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Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2019) Meaning in Mentoring: More Than Meets the Eye/“I”. Human Resource Development Review, 18 (3). pp. 349-375. ISSN 1534-4843

Black, Kate and Warhurst, Russell (2019) Career transition as identity learning: an autoethnographic understanding of human resource development. Human Resource Development International, 22 (1). pp. 25-43. ISSN 1367-8868

Black, Kate and Warhurst, Russell (2018) Seeing the Unseen: Visualizing Organizational Culture in the Classroom. Management Teaching Review. ISSN 2379-2981

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2017) What do managers know? Wisdom and manager identity in later career. Management Learning, 48 (4). pp. 416-430. ISSN 1350-5076

Black, Kate and Warhurst, Russell (2016) Drop a Pebble in the Water: The Challenges of Change Through Technology Mediated Learning. Management Teaching Review, 1 (4). pp. 263-270. ISSN 2379-2981

Warhurst, Russell (2016) A Question of Identity: understanding managers' receptivity to learning. Personnel Review, 45 (4). pp. 764-781. ISSN 0048-3486

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2015) It’s never too late to learn. Journal of Workplace Learning, 27 (6). pp. 457-472. ISSN 1366-5626

Book Section

Warhurst, Russell, Black, Kate and Corlett, Sandra (2017) Conclusions: Identity as a Foundation for HRD. In: Identity as a Foundation for Human Resource Development. Routledge Studies in Human Resource Development . Routledge, New York, pp. 253-262. ISBN 9781138945319

Warhurst, Russell, Black, Kate and Corlett, Sandra (2017) Introduction: HRD – In search of identity. In: Identity as a Foundation to HRD. Routledge Studies in Human Resource Development . Taylor & Francis, New York, pp. 1-18. ISBN 9781138945319

Black, Kate and Warhurst, Russell (2017) Methods for Researching Identity in HRD. In: Identity as a Foundation for Human Resource Development. Routledge Studies in Human Resource Development . Taylor & Francis, New York, pp. 115-128. ISBN 9781138945319

Black, Kate and Warhurst, Russell (2015) Opening the visual methods toolbox. In: Handbook of Research Methods on HRD. Handbooks of Research Methods in Management . Routledge, London, pp. 108-126. ISBN 9781781009239

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2015) The use of photo-elicitation interviewing in qualitative HRD research. In: Handbook of Research Methods on HRD. Handbooks of Research Methods in Management . Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 127-140. ISBN 9781781009239

Conference or Workshop Item

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2017) Learning From Lacan: An Autoethnography Of Career Transition. In: British Academy of Management Annual Conference 2017, 5th - 7th September 2017, Coventry.

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2017) The strange case of HRD; Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde? In: UFHRD 2017, 6 - 8 June 2017, Lisbon, Portugal.

Black, Kate and Warhurst, Russell (2017) Learning from career transitions: an autoethnographic understanding of workplace learning. In: UFHRD 2017, 7 - 9 June 2017, Lisbon, Portugal.

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2017) Learning from Lacan: an autoethnography of career transition. In: Doing Business with the Unconscious, 22nd - 24th February 2017, Palmerston North, NZ.

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2016) A Tale of Two Sundaes: – an autoethnography of identity in career transition. In: British Academy of Management Conference: Thriving in Turbulent Times (BAM 2016), 4th - 8th September 2016, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2016) Employability in later-career: narratives of decline or development. In: Enhancing Employability: do we really know what we are doing?, 23rd June 2016, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK.

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2015) Extending working lives through learning: a question of identity. In: CIPD Conference for Applied Research 2015, 8th December, 2015, Warwick Business School, London.

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2015) Strategy and struggle: discourses of learning, change and influence in later-career middle-managers’ identity-work. In: British Academy of Management Annual Conference (BAM 2015), 8 - 10 September 2015, Portsmouth. (Submitted)

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2015) What do managers’ know? Examining experienced managers’ wisdom. In: UFHRD conference 2015, 3rd - 5th June 2015, Cork.

Black, Kate and Warhurst, Russell (2015) The meaning of mentoring in middle-managers’ learning: mentoring as identity-formation. In: UFHRD Conference 2015, 3rd - 5th June 2015, Cork.

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2015) Strategy and struggle: discourses of learning, change and influence in later-career middle-managers’ identity-work. In: BAM Workshop 'Becoming, being, learning, knowing: identity issues in management and professional education and development', 31 March, 2015, Loughborough.

Black, Kate and Warhurst, Russell (2015) Beyond words: The language of images. In: BAM Identity SIG workshop, 8th January 2015, Glasgow, UK.

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2014) It’s never too late to learn: later-career learning as the final frontier for HRD. In: 15th International Conference on Human Resource Development Research and Practice across Europe (Universities Forum for HRD), 4-6 June, 2014, Edinburgh Napier.

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2013) Older Workers’ Learning: the role of identity in understanding late career learning. In: British Academy of Management Annual Conference (BAM 2013), 10-12 September 2013, Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool.

Warhurst, Russell and Black, Kate (2013) “Sustaining Employability: the role of identity in understanding later-career learning”. In: Multigenerational Challenges: integrating age into manAGEment and organisation, 19-21 July, 2013, Ashridge Management School.

Book

Black, Kate, Warhurst, Russell and Corlett, Sandra (2017) Identity as a Foundation for Human Resource Development. Routledge Studies in Human Resource Development . Routledge, New York. ISBN 9781138945319

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