leadership, knowledge mobilisation, innovation, strategic change, management learning, with a focus public services organisation and management (health and social care, education, police, local government).
Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Organising Healthcare Research Network
Graeme's work has been recently published in leading international journals, such as Academy of Management Journal, Human Resource Management, Public Administration Review, Organization Studies, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Leadership Quarterly, Human Relations, Journal of Management Studies, Social Science and Medicine. Current research grants, in which Graeme plays a major role, are: translation of research evidence through CLAHRC WM (funded by NIHR), absorptive capacity of commissioning networks in health and social care funded by NIHR HS&DR. He works closely with senior levels of a number of public services organisations (NHS, Police, local authority), third sector (Ear Foundation), and private sector (Alliance Boots), all of whom have provided research funding beyond that identified above. His work is interdisciplinary, involving colleagues from other divisions, such as enterprise (focusing upon leadership and innovation), within WBS, and working relationships at a strategic level, with colleagues in the Medical School.