Harry Barton

Harry Barton

Professor of HRM

Nottingham Business School

Staff Group(s)
Department of Human Resource Management Employment, Learning and Knowledge Management (Research Group) School Management Team

Role

Professor Barton has two distinct roles across Nottingham Business School (NBS).

First to provide effective academic leadership to 37 academic staff, including five professors and a budget of £1.8million, within the Division of Human Resource Management. His main responsibilities are to ensure that the overall quality of research, teaching, learning and development is consistent with the achievement of the School's academic plan.

Secondly as Head of Research across NBS he has to ensure the continuity of strategic development of research across the School, and to coordinate the activities of research members of academic staff in preparation of submission to REF2014 and upcoming accreditations. He also Chairs MNBs' Research Policy Group (RPG). To enhance this role in 2010 Professor Barton attended the ABS/BAM Development Programme for Directors of Research (DPDoR) and in 2011 he completed the EFMD/EURAM Creating Research Leadership in Europe Programme

Further responsibilities include the enhancement and maintenance of quality standards within the Business School, continuity of the Business School as an Approved Centre for CIPD provision in terms of National and International programmes and enhancement of third stream income growth. In addition School wide responsibilities include leading on Health and Safety.

Career overview

Metropolitan Police (1983-1993)- Golders Green, Stoke Newington and Ealing Division

All uniform and plain clothes activities undertaken with respect to criminal investigations, public order and community based liaison.
On promotion to police sergeant engaged as custody officer and special projects officer with the responsibility for the leadership, management, appraisal and personal development of a team of eight police constables and four civilian staff.

Metropolitan Police (1993-5)- Specialist Projects Officer within the Directorate of the Assistant Commissioner Territorial Operations (ACTO)

Seconded to New Scotland Yard as a specialist project officer within the Metropolitan Police Service Restructuring Team.
Responsibility for undertaking a comprehensive review of the Forensic Scenes of Crime Service (660 staff, £10 million budget), Metropolitan Police Forensic Science Laboratory and Management Services Branch. All of these studies involved analysing primary data, interviewing relevant parties and preparing a consultation document with recommendations, which were then discussed by the Metropolitan Police Board.

Metropolitan Police (1995-6)

Seconded to Police Personnel HQ – New Scotland Yard as a police personnel specialist: Working in a small team of police officers and occupational psychologists on developing a new police promotion assessment centre for the promotion of police officers to the ranks of Chief Inspector and Superintendents.
Audit Commission (1996-8)

Specialist Value for Money Auditor

All value for money reports (VFM) in the Audit Commission and District Audit were for external clients. These included Chief Officers in Local Government, Clinical Directors and Trust Board members in the NHS and ACPO level officers within the Police Service. Studies included:

  • National Recruitment and Training Audits
  • Performance reviews following Local Government Reorganization
  • Audits on Sickness Absence and Staff Turnover
  • National Youth Justice Audits
  • Review of Management arrangements in a Police Constabulary
  • Audits on staff turnover and absence in a NHS mental health service trusts.

Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University (1998-2006)
Research Fellow and Lecturer in Human Resource Management

Research areas

In 1996 Professor Barton was appointed as a specialist value for money auditor within the United Kingdom's Audit Commission. Here after initial training in public sector research methodologies he took the lead on both local and national audits within the police, local authorities and National Health Service (NHS). All value for money reports (VFM) in the Audit Commission were commissioned and the findings presented to Chief Officers in Local Government, Clinical Directors and Trust Board members in the NHS and ACPO level officers within the Police Service. Published studies included:

  • National Recruitment and Training Audits
  • Performance reviews following Local Government Reorganization
  • Audits on Sickness Absence and Staff Turnover
  • National Youth Justice Audits
  • Review of Management arrangements in a Police Constabulary.

This experience provided the foundation for his first appointment in 1998 as a research fellow within Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University. Harry's first project was supported by a grant from the UK's Economic and Social Science Research Council (ESRC) in which Professor Peter Turnbull and he investigated the nature of ‘Labour Regulation and Economic Performance within the European Post Transport Sector.' This resulted in a major report for the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and research publications in top ranking journals such as the European Journal of Industrial Relations and presentations at the British Industrial Relations Society.

This successful project was then followed with an award from the UK's Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) enabling Professor Rick Delbridge and Professor Barton to investigate the concept of ‘High Performance Manufacturing and the Learning Organisation.' Outputs of this research were presented at the British Academy of Management (BAM) and the European Operations Management Association's (EuRoma) annual conferences, with publications appearing in the International Journal of Human Resource Management and European Journal of Operations Management.

