Julian Gould-Williams
Julian Gould-Williams
Professor of Human Resource Management, Cardiff university
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The importance of HR practices and workplace trust in achieving superior performance: a study of public-sector organizations
J Gould-Williams
International journal of human resource management 14 (1), 28-54, 2003
Unlocking the black box: exploring the link between high-performance work systems and performance.
JG Messersmith, PC Patel, DP Lepak, JS Gould-Williams
Journal of applied psychology 96 (6), 1105, 2011
Using social exchange theory to predict the effects of HRM practice on employee outcomes: An analysis of public sector workers
J Gould-Williams, F Davies
Public management review 7 (1), 1-24, 2005
HR practices, organizational climate and employee outcomes: evaluating social exchange relationships in local government
J Gould-Williams
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 18 (9), 1627-1647, 2007
The effects of ‘high commitment’HRM practices on employee attitude: The views of public sector workers
J Gould‐Williams
Public administration 82 (1), 63-81, 2004
Planning and performance in public organizations an empirical analysis
G Boyne, J Gould-Williams
Public Management Review 5 (1), 115-132, 2003
High‐performance human resource practices and employee outcomes: the mediating role of public service motivation
AMS Mostafa, JS Gould‐Williams, P Bottomley
Public administration review 75 (5), 747-757, 2015
Public service motivation and employee outcomes in the Egyptian public sector: Testing the mediating effect of person-organization fit
JS Gould-Williams, AMS Mostafa, P Bottomley
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (2), 597-622, 2015
The impact of transformational leadership on organizational citizenship behaviours: The contingent role of public service motivation
P Bottomley, AMS Mostafa, JS Gould‐Williams, F León‐Cázares
British Journal of management 27 (2), 390-405, 2016
Explaining the adoption of innovation: An empirical analysis of public management reform
GA Boyne, JS Gould-Williams, J Law, RM Walker
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 23 (3), 419-435, 2005
The impact of employee performance cues on guest loyalty, perceived value and service quality
J Gould-Williams
Service Industries Journal 19 (3), 97-118, 1999
Plans, performance information and accountability: The case of best value
G Boyne, J Gould–Williams, J Law, R Walker
Public Administration 80 (4), 691-710, 2002
Strategic human resource management and public sector performance: context matters
E Knies, P Boselie, J Gould-Williams, W Vandenabeele
The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1-13, 2017
Testing the mediation effect of person–organization fit on the relationship between high performance HR practices and employee outcomes in the Egyptian public sector
AMS Mostafa, JS Gould-Williams
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 25 (2), 276-292, 2014
A comparative study of the effects of ‘best practice’HRM on worker outcomes in Malaysia and England local government
J Gould-Williams, RB Mohamed
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 21 (5), 653-675, 2010
Civic duty and employee outcomes: Do high commitment human resource practices and work overload matter?
JS Gould‐Williams, P Bottomley, TOM Redman, ED Snape, DJ Bishop, ...
Public Administration 92 (4), 937-953, 2014
Problems of rational planning in public organizations: An empirical assessment of the conventional wisdom
GA Boyne, JS Gould-Williams, J Law, RM Walker
Administration & society 36 (3), 328-350, 2004
Core Articles: Best Value—Total Quality Management for Local Government?
GA Boyne, JS Gould–Williams, J Law, RM Walker
Public Money and Management 22 (3), 9-16, 2002
Public and private sector managers over 20 years: A test of the ‘convergence thesis’
M Poole, R Mansfield, J GOULD‐WILLIAMS
Public Administration 84 (4), 1051-1076, 2006
Managers’ motives for investing in HR practices and their implications for public service motivation: a theoretical perspective
JS Gould-Williams
International Journal of Manpower 37 (5), 764-776, 2016
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