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Dr Amanda Goodall

Senior Lecturer

Cass Business School, Faculty of Management

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Cass Business School
106 Bunhill Row
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EC1Y 8TZ
United Kingdom

About

Background

I began my career in the fashion industry, followed by a decade in the UK charitable sector, and finally a move into universities and to academe. I did my PhD on leadership and performance in research universities at Warwick Business School in 2007. It was published into ‘Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars’ (Princeton University Press, 2009). My research focuses on the relationship between leadership and organizational performance using mostly quantitative data. My central argument (empirically supported) is that leaders should have a deep understanding of the core business of the organizations they are to lead. Being a good manager alone is not sufficient. I have developed, with Agnes Bäker, the ‘theory of expert leadership’ (TEL). The evidence supporting expert leadership comes from hospitals, universities, Formula 1 Championships, basketball, among professionals, and in large US and UK random samples of matched employers and employees. My current research focuses on clinical leadership in healthcare settings. I also have a couple papers on gender and one on climate change.

I publish in both academic journals and practitioner magazines, and my work is quite often featured in the media. I have been a research fellow at Cornell, Zurich U and IZA in Bonn. In the Fall term 2016 I will be on sabbatical leave at Yale, visiting Nicholas Christakis's Human Nature Lab. Later in the term I go to the University of Zurich. I am a committed environmentalist and a 'tiger ambassador' with Save Wild Tigers.

I am currently working with colleagues to develop a new Physician Leadership programme at Cass to be announced soon (watch this space!).

My work is available to download at: www.amandagoodall.com

On Google Scholar at:
http://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=ad0XFggAAAAJ

Qualifications

Phd.

Visiting Appointment

  1. Associate Member, Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management

Fellowships

  1. Visiting Fellow, Yale University, Sep 2016 – present
  2. Research Fellow, IZA Labor Research Institute, May 2012 – present

Membership of Professional Organisation

  1. Academy of Management

Expertise

Primary Topics

  • Leadership
  • Management

Additional Topics

  • Gender & Diversity Management
  • Innovation & Creativity

Industries/Professions

  • arts
  • education, training & employment agencies
  • health care
  • high technology
  • r&d organizations

Research

Research

My research is on leadership and organizational performance. My work on expert leaders suggests that heads should have a deep understanding of, and high ability in, the core business of the organizations they are to lead. Being a good manager alone is not sufficient. I have focused on leaders in knowledge-based organizations, such as universities and hospitals, and also in highly competitive fields, such as Formula 1 Championships, and in large random populations of employees. New research is trying to understand why expert leaders seem to have such a big influence on workers' performance and job satisfaction. This is important because satisfied workers are productive workers. We are focusing on doctors and scientists.

My papers (technical and non-technical) are available to down load at: www.amandagoodall.com.

Research Topics

Leadership, the work environment, and scientific productivity
This study will advance our knowledge about how leaders affect organisational performance. Our focus is on leaders in scientific communities. We know from earlier work that the productivity of researchers is improved when they are led by scholar-leaders. What we don’t know is why? This study will uncover the transmission mechanisms -- the why’s and the how’s. We will estimate regressions of scientists’ job satisfaction on work environment factors and leader characteristics, and analyse the relation between leader characteristics and leader behaviour. I am working with Agnes Bäker of University of Zurich.
Physician Leadership
Why healthcare providers need doctors in leadership and management positions
Expert Leaders and the Job-satisfaction of Workers
We expect workers supervised by experts in their field to have higher job satisfaction. In our study we attempt to measure the relationship between a supervisor’s knowledge or expertise and the subordinate worker’s job satisfaction using the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY). I am working with Ben Artz U Wisconsin and Andrew Oswald at Warwick U.
Women Do Ask But Do Not Get
The claim that women are underpaid because they ask for pay rises less often than men is wrong
Expert leadership in psychiatry
Work with psychiatrists Stephen Allison, Tarun Bastiampillai, Michael Nance, & Leigh Roeger, Flinders University
The random assignment of women into leadership positions
Work in progress with Margit Osterloh at the University of Zurich

Research Students

Name
Zena Shahin
Attendance
Jul 2016 – present, full-time
Thesis Title
Gender
Role
1st Supervisor

