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Dr Judy Scully

Work & Organisational Psychology Group

Judy Scully

Position: Senior Lecturer
Phone: +44(0)121 204 3229
Email: j.w.scully@aston.ac.uk
Room: SW8013

  • 1991-1994 PhD Department of Sociology, University of Warwick.  ESRC Funded Research Grant for PhD Thesis
  • 1988-1991 BA Honours First Class Degree in Sociology and Social Policy, University of Warwick
  • 2003-Present Director Aston Multi Media Interactive Research Suite, Aston Business School, Aston University
  • 2005-50% Secondment Innovation Fellow, Business Parnership Unit, Aston Business School, Aston University
  • 1999-2002 Research Fellow, Aston Centre for Health Services, Work & Organisational Psychology Group, Aston Business School, Aston University
  • 1998-1999 Research Fellow, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick
  • 1994-1998 Contract Lectureship, Department of Sociology/Social Policy, University of Warwick
  • 1991-1994 Hourly Teaching, Department of Sociology/Social Policy, University of Warwick
  • Qualitative Research Methods PhD Students
  • Qualitative Research Methods MSc Students
  • Dissertation Supervision MSc Students 

Modules Taught

  • PG BHM314 Advanced Research Methods Course
  • PhD Qualitative Research Methods
  • HRM Health Service Management Research
  • User Involvement
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Research
  • Survey Design and Implementation
  • Organisational effectiveness and Cancer Services Research 
  • Business and community engagement

  •  Knowledge transfer

  • 2006 NHS Benevolent Fund Feasibility Study
  • 2005 Public & Patient Involvement in Health
  • 2005 Evaluating Patient Choice
  • 2003-2006 NHS National Staff Survey
  • 2004-2006 Barriers and Opportunities to Working with Small Medium Enterprise
  • 2004-2005 Reward and Recognition in Customer Service
  • 2004-2005 GP and GP Practice Staff Pilot Survey
  • 2003-2004 Evaluating the Certificate of Community Volunteering for Patient Representatives
  • 2002-2003 The Link Between Staff and Patient Satisfaction
  • 2001-2004 Staff Involvement and Organisational Performance in the NHS
  • 1999-2001 Effective Teamwork in Breast Cancer Services
  • 1999-2001 Link Between People Management and Organisational Performance in the NHS 
  • Macmillan Cancer Network
  • Yorkshire Palliative Care Network
  • Member, Academy of Management.
  • Member, British Psychological and Social Oncology Group.  
  • Scully, J., Buttigieg, S., Shaw, D., Fullard, A., Gregson, M. (2012). The role of SHRM in turning tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge - A cross-national study of the UK and Malta.
  • Parkes, C., Scully, J. (2010). Civil society, business and the state: Public sector citizenship action for the undeserving.
  • Parkes, C., Scully, J., Anson, S. (2010). CSR & the 'underserving': A role for the state, civil society and business.
  • Parkes, C., Scully, J., West, M., Dawson, J. (2007). High commitment' strategies: It ain't what you do; it's the way that you do it.
  • Richter, A., Scully, J., West, M. (2005). Intergroup conflict and intergroup effectiveness in organizations: Theory and scale development.
  • Amir, Z. & Scully, J. (2004) The professional role of breast cancer nurses in multi-disciplinary breast cancer care teams. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, (8) 
  • Richter, A., Scully, J. & West, M. A. (2004) Intergroup conflict and intergroup effectiveness in organisations: Theory and scale development. European Journal of Work & Organisational Psychology, (14) 2 
  • (Haward, R. & Amir, Z.) Borrill, C., Dawson, J., Scully, J., Sainsbury, R. & West, M. A. (2004) Breast cancer teams: The impact of constitution, new cancer workload and methods of opertaion on their effectiveness. British Journal of Cancer, 89, pp 15-22 
  • West, M. A., Borrill, C., Dawson, J., Scully, J., Carter, M. & Anelay, S. (with Patterson, M. & Waring, J.) (2003) The link between the management of employees and patient mortality in acute hospitals. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 13 (8), pp 1299-1310 
  • Scully, J., (1998) Charity Shops and Civil Society, Publishes paper for Oxfam 
  • Deakin,N. & Scully, J. (1999) Reflections on Civil Society, Published by National Council of Voluntary Organisations 
  • Scully, J., (1997) A 'Strange Irish Identity' an example of 'Symbolic Power', New Community, 23 (3), pp 385-398 

