Management Impact Book Series

Management Impact

About the Series

Scholarly research into business and management proliferates globally. Its impact into management practice can be difficult to monitor and measure. Our first series, published in association with Routledge, presents shortform books that demonstrate how management scholarship has impacted upon the real world.

Incorporating case study examples and highlighting the link between scholarship, policy and practice, the series provides an essential resource for postgraduate students and researchers seeking to understand how to create impact through their work. The concise nature of the books also ensures that they can be useful reading for reflective practitioners.

Series Editors

Professor Jean Bartunek

Professor Jean Bartunek

Professor Nic Beech

Professor Nic Beech

Professor Sir Cary Cooper

Professor Sir Cary Cooper

 


3 Book Series 


The Research Impact Agenda: Navigating the Impact of Impact

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Martyna Śliwa, Neil Kellard
November 12, 2021

This book contributes to the growing body of work addressing the processes and consequences of national governments’ audits of the performance of higher education institutions (HEIs) in different countries. 


Impact and the Management Researcher

1st Edition

By Usha C.V. Haley
October 13, 2021

Universities, governments, faculty-evaluation committees, grant-bestowing institutions, scholars, and accreditation organizations have increasingly insisted on identifying and placing value on research impact. 


Delivering Impact in Management Research: When Does it Really Happen?

1st Edition

By Robert MacIntosh, Katy Mason, Nic Beech, Jean M. Bartunek
May 26, 2021

Impact is of increasing importance to all researchers, given its growing centrality to those who fund, assess and use research around the world. Delivering Impact in Management Research sets out a detailed and nuanced analysis of how research impact is best delivered in practice.