Maree Boyle
Maree Boyle
Department of Employment Relations and Human Resource Management, Griffith Business School, Griffith
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
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Essentials of organizational behavior
SP Robbins, T Judge
Pearson, 2012
6244*2012
Organisational Behaviour
M Boyle
Pearson Education, 2010
362*2010
Organisational Behaviour
M Boyle
Pearson Education, 2010
362*2010
organisational behaviour
M Boyle, B Millett
Pearson Education, 2010
362*2010
Organisational Behaviour
Boyle
Pearson, 2010
362*2010
Telling the whole story: The case for organizational autoethnography
M Boyle, K Parry
Culture and Organization 13 (3), 185-190, 2007
2352007
Community nutrition in action: an entrepreneurial approach
M Boyle, D Holben
Nelson Education, 2012
167*2012
Gendered perceptions of experiential value in using web‐based retail channels
L Andrews, G Kiel, J Drennan, MV Boyle, J Weerawardena
European Journal of Marketing, 2007
1352007
Online work: Managing conflict and emotions for performance in virtual teams
OB Ayoko, AM Konrad, MV Boyle
European Management Journal 30 (2), 156-174, 2012
1282012
Personal nutrition
M Boyle, SL Roth
Nelson Education, 2012
1182012
Visual ethnography: Achieving rigorous and authentic interpretations
S Schembri, MV Boyle
Journal of Business Research 66 (9), 1251-1254, 2013
822013
Consumers' accounts of perceived risk online and the influence of communication sources
L Andrews, MV Boyle
Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 2008
772008
Extreme managers, extreme workplaces: Capitalism, organizations and corporate psychopaths
C Boddy, D Miles, C Sanyal, M Hartog
Organization 22 (4), 530-551, 2015
752015
Balancing mysterium and onus: Doing spiritual work within an emotion-laden organizational context
MV Boyle, J Healy
Organization 10 (2), 351-373, 2003
652003
Organizational autoethnography
K Parry, M Boyle
The SAGE handbook of organisational research methods, 690-702, 2009
622009
Extreme work/normal work: Intensification, storytelling and hypermediation in the (re) construction of ‘the New Normal’
E Granter, L McCann, M Boyle
Organization 22 (4), 443-456, 2015
612015
The perils of project-based work: Attempting resistance to extreme work practices in video game development
A Peticca-Harris, J Weststar, S McKenna
Organization 22 (4), 570-587, 2015
602015
“YOU LEAVE YOUR TROUBLES AT THE GATE” A Case Study of the Exploitation of Older Women's Labor and “Leisure” in Sport
M Boyle, J McKay
Gender & Society 9 (5), 556-575, 1995
591995
Community nutrition in action
MA Boyle
Cengage Learning, 2021
552021
Extreme work, gendered work? How extreme jobs and the discourse of ‘personal choice’perpetuate gender inequality
C Gascoigne, E Parry, D Buchanan
Organization 22 (4), 457-475, 2015
492015
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