Publications

Book

  1. Goodall, A.H. (2009). Socrates in the Boardroom. Princeton University Press ISBN 978-1-4008-3158-6.

Chapters (2)

  1. Goodall, A. and Bäker, A. (2014). A theory exploring how expert leaders influence performance in knowledge-intensive organizations. In Welpe, I.M., Wollersheim, J., Ringelhan, S. and Osterloh, M. (Eds.), Incentives and Performance: Governance of Knowledge-Intensive Organizations Springer International Publishing.
  2. Goodall, A. (2011). Experts versus Managers: A Case Against Professionalizing Management Education. In Amann, W., Dierksmeier, C., Pirson, M., Spitzeck, H. and von Kimakowitz, E. (Eds.), Business Schools Under Fire: Humanistic Management Education As The Way Forward London, Palgrave Macmillan

Conference Papers and Proceedings (2)

  1. Goodall, A., Artz, B. and Oswald, A.O. (2015). Boss Competence and Worker Well-being. Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2015: Opening Governance Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  2. Goodall, A. (2012). Expert Leaders in a Fast-Moving Environment. EALE 2012 - Confernece of the European Association of Labour Economists 20-22 September, Bonn, Germany.

Internet Publications (4)

  1. Goodall, A., McDowell, J.M. and Singell, L.D. (2014). Do Economics Departments Improve After They Appoint
    a Top Scholar as Chairperson?
    VOX CEPR's Policy Portal.
  2. Goodall, A. (2014). The risks businesses take when they hire leaders with minimal core-business knowledge. Strategic Risk.
  3. Goodall, A. (2014). The Experts’ Advantage..
  4. Goodall, A. and Pogrebna, G. (2012). Organizations perform better when leaders have done the same job as followers. Vox EU.

Journal Articles (20)

  1. Goodall, A., McDowell, J.M. and Singell, L.D. (2017). Do Economics Departments Improve After They Appoint
    a Top Scholar as Chairperson?
    KyKlos .
  2. Goodall, A., Stoller, J.K. and Bäker, A. (2016). Why The Best Hospitals Are Managed by Doctors. Harvard Business Review (digital article), (December 27) .
  3. Allison, S., Goodall, A. and Bastiampillai, T. (2016). Expert leadership – why psychiatrists should lead mental health services. Australasian Psychiatry, 24(3), pp. 225–227. doi:10.1177/1039856216644403.
  4. Artz, B.M., Goodall, A.H. and Oswald, A.J. (2016). Boss Competence and Worker Well-being. Industrial and Labor Relations Review .
  5. Goodall, A.H. and Osterloh, M, (2016). Random selection as a way to increase the supply of female leaders. .
  6. Goodall, A.H., Allison, S. and Bastiampillai, T. (2015). Research Leadership: Should Clinical Directors be Distinguished Researchers? Australasian Psychiatry, 24(3), pp. 249–251. doi:10.1177/1039856215612988.
  7. Goodall, A. (2015). Theory of Expert Leadership (TEL) in Psychiatry. Australasian Psychiatry, 24(3), pp. 231–234. doi:10.1177/1039856215609760.
  8. Goodall, A.H., Bastiampillai, T., Nance, M., Roeger, L. and Allison, S. (2015). Expert leadership: Doctors versus managers for the executive leadership of Australian mental health. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 49(5), pp. 409–411. doi:10.1177/0004867415576977.
  9. Goodall, A.H. and Pogrebna, G. (2015). Expert leaders in a fast-moving environment. The Leadership Quarterly, 26(2), pp. 123–142. doi:10.1016/j.leaqua.2014.07.009.
  10. Goodall, A. and Oswald, A. (2014). Do the social sciences need a makeover? Times Higher Education pp. 34–38.
  11. Goodall, A. (2013). Should doctors run hospitals? CESifo DICE Report, 11(1), pp. 37–40.
  12. Goodall, A. (2013). How to stay in pole position: hire a boss who has worked on the floor. SPS Strategy Magazine, (December) .
  13. Goodall, A.H. (2011). Physician-leaders and hospital performance: Is there an association? Social Science and Medicine, 73(4), pp. 535–539. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.06.025.
  14. Bridgewater, S., Kahn, L.M. and Goodall, A.H. (2011). Substitution and complementarity between managers and subordinates: Evidence from British football. Labour Economics, 18(3), pp. 275–286. doi:10.1016/j.labeco.2010.10.001.
  15. Goodall, A.H., Kahn, L.M. and Oswald, A.J. (2011). Why do leaders matter? A study of expert knowledge in a superstar setting. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 77(3), pp. 265–284. doi:10.1016/j.jebo.2010.11.001.
  16. Goodall, A.H. (2009). Highly cited leaders and the performance of research universities. Research Policy, 38(7), pp. 1079–1092. doi:10.1016/j.respol.2009.04.002.
  17. Goodall, A.H. (2008). Why have the leading journals in management (and other social sciences) failed to respond to climate change? Journal of Management Inquiry, 17(4), pp. 408–420. doi:10.1177/1056492607311930.
  18. Goodall, A.H. (2006). Should top universities be led by top researchers and are they?: A citations analysis. Journal of Documentation, 62(3), pp. 388–411. doi:10.1108/00220410610666529.
  19. Goodall, A. Winning with Expert Leaders: Business Knowledge Vs. Managerial Intelligence. IEDP Developing Leaders .
  20. Goodall, A., Artz, B. and Oswald, A.J. If Your Boss Could Do Your Job, You’re More Likely to Be Happy at Work. Harvard Business Review, (December 27) .

