Publishing Ltd
This research investigates the critical issue of ensuring that customised management development is effective, delivering the results that businesses really need. It explores key issues curriculum design and delivery, offering insights into the factors which contribute to the impact of executive education.
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Hind, P., & Holton, V. (2015) Searching for the Holy Grail: Four principles of effective management development. Ashridge Research Report
Hind, P. & Holton, V. (2015) Effective Executive Education: The Key Components and Challenges. Paper presented at the Dubai International Conference for Advanced Research in Business. Dubai, UAE
Hind, P., Smit, A. & Page, N.C. (2012) Global interpretations of sustainability - Enabling Sustainability through Action Research (EStAR), paper presented at the British Academy of Management Conference, Cardiff, 11 - 13 September
This paper reports the results of an action research project to facilitate managerial behaviour change for sustainability implementation in SMEs in South Africa. It explores the organisational attributes (structures, processes, cultures and resources) that are most conducive or resistant to the enablement of responsible leadership within a framework of emergent sustainability strategies.
Hind, P., Smit, A. & Page, N. (2012) Global Interpretations of Sustainability - Enabling Sustainability through Action Research (EStAR), British Academy of Management Conference, Cardiff, September 11 - 13
Millar, C.C.J.M., Hind, P. & Magala, S. (2012) Sustainability and the need for change: organisational change and transformational vision, Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 25, Issue 4, pp. 489 - 500
Hind. P. & Smit, A. (2012) The EStAR project - Enabling Sustainability through Action Research, 3rd International Action Learning Conference: The Impact of Acton Learning: What Difference are we making in the world?, Ashridge Business School, April
Hind, P. (2011) The EStAR project - Enabling Sustainability Through Action Research, The African Leadership Colloquium, Stellenbosch Business School, November
Hind, P. (2010) From Business School to Boardroom, Top MBA Conference, CASS Business School, London
Hind, P. (2010) Developing Organization for Sustainable Performance, Annual Retail Forum and Symposium, Oxfordshire, July.
Hind, P. (2009) Developing the Global Leader of Tomorrow, Presentation for QS MBA Conference, November
Hind, P., Wilson, A. & Lenssen, G. (2009) Developing leaders for sustainable business, Corporate Governance, 9 (1), pp. 7 - 20, January, Special Issue on Leadership and Sustainability
Hind, P. (2008) Change Management in Higher Education, QSB Symposium, University of Gloucester, December
In this article, Matt Gitsham, Chris Gribben and Patricia Hind argue that to successfully embed corporate responsibility and sustainability within organisations, there needs to be a focus on developing the mindset and skills of individual managers, rather than simply introducing new policies and procedures.
Gitsham, M., Gribben, C. & Hind, P. (2008) Leadership for sustainable organisations, 360° The Ashridge Journal, Spring, pp. 28 - 34
Hind, P. (2007) Leadership Competencies for Sustainable Businesses, EFMD MBA Conference, Athens, Greece, April
Hind, P. & Lessing, G. (2007) Developing Leaders for Sustainable Businesses; the corporate view, EABIS colloquium, Ashridge, April
Hind, P. (2007) Developing Leaders for Sustainable Businesses, 7th Industrial & Organisational Psychology Conference (IOP), Adelaide, Australia, July
Hind, P. (2007) Developing Leadership for Sustainable Businesses, EFMD MBA conference, 19 - 20 April, Athens, Greece.
Hind, P. (2007) Leading Sustainable Organisations, Governance, (special issue) Spring
Lindsay, G. & Hind, P. (2007) A Methodology to Assess the Impact that the teaching of Business Ethics has on MBA students, British Academy of Management Conference, University of Warwick Business School, 10 - 13 September, Paper submitted.
This study investigates the skills, knowledge and characteristics required by managers for responsible leadership. It builds on in-depth interviews with CR, HR and Operations specialists in a range of leading European-based multinational companies and will help companies and providers of management education to develop the socially responsible business leaders of tomorrow.
