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Kathy Monks

Kathy MonksName: Emeritus Professor Kathy Monks
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Academic and Professional Qualifications: B.A., M.Litt., Ph.D., FCIPD

Kathy Monks is Professor of Human Resource Management at DCU Business School and Director of the Learning, Innovation and Knowledge (LInK) Research Centre at DCU. Kathy holds an undergraduate degree from UCD and a research Masters and doctorate from TCD. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. Her research interests include human resource management systems and management learning and development. She has published in journals such as Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Journal, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Management Education, Management Learning.

Kathy has served as both Chair and Secretary of the Irish Academy of Management as well as on the Council of the National Centre for Partnership and Performance. She is currently the Principal Investigator on a joint IRCHSS/ESRC funded project on knowledge intensive firms and a PRTLI IV funded project on Knowledge sharing and transfer in university research centres that forms part of the Irish Social Sciences Platform (ISSP).

Teaching Areas: Human Resource Management systems
Personal and professional development
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Selected Publications: Monks, K. and Loughnane, M. 2006. ‘Unwrapping the HRM bundle: HR system design in an Irish power utility’, International Journal of HRM, 17(11): 1926-1941.

Monks, K., Conway, E. and Ni Dhuigneain, M. 2006. ‘Integrating Personal Development and Career Planning: The Outcomes for First Year Undergraduate Learning’ Journal of Active Learning, 7(1): 73-86.

Conway, E. and Monks, K. 2007. ‘HR practices and commitment to change: An Employee level Analysis’, Human Resource Management Journal, 18(1): 72-89.

Buckley, F. and Monks, K. 2007. Responding to managers’ learning needs in an edge of chaos environment’, Journal of Management Education 32(2): 146-163.

Monks, K. 2007. The Business Impact of Equality and Diversity: The International Evidence. Report for the National Centre for Partnership and Performance, Dublin: NCPP and Equality Agency.