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  • Corporate social responsibility and the teaching of management accounting

    Kelly, Martin; Bather, Andrea (Reason In Practice, 2009)
    Throughout most of the 20th century Management Accounting was developed on the premise that it should help managers to decide how best to maximise the short-term financial profits of their businesses. In the emergent ...
  • A dialectic analysis of the whistleblowing phenomenon

    Bather, Andrea; Kelly, Martin (Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants, 2006)
    Although whistleblowers are often portrayed as courageous individuals deserving of respect, the act of whistleblowing can be viewed as a disloyal act which may bring much harm to the whistleblower's colleagues. We argue ...
  • Making use of action learning in business schools: The UK and New Zealand experience

    Hand, Leonard; Kelly, Martin (USA Info, Inc, 2006)
    INTRODUCTION Most business schools originated in the latter half of the twentieth century. Often they were staffed by individuals from the business environment who were not skilled in teaching or research methods. The new ...
  • Performance measurement of state secondary schools of New Zealand: The teachers’ perspective

    Malik, Arshad Ashfaque; Davey, Howard; Kelly, Martin (Common Ground Publishing, 2011)
    The performance of State secondary schools of New Zealand is currently measured by the schools’ performance measurement system (PMS) as well as by the Education Review Office (ERO) and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority ...
  • The practice of sustainable business: A New Zealand perspective

    Bather, Andrea; Foo, Dani; Kelly, Martin; McCourt, Alison; Singh-Ladhar, Jagdeep (Inderscience, 2012)
    The paper outlines the business decision making paradigm that prevailed in the 20th century and how the resultant business decisions revealed deficiencies in that paradigm. However, it recognises that some powerful forces ...

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