Dr Marian Crowley-Henry is a lecturer in human resource management, international management and organisational behaviour/theory in the Department of Management at the National University of Ireland Maynooth. She is the programme director of the MSc HRM/HRD. Marian’s current research interests are in international human resource management, self initiated expatriation, migration, careers and identity, and supervises PhD research students in those areas.
Interested in research? Thinking of undertaking a PhD? Thinking of a career in academia? Why not consider undertaking a PhD in Maynooth University's School of Business.
Not for the faint-hearted, a full-time PhD journey takes four years (six years part-time) and is a major intellectual undertaking, involving philosophy, theory and empirical research, focusing on a particular research question within a particular research discipline.
If it is something you are considering, why not consider undertaking a PhD in the School of Business at Maynooth University? The research interests of the School of Business faculty can be found here: https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/school-business/our-people. My own research interests in the areas of qualitative research, HRM, careers, international mobility Continue reading here [...]
Check out a recent publication with my colleague Professor Akram Al Ariss from Toulouse Business School. Details as follows: Crowley-Henry, M and Al Ariss, A (2016) Talent management of skilled migrants: Propositions and an agenda for future research, International Journal of Human Resource Management, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2016.1262889. In the paper we unpack the dominant conceptualizations of talent management (TM) in contemporary academic publications and consider these in relation to skilled international migrants. We highlight, through a series of propositions, how organizations, in strategically using a comprehensive TM lens rather than a human capital lens in approaching the TM of skilled migrants, could benefit from improved HRM performance. Continue reading here [...]
My PhD student’s paper, Ciarán McFadden,won the Best Student Paper award at the 19th Irish Academy of Management conference (2016) for the paper entitled: Politics, Privilege and Power: Exploring the Role of Workplace Heteronormativity in the Identity Management of LGB Employees in Ireland. Wishing Ciarán the very best in his future academic career!
Two reports named Shaping the Agenda 1 and 2 were officially launched on Monday 10th October 2016 in Maynooth University Ireland. The research team is from the Kennedy Institute Workplace Mediation Research Group (KIWMRG), with this particular research project led by Dr Deirdre Curran (NUIG) and commissioned by the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland (MII), the professional association for mediators in Ireland. The research identified the competencies, skills and behaviours of workplace mediators through an extensive literature review (and reported in the report entitled: Shaping the Agenda 1: Exploring the Competencies, Skills and Behaviours of Effective Workplace Mediators), and highlighted the implications for the development of workplace mediation in Ireland (published in the report: Shaping Continue reading here [...]
Check out my recent publication, with two great colleagues: Crowley-Henry, M., O Connor, E. and Al Ariss, A. (2016) “Portrayal of Skilled Migrants’ Careers in Business and Management Studies: A Review of the Literature and Future Research Agenda”. European Management Review, DOI: 10.1002/emre.12072.
A systematic literature review in business and management studies was conducted, which paints a portrait of the existing literature on skilled migrants’ host country career experiences. Core themes arising from this review are presented, including labeling inconsistency concerning the population (with researchers using terminology such as‘skilled migrants,’ ‘immigrant professionals’ and ‘qualified immigrants’ interchangeably); the need for including skilled migrant Continue reading here [...]
A chapter I co-wrote with my PhD student, Ciarán McFadden, currently on a Fulbright Irish Student Award in the Williams Institute, UCLA, USA, is now available online: http://tinyurl.com/hlr8v7e.
The full reference details are: McFadden, C., and Crowley-Henry, M. (2016). “A Systematic Literature Review on Trans* Careers and Workplace Experiences”. In: Koellen, T. (Ed.) Sexual Orientation and Transgender Issues in Organizations. New York: Springer.
This chapter presents a systematic review conducted on the academic literature related to the careers and workplace experiences of the trans* population (including but not limited to: transsexual, transgender, genderqueer). Primarily situated in the career theory, human resources, and general business management disciplines, Continue reading here [...]
The 2015 Irish Academy of Management conference takes place on the campus of NUI Galway on Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th September, preceded by a doctoral/PhD colloquium on Wednesday 2nd September.
The 2015 IAM conference theme is ‘Towards Socially Responsible Management?’ which will examine key issues and debates regarding the future of management in its broadest sense using a multi-stakeholder approach. The keynote plenary sessions will focus on the future of management education and research.
Check out http://iamireland.ie/annual-conference/2015-annual-conference-nuigalway.html for more information.
In the aftermath of the #LeavingCertResults and impending #CAO offers, students take heed: academic qualifications are not everything. EY is to remove the academic qualifications filter in its graduate and school-leaver recruitment programmes, thereby improving chances for a more diverse workforce in the future.
In the UK, EY has decided to remove academic qualifications from its application filter for graduate and school leaver programmes from 2016. After extensive research, EY found that attaining good academic results at third level does not necessarily mean success at the firm.
EY wants to recruit the very best talent, and recognizes that they have a better chance to attain this by broadening access to the profession. They acknowledge that there are lots of different skills and talents Continue reading here [...]
The 16th International Conference on Human Resource Development and Practice across Europe takes place in University College Cork (Ireland) from 3rd-5th June 2015. With ca. 350 attendees from all over the world, blended from practitioners and academics in the area of human resource development, the conference is a huge success.
Professor Sandra Robinson (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada) gave a keynote presentation on 3rd June looking at the role of trust in HRD, sharing very interesting research, including that, sometimes, too much trust can have negative outcomes (such as reduced performance in teams or reduced negotiated outcomes for individuals), which she calls 'the dark side' of trust.
Professor Michael Morley (University of Limerick, Ireland) gave a keynote presentation Continue reading here [...]
Greetings from the prestigious Toulouse Business School (EQUIS, AACSB, AMBA accredited), which is hosting the 1st international conference on self-initiated expatriation (28-29 May 2015).
With ca. 50 participants representing institutions as far away as Massey University New Zealand and the key academics in this growing field, the inaugural conference is a huge success.
Self-initiated expatriation is a phenomenon which has been receiving increasing academic attention in international management and international human resource management literature in the past decade. It highlights the fact that most international mobility is self initiated as opposed to sponsored by organizations, and that much research remains to be done in this area, unpacking the motivations, experiences and challenges Continue reading here [...]