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Journal Article

de Zilwa, D. (2016) The strengths and capacities of Authentic Followership. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 37 (3). pp. 310-324.

de Zilwa, D. (2007) Organisational culture and values and the adaptation of academic units in Australian universities. Higher Education Research & Development, 54 (4). pp. 557-574.

de Zilwa, D. (2005) Using entrepreneurial activities as a means of survival: Investigating the processes used by Australian universities to diversify their revenue streams. Higher Education, 50 (3). pp. 387-411.

Conference Paper

de Zilwa, D. (2010) Bourdieu's habitus as a conceptual tool to explore the fragmentation of academics' identities. In: European Consortium of Higher Education Researchers Conference, 23 - 25 June, Oslo, Norway

de Zilwa, D. (2008) Australian academics' responses to the culture and values performativity in the era of marketisation and new public management. In: Proceedings of the Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, 9 - 11 December, Liverpool, UK

de Zilwa, D. (2002) Network enterprises and adaptation of Academic units in Australian Universities. In: Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies Conference, July, Barcelona, Spain

Book Chapter

de Zilwa, D. (2014) A new conceptual framework for authentic followership. In: Lapierre, L.M. and Carsten, M.K., (eds.) Followership, what is it and why do people follow? Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., Bingley, UK, pp. 47-72.

de Zilwa, D. (2007) Australian university leaders: Agents of the McUniversity, entrepreneurial transformers, or bureaucrats? In: Williams, L.J. and Lee, E.N., (eds.) Australia: Economics, Political and Social Issues. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 1-24.

Book

de Zilwa, D. (2010) Academic units in a complex, changing world: Adaptation and resistance. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherland.

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