Upon moving to Nottingham Business School (NBS) in 2006 as Head of Division of Human Resource Management Professor Barton developed three new streams of research activity relating to:

  1. police performance and Lean management
  2. entrepreneurship within the French wine industry
  3. future strategies for the development of business schools with the higher education sector were established.

The first area included a focus on performance management and Lean management applications within the UK police service. This research resulted in publications in the proceedings of the American Academy of Management (AOM) and British Academy of Management (BAM) annual conferences as well as publications in the International journal of Public Sector Management and a forthcoming article in Public, Money and Management.

The second area was supported by primary research within the French wine growing area of the Cotes du Rhone and was conducted with the support of colleagues from a French academic institution (IESEG). This research has been well received with journal publications appearing in International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation and the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research.

The final area of research currently being undertake focuses on future strategies being undertaken by both UK and European business schools. with respect to both their operational management and accreditation processes. This research conducted with Professor Lisa Barton (IESEG, Paris, France); Professor Veronique Ambrosini (Monash University, Australia) and Professor Jon Bilsbury (Deakin University, Australia) resulted in his presentation to the 1st EFMD Conference in Higher Education in Horgen, Switzerland in February, 2012. A subsequent revision of this paper has now been accepted for publication in the British Journal of Management.

External activity

Over the last twenty years Professor Barton has been involved in policy development, research and management within the Metropolitan Police, Audit Commission, District Audit, Cardiff Business School and Nottingham Business School. As a result he has developed an expertise and competence in a wide number of areas which include employment law, local government administration and auditing. This is in addition to the professional knowledge of legal procedures, criminal law and practical investigative skills that he gained during 13 years with the Metropolitan police.

Within all of the organisations in which he has worked the nature of the activities has been high profile and has involved extensive negotiations with both internal and external clients such as HM Inspectorates, Professional Institutions and Private Sector Companies. In recent years the nature of his work has involved extensive liaison with individuals both at home and abroad in order to manage and develop new relationships with potential clients and collaborators.

He is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and has held the executive offices of treasurer (2004-6), chairperson (2006-8) and executive member to Council (2009) for the South Wales Region. Specifically acting as the chairperson he initiated policy development and implementation at Regional and National levels and have contributed to development workshops on the future strategy of the CIPD. Professor Barton was also personally responsible for developing the Regional Business plan and was accountable for the budget. Membership was in the order of 2000 in 2007 and grew to around 2250 in 2009 enabling the South Wales Branch to claim a budget c. 35000 direct from CIPD HQ.

Within academia he is a long standing member of the American and British Academy of Management and in 2013 he will be a member of the European Academy of Management acting as a co-convenor of the ‘Public Services Emergency Management' Track at their Annual Conference. This will be supported through a special edition of the International Journal of Emergency Services Management, which he will be co-editing. This follows a Special Issue of the International Journal of Public Sector Management which I=he edited in 2011.

Most recently (2013), following elections to the British Academy of Management (BAM) Professor Barton has been co-opted onto Council and have been given responsibility for creating a dialogue with comparable institutions globally in an attempt to establish mechanisms for co-operation. He has also been elected as Chairperson of the Public Management and Governance Special Interest Group (SIG) within BAM . As such he has responsibility for leading a community of 220 scholars in the development of the subject through arranging workshops, facilitating meetings and encouraging submissions to the BAM conference in 2013 and beyond.

In addition in May 2013 Professor Barton was appointed as one of a few UK based academics to serve on the membership committee of the Profit and non for profit track of the American Academy of Management and will take up office at AOM in August 2013.

Professor Barton also held positions as external examiner at De Montford University (2005-9) and currently Coventry University and external validator to Wolverhampton Business School.

Sponsors and collaborators

'Labour Regulation and Economic Performance in the European Port Transport Industry.' Grant award - £128,000
Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded comparative study (1998- 1999) working with Professor Peter Turnbull.

One of the key objectives of this project was to develop the theoretical and empirical analysis of economic performance and competitive strategies of sixteen ports in eight EU countries that operate under different socio-economic, institutional and organisational arrangements. This study was given the highest rating of outstanding by the ESRC (Ref. no. R000235425).

'Globalisation, Privatisation and the Strategic Choices of British and German Ports in a Comparative International Perspective.' Grant award - £4000
Anglo-German Foundation sponsored study (2000-2001) working with Professor Peter Turnbull and colleagues from the University of Bremen, Germany.

