Research Publications for Michelle M (Chellie) Spiller
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Dell, K., Spiller, C., & Staniland, N. (2021). The kinship organising metaphor: The influence of Maori managers on New Zealand's organisational practice. In 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Virtual.
Spiller, C., Goldman Schulyer, K., Evans, M., & Watson, L. (2021). What silence can teach us about race and leadership. In 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Virtual.
Wolfgramm, R., & Spiller, C. (2021). Light. In J. Hausdoerffer, B. Hecht, M. Nelson, & K. Cummings (Eds.), What Kind of Ancestor Do You Want to be (pp. 232-239). University of Chicago Press.
Spiller, C. (2021). ‘I AM’: Indigenous consciousness for authenticity and leadership. Leadership, 17(4), 491-496. doi:10.1177/1742715021999590
Spiller, C. (2021). Wayfinding odyssey into the interspace. In J. Ruru, & L. Nikora (Eds.), Ngā kete mātauranga : Māori scholars at the research interface (pp. 12 pages). Otago University Press.
Spiller, C. (2021). Maori leadership in governance: A living whariki system. In R. Benton, & R. Joesph (Eds.), Waking the Taniwha: Maori Governance in the 21st Century (pp. 23 pages). Thomson Reuters.
Spiller, C. (2020). Wayfinding leadership: Over the edge and into the unknown. In 22nd Annual International Leadership Association Global Conference. Virtual.
Dixon, E., Spiller, C., Calver, S., & McKinnon, A. (2020). Weaving leadership: Dwelling with a woven universe. In 22nd Annual International Leadership Association Global Conference. Virtual.
Dell, K., Spiller, C., & Staniland, N. (2020). Pushing and pulling organizational paradigm shifts: Taking direction from Indigenous imagery. In 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Virtual.
Intezari, A., Spiller, C., & Yang, S. -Y. (Eds.) (2020). Practical Wisdom, Leadership and Culture Indigenous, Asian and Middle-Eastern Perspectives. Routledge.