Research Publications for Heather J Connolly

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  • Pavlovich, K., Connolly, H., Gibb, J., & Collins, E. (2017). Yealands Wine Group Holdings Limited: A case study. Journal of Management & Organization, 23(5), 728-740. doi:10.1017/jmo.2017.11

  • Connolly, H., & Spiller, D. (2017). Developing knowledge connections to promote an integrated learning experience for students in a first year management course. Journal of Management Education, 41(6), 873-906. doi:10.1177/1052562916686632

  • Connolly, H. (2016). Using concept mapping to enhance student knowledge connections. In Disaster & Emergency Management, York University, Canada.

  • Gibb, J., Connolly, H., Collins, E., & Pavlovich, K. (2016). Nice guys making Nice Blocks. Journal of Management & Organization, 22(1), 133-137. doi:10.1017/jmo.2015.10

  • Connolly, H. (2016). Alternatives to essays in degrees programmes. In Waiariki Polytechnic.

  • Connolly, H. (2016). Is pressure creating anti-resilient, rigid organisations? Vulnerability of culture and the relationship with capacity to cope in crisis. In Fire Marshal and Emergency Management, Provincial Emergency Operation Centre, Ontario, Canada.

  • Connolly, H. (2016). Vulnerability of culture & organizational resilience. In York University, Canada.

  • Connolly, H., & Spiller, D. (2016). Joining the pieces: Using concept maps for integrated learning and assessment in an introductory management course. Practitioner Research in Higher Education, 10(1), 176-191.

  • Connolly, H. (2016). Course re-design. In Teaching Development Unit Summer Workshops, Hamilton.

  • Connolly, H. J., & Spiller, D. (2015). Using course design to build connections and relationship in a large first year class. In National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference (pp. 2 pages). Tauranga, New Zealand.

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