Edited by Valerie Caven and Stefanos Nachmias, this book offers a comprehensive understanding and awareness of managerial and organisational practices that perpetuate social exclusion and discrimination towards individuals in the workplace
The aim of the research is to explore engagement in practice, specifically, the role of line managers in the implementation of employee engagement.
April has been a busy month for the Centre. Student personalisation and evaluation projects are just some of the activities centre members have been involved with.
We are delighted to announce the arrival of CPIP’s newest researchers
New book by centre leader Professor Helen Shipton
Professor Helen Shipton shares her research on innovating from the bottom-up
A conceptual paper by Helen Shipton, Veronica Lin, Paul Sparrow and Pawan Budwar
The Centre for People, Innovation and Performance successfully chaired an event aimed at encouraging successful research funding.
Nottingham Business School’s Centre for People, Innovation and Performance Led by Helen Shipton, the purpose of the Centre of People, Innovation and Performance, NBS, is the creation of a world class centre that will deliver 4 star outputs through both empirical and applied research. A key remit is to explore how HRM builds strategy and […]
Centre Director Professor Helen Shipton discusses how HR departments can utilise the recent changes to apprenticeship schemes to develop their employees