Päivikki Kuoppakangas
Päivikki Kuoppakangas
D.Sc. (Economics & Business Admin.), Management & Organization, Researcher, University Lecture
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Focusing on dilemmas challenging reputation management in higher education
K Suomi, P Kuoppakangas, U Hytti, C Hampden-Turner, J Kangaslahti
International Journal of Educational Management, 2014
Challenges in delivering brand promise–focusing on municipal healthcare organisations
U Hytti, P Kuoppakangas, K Suomi, C Chapleo, M Giovanardi
International Journal of Public Sector Management, 2015
Challenges in delivering brand promise – focusing on municipal healthcare organisations
U Hytti, P Kuoppakangas, K Suomi, C Chapleo, M Giovanardi
International Journal of Public Sector Management 28 (3), 254 - 272, 2015
Bandwagoning municipal enterprises: institutional isomorphism and the search for the Third Way
TJ Kallio, P Kuoppakangas
Policy Studies 34 (1), 19-35, 2013
Adopting a municipal enterprise form: Expectations and outcomes–Three cases and dilemmas
P Kuoppakangas
Journal of Change Management 14 (1), 126-145, 2014
A reconceptualization of change strategy–one application of dilemma theory
P Laine, P Kuoppakangas
Journal of Change Management 15 (4), 332-352, 2015
Revisiting “the shotgun wedding of industry and academia”—empirical evidence from Finland
K Suomi, P Kuoppakangas, J Stenvall, E Pekkola, J Kivistö
International Review on Public and Nonprofit Marketing 16 (1), 81-102, 2019
Adopting the municipal enterprise form in Finland: core dilemmas in the transformation of public healthcare organizations
P Kuoppakangas
Public Organization Review 13 (2), 155-165, 2013
Decision-making and choice in the adoption of a municipal enterprise form in public healthcare organisations-reasoning, goals, legitimacy and core dilemmas
P Kuoppakangas
Turun kauppakorkeakoulu, 2015
Decision-Making and Choice in the Adoption of a Municipal Enterprise Form in Public Sector Healthcare Organisations: Reasoning, Goals, Legitimacy and Core Dilemmas
P Kuoppakangas
DSc thesis. Turku School of Economics. Series A-9, 2015
Reputation and legitimacy: A comparative view of three municipal enterprises in Finland
P Kuoppakangas, K Suomi, K Horton
International Journal of Public and Private Healthcare Management and …, 2013
Dilemmas in re-branding a university—“Maybe people just don’t like change”: Linking meaningfulness and mutuality into the reconciliation
P Kuoppakangas, K Suomi, P Clark, C Chapleo, J Stenvall
Corporate Reputation Review 23 (2), 92-105, 2020
Revisiting the five problems of public sector organisations and reputation management—the perspective of higher education practitioners and ex-academics
P Kuoppakangas, K Suomi, J Stenvall, E Pekkola, J Kivistö, T Kallio
International Review on Public and Nonprofit Marketing 16 (2), 147-171, 2019
Unlearning and public services —A case study with a Vygotskian approach
J Stenvall, T Kinder, I Kuoppakangas, P., & Laitinen
Journal of Adult and Continuing Education 24 (2), 188-207, 2018
COVID-19 triggering homecare professionals’ change of attitudes towards e-Welfare
P Kuoppakangas, J Lindfors, J Stenwall, T Kinder, A Talonen
Finnish Journal of eHealth and eWelfare 12 (3), 241-249, 2020
Examining the Core Dilemmas Hindering Big Data-related Transformations in Public-Sector Organisations
P Kuoppakangas, T Kinder, J Stenvall, I Laitinen, OP Ruuskanen, ...
Theoretical, practical and hybrid ex-academics: Career transfer stories
P Kuoppakangas, K Suomi, E Pekkola, J Kivistö, T Kallio, J Stenvall
European Educational Research Journal 20 (1), 14-41, 2021
Performance measurement in universities-Meaningful reconciliations of dilemmas
KM Kallio, P Kuoppakangas
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 10218, 2016
Analysis of consumers’ negative perceptions of health tracking in insurance–a value sacrifice approach
AP Talonen, J Mähönen, L Koskinen, P Kuoppakangas
Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 2021
Exploring doctorate holders’ perceptions of the non-academic labour market and reputational problems they relate to their employment
K Suomi, P Kuoppakangas, J Kivistö, J Stenvall, E Pekkola
Tertiary Education and Management 26 (4), 397-414, 2020
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