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Donaldson A. Learning from experience: why history matters in organisational life. In e-Organisations & People, winter 2013, journal of the Association of Management Education & Development (AMED). Download PDF.
Donaldson A, Lank E, Maher J. The collective voice: bringing practitioners together to influence policy and practice. Community Practitioner, Vol.84, No.11, November 2011. As pdf
Donaldson A. A community of influence: clinician researchers join to make a difference to people affected by consequences of cancer treatment. In: Suchman A, Sluyter D, Williamson P, editors. Leading Organizations to Health: Transforming Healthcare Organizations with Methods from Complexity, Positive Psychology and Relationship-Centered Care. London & New York, Radcliffe Publishing, 2011.
Donaldson A. A Bright Star Touches Everyone: a 'moment of common reference' among cancer patients. International Journal of Collaborative Practices, 1(1), 2009:40-41.
Donaldson A, Lank E, Maher J. Sharing experiences of user involvement in shaping new services: the story of a national patient group. Familial Cancer, Vol 6, no.2 , June 2007.
Lank E, Donaldson A, Maher J. From hierarchies to networks: new forms of governance, Developing HR Strategy, Issue 14, pp. 20-23, May 2007. Croner/Wolters Kluwer, 2007.
Donaldson A, Lank E, Maher J. Making the invisible visible: how a voluntary organisation is learning from its work with groups and communities. Journal of Change Management, Vol.5, No.2, 191-206, June 2005.
Donaldson A, Lank E, Maher J. Connecting through communities: how a voluntary organisation is influencing healthcare policy and practice. Journal of Change Management, Vol.5, No.1, 71-86, March 2005
Lank E: Collaborative advantage: how organizations win by working together. Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.