Professor Donald Hislop
Professor in the Sociology of Work and Technology in the Management Studies Discipline Group.
I have been working in Aberdeen Since January 2019. Prior to this I worked in the School of Business and Economics at Loughborough University (2007-2018).
I have research interests in two broad areas. Firsty, I am interested in the relationship between technology and work and how worker's use of new technologies shapes the character of their work. I currently have a primary interest in how artificial intelligence and robots are shaping managerial, professional and service work. I also have an ongoing interest in the work-related use of mobile communication technologies, particularly with respect to business travel. My second area of research interest is into the social-cultural aspects of knowledge management, being concerned with the factors shaping worker's willingness to engage in knowledge management activities
Memberships and Affiliations
- Internal Memberships
I am HoD for the Business Management Department
- External Memberships
I am on the editorial board of the Journals Work, Employment and Society, and New Technology, Work and Employment.
I am an academic Fellow in the CIPD
I am currently an external examiner at Warwick Business School, and Leeds University Business School
I am currently involved in teaching three modules. BU5577 Managing Human Resources, at the Aberdeen Campus, QB5501 Managing Human Resources and QB5506 Managing People at Work, in Qatar
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The diverse patterns of work-related business travel: accounting for spatial scaleApplied Mobilities, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 219-233Contributions to Journals: Articles
The work-related affordances of business travel: a disaggregated analysis of journey stage and mode of transportWork, Employment & Society, vol. 29, no. 6, pp. 950-968Contributions to Journals: Articles
Variability in the Use of Mobile ICTs by Homeworkers and its Consequences for Boundary Management and Social IsolationInformation and Organization, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 222-232Contributions to Journals: Articles
Understanding continuity in public sector HRM through neo‐institutional theory: why national collective bargaining has survived in English local governmentHuman Resource Management Journal, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 364-381Contributions to Journals: Articles
The process of individual unlearning: A neglected topic in an under-researched fieldManagement Learning, vol. 45, no. 5, pp. 540-560Contributions to Journals: Articles
Knowledge sharing using IT service management tools: conflicting discourses and incompatible practicesInformation Systems Journal, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 347-371Contributions to Journals: Articles
Introduction for special themed section: information and communication technologies and the work–life boundaryNew Technology, Work and Employment, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 177-178Contributions to Journals: Editorials
Homeworking: negotiating the psychological contractHuman Resource Management Journal, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 211-225Contributions to Journals: Articles
Driving, Communicating and Working: Understanding the Work-related Communication Behaviours of Business Travellers on Work-related Car JourneysMobilities, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 220-237Contributions to Journals: Articles
Utilizing job resources: Qualitative evidence of the roles of job control and social support in problem solvingWork & Stress, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 200-221Contributions to Journals: Articles