How our work has been applied and cited

Following list of articles, books and publications offers a glimpse of how our work has been cited and applied across a variety of fields.

Net Gains: A Handbook for Network Builders Seeking Social Change
Hoppe, Bruce, and Claire Reinelt. “Social network analysis and the evaluation of leadership networks.” The Leadership Quarterly 21.4 (2010): 600-619.

Raelin, Joseph A. “The end of managerial control?.” Group & Organization Management (2010):  

Mandell, Joyce. “Advice to action research activists: Negotiating successful action research-community based social change partnerships.” Humanity & Society 34.2 (2010): 141-156.

Mandell, Joyce. “CDCs and the Myth of the Organizing-Development Dialectic.” Madison, WI: COMM-ORG: The On-Line Conference on Community Organizing. Vol. 15. 2009.

Phongphom, Artittaya, and Soparth Pongquan. “Farmers’ network development in Northeast Thailand: a case study of Thai Bru in Mukdahan Province.” Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development 18.1 (2008): 103-122.

McGonagill, Grady, and Claire Reinelt. “Leadership development in the social sector: a framework for supporting strategic investments.” The Foundation Review 2.4 (2011): 6.

Evans, Scotney D., et al. “Miami Thrives: Weaving a poverty reduction coalition.” American journal of community psychology 53.3-4 (2014): 357-368.

Nascimbeni, Fabio. “Collaborative Knowledge Creation in Development Networks: Lessons Learned from a Transnational Programme.” The Journal of Community Informatics 9.3 (2013).

Malby, Rebecca, Kieran Mervyn, and Luca Pirisi. “How professionals can lead networks in the NHS.” International Journal of Leadership in Public Services, The 9.1/2 (2013): 47-58.

Dershem, L., et al. “NGO Network Analysis Handbook: how to measure and map linkages between NGOs. Save the Children. Tbilisi, Georgia.” NGO Network Analysis Handbook–Save the Children 3 (2011): 3.

Malby, Becky, and Kieran Mervyn. “Centre for Innovation in Health Management University of Leeds.” (2011).

Townsend, Maya. “Finding Value.” OD PRACTITIONER 45.2 (2013).

Townsend, Maya. “Organization Network Dynamics and Analysis.” The NTL Handbook of Organization Development and Change (2014): 581-604.

Nascimbeni, Fabio. “Networking for development: a network analysis of a development programme between Europe and Latin America.” (2012).

Malby, Becky, and Kieran Mervyn. “An Additional Brief Literature Review for The Health Foundation May 2012.”

Gaillard, Estelle. Learning for Change in a Changing Climate: A Community-based Education Perspective. Griffith University, 2012.

Network Power for Philanthropy and Nonprofits
Lowell, Stephanie. “BARR FOUNDATION.” (2006).

Peleg-Hadomi, Liron. “Collaborations, Partnerships, Networks. Introduction: From the Personal to the Professional. Interorganizational Partnerships and Networks.” New England Journal of Public Policy 23.1 (2010): 15. 

Frusciante, Angela. “Shifting From ‘Evaluation’to Valuing: A Six-Year Example of Philanthropic Practice Change and Knowledge Development.” The Foundation Review 6.2 (2014): 10.

Jaumont, Fabrice. Strategic philanthropy, organizational legitimacy, and the development of higher education in Africa: The partnership for higher education in Africa (2000-2010). Diss. New York University, 2014.

Cordero, Antonia Elizabeth, and Lirio K. Negroni. “Leadership Development for Latino Community Emancipation: An Integrative Approach in Social Work Education.” Advances in Social Work 14.1 (2013): 102-124.

Lawrence Community Works: Using the Power of Networks to Restore a City
Meehan, Deborah, Natalia Castañeda, and Anis Salvesen. “The role of leadership in place based initiatives.” California Endowment by the Leadership Learning Community (2011).

Borges-Mendez, Ramon, et al. “Latino business owners in East Boston.” (2006).  University of Massachusetts Boston John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy Affairs Mauricio Gaston Institute for Latino Community Development and Public Policy

Martin, Danielle Marie. Participatory media and collaborative facilitation: developing tools for aligning values to practice in organizations. Diss. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009.

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