Items by Tams, Svenja
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Tams, S. and Marshall, J. A., 2014. Constructing One's Space for Action: Embedded Agency and the Discursive Work of Social Change. In: Reed, C., Thomas, R., Davies, A., Keenoy, T., McDermott, A., Hurlow, S., Sabelis, I., Ybema, S., Oswick, C., Beech, N. and Hardy, C., eds. Organizational Discourse: Terra Firma, Terra Nova, Terra Incognita. Cardiff, UK: KMCP Cardiff Business School, pp. 236-238.
Tams, S. and Arthur, M. B., 2006. The boundaryless career. In: Greenhouse, J. H. and Callanan, G. A., eds. Encyclopedia of Career Development.Vol. 1. London, U. K.: Sage Publications Ltd, pp. 44-49.
Audia, P. G. and Tams, S., 2001. Goal setting, performance appraisal and feedback across cultures. In: Gannon, M. J. and Newman, K. L., eds. The Blackwell Handbook of Cross-Cultural Management. Oxford, U. K.: Blackwell, pp. 142-154.
Tams, S. and Wadhawan, M., 2012. Innovation Labs:Tackling sustainability through systemic collaboration. The Bath Perspective Magazine, 17, pp. 10-15.
Tams, S. and Marshall, J., 2011. Responsible careers: systemic reflexivity in shifting landscapes. Human Relations, 64 (1), pp. 109-131.
Tams, S. and Arthur, M. B., 2010. New directions for boundaryless careers: agency and interdependence in a changing world. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 31 (5), pp. 629-646.
Tams, S., 2008. Constructing self-efficacy at work: a person-centered approach. Personnel Review, 37 (2), pp. 165-183.
Tams, S., 2008. Self-directed social learning: the role of individual differences. Journal of Management Development, 27 (2), pp. 196-213.
Tams, S. and Arthur, M. B., 2007. Studying careers across cultures: international, cross-cultural, and globalization perspectives. Career Development International, 12 (1), pp. 86-98.
Conference or Workshop Items
Gustafsson, S., Tams, S. and Chudzikowski, K., 2015. Careers as practices of consuming culture : an examination of the career tactics of management consultants. In: European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS) 2015, 2015-07-01, Athens.
Tams, S., 2015. Empathy as practice? Considering a design-led approach to experiential management learning and education. In: 9th International Conference in Critical Management Studies, 2015-07-08 - 2015-07-10, Leicester.
Tams, S., 2015. What if we were to respond to societal challenges more beautifully? Considering design-led management education as a model for tackling societal challenges. In: European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS) 2015, 2015-07-01, Athens.
Gustafsson, S., Tams, S. and Chudzikowski, K., 2015. Constructing careers through everyday practice:An investigation of the career tactics of senior managers in Professional Service Firms, ESRC Seminar. In: ESRC Seminar 4: Regulation and the individual experience of work, 2015-02-12 - 2015-02-13, Northumbria University, Newcastle Business School.
Tams, S. and Edwards-Schachter, M., 2013. How Empowering is Social Innovation? Identifying Barriers to Participation in Community-driven Innovation. In: Mulgan, J., ed. 'Social Frontiers: the next edge for social innovation research’ conference, 2013-11-14 - 2013-11-15. London, U. K.: Nesta.
Chudzikowski, K., Tams, S. and Gustafsson, S., 2012. Examining Organizational Career Scripts from a Culture-as-Practice Perspective:Annual Academy of Management Meeting. In: Symposium presented at the Academy of Management 2012 Annual Meeting, 2012-08-03 - 2012-08-07.
Tams, S., Caulfield, P. and Nedjati-Gilani, D., 2011. In the service of many masters:Do the plural logics of service-learning influence individual learning outcomes? In: Brammer, S. and Hendry, J., eds. 22nd Annual Conference of the International Association for Business & Society, 2011-06-23 - 2011-06-26. International Association for Business and Society, pp. 502-510.
Tams, S. and Arthur, M. B., 2011. Career communities:examining learning through the culture-as-practice lens. In: 7th International Critical Management Conference, 2011-07-11 - 2011-07-13. Critical Management Studies.
Tams, S. and Marshall, J. A., 2010. Responsible leadership:interweaving personal and public in pluralistic, contested space. In: First International Responsible Leadership Conference, 2010-05-18 - 2010-05-20, University of Pretoria. Pretoria, South Africa: University of Pretoria, Centre for Responsible Leadership, pp. 217-225.