Reports (5)

  1. Goodall, A.H., Artz, B, and Oswald, AJ, (2016). Do Women Ask? also available at SSRN: IZA - Institute for Labout Economics.
  2. Goodall, A. and Osterloh, M. (2015). Women have to enter the leadership race to win: Using random selection to increase the supply of women into senior positions. Bonn, Germany: IZA Institute of Labour Economics.
  3. Goodall, A. (2014). Football managers: does it take one to know one or can you learn?.
  4. Goodall, A. (2013). Why it matters who leads research universities..
  5. Goodall, A. (2012). A Theory of Expert Leadership..

Education

Course Directorship

- 2017 - present, New Medical Leadership Masters, Director

Other Activities

Collaboration (Academic)

Editorial Activities (9)

  1. Long Range Planning, Referee, 2013 – present.
  2. JEBO, Referee, 2013 – present.
  3. Higher Education, Referee, 2013 – present.
  4. Social Science and Medicine, Referee, 2011 – present.
  5. Research Policy, Referee, 2011 – present.
  6. Leadership, Referee, 2011 – present.
  7. Global Environmental Change, Referee, 2011 – present.
  8. Industrial & Labor Relations Review, Referee, 2010 – present.
  9. British Journal of Industrial Relations, Referee, 2010 – present.

Events/Conferences (63)

