Items where Author is "Peck, E"

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Journal article

PECK, E., DICKINSON, H., 6, P. and FREEMAN, T., 2009. Performing leadership: towards a new research agenda in leadership studies? Leadership, 5 (1), pp. 25-40.

6, P. and PECK, E., 2005. 'Modernisation': the ten commitments of New Labour's approach to public management? International Public Management Journal, 7 (1), pp. 1-18. ISSN 1096-7494

PECK, E., 6, P., GLASBY, J. and SKELCHER, C., 2004. Governance and partnerships. Journal of Integrated Care, 12 (4), pp. 3-8. ISSN 1476-9018

6, P. and PECK, E., 2004. New Labour's modernisation in the public sector: a neo-Durkheimian approach and the case of mental health services. Public Administration, 82 (1), pp. 83-108. ISSN 0033-3298

PECK, E., 6, P., GULLIVER, P. and TOWELL, D., 2004. Why do we keep meeting like this? The corporate board as ritual in health and social care. Health Services Management Research, 17, pp. 100-109. ISSN 0951-4848

PECK, E. and 6, P., 2003. Much obliged: how courageous is Labour prepared to be in enforcing healthy behaviour? Health Service Journal, pp. 12-14. ISSN 0300-8347

PECK, E. and 6, P., 2001. Making sense of the second term for the NHS. Social Policy Forum.

Authored book

PECK, E. and 6, P., 2006. Beyond delivery: policy implementation as sense-making and settlement. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

6, P., GOODWIN, N., PECK, E. and FREEMAN, T., 2006. Managing networks of twenty first century organisations. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Chapter in book

6, P. and PECK, E., 2005. The role of organisational development in policy implementation in healthcare. In: E. PECK, ed., Organisational development in healthcare: approaches, innovations, achievements. Abingdon: Radcliffe Medical, pp. 27-42. ISBN 185775896X

Conference contribution

6, P., PECK, E. and GOODWIN, N., 2004. Governance and management in networks: comparing structures and fields. In: Governance and Performance: How do Modes of Governance Affect Public Service Performance? School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK, March 2004, School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham.

6, P., PECK, E. and GOODWIN, N., 2004. Managing across diverse networks of care: lessons from other sectors. In: International Journal of Integrated Care, 4th Annual Conference, Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Birmingham, UK, February 2004, Birmingham Botanical Gardens.

6, P. and PECK, E., 2002. 'Surprises' with discourse: an argument against the idealism of discourse theories and towards an alternative theory of effective organisation development practice showing the special cases where changing talk and text might be effective. In: 5th International Conference on Organisational Discourse: Organisational Discourse: From Micro-Utterances to Macro-Inferences, King's College, London, UK, July 2002, King's College, London.

Research report for external body

GOODWIN, N., 6, P., PECK, E. and FREEMAN, T., 2005. Key lessons for network management in health care. London: Service Development and Organisation Programme of NIHR.

6, P., GOODWIN, N., PECK, E. and FREEMAN, T., 2004. Managing across diverse networks: learning across sectors. Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham.

6, P., MCIVER, S., PECK, E., KNIGHT, T., WILSON, R., PACKER, C., STEVENS, A., SMITH, J., GOODWIN, N., CLARK, J. and GLEAVE, R., 2002. The future of acute health care: the major trends and influences on the delivery of secondary and tertiary acute health care, 2002-2015. Birmingham: University Hospital Birmingham.

6, P. and PECK, E., 2001. 101 dimensions: directions for health and social policy in England 2001-2005. London: Institute for Applied Health and Social Policy, King's College.

GOODWIN, N., 6, P., PECK, E. and FREEMAN, T., 2001. Managing across diverse networks: lessons from other sectors. London: Service Development and Organisation Programme of NIHR.

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