Dr John Mc Williams

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

Department

BL Deakin Business School

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Contact

Publications

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2017

The impact of characteristics of nurses' relationships with their supervisor, engagement and trust, on performance behaviours and intent to quit.

J Rodwell, J McWilliams, A Gulyas

(2017), Vol. 73, pp. 190-200, Journal of advanced nursing, C1

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2015

Conscientiousness, openness to experience and extraversion as predictors of nursing work performance: a facet-level analysis

J Ellershaw, C Fullarton, J Rodwell, J Mc Williams

(2015), Vol. 24, pp. 244-252, Journal of nursing management, C1

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Perceptions of fairness in the psychological contracts of allied health professionals

R Flower, D Demir, J Mc Williams, D Johnson

(2015), Vol. 7, pp. 106-116, Asia-Pacific journal of business administration, C1

journal
2014

Promises in psychological contract drive commitment for clinicians

J Ellershaw, P Steane, J McWilliams, Y Dufour

(2014), Vol. 19, pp. 153-165, Clinical governance, C1

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2012

Unfolding the way valued knowledge workers decide to quit

J McWilliams

(2012), Vol. 19, pp. 70-98, International journal of employment studies, C1

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Work differences by sector for medical specialists : evidence of a public sector ethos

J Ellershaw, A Gulyas, D Demir, J McWilliams, D Johnson

(2012), Vol. 20, pp. 75-90, International journal of employment studies, C1

journal
2009

How are knowledge workers shocked into quitting?

J McWilliams, A Noblet, C Cooper, Y Peros

(2009), BAM 2009 : The End of the pier? Competing perspectives on the challenges facing business and management : conference proceedings of the 2009 British Academy of Management, [Brighton, England], E1

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Grief and organisational change

J McWilliams

(2009), Vol. 12, pp. 66-69, Grief matters, C1

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2008

Sources of well-being and commitment of staff in the Australian Disability Employment Services

A Noblet, J Graffam, J McWilliams

(2008), Vol. 16, pp. 137-146, Health and social care in the community, C1

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Regrettable turnover

J McWilliams, A Noblet, C Cooper

(2008), pp. 1-24, BAM 2008 : Proceedings of the 2008 British Academy of Management conference, [North Yorkshire, England], E1

conference
2007

Wellbeing, job satisfaction and commitment among Australian community health workers: the relationship with working conditions

A Noblet, C Cooper, J McWilliams, A Rudd

(2007), Vol. 13, pp. 40-48, Australian journal of primary health, C1

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2006

Abating the consequences of managerialism on the forgotten employees : the issues of support, control, coping and pay

A Noblet, J McWilliams, J Rodwell

(2006), Vol. 29, pp. 911-930, International journal of public administration, C1

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Organizational change in the public sector: augmenting the demand control model to predict employee outcomes under New Public Management

A Noblet, J Rodwell, J McWilliams

(2006), Vol. 20, pp. 335-352, Work & Stress, C1

journal

Work characteristics and employee outcomes in local government

A Noblet, J McWilliams, S Teo, J Rodwell

(2006), Vol. 17, pp. 1804-1818, International journal of human resource management, C1

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Predictors of job strain and intention to quit in a reorganised Australian workforce

A Noblet, J Graffam, J McWilliams

(2006), pp. 1-21, BAM 2006 : building international communities through collaboration, [Belfast, Ireland], E1

conference
2005

Which work characteristics predict employee outcomes for the public-sector employee? An examination of generic and occupation-specific characteristics

A Noblet, S Teo, J McWilliams, J Rodwell

(2005), Vol. 16, pp. 1415-1430, International journal of human resource management, C1

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The soft side of management is needed to address the consequences of new public management in employees

A Noblet, J Rodwell, J McWilliams

(2005), BAM 2005 : Challenges of organisations in global markets : conference proceedings of the 2005 British Academy of Management, London, England, E1

conference

Can experiential learning improve emotional intelligence and can that, in turn, improve the work performance of middle managers?

J McWilliams, R Ma, C Hartel

(2005), pp. 1-11, ANZAM 2005 : Engaging the multiple contexts of management : convergence and divergence of management theory and practice : proceedings of the 19th ANZAM conference, Canberra, A.C.T., E1

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Managing employee outcomes in reformed local government

A Noblet, S Teo, J McWilliams, J Rodwell

(2005), AM 2005 : Academy of Management annual meeting proceedings, Honolulu, Hi., E1-1

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2004

Combating the impact of managerialism on public sector employees

A Noblet, J McWilliams, J Rodwell

(2004), ANZAM 2004 : Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, 8-11 December 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand, Dunedin, N.Z., E1

conference

The employee in the new public sector : the centrality of job strain model issues on outcomes

S Teo, A Noblet, J McWilliams, J Rodwell

(2004), pp. 5-6, AM 2004 : Academy of management sixty-fourth annual meeting : conference proceedings, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y., E1-1

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2003

Predictors of the strain experienced by professional Australian footballers

A Noblet, J Rodwell, J McWilliams

(2003), Vol. 15, pp. 184-193, Journal of applied sport psychology, C1

journal
2001

The job strain model is enough for managers : no augmentation needed

A Noblet, J Rodwell, J McWilliams

(2001), Vol. 16, pp. 635-649, Journal of managerial psychology, C1

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Grants

Industry and Other Funding

Action Research Services into Management Practices

Dr John Mc Williams

  • 2006: $100,000

Action Research Services into Management Practices

Dr John Mc Williams

  • 2007: $20,833
  • 2006: $109,394

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2014

Kalsom Ali

Thesis entitled: The Effects of Leader-Member Exchange and Employee Wellbeing towards Employee Turnover Intention

Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin Graduate School of Business

2003

Neil McAdam

Thesis entitled: Evolving Concepts of Leadership and Influence in 21st Century Networking Organisations

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Management and Marketing

2002

Andrew Noblet

Thesis entitled: The Sources of Stress Experienced by Professional Australian Footballers

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Management and Marketing

Associate Supervisor
2005

Stanley Jeffery

Thesis entitled: Development of a Model to Create Entrepeneurial Technology Businesses

Doctor of Technology, School of Engineering

1999

Dorothy Jenkins

Thesis entitled: A Study of Culture and Organisational Change at a TAFE Institute

Master of Commerce, School of Management and Marketing