Graham Manville
Graham Manville
Associate Professor, Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia, UK.
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Critical success factors for Lean Six Sigma programmes: a view from middle management
J Antony, G Manville, R Greatbanks, R Krishnasamy, DW Parker
International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, 2012
2022012
Balanced scorecard implementation in German non-profit organisations
D Greiling
International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management 59 (6), 534-554, 2010
1342010
Implementing a balanced scorecard framework in a not for profit SME
G Manville
International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 2007
1312007
Financialization and the third sector: Innovation in social housing bond markets
T Wainwright, G Manville
Environment and Planning A 49 (4), 819-838, 2017
512017
A case study of impact measurement in a third sector umbrella organisation
A Dawson
International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management 59 (6), 519-533, 2010
312010
The use and efficacy of anecdotal performance reporting in the third sector
R Greatbanks, G Elkin, G Manville
International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management 59 (6), 571-585, 2010
312010
Examining the influence of servant and entrepreneurial leadership on the work outcomes of employees in social enterprises
A Newman, C Neesham, G Manville, HHM Tse
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 29 (20), 2905-2926, 2018
282018
Changing times for charities: performance management in a third sector housing association
G Manville, M Broad
Public Management Review 15 (7), 992-1010, 2013
242013
Marketing and performance evaluations in non-profit services
RS Mano
International journal of productivity and performance management 59 (6), 555-570, 2010
212010
Visual performance management in housing associations: a crisis of legitimation or the shape of things to come?
G Manville, R Greatbanks, T Wainwright, M Broad
Public Money & Management 36 (2), 105-112, 2016
122016
Questioning the legitimacy of social enterprises through Gramscian and Bourdieusian perspectives: the case of British social enterprises
K Nicolopoulou, I Lucas, A Tatli, M Karatas-Ozkan, L A. Costanzo, ...
Journal of Social Entrepreneurship 6 (2), 161-185, 2015
112015
Embedding outcomes recording in Barnardo's performance management approach
G Manville, R Greatbanks, J McEwen, M Shoesmith, R Allen
International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 2010
102010
Third sector performance: Management and finance in not-for-profit and social enterprises
G Manville, R Greatbanks
CRC Press, 2016
82016
Generation Y is wired up and ready for action so what is the problem?
G Manville, G Shiel
Times Higher Education, 2008
52008
Supporting open innovation with the use of a balanced scorecard approach: a study on deep smarts and effective knowledge transfer to SMEs
G Manville, F Karakas, M Polkinghorne, N Petford
Production Planning & Control 30 (10-12), 842-853, 2019
32019
Social entrepreneurship education: a reflexive approach through the prism of capitals
M Karatas-Ozkan, K Nicolopoulou, S Ibrahim, A Fayolle, A Tatli, ...
Academy of management proceedings 2016 (1), 17627, 2016
22016
Is the Pursuit of Legitimacy Still an Adequate Response to Contemporary Challenges of Social Enterprises? Lessons from Engaging with Gramsci and Bourdieu.
I Lucas, K Nicolopoulou, M Karatas-Ozkan, L Costanzo, G Manville
22013
Third sector performance
G Manville, R Greatbanks, R Greatbanks
Gower., 2013
22013
Development of a community e-portal constellation: Queensland Smart Region Initiative
DW Parker, GW Downie, G Manville
Electronic Journal of e-Government 10 (1), 1-15, 2012
22012
The evolving role of information specialists as change agents in performance management: a cross disciplinary study
G Roushan, G Manville
22009
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