  1. The Anatomy of Medical Leadership II. (Conference) Zurich (2016). Chair.
  2. Culture Change and Clinical Governance. (Workshop) St Georges Hospital Medical School, University of London (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Expert Leadership: the evidence for physician leadership
    Author: Goodall AH
  3. Leading Professionals Cass Workshop. (Workshop) (2016).
    Paper: Leadership and Job Satisfaction
    Author: Goodall AH
  4. The Anatomy of Medical Leadership. (Conference) Cass - organised with FMLM (2015). Chair.
  5. Academy of Management Conference. (Conference) (2015).
    Paper: Boss Competence and Worker Wellbeing
    Author: Artz B
    Co-authors: Goodall, AH; Oswald, AO
  6. The Anatomy of Physician Leadership, Cass-FMLM event. (Conference) Cass (2015).
    Paper: Expert Leadership in Healthcare
    Author: Goodall AH
  7. (Public lecture) Imperial College London (2015). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Should our NHS be led by Physicians? Evidence in support of Physician Leadership
    Author: Goodall AH
  8. (Seminar) Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2015).
    Paper: Expert leadership
    Author: Goodall AH
  9. (Seminar) LSE - Centre for Economic Performance (2015). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Boss Competence and Worker Wellbeing
    Author: Goodall AH
  10. (Seminar) Reading University (2015). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Boss Competence and Worker Wellbeing
    Author: Goodall AH
  11. (Seminar) Applied Mathematics Research Center, Faculty of Engineering and Computing, Coventry University (2015). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Why we need expert leaders in universities, hospitals & other settings
    Author: Goodall AH
  12. Improving political leadership through cross-disciplinary research. (Conference) Cass (2014). Organising Committee.
  13. Keynote, Professional judgement in higher education. (Conference) Sodertorn University, Sweden (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom
    Author: Goodall AH
  14. Keynote, Swedish Academy of Management. (Conference) Sweden (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Expert Leaders
    Author: Goodall AH
  15. Applied Mathematics Research Center. (Seminar) Coventry University (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Expert leaders in universities, hospitals and other settings
    Author: Goodall AH
  16. Competing in turbulent environments: Lessons from Formula One. (Seminar) Cass Business School (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Expert Leaders in a Fast Moving Environment
    Author: Goodall AH
    Co-authors: Ganna Pogrebna
  17. Luton & Dunstable NHS Foundation Trust. (Seminar) Luton (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Should our NHS be led by Physicians? Evidence in support of Physician Leadership
    Author: Goodall AH
  18. (Seminar) Uppsala University, Sweden (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Expert leaders in universities, hospitals and other settings
    Author: Goodall AH
  19. Cass IZA Understanding Leadership - A Multidisciplinary Workshop. (Conference) Cass (2013). Chair.
  20. Cass IZA Understanding Leadership - A Multidisciplinary Workshop. (Conference) (2013).
    Paper: Should leaders be specialists or generalists?
    Author: Goodall AH
  21. Research, Creativity & Business 2 'Making The Extraordinary. (Workshop) (2013). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Making the extraordinary
    Author: Goodall AH
  22. Keynote address, Danish Academy of Technical Sciences, Copenhagen. (Public lecture) Denmark (2013). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Universities’ responsibility in the global knowledge society
    Author: Goodall AH
  23. Keynote address, Annual Meeting of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences. (Public lecture) Denmark (2013). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Leading and managing research universities: Why we need scholars in charge
    Author: Goodall AH
  24. British Geriatric Society meeting. (Seminar) (2013). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Should our NHS be led by Physicians? Evidence in support of Physician Leadership
    Author: Goodall AH
  25. Economics of Leadership Workshop. (Conference) Sloan School, MIT (2012). Chair.
  26. Women and Research workshop. (Conference) IZA Bonn (2012). Chair.
  27. Academy of Management Conference. (Conference) Boston (2012).
    Paper: Expert Leaders
    Author: Goodall AH
  28. European Association of Labour Economists (EALE). (Conference) Germany (2012).
    Paper: Expert Leaders
    Author: Goodall AH
  29. IZA Women and Research workshop. (Conference) Bonn (2012).
    Paper: Women and Research Productivity
    Author: Goodall AH
  30. IZA Leadership Workshop MIT. (Workshop) MIT (2012).
    Paper: Expert Leaders
    Author: Goodall AH
  31. Research seminar. (Seminar) Tuebingen University (2012). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Expert Leaders
    Author: Goodall AH
  32. Senior women’s group meeting. (Public lecture) Nottingham University (2011).
    Paper: Women and Research Productivity
    Author: Goodall AH