This research was part of the British German academic research collaboration programme (ARC project). The research explored the strategic choices of ports in Britain and Germany in response to common international competitive pressures. More specifically, the research examined the impact of globalisation and privatisation under different port operating models and in the context of different industrial relations systems.

'High Performance Manufacturing and the Learning Factory,' Grant award - £50000
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) funded research (1999-2002), working with Professor Richard Delbridge.

This project involved both a quantitative benchmarking exercise carried out between nine US, nine Japanese and nine UK automotive component manufacturers and a qualitative study based on participative observation and interviews. The project was designed to benchmark manufacturing performance and study how manufacturers manage problem-solving and continuous improvement.

With respect to collaborations Professor Barton has been the recipient of

'Best Paper Awards' at the British Academy of Management, Brighton, UK. Sept 2009 (with Professor Malcolm Beynon, Cardiff University) for a paper entitled 'Fuzzy C-Means Cluster Analysis of Police Forces Sanction Detections and Relationship with Concomitant Public Opinion.' and at the United Kingdom Public Administration Conference (PAC), University of Birmingham, September, 5-6, 2011 for a paper entitled, 'United Kingdom (UK) Police Service Reforms: The potential impact of financial constraints on ensuring / maintaining diversity management initiatives throughout the UK Police Service.'

Publications

''Crossing Boundaries in the Learning Factory: Evidence of Cross-Functional and Inter-Organizational Knowledge Transfer in the Auto Components Industry.' Delbridge, R. and Barton, H. in Operations Management – “Crossing Borders and Boundaries: The Changing Role of Operations." pp 182-190.Edited by: Roland Van Dierdonck & Ann Vereecke. June 2000. ISBN 90 382 0246 6.

Worker and Supervisor Views on Their Changing Roles in First Tier Automotive Component Suppliers Within the US and UK. Barton, H. and Delbridge, R. Management Research News. Volume 23 Number 9/10/11 2000. ISSN 0140-9174.

'Human Resource Management for the Learning Factory.' Barton, H. and Delbridge, R. Journal of European Industrial Training. Volume 25 Number 9 pp 465-473. 2001. ISSN 0309-0590.

'Feeding the Beast': Worker and supervisor views on their changing roles in first tier automotive component suppliers within the US and UK. Barton, H. and Delbridge, R. in Organisational Change and the Future of Work: The Experience of Work and Organisational Change. pp110-129. Edited by Paul Stewart. April 2002. ISSN 0469-1531.

Labour Regulation and Competitive Performance in the Port Transport Industry: The Changing Fortunes of Three Major European Seaports. Barton, H. and Turnbull, P. European Journal of Industrial Relations. Volume 8 Number 2 pp
133-156. 2002. ISSN 0959-6801.

Organising for continuous improvement: structures and roles in automotive components plants. Delbridge, R. and Barton, H. – International Journal of Operations and Production Management. Vol.22 No.6, 2002. ISSN 0144-3577.

Lean production and manufacturing performance improvement in Japan, the US and UK 1994-2001. Oliver, N.; Delbridge, R. and Barton, H. ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge. Working Paper No.232, 2002.

Organisational Change in the Context of Police Administration. Barton, H.. Management Research News. Volume 25 Number 8/9/10 2002. ISSN 0140-917.

Understanding Occupational Culture – A Precursor for Reform: The case of the Police Service in England and Wales. Barton, H. International Journal of Public Sector Management. Vol. 16.5. 2003. ISSN 0951-3558.
Cultural Reformation: A Case for Intervention within the Police Service. Barton, H. International Journal of Human Resources Management and Development. Vol. 4. 2004. ISSN: 1465-6612.

'HRM in support of the Learning Factory: Evidence from the US and UK automotive component industries.' Barton, H. and Delbridge, R. International Journal of Human Resource Management. Vol. 15:2 pp 325-339. ISSN 0958-5192.

“Labour Regulation and Competitive Performance in the Port Transport Industry." Barton, H. and Turnbull, P. in 'Environments portuaries.' pp 455-77. Edited by Anne-Lise Pietri-Levy, John Barzman and Eric Barre. ISBN 2-87775-359-X.

Delivering the “learning factory"? Evidence on HR roles in contemporary manufacturing. Barton, H and Delbridge, R. Journal of European Industrial Training. Vol. 30:5 pp 385-395. ISSN 0309-0590.