Wilson, A., Lenssen, G. & Hind, P. (2006) Leadership Qualities and Management Competencies for Corporate Responsibility, Ashridge and EABIS
Hind, P. (2005) Understanding the rights and responsibilities of Business in Society, 4th Annual Colloquium of the European Academy of Business in Society, Warsaw, Poland, December.
Hind, P. (2005) What Women Really Want, The Guardian, 7th March.
Hind, P. (2005) A Revolution in the Making, The Independent, 20th January.
Hind, P. (2005) Shaping Tomorrow’s Managers – How Can Business Schools Tackle the Teaching of Business Ethics?, in Whates, P. (ed.) Business Ethics in the 21st Century Organisation, British Standards Institution.
Hind, P. (2005) Making Room for Career Change, Career Development International, Vol. 10, pp 268-274.
Hind, P. (2005) The Real World of Corporate Social Responsibility, Kogan Page, MBA Masterclass series, Forthcoming.
Hind, P. (2005) New Way Forward, Environment Business, Training Supplement, Jan.–June.
Hind, P. (2004) Keep It In the Family, MBA Business, Winter.
Hind, P. (2004) Students Learn to Show a Softer Side, The Times, 4 October.
This paper reports a cross cultural survey of managerial perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility policies and practices. Results indicates a perceived difference between national (UK, China, European non – UK) groups in several respects. There are differences in the shared understandings and knowledge of the concept. Of particular interest are differences in the expectations of responsibility for CSR and differences in the dimension of voluntarism vs. organisational regulation. The paper is an early analysis of work still in progress and discusses the implications of these differences for establishing links between CSR practices, business strategy and managerial behaviours in a global context. Although many experts testify to the importance of developing a knowledge base in this area, the literature is still in the formative stages of providing conceptual models and applications that translate into effective practices for business executives. This research adopts a largely ‘appreciative enquiry’ stance, in asking managers to articulate the links between corporate policy and their individual practice of management. A model is suggested which offers a typology of levels of CSR related behaviours displayed by managers in organisations.
Hind, P. (2004) The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy on the Real Practice of Management: A Cross Cultural Study, IAMB Conference, Las Vegas, November
This study examined the relationship between job performance and prosocial behaviour at work using several variables that to date have received little or no attention in the literature. It focuses on employees’ need for control, need for achievement, and the more commonly studied variable of organisational commitment as direct predictors of prosocial behavior and ultimately as indirect antecedents of job performance.
Hind, P., Baruch, Y., O'Creevy, M.F. & Vigoda-Gadot, E. (2004) Prosocial Behaviour and Job Performance; Does The Need For Control And The Need For Achievement Make a Difference?, Journal of Social Behaviour and Personality, No. 32, pp 384-399.
Hind, P. (2003) 360 Degree Feedback, BBC R4, All in the Mind, April.
Hind, P. (2002) People Power, Economist.com, 22 April.
Hind, P. (2002) MBA Graduate Employment Prospects, Financial Times Supplement, 4 January.
Hind, P. (2002) Translating Individual Development Into Organisational Learning, in Kirkbride, P. (ed.) People Management(Provisional Title), Wiley.
Hind, P. (2001) The Knowledge That Our People Have….: Soundbite or Strategy?, Directions - The Ashridge Journal, July
Hind, P. (2001) Leadership BBC Radio 4, Wednesday 11th July
Hind, P. (2001) All in the Mind BBC Radio 4, Wednesday 9th February
The learning organisation was one of the big ideas of the 1990s.Yet, best practice remains elusive.Too often people are recognised as major corporate assets by way of sound bites rather than coherent strategies. Patricia Hind unveils new Ashridge research which sheds new light on creating environments truly supporting learning.
