Scholarly talk

As well as writing white papers prepared to inform and stimulate discussion with enterprise executives and HR professionals, Sharna is an active scholar who routinely presents her work and publishes in peer refereed journals.  Here you’ll find her selected articles, research and presentations – if you have another topic in mind, ask Sharna.

Addressing HR Analytics Challenges: Combining Academic and Practitioner Research Janet Marler, Dana Minbaeva, Esther Bonennar, Placid Jover, Alec Levenson, Jorrit Van Der Togt (August 2017)

At the Interface of eHRM, Talent Management and HR: A Social Constructionist Perspective Sharna Wiblen, Janet Marler (August 2017)

Talking about Talent Development in a Professional Services Firm: An Australian Case Study Sharna Wiblen, Carole Tansley (August 2017)

HR Analytics and Data-driven HR Decision Making: Bridging Research and Practice    Janet Marler, Sharna Wiblen, John Boudreau, Kristine Dery, and Sjoerd van den Heuvel (February 2016)

Framing the usefulness of eHRM in talent management: A case study of talent identification in a professional services firm   Sharna Wiblen (June 2016)

Questioning the Value of a Consistent Approach to Talent Management: When One Best Way is not Enough   Sharna Wiblen, David Stephen Grant, Kristine Dery (January 2015)

Talking about talent: conceptualising talent management through discourse   Sharna Wiblen (December 2015)

Getting the measure of talent management: A discourse analysis approach to e-talent   Sharna L Wiblen, Kristine Dery (2014)

Lost in translation? An actor-network approach to HRIS implementation   Kristine Dery, Richard Hall, Nick Wailes, Sharna Wiblen (September 2013)

Sociomateriality and strategy-as-practice: taking technology seriously and applying actor-network theory   Richard Hall, Kristine Dery, Nick Wailes, Sharna L Wiblen (2013)

Putting the HR into the HRIS: A study of the implementation of Human Resource Information Systems   Kristine Dery, David Stephen Grant, Richard Hall, Nick Wailes, Sharna Wiblen (Januray 2013)

Do you see what I see? The role of technology in talent identification   Sharna Wiblen, Kristine Dery, David Grant (October 2012)

Linking leadership and talent: a discursive analysis of e-learning in a professional services firm   Sharna L Wiblen, David Grant, Kristine Dery (2012)

HRISs and the constraint of human agency: The implications for HR skills   Kristine Dery, Richard Hall, Sharna L Wiblen (2010)

Transitioning from a proprietary to Vanilla HRIS: the resulting implications for talent   Sharna Wiblen, Kristine Dery, David Grant (2010)

Transitioning to a new HRIS: The reshaping of human resources and information technology talent   Sharna Wiblen, David Grant, Kristine Dery (2010)

Human resource information systems (HRIS): an unrealised potential   David Grant, Kristine Dery, Richard Hall, Nick Wailes, Sharna Wiblen (2009)

Human resource information systems (HRIS): Replacing or enhancing HRM   Kristine Dery, David Grant, Sharna Wiblen (2009)