Dr Barbara Lasky is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resources Management and Organization Behavior in a School of Business. Her research interests include management of change, mentoring in higher education, and action learning and narrative methodologies. She has published nationally and internationally.


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Knowledge Management and a Human Resource Perspective: An Integrated Model

The Human Resource department as a whole, has an important, although specialized, role to play in the knowledge management process.

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The Flexible Workforce in the Knowledge Economy: A case study examining the perceptions of call centre staff and influence of flexible work practices to job satisfaction in a multi-national call centre operating in Australia

This paper explores the nature of workplace flexibility in an Australian Call Centre by comparing flexible practices to employee’s perceptions and job satisifaction on these criteria.

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Managing Intangibles: Predicting the Future of Human Resources Management

Job advertisements open a window onto the way in which companies manage their human skills base, and value HR.

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Mentoring as the Way Forward for Learning Organizations

Mentoring as a vital support for academics so as to enable organisations to meet both teaching and research goals.

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Transforming the Naïve Researcher: Collaborative Participation in a Process of Learning Creates Opportunities

Naïve researchers working collaboratively will be able to compete successfully for research funds and student customers.

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