Hind, P. (2001) Tracking The Learning Trail, Directions - The Ashridge Journal, pp. 26 - 31, Winter
Hind, P. (2000) Plan May Harm Young Managers Personnel Today, Tuesday 18th January
Hind, P. (2000) Powerful People, Northcliffe Newspapers Annual Conference, Warwickshire, UK, November
Hind, P. (2000) Developmental Damage – The Dark Side of 360-Degree Feedback, The 2000 Occupational Psychology Conference, Brighton, UK. 5 – 7 January
Baruch, Y. & Hind, P. (2000) Survivor Syndrome - A Management Myth? Journal of Managerial Psychology, (1) Pp 29 – 45
Baruch Y. & Hind P. (1999) Perpetual Motion in Organisations: Effective Management and the Impact of the New Psychological Contracts on “Survivor Syndrome”, European Journal of Work and Organisational Psychology, 8(2), pp295 – 306
Hind P. (1999) Leaderabilities, Directions - The Ashridge Journal, April
Hind, P. (1998) The CPI and Leadership, First European CPI Conference, Antwerp Belgium, 21-22 April
Doyle, C. & Hind, P. (1998) Occupational Stress: Burnout and Job Status in Female Academics, Gender Work and Organisation, Vol. 5, No.2, pp 67-82
Baruch, Y. & Hind, P. (1997) Job Performance Implications of ‘Survivor Syndrome’, European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology Conference, Verona, Italy
Hind, P. Rowley, S. & Frost, M. (1997) The Resilient Organisation: Success in the Face of Adversity, The Fifth European Congress of Psychology, Dublin, Ireland, July 6-11
Hind, P. & Baruch, Y. (1997) Gender Variations In Perceptions Of Performance Appraisal, Women in Management Review, Vol. 12, No 7. pp. 276 - 289
Hind, P. & Doyle, C. (1996) A Cross Cultural Comparison of Perceived Occupational Stress in Academics in Higher Education, XXVI International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, Canada, August
Hind, P. & Gregory, R. (1996) The Skills of Skills Learning, Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society Division of Organisational and Occupational Psychology, Eastbourne UK, January
Hind P. & Doyle C. (1996) A Cross-Cultural Comparison Of Perceived Occupational Stress In Academics In Higher Education, International Journal Of Psychology, 31 (3) No.354.112
Hind, P. Frost, M. & Rowley, S. (1996) The Resilience Audit and the Psychological Contract, Journal Of Managerial Psychology, Vol. 11, No.7. pp18-29
Hind, P. & Baruch, Y. (1996) When Equal Opps. Are Not Enough: Gender Variations In Perceptions Of Performance Appraisal, Proceedings Of The British Psychological Society, 4(1), February, p5
Hind, P. Frost, M. & Rowley, S. (1995) The Resilience Audit and the Psychological Contract, ‘New Deal in Employment Conference’, City University Business School, December
Doyle, C. & Hind, P. (1995) Women in Psychology - A Survey of Female Psychology Lecturers, Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference, BPS, Leeds, July
Doyle, C. & Hind, P. (1995) The Introduction of The Market Economy Into UK Higher Education, Conference of the European Association of Work and Organisational Psychologists, Gyor, Hungary, April
Hind, P. & Baruch, Y. (1995) Gender Differences in Perceptions of Performance Appraisal, , British Psychological Society Division of Organisational and Occupational Psychology, Annual Conference,Warwick, January
Hind, P. (1995) A Study Of Reported Satisfaction With Differentially Aggressive Computer Games Amongst Incarcerated Young Offenders, Issues In Criminological and Legal Psychology, 22, pp. 28 - 36
Hind, P. & Ballantine, I. (1995) So You Think You Want To Get Chartered? A Competency Profile For Organisational Psychologists, The Occupational Psychologist, 24, April, pp8-11
Hind, P. (1994) Reported Satisfaction With Differentially Aggressive Computer Games Amongst Incarcerated Young Offenders, Annual Conference, British Psychological Society Division of Criminal and Legal Psychology, Rugby, May
Hind, P. (1993) The Perceived Organisational vs Individual Benefits Of Employee Development Programmes, Industrial & Commercial Training, MCB University Press
Hind, P. (1992) The Teaching Of Applied Psychology In The Undergraduate Psychology Degree, The Occupational Psychologist, 16, April, pp16-18