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国际学院UNE方主管,UNE商学院院长

Alison Sheridan教授
 

简介:
Professor, Head of School
, Faculty of The Professions, School of Business Economics and Public Policy
Qualifications
BAgEc(Hons) (Syd), PhD (NE)
Contact
Email: asherida@une.edu.au
Room: W40 Room 613
Phone: 02 6773 2367 (or +61 2 6773 2367 overseas)
Fax: 02 6773 3596
Alison's research interests include corporate governance, flexible work practices, HRM and small business and women and work. She has consulted widely.
Current Grants
ARC Linkage, 2004-2007, ‘Regional boards: Understanding the impact of gender diversity on board performance’.
RIRDC 2007-2008, "Updating Missed Opportunities"
Professional Membership
Recent Publications
Journal articles
Sheridan, A., Haslam McKenzie, F. and Still, L., (forthcoming) 'Making visible the 'space of betweeness': Understanding women's limited access to leadership in regional Australia', Gender, Place and Culture.

Sheridan, A., Haslam McKenzie, F. and Still, L., (2010) 'Complex and contradictory: the doing of gender on regional development boards' submtted to Gender, Work and Organisation, (in press).

Sheridan, A., Pringle, J. and Strachan, G. (2009) 'Profitable margins', Journal of Management and Organization,  15 (5), pp. 544-548.

Sheridan, A., Pringle, J. and Strachan, G. (2009) 'Doing scholarship differently: Doing scholarship which matters. An interview with Amanda Sinclair', Journal of Management and Organization, 15 (5), pp. 549-554.

Rindfleish, J., Sheridan, A. and Kjeldal, S. (2009) 'Creating an 'agora' for storytelling as a way of challenging the gendered structures of academia', Equal Opportunities International, 28 (6), pp. 486-499.

Pini, B., Sheridan, A. and Conway, M. (2009) 'Gendering regional governance: A Framework for Analyses', Public Policy, 4 (1), pp. 12-29.

Beck, W., Dunne, K., Fisher, J., O'Sullivan, J. and Sheridan, A. (2008) 'Turning up the heat: Collaboration as a response to a chilly research environment' Text 12 (2).

Boohene, R., Sheridan, A. and Kotey, B. (2008) 'Gender, personal values, strategies and small business performance: A Ghanaian case study', Equal Opportunities International, 27 (3), pp. 237-257.
Paliadelis, P., Cruikshank, M. and Sheridan, A. (2007) 'Caring for each other: How nurse managers 'manage' their role', Journal of Nursing Management, 15 (8), pp. 830-837.
Smith, T. and Sheridan, A. (2006) ‘Organisational careers versus boundaryless careers: insights from the accounting profession’, Journal of Management and Organisation, 12 (3), pp. 223-234.
Sheridan, A., Pini, B. and Conway, M. (2006) 'Modestly staffed and modestly resourced: An exploratory critique of women's entry to rural and regional governance', Rural Society, 16 (4), pp. 271-282.
Beck, W., Dunne, K., Fisher, J., O’Sullivan , J. and Sheridan, A. (2006) A Capella and Diva: A collaborative process for individual academic writing”, M/C Journal, 9 (2)  09 May. 2006 <http://journal.media-culture.org.au/0605/09-divas.php>.
Sheridan, A. and Milgate, G. (2005) “Accessing board positions: A comparison of women’s and men’s views”, Corporate Governance: An International Review, 13 (6) pp. 847-855.
Kjeldal, S., Rindfleish, J. and Sheridan, A. (2005) “Deal making and rule breaking: Beyond the façade of equity in academia”, Gender and Education, 17 (1), pp 431-447.
O’Sullivan, J. and Sheridan, A. (2005) “The King is Dead, Long Live the King: Tall Tales of New Men and New Management in The Bill”, Gender, Work and Organization,12 (4), pp 299-318.
Sheridan, A. and Conway, M. (2005) “Women, small business and regional location”, Rural Society, 15 (1) pp 55-76.
Kotey, B. and Sheridan, A. (2004) “Changing HRM practices with firm growth”, Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 11 (4), pp.474-485.
Sheridan, A. (2004) “Chronic presenteeism: The multiple dimensions to men’s absence from part-time work”, Gender, Work and Organisation, 11 (2), pp. 207-225.
Rindfleish, J. and Sheridan, A. (2003) “No Change from Within: Senior Women Managers’ Response to Gendered Organizational Structures”, Women in Management Review, 18 (6), pp. 299-310.
Sheridan, A. and Milgate, G. (2003) “She says, he says: Women’s and men’s views on the composition of boards”, Women in Management Review, 18 (3), pp 147-154.
Sheridan, A. (2002) “What you know and who you know: ‘successful’ women’s views on accessing board positions”, Career Development International, 7 (4), pp 203-210.
Sheridan, A. (2002) “Accessing directorships: Comparison of views of Canadian and Australian women directors”, Psychological Reports, 90, pp. 150-156.
Book chapters
Sheridan, A. and Milgate, G. (2003)  “Two sides to the story: Women’s and men’s views on the difficulties women face in accessing directorships”, in Natale, S. and Libertella, A. (eds) Instructed by Reason, Volume IX, University Press of America, Lanham, pp. 209-220.
Sheridan, A. and O’Sullivan, J. (2003) “What you see is what you get: Popular culture, gender and workplace diversity”, in Davidson, M. and Fielden, S. (eds) Individual Diversity within Organisations, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pp. 297-312.

Conference papers

Boohene, R., Kotey, B. and Sheridan, A. (2006) “Gender differences in personal values, business strategies and performance of small retail business in Ghana”, Paper presented to the  International Council of Small Business Conference, Melbourne, May.
Smith, T. and Sheridan, A. (2005) “More 'hands on' please: Career development in the accounting profession”, Paper presented to the Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, University of Canberra, December.
Epworth, R. and Sheridan, A. (2005) ‘People as product: The fluid boundaries of HRM and marketing in small business’, Paper presented to SEAANZ Conference, University of New England, September.
O’Sullivan, J. and Sheridan, A. (2005) "Astronauts or Earthlings: mythic masculinity and the hierarchical discourses of leadership and management.", presented at Practising Masculinities, University of New England, December.
Sheridan, A., Rindfleish, J. and Kjeldal, S. (2005) “The role of storytelling in understanding gender inequity in academia”, presented at Gender, Work and Organization Conference, University of Keele, June
Conway, M. and Sheridan, A. (2004) “Regional boardroom lessons”, Paper presented to the Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Dunedin, December.
Kjeldal, S., Rindfleish, J. and Sheridan, A. (2004) “Gender (In)equity in academia: the role of informal rules and practices”, Paper presented to IFSAM/SAM Conference, University of Goteburg, July.