MBA PhD PgCert CertTM FHEA
Professor of Management
Head of School
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Paul came to academia after a career in industry and management consultancy. His primary research focus is on collaboration, particularly in relation to knowledge and learning issues in the context of inter-organisational relationships and networks. He is also interested in methodological issues relating to how research is produced and used, and the transfer of research insights to and from educational arenas.
Knowledge and Learning
Sydow, J., Lerch, F., Huxham, C. and Hibbert, P. (2011) A Silent Cry for Leadership: Organizing for Leading (in) Clusters. Leadership Quarterly 22: 328-343.
Huxham, C. and Hibbert, P. (2011) Use Matters … and Matters of Use: Building Theory for Reflective Practice. Public Management Review, 13:2 273-291.
Hibbert, P. and Huxham, C. (2011) The Carriage of Tradition: Knowledge and its Past in Network Contexts. Management Learning, 42:1 7-24.
Hibbert, P., Huxham, C., Sydow, J. and Lerch, F. (2010) Barriers to Process Learning: Authority and Anomie in Regional Clusters. Management Learning, 41:4 453-471.
Hibbert, P. and Huxham, C. (2010) The Past in Play: Tradition in the Structures of Collaboration. Organization Studies, 31:5 525-554.
Hibbert, P., Coupland C. and MacIntosh, R. (2010) Reflexivity: Recursion and Relationality in Organizational Research Processes. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, 5:1 47-62.
Beech, N., Hibbert, P., McInnes, P. and MacIntosh, R. (2009) ‘But I Thought We Were Friends?’ Life Cycles and Research Relationships. In Ybema, S., Yanow, D., Wels, H. and Kamsteeg, F. (eds.) Organizational Ethnography. London: Sage.
Huxham, C. and Hibbert, P. (2008) Manifested Attitudes: Intricacies of Inter-Partner Learning in Collaboration. Journal of Management Studies, 45:3 502-529.
Simpson, B. and Hibbert, P. (2008) Tradition and Identity Change in Public Sector Science Organizations. International Journal of Public Administration 31:9 1110-1126.
Hibbert, P., McInnes, P., Beech, N. and Huxham, C. (2008) Characters in Stories of Collaboration. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 28:1/2 59-69.
Ellis, N. and Hibbert, P. (2008) Collecting Collaboration: Understanding Collaboration through Stories. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 28:1/2 5-8.
Hibbert, P., Huxham, C. and Ring, P. (2008) Managing Collaborations. In Cropper, S., Ebers, M., Huxham, C. and Ring, P. (eds.) Handbook of Interorganizational Relations. Oxford: OUP.
McInnes, P., Beech, N. and Hibbert, P. (2007) Exploring the Complexities of Validity Claims in Action Research. Management Research News, 30:5 381-390.
Hibbert, P., Macintosh, R. and McInnes, P. (2007) Identity Trajectories in Participative Organizational Research. In: Beech, N., Linstead, A., & Sims, D. (eds.) Researching Identity: Concepts and Methods. London: Routledge.
Hibbert, P. and Huxham, C. (2007) Collaboration, Knowledge and Learning: Integrating Perspectives. In: Gössling, T., Oerlemans, L. and Jansen, R. (eds.), Inside Networks: A Process View on Multi-organisational Partnerships, Alliances and Networks. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Hibbert, P. and McQuade, A. (2005) To Which We Belong: Understanding the Role of Tradition in Interorganizational Relations. M@n@gement, 8:4 73-88.
Hibbert, P. and Huxham, C. (2005) A Little About the Mystery: Process Learning as Collaboration Evolves. European Management Review, 2:1 59-69.