A Promothee based uncertainty analysis of UK Police Force performance rank improvement. Barton, H. and Beynon, M. International Journal of Society Systems Science. ISNN: 1756-2511.

Extending Human Resource Management Practices in Russia: The Role of Trust. Barton, L. and Barton, H. HRM Global 2008. Sustainable HRM in the Global Economy. ISBN 978-951-564-604-0 pp.7-15.

UK Policing in the 21st Century. Barton, H. and Barton, L. International Journal of Public Sector Management Vol.24. No.2, 2011.

Targeted Criteria Performance Improvement: A Comparison of Two `Most Similar` UK Police Forces. Barton, H. and Beynon, M. International Journal of Public Sector Management 2011 Vol.24 No.4 (2011).

The Development of Trust and Empowerment within the Russian Work Context. Barton, H and Barton, L. Human Resource Management Review. Vol.21. No.3 (2011).
'Best Paper Symposia: UK and Swedish perspectives on topical studies in public management'. Barton, H. Editorial: International Journal of Public Sector Management Vol.24 No.2.2011.

'Rhona Rapoport: A critical biography of a pioneering work-family researcher' . Clayton, R. and Barton, H. The Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship Vol.16.No 3 pp.3-13.(2011).

How does operations management research on the UK police service contribute to improving service delivery in an era of financial constraint? Barton, H. and Beynon, M.. International Journal of Emergency Services. Vol.1.1.2012. (Best Paper award UK Public Administration Committee Conference (PAC) 2011).

Improving Police Performance through a Partnership Approach: A Case Study in Crime Prevention. Barton, H. and Valero-Silva, N. International Journal of Public Sector Management. (Accepted January, 2013).

Adapting to the Future: The application of new approaches to business process improvement: Initial findings from a study of five UK police forces. Barton, H. Public Money and Management. Vol. 13. Number 3 pp. 221-225.(2013).

'Entrepreneurial Markets in Mature Industries: A Case Study on the Rhone Wine Region, France. ' Barton, L.; Barton, H.; and Painberi, S. International Journal of Entrepreneurship Research.' Vol 32 (3) 2013..

'A Critique of the French and UK Higher Education System-Current Practice, future Trends. Thomas, L.; Ambrosini, V.; Barton, H. and Bilsbury, J. British Journal of Management (Electronically published May 2013).

Conference Presentations/ Proceedings

A Review of European Port Policy from the perspective of EU Competition Rules. Barton. H. 14th Annual Employment Research Unit Conference, Cardiff Business School, September, 1999.

Labour regulation and Competitive Performance: The Changing Fortunes of Three Major Seaports. Barton. H, and Turnbull. P. British Industrial Relations Society, 1999.

A Contextualised Comparison of Economic Performance within the European Port Transport Industry. Barton. H, and Turnbull. P. Working Paper. Cardiff Business School, 1999.

'Human Resource Management for the Learning Factory.' Barton. H. and Delbridge. R. University of Calabria – Rende (Italy) International workshop entitled 'Lean Production and Labour Force in the Automobile Industry: The Forms of Implementation of an Epoch-Making Model, in March, 2000.

'Feeding the Beast': Worker and supervisor views on their changing roles in first tier automotive component suppliers within the US and UK. Barton. H. and Delbridge. R. 15th Annual Employment Research Unit Conference, Cardiff Business School, September, 2000.

Evolution within the Learning Factory: Contemporary developments in Human Resource Management. Barton, H. and Delbridge, R. Comparative HRM – Learning from Diversity Conference. ESADE Barcelona, 2001. ISBN: 84-88971-01-X.

'Crossing Boundaries in the Learning Factory: Evidence of Cross-Functional and Inter-Organizational Knowledge Transfer in the Auto Components Industry.' Delbridge. R, and Barton. H. – 7TH International Conference of the European Operations Management Association in Ghent, Belgium – June, 2001.

'Managing Kaizen: The Role of Specialists in Continuous Improvement.' Delbridge. R, and Barton. H. – British Academy of Management Conference, Edinburgh University in September, 2001.

A Cross-country Analysis of HRM Practices in the First-tier Automotive Industries of the UK, USA and Japan. Barton. H and Delbridge. R. –Welsh Manufacturing Conference, Cardiff, 2002.

'National control' or 'Constabulary independence.' The Case of the British Police Service. Barton, H. American Academy of Management. ISSN 1543-8643

Frustration's the name, HRM's my game: A perspective on the role of HR managers in contemporary manufacturing. Barton, H. and Delbridge, R.. 7th Conference on International Human Resource Management.