 Journal Articles Submitted

  • Carter, M., West, M. A., Dawson, J. & Scully, J. (2005) Team Based Working Supervisor Support in Health Care Organisations: Links with Violence, Bullying, Harassement and Errors, European Journal of Work & Organisational Psychology
  • Amir, Z. & Scully, J. (2005) Inter-disciplinary Support and Mental Health in UK Breast Cancer Teams, Journal of Psycho-Oncology

Official Reports

  • Clegg, B., Scully, J., Roper, S., Bryson, J. (2013). Final Report: Engaging Research for Business Transformation. ESRC.
  • Bakhshi, H., Edwards, J., Roper, S., Scully, J., Shaw, D., Morley, L. (2013). Creative Credits: a randomised controlled innovation policy experiment (pp. 76). London: National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA). www.nesta.org.uk/library/documents/CreativeCreditsJune13.pdf
  • Bakhshi, H., Edwards, J., Roper, S., Scully, J., Shaw, D. (2011). Creating innovation in small and medium-sized enterprises: Evaluating the short-term effects of the creative credits pilot. London: NESTA.
  • Roper, S., Edwards, J., Scully, J., Shaw, D., Preece, G., et al (2010). Evaluation the effect of creative credits. National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA).
  • Shaw, D., Scully, J., McCarthy, I. (2009). Consultation document on the relocation of Queenswood and Crouch End Health Centre practices to the new Hornsey Central Neighbourhood Health Centre. NHS Haringey.
  • Scully, J., Shaw, D., Preece, G. (2009). Extending short break provision for disabled children and young people in Birmingham: Outdoor and Leisure Centres. Birmingham City Council.
  • Scully, J., Shaw, D., McCarthy, I. (2009). Involving people in organisational development systems - The IPOD systems model: A model to measure and monitor organisational performance. Birmingham City Council.
  • West, M., Fisher, G. K., Carter, M., Gould, V. B., Scully, J. (2005). Rewarding customer service? Using reward and recognition to deliver your customer service strategy. Institute of Customer Service and Chartered Institute of Personal and Development (Aston Business School). www.cipd.co.uk/Bookstore/_catalogue/PayAndReward/1843981424.htm
  • West, M., Borrill, C. S., Carter, M., Scully, J., Dawson, J., Richter, A. W. (2005). Working together: Employee involvement and organisational performance in the NHS. Department of Health (Aston Business School).
  • Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (2005) Rewarding Customer Service
  • CD Report DoH (2005) Working Together: Staff Involvement and Organisational Performance in the NHS        

 Presentations Given

  • Scully, J., "Creative Credits (NESTA)," Vienna, Austria. (2012)
  • Scully, J., "Creative Credits (NESTA)," Sligo, Ireland. (2012)
  • Bakhshi, H., Edwards, J., Roper, S., Scully, J., Shaw, D., "Bridging the divide: Using innovation vouchers to link SMEs and creative service providers - first results from a UK mixed-methods evaluation," Florence, Italy. (2011)
  • Shipton, H., Khatri, N., Rondeau, K., Rathert, C., Scully, J., Academy of Management Conference, "Strategic HRM in health-care," Philadelphia. (August 2007)
  • Shipton, H., MacCurtain, S., McMahon, J., Scully, J., Sanders, K., Academy of Management Conference, "Leading in health-care," Atlanta. (August 2006)
  • Parkes, C., Scully, J., West, M. A., Dawson, J., Proceedings CIPD Professional Standards Conference, "High commitment strategies: it ain?t what you do, it?s the way that you do it," Keele University. (June 2006)
  • Borrill, C., Carter, M., Dawson, J., Fisher, G., Hirst, G., Knight-Turvey, N., Neal, A., Scully, J., Waring, J., West, M., Proceedings of the Academy of Management Annual Conference, "HR?s contextual effect on valued outcomes: Financial return, customer satisfaction and the grim reaper," Seattle. (August 2003)

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