Layla Branicki
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Creating resilient SMEs: why one size might not fit all
B Sullivan-Taylor, L Branicki
International Journal of Production Research 49 (18), 5565-5579, 2011
How entrepreneurial resilience generates resilient SMEs
LJ Branicki, B Sullivan-Taylor, SR Livschitz
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research 24 (7), 1244-1263, 2017
COVID-19, societalization, and the future of business in society
S Brammer, L Branicki, MK Linnenluecke
Academy of Management Perspectives 34 (4), 493-507, 2020
Managing carbon aspirations: The influence of corporate climate change targets on environmental performance
F Dahlmann, L Branicki, S Brammer
Journal of business ethics 158, 1-24, 2019
COVID‐19, ethics of care and feminist crisis management
LJ Branicki
Gender, Work & Organization 27 (5), 872-883, 2020
Why resilience managers aren’t resilient, and what human resource management can do about it
L Branicki, V Steyer, B Sullivan-Taylor
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 30 (8), 1261-1286, 2019
Mindfulness in action: Discovering how US Navy Seals build capacity for mindfulness in high-reliability organizations (HROs)
AL Fraher, LJ Branicki, K Grint
Academy of Management Discoveries 3 (3), 239-261, 2017
Grand challenges in management research: Attributes, achievements, and advancement
S Brammer, L Branicki, M Linnenluecke, T Smith
Australian Journal of Management 44 (4), 517-533, 2019
Extreme events, organizations and the politics of strategic decision making
DC Wilson, L Branicki, B Sullivan‐Taylor, AD Wilson
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2010
The morality of “new” CEO activism
L Branicki, S Brammer, A Pullen, C Rhodes
Journal of Business Ethics 170, 269-285, 2021
Catching a glimpse: Corona‐life and its micro‐politics in academia
M Plotnikof, P Bramming, L Branicki, LH Christiansen, K Henley, ...
Gender, Work & Organization 27 (5), 804-826, 2020
‘Carrots for corporate sustainability’: Impacts of incentive inclusiveness and variety on environmental performance
F Dahlmann, L Branicki, S Brammer
Business Strategy and the Environment 26 (8), 1110-1131, 2017
Towards crisis protection (ism)? COVID-19 and selective de-globalization
L Branicki, B Sullivan-Taylor, S Brammer
critical perspectives on international business 17 (2), 230-251, 2021
Surviving Covid‐19: the role of human resource managers in shaping organizational responses to societal paradox
L Branicki, S Kalfa, S Brammer
British Journal of Management 33 (1), 410-434, 2022
Managing with Political Awareness: A summary review of the literature
J Hartley, L Branicki
Charterted Managment Institute, 2006
Unpacking the impacts of social media upon crisis communication and city evacuation
LJ Branicki, DA Agyei
City evacuations: An interdisciplinary approach, 21-37, 2014
Disrupting Management Research? Critical Reflections on British Journal of Management COVID‐19 Research and an Agenda for the Future
S Brammer, L Branicki, M Linnenluecke
British Journal of Management 34 (1), 3-15, 2023
Organizational accommodation of employee mental health conditions and unintended stigma
S Kalfa, L Branicki, S Brammer
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 32 (15), 3190-3217, 2021
Antecedents of risk and uncertainty management capabilities: Insights from multinational enterprises in New Zealand
P Zmborsk, B Sullivan-Taylor, D Tisch, L Branicki
Journal of Management & Organization 28 (3), 632-658, 2022
Managing with political awareness
J Hartley, L Branicki
London: Chartered Management Institute, 2006
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