Policing at the Crossroads. Barton, H. British Academy of Management.

“Managing Kaizen: The Role of Specialists in Continuous Improvement". Delbridge, R. and Barton, H. 18th Annual Employment Research Unit Conference at Cardiff Business School.

The changing role of HR managers in US and UK automotive manufacturing. Barton, H. and Delbridge, R. 3rd Conference on 'Innovation within HRM.' Dutch HRM Network. University of Twente. (November, 2003).

The identification of performance improvement of UK police forces using PROMOTHEE. Beynon, M. and Barton, H. British Academy of Management. ISBN 0-9549608-1-5.

'Feeding the Beast': A perspective on the changing roles of workers and supervisors in first tier automotive component manufacturers in the US and UK. Barton, H. and Delbridge, R. American Academy of Management. ISSN 1543-8643.

Managing HR in the 'learning factory': Reality or Rhetoric? Barton, H and Delbridge, R. 8th International HRM conference –University of Cairns, Australia.
ISBN 0-646-44906-0.

'A Question of Rank'; Rank improvements in Police Forces in the UK. Barton, H. and Beynon, M. American Academy of Management. ISSN 1543-8643.

'Getting to the Top': An analysis of performance ranking amongst MSF groups in Wales. Barton, H. and Beynon, M. British Academy of Management.. ISBN 0-9549608-2-3.

Promothee based performance improvement analysis of police forces in Wales, UK. Beynon, M. and Barton, H.. MCDM 2006, Chania, Greece, June 19-23, 2006.

'The Russia House: An exploration of the increasing professionalisation of the Role of HRM in Russia'. Doughty, D. and Barton, H. 9th International HRM Conference in Talinn, Estonia. ISBN 978-9985-8-9.

'An initial exploration of the extent and influence of guanxi on the process of HR selection within the Chinese public sector.' Barton, H. and Teng, T. 9th International HRM Conference in Talinn, Estonia. ISBN 978-9985-8-9.

Targeted Criteria Performance Improvement: A Comparison of two 'Most Similar' Police Forces. Barton, H. and Beynon, M. British Academy of Management. ISBN: 0-9549608-3-1.

Targeted Criteria Performance Improvement: A Comparison of Two `Most Similar` UK Police Forces. Barton, H. and Beynon, M. American Academy of Management, Anaheim, USA – August, 2008. ISSN: 1543-8643.

'Lean' policing for the 21st Century. Barton, H. British Academy of Management, Harrogate, UK – September, 2008. ISBN: 0-9543608-4-X.

The Future Role of Human Resource Management within UK Policing. Barton, H. 9th Global International HRM Conference. Santa Fe, USA. June, 2009. ISBN 978-1-61584-212-4.

Getting the Right People in the Right Place at the Right Time: An analysis of Public Managers in China.. Teng, W. and Barton, H. 9th Global International HRM Conference. Santa Fe, USA. June, 2009. ISBN 978-1-61584-212-4.

UK Policing in the 21st Century. Barton, H. and Barton, L. American Academy of Management, Chicago. USA. August, 2009.

Rhona Rapoport: A Critical Biography of the Pioneering Researcher of Work-Family Balance. Clayton, R. and Barton, H. American Academy of Management, Chicago. USA. August, 2009.

Fuzzy C-Means Cluster Analysis of Police Forces Sanction Detections and Relationship with Concomitant Public Opinion. Barton, H. and Beynon, M. British Academy of Management, Brighton, UK. Sept. 2009. (Best Paper Award). ISBN-0-9549608-5-8.

Advancing 'professional' knowledge and practice amongst HR managers in emerging nations: the case of Azerbaijan. Barton, H. and Doughty, D. British Academy of Management, Brighton, UK. Sept, 2009. ISBN-0-9549609-5-8.

Police and Public Confidence: A Time to Reflect. Barton, H. Public Administration Conference. University of Glamorgan, UK. Sept, 2009.

Back from the Abyss? A review HR inspired diversity management interventions within the UK police service post 1999. Barton, H. Dutch HRM Network, Amsterdam, Netherlands. October, 2009.

Trust and Psychological Empowerment in the Russian Work Context. Barton, H. and Barton, L. EURAM 2010. Rome, Italy, May, 2010.

An Investigation into the Applicability of 'Lean' Policing for the 21st Century. Barton, H. !7th International Annual EurOMA Conference Proceedings. Porto, Portugal June, 2010. ISBN: 978-972-99847-3-0.

