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Dr. Elaine Berkery

Biography

Dr. Elaine Berkery is a Lecturer in Management and a member of the Work, Knowledge and Employment research stream in the Kemmy Business School. Her teaching interests are in the area of management, international management and strategic management across health, public and tourism sectors. She teaches on a wide range of programmes at both undergraduate and post-graduate level, and has extensive experience of programme development including the MA in Business Management, for which she was Course Director from February 2008 - September 2012. She is an Alumnus of the International Teachers Programme (ITP) and has been nominated for the Large Group Teaching Excellence Award at the University of Limerick (2009, 3013).

Elaine completed her PhD by publication at the University of Limerick. Her research interests are in the area of gender and leadership; gender in management; female representation on state boards; flexible work arrangements and organisational outcomes.

Elaine has presented her research to international audiences and has published her research in International Journals. She is a Senior Associate Fellow of the Academy of World Business, Marketing and Management Development, a member of the Work and Family Researchers Network and a member of the Work, Knowledge and Employment research stream in the Kemmy Business School.

Research Interests

Elaine is a member of the Work, Knowledge and Employment research stream in the Kemmy Business School. Her research interests lie mainly in the area of gender and leadership studies, female progression in the workplace, female appointments to state boards and the uptake and impact of flexible working arrangements across EU organisations.

Elaine completed her PhD by publication titled "Of Seats, Stereotypes and Structures: Empirical Contributions on Women in the Workplace from a Gender-Organisation-Systems Perspective" at the University of Limerick.

She has published and presented her work to international audiences.

Teaching Interests

Elaine's teaching interests are in the area of management, international management and strategy with a particular focus on health care / public sector management and managing in the tourism industry. She teachs on a wide range of programmes at both undergraduate and post graduate level. She has extensive experience of programme development including the MA in Business Management for which she was Course Director of from Feb 2008- Aug 2012. She is an Alumnus of the International Teachers Programme (ITP) and has been nominated for the Large Group Teaching Excellence Award 2008 and 2013 at the University of Limerick.

Professional Activities

Education

  • 2017 University of Limerick - PhD
  • 2004 University of Limerick - Master of Arts in International Tourism
  • 2003 University of Limerick - BBS

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal

2020

From start to finish: Flexi-time as a social exchange and its impact on organizational outcomes
Berkery E.;Morley M.J.;Tiernan S.;Peretz H.
(2020) From start to finish: Flexi-time as a social exchange and its impact on organizational outcomes
In European Management Journal; pp. 591-601
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emj.2020.02.003

2017

On the Uptake of Flexible Working Arrangements and the Association with Human Resource and Organizational Performance Outcomes
Berkery, E., Morley, M.J., Tiernan, S., Purtill, H. & Parry, E.
(2017) On the Uptake of Flexible Working Arrangements and the Association with Human Resource and Organizational Performance Outcomes
In European Management Review; pp. 165-183
DOI: 10.1111/emre.12103
[ULIR]

2016

The relationship between gender role stereotypes and requisite managerial characteristics: The case of nursing and midwifery professionals: a response to Lalor
Berkery, E., Tiernan, S. & Morley, M.J.
(2016) The relationship between gender role stereotypes and requisite managerial characteristics: The case of nursing and midwifery professionals: a response to Lalor
In Journal Of Nursing Management; pp. 1137-1140
DOI: 10.1111/jonm.12410

2014

The relationship between gender role stereotypes and requisite managerial characteristics: The case of nursing and midwifery professionals.
Berkery, E., Tiernan, S. and Morley, M
(2014) The relationship between gender role stereotypes and requisite managerial characteristics: The case of nursing and midwifery professionals.
In Journal Of Nursing Management; pp. 709-719
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2834.2012.01459.x

2014

The Relationship between Gender Role Stereotypes and Requisite Managerial Characteristics – the Case of Nursing and Midwifery Professionals
Berkery, E., Tiernan, S., and Morley, M.
(2014) The Relationship between Gender Role Stereotypes and Requisite Managerial Characteristics – the Case of Nursing and Midwifery Professionals
In National Institute Of Health Sciences Research Bulletin; pp. 46-

2013

Beyond gender role stereotypes and requisite managerial characteristics: From communal to androgynous, the changing views of women."
Berkery, E., Morley, M. and Tiernan, S.
(2013) Beyond gender role stereotypes and requisite managerial characteristics: From communal to androgynous, the changing views of women."
In Gender in Management: An International Journal; pp. 278-298
DOI: 10.1108/GM-12-2012-0098

