Jackie Ford
Jackie Ford
Professor of Leadership and Organisation Studies, Durham University Business School
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Discourses of leadership: Gender, identity and contradiction in a UK public sector organization
J Ford
Leadership 2 (1), 77-99, 2006
The impossibility of the ‘true self’of authentic leadership
J Ford, N Harding
Leadership 7 (4), 463-479, 2011
Who is ‘the middle manager’?
N Harding, H Lee, J Ford
Human relations 67 (10), 1213-1237, 2014
Leadership as identity: Constructions and deconstructions
J Ford, N Harding, M Learmonth
Springer, 2008
Move over management: We are all leaders now
J Ford, N Harding
Management Learning 38 (5), 475-493, 2007
In search of the perfect manager? Work-life balance and managerial work
J Ford, D Collinson
Work, employment and society 25 (2), 257-273, 2011
Studying leadership critically: A psychosocial lens on leadership identities
J Ford
Leadership 6 (1), 47-65, 2010
Leadership and charisma: A desire that cannot speak its name?
N Harding, H Lee, J Ford, M Learmonth
Human Relations 64 (7), 927-949, 2011
Is the ‘F’-word still dirty? A past, present and future of/for feminist and gender studies in Organization
N Harding, J Ford, M Fotaki
Organization 20 (1), 51-65, 2013
Selecting and applying methods for estimating the size and mix of nursing teams: a systematic review of the literature commissioned by the Department of Health
K Hurst
Nuffield Institute for Health, 2003
Who is it that would make business schools more critical? Critical reflections on critical management studies
J Ford, N Harding, M Learmonth
British Journal of Management 21, s71-s81, 2010
Followers in leadership theory: Fiction, fantasy and illusion
J Ford, N Harding
Leadership 14 (1), 3-24, 2018
Examining leadership through critical feminist readings
J Ford
Journal of health organization and management 19 (3), 236-251, 2005
We went looking for an organization but could find only the metaphysics of its presence
J Ford, N Harding
Sociology 38 (4), 815-830, 2004
Towards a performative theory of resistance: Senior managers and revolting subject (ivitie) s
NH Harding, J Ford, H Lee
Organization studies 38 (9), 1209-1232, 2017
Becoming the leader: Leadership as material presence
J Ford, NH Harding, S Gilmore, S Richardson
Organization Studies 38 (11), 1553-1571, 2017
Fear and loathing in Harrogate, or a study of a conference
J Ford, N Harding
Organization 15 (2), 233-250, 2008
Fear and loathing in Harrogate, or a study of a conference
J Ford, N Harding
Organization 15 (2), 233-250, 2008
Blending existentialist and constructionist approaches in leadership studies: An exploratory account
J Ford, J Lawler
Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 2007
Female entrepreneurship and the metanarrative of economic growth: A critical review of underlying assumptions
H Dean, G Larsen, J Ford, M Akram
International Journal of Management Reviews 21 (1), 24-49, 2019
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