  33. Research seminar. (Seminar) Oxford University (2011). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Leading and Managing Research Universities: Why we Need Scholars in Charge
    Author: Goodall AH
  34. Research seminar. (Seminar) IZA Bonn (2011).
    Paper: Expert Leaders
    Author: Goodall AH
  35. 'Building a World-Class University' conference, Times Higher Education. (Conference) (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Leading and Managing ResearchUniversities: Why we Need Scholars in Charge
    Author: Goodall AH
  36. American Economic Association Conference. (Conference) (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  37. Keynote speaker, Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference. (Conference) (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Leading and Managing Research Universities: Why we Need Scholars in Charge
    Author: Goodall AH
  38. League of European Research Universities. (Workshop) University of Zurich (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Leading and Managing Research Universities: Why we Need Scholars in Charge
    Author: Goodall AH
  39. Deputy-Vice Chancellor’s seminar. (Seminar) University College Cork (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Leading and Managing Research Universities: Why we Need Scholars in Charge
    Author: Goodall AH
  40. Policy & Strategy Directorate, UK Department of Health. (Seminar) (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Physician-leaders and hospital performance: Is there an association
    Author: Goodall AH
  41. Research seminar. (Seminar) University of Cardiff (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  42. Research seminar. (Seminar) Harvard University (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  43. Research seminar. (Seminar) Copenhagen Business School (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  44. Research seminar. (Seminar) Cranfield University Business School (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Expert Leaders
    Author: Goodall AH
  45. Research seminar. (Seminar) Imperial College Business School (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Expert Leaders
    Author: Goodall AH
  46. Surgery Group research seminar. (Seminar) Imperial College (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Physician-leaders and hospital performance: Is there an association
    Author: Goodall AH
  47. Vice Chancellor’s seminar. (Seminar) University of Leicester (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  48. Research seminar. (Seminar) Universita' Bocconi (2009). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Leading and Managing Research Universities: Why we Need Scholars in Charge
    Author: Goodall AH
  49. Research seminar. (Seminar) SPRU, University of Sussex (2009). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  50. The Future of HE in Scotland conference. (Conference) Edinburgh (2009). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Who should lead research universities?
    Author: Goodall AH
  51. Royal Society Scientific Leadership event. (Workshop) The Royal Society (2009). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  52. American Council on Education Seminar. (Seminar) Washington DC (2009). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  53. Research seminar. (Seminar) Berkeley, University of California (2009). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  54. Workshop on the New Challenges to the Economics of Business Schools and Universities. (Workshop) Paris (2008). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  55. Research seminar. (Seminar) Institute for Strategy and Business Economics, University of Zurich (2008). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Leading and Managing Research Universities: Why we Need Scholars in Charge
    Author: Goodall AH
  56. Research seminar. (Seminar) Department of Research Evaluation, ETH & University of Zurich (2008). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  57. Research seminar. (Seminar) School of Industrial & Labor Relations, Cornell University (2008). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  58. Research seminar. (Seminar) Department of Quantitative Social Science, Institute of Education (2008). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  59. State Secretariat for Education and Research seminar. (Seminar) Swiss Government (2008). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  60. Academy of Management Conference. (Conference) Philadelphia (2007).
    Paper: Who should lead research universities?
    Author: Goodall AH
  61. Research seminar. (Seminar) Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol (2007). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars
    Author: Goodall AH
  62. British Academy of Management Conference. (Conference) (2006). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Highly Cited Leaders and the Performance of Research Universities
    Author: Goodall AH
  63. European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management Workshop. (Workshop) Venice (2006). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Who should lead research universities?
    Author: Goodall AH