2013

Stereotyping the managerial role: Is it still a man's world? A study of university students in Ireland
Berkery, E
(2013) Stereotyping the managerial role: Is it still a man's world? A study of university students in Ireland
In The Journal of Management and World Business Research; pp. 15-28

2013

Inclusive or exclusive: An examination of sex role stereotypes and requisite managerial characteristics among Irish business studies students
Berkery, E., Tiernan, S. and Morley, M
(2013) Inclusive or exclusive: An examination of sex role stereotypes and requisite managerial characteristics among Irish business studies students
In Irish Journal Of Management; pp. 7-26

2012

Female participation trends in the Irish labour force: The case of state sponsored bodies in Ireland, 1970-2007
Berkery, E., Tiernan, S. and Morley, M.
(2012) Female participation trends in the Irish labour force: The case of state sponsored bodies in Ireland, 1970-2007
In Administration; pp. 63-85

2009

High Performance Work Systems in the Intellectual Disability Care Sector: An Explorarory Study at Organisational Level
Berkery, E; Tiernan, S; Armstrong, C
(2009) High Performance Work Systems in the Intellectual Disability Care Sector: An Explorarory Study at Organisational Level
In International Business Research; pp. 16-28

2008

Managing your employees effectively- A case study on the Intellectual Disability Care Sector in Ireland
Berkery, E
(2008) Managing your employees effectively- A case study on the Intellectual Disability Care Sector in Ireland
In Nat. Inst. Of Health Sciences Research Bulletin; pp. 69-70

2007

An Analysis of High Performance Work System within Intellectual Disability Care Centres in Ireland: Operations and Outcomes
Tiernan, S; Berkery, E; Armstrong, C
(2007) An Analysis of High Performance Work System within Intellectual Disability Care Centres in Ireland: Operations and Outcomes
In Nat. Inst. Of Health Sciences Research Bulletin; pp. 87-88

Conference Publication

2019

'8th International Community, Work and Family Conference - Community, Work and Family in Diverse Contexts and Changing Times"
Berkery, E.
(2019) '8th International Community, Work and Family Conference - Community, Work and Family in Diverse Contexts and Changing Times"
Centre for Labour Studies University of Malta

2019

ICGR 2019 2nd International Conference on Gender Research
Berkery, E.
(2019) ICGR 2019 2nd International Conference on Gender Research
Paoloni, P., Paloni, M. and Arduini, S.(Ed.) pp. 80-85 Roma Tre University, Italy

2014

Irish Academy of Management
Berkery, E., Morley, M., Tiernan, S., Purtill, H. and Parry, E.
(2014) Irish Academy of Management

2013

The 5th Developing Leadership Capacity Conference, Developing Leadership Capacity in Times of Austerity and Economic Crisis,
Berkery, E
(2013) The 5th Developing Leadership Capacity Conference, Developing Leadership Capacity in Times of Austerity and Economic Crisis,

2012

2012 Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development
Berkery, E.
(2012) 2012 Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development

2012

The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference.
Berkery, E.
(2012) The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference.

2012

International Federation of Scholarly Association of Management
Berkery, E., Tiernan, S. and Morley, M
(2012) International Federation of Scholarly Association of Management

2008

Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development 2008 Conference
Berkery, E.
(2008) Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development 2008 Conference
Rio de Janeiro

2007

The IASK International Conference Global Management
Berkery, E., Tiernan, S., and C. Armstrong
(2007) The IASK International Conference Global Management

2007

KBS Research Conference
Berkery, E
(2007) KBS Research Conference
University of Limerick

2006

Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development 2006 Conference
Berkery, E, Tiernan S., and M. Wallace
(2006) Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development 2006 Conference

2006

Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Research Conference
Berkery, E, Tiernan S., and M. Wallace
(2006) Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Research Conference

Other Publication

2016

The relationship between gender role stereotypes and requisite managerial characteristics: The case of nursing and midwifery professionals: a response to Lalor
Berkery E.;Tiernan S.;Morley M.
(2016) The relationship between gender role stereotypes and requisite managerial characteristics: The case of nursing and midwifery professionals: a response to Lalor
In Journal of nursing management; pp. 1137-1140
DOI: 10.1111/jonm.12410