Dr. Douglas W. S. Renwick
Dr. Douglas W. S. Renwick
Associate Professor, Nottingham Business School, UK
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Green human resource management: A review and research agenda
DWS Renwick, T Redman, S Maguire
International journal of management reviews 15 (1), 1-14, 2013
State-of-the-art and future directions for green human resource management: Introduction to the special issue
SE Jackson, DWS Renwick, CJC Jabbour, M Muller-Camen
German Journal of Human Resource Management 25 (2), 99-116, 2011
Green HRM: A review, process model, and research agenda
D Renwick, T Redman, S Maguire
University of Sheffield Management School Discussion Paper 1 (1), 1-46, 2008
Contemporary developments in Green (environmental) HRM scholarship
DWS Renwick, CJC Jabbour, M Muller-Camen, T Redman, A Wilkinson
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (2), 114-128, 2016
Line manager involvement in HRM: an inside view
D Renwick
Employee Relations 25 (3), 262-280, 2003
Who is in charge? A review and a research agenda on the ‘human side’of the circular economy
CJC Jabbour, J Sarkis, ABL de Sousa Jabbour, DWS Renwick, SK Singh, ...
Journal of cleaner production 222, 793-801, 2019
Leveraging green human resource practices to achieve environmental sustainability
P Paillé, P Valéau, DW Renwick
Journal of cleaner production 260, 121137, 2020
An analysis of the literature on humanitarian logistics and supply chain management: paving the way for future studies
CJ Chiappetta Jabbour, VA Sobreiro, AB Lopes de Sousa Jabbour, ...
Annals of Operations Research 283, 289-307, 2019
Unveiling barriers to sustainable public procurement in emerging economies: Evidence from a leading sustainable supply chain initiative in Latin America
D Delmonico, CJC Jabbour, SCF Pereira, ABL de Sousa Jabbour, ...
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 134, 70-79, 2018
HR managers: guardians of employee wellbeing?
D Renwick
Personnel Review 32 (3), 341-359, 2003
HR‐line work relations: a review, pilot case and research agenda
D Renwick
Employee Relations 22 (2), 179-201, 2000
Line manager involvement in careers
D Renwick, CM MacNeil
Career Development International 7 (7), 407-414, 2002
When knowledge management matters: interplay between green human resources and eco-efficiency in the financial service industry
SS Moraes, CJ Chiappetta Jabbour, RAG Battistelle, JM Rodrigues, ...
Journal of Knowledge Management 23 (9), 1691-1707, 2019
‘Too-much-of-a-good-thing’? The role of advanced eco-learning and contingency factors on the relationship between corporate environmental and financial performance
H Latan, CJC Jabbour, ABL de Sousa Jabbour, DWS Renwick, ...
Journal of environmental management 220, 163-172, 2018
Green talent management and turnover intention: the roles of leader STARA competence and digital task interdependence
S Ogbeibu, CJ Chiappetta Jabbour, J Burgess, J Gaskin, DWS Renwick
Journal of Intellectual Capital 23 (1), 27-55, 2022
Contemporary Developments in Green Human Resource Management Research: Towards Sustainability in Action?
D Renwick
Routledge 1, 1-220., 2018
The soft side of environmentally-sustainable organizations
CJC Jabbour, DWS Renwick
RAUSP Management Journal 53, 622-627, 2018
Values and attitudes towards women in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico
MR Olivas‐Luján, S Inés Monserrat, JA Ruiz‐Gutierrez, RA Greenwood, ...
Employee Relations 31 (3), 227-244, 2009
Involving British line managers in HRM in a small non‐profit work organisation
W Hunter, D Renwick
Employee Relations 31 (4), 398-411, 2009
Green human resource management
M Muller-Carmem, S Jackson, CJC Jabbour, D Renwick
Zeitschrift für Personalforschung 24 (1), 95-96, 2010
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