Publications: Gardner, Scott
Huang, X. and Gardner, S. (2007) A stakeholder view of strategic management in Chinese firms. International Journal of Business Studies, 15 (1). pp. 1-13.
Moore, B. and Gardner, S. (2004) HR managers, SHRM and the Australian metals mining sector: Embracing the unitarist vision. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 42 (3). pp. 274-300.
Gardner, S. and Ash, C.G. (2003) ICT-enabled organisations: a model for change management. Logistics Information Management, 16 (1). pp. 18-24.
Gardner, S. (2001) Stakeholder and reputation management as a tool for effective governance in corporatised government agencies. Journal of Contemporary issues in Business and Goverment, 7 (1). pp. 29-40.
Gardner, S. (1994) Strategy and change: Re-engineering at Optimax systems. Workplace Reform Monitor, 9 .
Gardner, S. and Tellefsen, B. (2002) From Fiefdoms to knowledge centres: Constituent market orientation as a platform for transforming and repositioning Australias new universities. In: 8th International Conference on Public-Private Partnerships Exploring Co-operation, subtheme: Strategic alliances and networking, 12 - 15 June 2002, University of Karlstad, Sweden.
Gardner, S. (2001) Stakeholder relationship management: managing the dilemmas of commercialised government. In: 7th International Public-Private Sector Partnership Conference, 6 - 9 June 2001, University of Twente, Netherlands.
Gardner, S. (2000) Technology as a Trojan Horse? Managing the consultant/client dynamic in IT focused change interventions. In: ANZAM conference 2000, 3 - 6 December 2000, Sydney, N.S.W..
Gardner, S. (1999) Strategic Dialogue: Towards a model of effective change management. In: 4th Dynamics Strategy Conference , 22 - 23 April 1999, Surrey, England.
Gardner, S. (1999) Strategic employee communication as a determinant of change management success or failure. In: ANZAM Conference 1999, 1 - 4 December 1999, Hobart, Tasmania.
Gardner, Scott (1989) The north west shelf natural gas project: An analysis of critical events. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.