Dr Ed Dennehy
BA (Hons) MB DBA
Lecturer in Business Management
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- Research Interests
- Research Supervision
- Engagement and Collaboration
As ‘Management’ is an interdisciplinary field that draws on many social sciences I believe that it is important to have a broad appreciation of its many dimensions. As a result, I have an eclectic interest in research topics and have published articles in the following areas: Organisational Behaviour, Corporate Governance and Pedagogy. I am currently working on a conceptual paper on Business Strategy – critiquing the notion of the ‘generic strategy’ mind-set. I also believe that both quantitative and qualitative research approaches are equally important in the study of management-related themes and have examined various research issues from both critical realist and constructivist positions.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Dennehy, E., The Yin and Yang of Business Strategy. Irish Business Journal Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 68-79, 2019
Dennehy, E., ‘Hofstede and Learning in Higher Level Education: an empirical study’- International Journal of Management in Education Vol. 9, No.3, pp.323-339. 2015
Dennehy, E., Learning approaches and cultural influences: a comparative study of Confucian and western-heritage students. Journal of Further and Higher Education Vol.39, No.6, pp.818-838. 2014
Dennehy, E., Is deep learning rewarded? A quantitative study on the relationship between learning approaches and academic scores. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies Vol. 5, No.1, pp.54 – 68. 2014
Dennehy, E., Doing cynicism through impression management. International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy Vol.6, No.3, pp.170 – 188. 2012
Dennehy, E., Corporate governance – a stakeholder model. International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics Vol.7, No.2, pp.83 – 95. 2012.
Conference Proceedings and Papers
Dennehy, E., Hofstede and Football Statistics In: ‘Ireland 2017: Facing the business and management challenges of a Post-Brexit World’, 20th Annual Conference of the Irish Academy of Management, 3rd – 5th September 2008. Dublin City University. 2017.
Dennehy, E., Cynical Employees = committed employees? In: ‘New Ideas for a New Century’, 11th Annual Conference of the Irish Academy of Management, 30th August – 2nd September 2017. Queen’s University Belfast. 2008.
Areas of Interest for a Supervisory Role
- Organisational Behaviour