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DANIELS 81 [D] DANIELS, Kevin John b. 6 December 1966, Walsall, West Midlands, UK. Employment history Res. Assoc., Univ. East Anglia, 1991; Res. Ofﬁcer, Cranﬁeld Univ., 1991–93; ESRC Mgmt Teaching Fellow, Open Univ., 1994– 96; Lectr, Reader, OB, Univ. Shefﬁeld, UK, 1996–98, 1998–. Degrees received BSc (hons), Univ. Liverpool; PhD, Cranﬁeld Inst. Technology. Editorial duties Ed. Bd, J. Aust. & NZ AM, 1997–; Assoc. Ed., JOOP, 1998–. Prizes and honours Best paper award (with L. de Chernatony, G. Johnson), Marketing Educators Conference, Loughborough, 1993; Invited address, Symposium on Current Trends and Future Issues in Teleworking Practice, Tokyo, Japan, 1997; Vis. Res. Scholar, Macquarie Univ., Aust., 1998; Invited presentation, Occupational Section Scientiﬁc Seminar, Brit. Psychol. Soc., 1998. Consultancy work Brit. Telecom; Open Univ.; Shropshire County Council. Principal ﬁelds of interest OB; MOC. Chief publications Book: 1. Managing Telework: Perspectives from Human Resource Management and Work Psychology (with D.A. Lamond, P. Standen) (ITBP, 2000). Articles: 1. ‘Control, information seeking preferences, occupational stressors and psychological well-being’ (with A. Guppy), Work & Stress, 6, 1992; 2. ‘A cognitive perspective on managers’ perceptions of competitors’ (with L. de Chernatony, L.G. Jonson), J. Marketing Mgmt, 10, 1993; 3. ‘Occupational stress, social support, job control and psychological well-being’ (with A. Guppy), Human Relations, 47, 1994; 4. ‘Differences in managerial cognitions of competition’ (with G. Johnson, L. de Chernatony), Brit. J. Mgmt, 5, 1994; 5. ‘Validating a method for mapping managers’ mental models of competitive industry structures’ (with L. de Chernatony, L.G. Johnson)...
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