Media Appearances (61)

  1. 'Allegheny Health Network shakes up leadership'. (2016) The Tribune.
  2. 'La satisfaction au travail dépend des compétences du chef'. (2016) Le Temps (newspaper).
  3. 'What academics really do on their summer ‘holidays’. (2015) Times Higher Education (magazine).
  4. 'Institution-building in higher education'. (2015) THE HANS INDIA (newspaper).
  5. The competence of your boss will determine how happy you are at work. (2015) Business Excellence (published in Russia) (magazine).
  6. “Room at the top”. (2015) Times Higher Education (magazine).
  7. 'Doctors should be running hospitals – here’s why'. (2015) The Conversation.
  8. ‘Corporate peak still out of reach for most women’. (2015) Financial Times (newspaper).
  9. 'More Female MBAs Needed To Feed Employers' Leadership Supply Chains'. (2015) Business Because.
  10. This much I know: Amanda Goodall. (2015) Chartered Management Institute.
  11. 'Happiness is having a boss who can do your job'. (2015) Financial Times (newspaper).
  12. 'Le "bon" patron sait de quoi il parle'. (2014) L'Express Newspaper France (newspaper).
  13. Interview. (2014) RAI (Italy’s leading radio station) - La Radio ne Parla (radio).
  14. 'Plus que de votre salaire, votre bien-être au travail dépend des compétences de votre manager'. (2014) FinYear Financial Year Journal France.
  15. 'The secret to job satisfaction? A good boss'. (2014) City AM (newspaper).
  16. 'The simple key for making employees happier'. (2014) CBS News.
  17. 'Happiness is having a boss who can do your job'. (2014) Financial Times blog.
  18. The experts' advantage. (2014) Business World Online.
  19. 'Doctors Are Fighting With Their MBA Bosses'. (2014) Bloomberg Business week.
  20. ‘Even Einstein has to meet UGC norms for VC, says High Court’. (2014) The Hindu Newspaper (newspaper).
  21. La ventaja de los expertos. (2014) Expreso.
  22. The Experts' Advantage. (2014) EKantipur.com.
  23. Google : The experts' advantage. (2014) 4-Traders (website).
  24. LÕatout de lÕexpert. (2014) Le Quotidien d'Oran.
  25. A manager should also be a good leader. (2014) Gulf Times (newspaper).
  26. The experts' advantage. (2014) The New Times Rwanda (newspaper).
  27. 'The Experts’ Advantage - column. (2014) Published in 26 publications - mostly newspapers.
  28. 'Women in the City'. (2014) Swiss TV (interview) (television).
  29. 'Bosses who go under the bonnet'. (2014) Sunday Times (newspaper).
  30. 'Why insiders have the edge when it comes to the top job'. (2014) BBC.
  31. 'Restoring Expert Leadership in Psychiatric Practice and Elsewhere’. (2014) medicSA - Magazine of the Australian Medical Association (magazine).
  32. Do we need highly cited departmental chairs? (2014) Vox.
  33. Video: Do experts make better leaders? (2014) European CEO.
  34. ‘Nature vs nurture: can you learn to be a successful leader?’ (2013) The Guardian (newspaper).
  35. Jeff Randall Live. (2013) Sky (television).
  36. Amanda Goodall, senior lecturer in Management at Cass. (2013) Ad-Hoc News.De (website).
  37. Cass Business School comments. (2013) Consultant News.
  38. Cass Business School Dr Amanda Goodall on leadership. (2013) MoneyScience.com (website).
  39. 'For richer, for poorer: the merits or otherwise of the research excellence framework'. (2013) Times Higher Education (magazine).
  40. Interview on Jeff Randall. (2013) Sky News (television).
  41. ‘Professional doctors know best when it comes to running first-rate hospitals’. (2013) Global Times.
  42. In the fast track. (2013) Britain in 2013 (magazine).
  43. 'How much core business knowledge should our leaders have? One of the unanswered questions in business'. (2013) L'Impresa.
  44. If you want to get ahead, get an expert. (2012) Sunday Times (newspaper).
  45. Unsef bun trebuie s fie neaparat si un bun specialist? (2012) www.zf.ro.
  46. Managers met ervaring op de werkvloer presteren beter. (2012) www.managersonline.nl (website).
  47. How much core business knowledge should our leaders have? (2012) www.trainingzone.co.uk (website).
  48. Look internally for CEO to pit in pole position. (2012) www.recruiter.co.uk (website).
  49. En la Formula 1 como en las empresas, los mejores lideres empiezan dese abajo. (2012) www.todoenunclick.com (website).
  50. Formula One shows experts should be driving our companies. (2012) www.cityam.com.
  51. Come rimanere in pole position, assumere capi con unÕesperienza acquisita sul campo. (2012) www.etribuna.com.
  52. Formula One shows real experts should be driving our companies. (2012) City AM (newspaper).
  53. The best leaders have worked on the floor first, study claims. (2012) www.peoplemanagement.co.uk (website).
  54. F1 study suggests businesses perform better with leaders who have been on the shopfloor. (2012) www.enforbusiness.com.
  55. Sheffield F1 research in pole position. (2012) www.postcodegazette.com (website).
  56. Insight: How to stay in pole position - hire a boss who has worked on the floor. (2012) www.trainingzone.co.uk (website).
  57. Finders Keepers. (2012) Timer Higher Education (magazine).
  58. Finishing Pole. (2012) Tomorrows FM (website).
  59. Do doctors make better managers? (2011) technorati.com (website).
  60. Practitioner makes perfect. (2011) Guardian (newspaper).
  61. Panel Games. (2011) Times Higher Education (magazine).

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