Amanda Lee


NameAmanda Lee
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Business and Management
Research instituteCollege of Business, Law and Social Sciences
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-6708-4566

Research outputs

Case 13: Exploring employees experiences of remote working practices

Lee, Amanda 2019. Case 13: Exploring employees experiences of remote working practices. in: Pearson.

Remote working in academia: a site of contested identities.

Lee, Amanda 2018. Remote working in academia: a site of contested identities. British Academy of Management.

Key skills and training needs of the D2N2 low carbon and environmental goods and services (LCEGS) sector

Paterson, Fred, Baranova, Polina, Neary, S., Hanson, Jill, Clarke, Lewis, Wond, Tracey, Lee, Amanda, Gill, J., Gallotta, Bruno, Eisen, Matthew and Nesterova, Iana 2018. Key skills and training needs of the D2N2 low carbon and environmental goods and services (LCEGS) sector. University of Derby.

They think I'm stupid: Dealing with supervisor feedback.

Lee, Amanda 2018. They think I'm stupid: Dealing with supervisor feedback. in: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Location independent working: An ethnographic study.

Lee, Amanda, DiDomenico, MariaLaura and Saunders, Mark N. K. 2017. Location independent working: An ethnographic study.

Time, place, space and the academic labour process.

Lee, Amanda, DiDomenico, MariaLaura and Saunders, Mark N. K. 2017. Time, place, space and the academic labour process.

Expecting something for nothing? The trials, tribulations, successes and pitfalls of cross-cultural data collection for an IFTDO/UFHRD funded comparative analysis of HRD practices.

Mills, Sophie and Lee, Amanda 2016. Expecting something for nothing? The trials, tribulations, successes and pitfalls of cross-cultural data collection for an IFTDO/UFHRD funded comparative analysis of HRD practices. International Journal of HRD Practice, Policy and Research. https://doi.org/10.22324/ijhrdppr.1.109

The role of radical reflexivity in academics' meaning-making of career development.

Mills, Sophie and Lee, Amanda 2015. The role of radical reflexivity in academics' meaning-making of career development. in: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Location independent working in academia: Enabling employees or supporting managerial control?

Lee, Amanda, Di Domenico, Marialaura and Saunders, Mark N. K. 2014. Location independent working in academia: Enabling employees or supporting managerial control? Journal of Workplace Rights. https://doi.org/10.2190/WR.17.3-4.k

The external and internal context.

Lee, Amanda, Mills, Sophie and Sidhu, Dalbir 2014. The external and internal context. in: CIPD - Kogan Page.
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