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2012Do you see what I see: The role of technology in talent identificationDery, Kristine; Grant, David; Wiblen, Sharna; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesDo you see what I see: The role of technology in talent identification, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, vol.50, 4, 2012,pp 421-438
2016Framing the usefulness of eHRM in talent management: A case study of talent identification in a professional services firmWiblen, Sharna; Work and Organisational StudiesFraming the usefulness of eHRM in talent management: A case study of talent identification in a professional services firm, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, vol.33, 2, 2016,pp 95-107
2013Lost in Translation? An actor-network approach to HRIS implementationDery, Kristine; Hall, Richard; Wailes, Nicholas; Wiblen, Sharna; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesLost in Translation? An actor-network approach to HRIS implementation, The Journal of Strategic Information Systems, vol.22, 3, 2013,pp 225-237
2010Transitioning from a Proprietary to Vanilla HRIS: The Resulting Implications for TalentDery, Kristine; Grant, David; Wiblen, Sharna; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesTransitioning from a Proprietary to Vanilla HRIS: The Resulting Implications for Talent, Proceedings of the 3rd European Academic Workshop on Electronic Human Resource Management - "Evidence-Based e-HRM? On the way to rigorous and relevant research.", vol.570, 2010, pp. 326-341
2010Transitioning to a New HRIS: the Reshaping of Human Resources and Information Technology TalentDery, Kristine; Grant, David; Wiblen, Sharna; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesTransitioning to a New HRIS: the Reshaping of Human Resources and Information Technology Talent, Journal of Electronic Commerce Research (Online), vol.11, 4,pp 251-267