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2015The Art of Managing Complex CollaborationsCutcher-Gershenfeld, Joel; Knight, Eric; Middleman, Barbara; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesThe Art of Managing Complex Collaborations, MIT Sloan Management Review, vol.57, 1, 2015,pp 16-19
2017Becoming Salient: The TMT Leader's Role in Shaping the Interpretive Context of Paradoxical TensionsKnight, Eric; Paroutis, Sotirios; Work and Organisational StudiesBecoming Salient: The TMT Leader's Role in Shaping the Interpretive Context of Paradoxical Tensions, Organization Studies, vol.38, 3-4, 2017,pp 403-432
2016Build It, But Will They Come? A Geoscience Cyberinfrastructure Baseline AnalysisKnight, Eric; Baker, Karen; Berente, Nicholas; Carter, Dorothy; Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Joel; Dechurch, Leslie A; Flint, Courtney G; Gershenfeld, Gabriel; Haberman, Michael; King, Johnleslie; Kirkpatrick, Christine; Lawrence, Barbara; Lenhardt, Chris; Lewis, Spencer; Lopez, Pablo; Mayernik, Matthew; McElroy, Charles; Mittleman, Barbara; Nichol, Victor; Nolan, Mark; Shin, Namchul; Thompson, Cheryl; Winter, Susan; Zaslavsky, Ilya; Work and Organisational StudiesBuild It, But Will They Come? A Geoscience Cyberinfrastructure Baseline Analysis, Data Science Journal, vol.15, N/A, 2016,pp 1-14
2015Creating legitimate authority for environmental governance and new market creation: A case study from AustraliaKnight, Eric; Knox-Hayes, Janelle; Work and Organisational StudiesCreating legitimate authority for environmental governance and new market creation: A case study from Australia, Competition and Change, vol.19, 1, 2015,pp 36-55
2017Expanding the paradox - pedagogy links: Paradox as a Threshold Concept in Management EducationKnight, Eric; Paroutis, Sotirios; Work and Organisational StudiesExpanding the paradox - pedagogy links: Paradox as a Threshold Concept in Management Education in The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Paradox, Oxford University Press, 2017, pp. 529-546
2017Geographical linkages in the financial services industry: a dialogue with organizational studiesKnight, Eric; Wojcik, Dariusz; Work and Organisational StudiesGeographical linkages in the financial services industry: a dialogue with organizational studies, Regional Studies, vol.51, 1, 2017,pp 116-127
2016Infrastructure as a traded product: A relational approach to finance in practiceKnight, Eric; Sharma, Rajiv; Work and Organisational StudiesInfrastructure as a traded product: A relational approach to finance in practice, Journal of Economic Geography, vol.16, 4, 2016,pp 897-916
2017Lens or Prism? How organisations sustain multiple and competing reputationsKnight, Eric; Harvey, William; Kitchen, Philip; Tourky, Marwa; Work and Organisational StudiesLens or Prism? How organisations sustain multiple and competing reputations, European Journal of Marketing, vol.51, 4, 2017,pp 821-844
2015Managing exploration and exploitation paradoxes in creative organisationsKnight, Eric; Harvey, William; Work and Organisational StudiesManaging exploration and exploitation paradoxes in creative organisations, Management Decision, vol.53, 4, 2015,pp 809-827
2015Managing Productivity in the Infrastructure Sector: a Case Study from IndonesiaKnight, Eric; Meade, James; Work and Organisational Studies; Business School AdminManaging Productivity in the Infrastructure Sector: a Case Study from Indonesia, Economics and Finance in Indonesia/Ekonomi dan Keuangan Indonesia, vol.61, 3, 2015,pp 214-222
2015Market design and maturity in the Asia PacificKnight, Eric; Work and Organisational StudiesMarket design and maturity in the Asia Pacific in Research Handbook on Climate Change Mitigation Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015, pp. 499-506
2016The Role of Information Density in Infrastructure InvestmentKnight, Eric; Sharma, Rajiv; Work and Organisational StudiesThe Role of Information Density in Infrastructure Investment, Growth and Change, vol.47, 4, 2016,pp 520-534