Advancing professional knowledge and practice within the HRM community of Azerbaijan. Barton, H. and Doughty, D. British Academy of Management Conference, University of Sheffield, UK. Sept, 2010.

An Assessment of Recruitment and Retention of Black and Minority (BE) Officers within the United Kingdom (UK) Police Service. Barton, H. and McMurray, A. British Academy of Management Conference. University of Sheffield, September, 2010.

Governance and Accountability within UK Police Authorities. Barton, H. Public Administration Conference (PAC). Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University, September, 2010.

'Hitting the Crossroads: Implications For the Future of Diversity Management within the UK Police Service in an Era of Financial Restraint?' Barton, H..VIII International Workshop on Human Resource Management – Seville, Spain, May 2011.

'Police Reform in England and Wales in an Era of Financial Constraint'. Barton, H. Conference on Public Administration in an Age of Austerity: The Future of the Discipline – Aston University, May, 2011.

'Competitive advantage through entrepreneurial marketing: a case study of a small independent winery of the Côtes du Rhône, France' Barton, H. and Barton, L. European Academy of Management (EURAM) June, 2011.

'The Impact of United Kingdom (UK) Government Reforms on Public Services: The Case of the Police Service in England and Wales.' Barton, H. Symposium on Comparative Public Policy and Government Innovation, Renmin State University, Beijing, China.

'Crafting growth niches in mature industries through entrepreneurial marketing: a case study of a small independent winery of the Cotes du Rhone, France.' Barton, L.; Painbeni, S. and Barton, H. 9th Rural Entrepreneurship Conference 2011. Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University, UK.

'Adapting to the Future: The application of new approaches to business process improvement: Initial findings from a study of five UK police forces.' Barton, H.
European Operations Management Association Conference (EURoMA), July, 2011. ISBN-1-902546-93-3:91.

'Assessing the Impact of Lean Implementation within a UK University Business School : A Case Study in Action.' Barton, H.; Yazdani, B. and Tivey, C. European Operations Management Association Conference (EURoMA), July, 2011.ISBN-1-902546-93-3:95.

'Police Reform in England and Wales: .Building High Performance Police Systems (HPPS) in an era of Financial Constraint' Barton, H. British Academy of Management Conference (BAM), September, 2011.ISBN: 978-0-9549608-3-4.

'Improving Police Performance through a Partnership Approach: A Case Study in Crime Prevention'. Barton, H. and Valero Silva, N. British Academy of Management Conference (BAM), September, 2011.ISBN-978-0-9549608-3-4.

'Managing for the Future in Higher Education: A case study on 'Lean' implementation within a UK Business School'. Barton. H. 15th IAMB Conference Proceedings. April 17-19, 2013, Lisbon, Portugal. ISSN 1949-9094.

'Lean' Policing; Initial findings from a study of 5 UK police forces. Barton. H. 24th Annual POMS 2013 Conference Proceedings. May 3-6, Denver, Colorado, USA. ISBN:!0:0-615-78490-8. (043-0542).

'Operationalizing a police performance management system.' Barton. H. 24th Annual POMS 2013 Conference Proceedings. May 3-6, Denver, Colorado, USA. ISBN:!0:0-615-78490-8. (043-0616)

'Lean in Knowledge Intensive Firms: A Case Study of Lean at Nottingham Business School. Yazdani, B and Barton. H. 24th Annual POMS 2013 Conference Proceedings. May 3-6, Denver, Colorado, USA. ISBN:!0:0-615-78490-8. (043-1250)

'Changes in governance and Accountability of the UK Police Service', Barton. H and Albery, D.. 13th Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management. 26-29 June, 2013, Istanbul, Turkey.

'A European Cross-Country Comparative Analysis of Trust in the Police using FSQCA.', Barton. H and Beynon, M. 13th Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management. 26-29 June, 2013, Istanbul, Turkey.

'Exploring and Examining the Empirical link between occupational sub-cultures and organisational performance in the emergency services', Wankhade, P. and Barton, H. 13th Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management. 26-29 June, 2013, Istanbul, Turkey.

'Occupational sub-cultures and its links to organisational performance in the emergency services: A comparative account of ambulance and police services in the UK', Wankhade, Paresh and Barton, Harry, British Academy of Management Conference, 10-12 September 2013, Liverpool UK.

'The future of UK policing: Exploring the rationale behind the election of police and crime commissioners in November 2012', Barton, Harry and Albery, Dawn, British Academy of Management Conference, 10-12 September 2013, Liverpool UK.

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