Tucker, Danielle

Dr Danielle Tucker  


Position held

Department of Management

LSE Fellow

Experience keywords:

sensemaking; middle managers; ethical consumerism; Organisational change; training and development; healthcare; social cognition; communities of practice; employee engagement; organisational memory; hospitals; organisational learning; context; communications; civility; social accounts; employee attitudes; organisational trust

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Danielle's research interests focus on organisational change management, change communications and organisational trust, with a special interest in healthcare sector organisations. Her work draws upon the literature of organizational behaviour and organizational psychology and she favours a multidisciplinary approach to research. She has experience of multi-methodological research including both qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, and the use of field questionnaires, interviews, focus groups and experimental data collection methods as well as Social Network Analysis.

Danielle's current research looks at the role or organisation trust in context. She is currently conducting a systematic review on this topic. In addition, Danielle is looking to begin new projects on the topic of organisational memory/forgetting and the development of incivility during organisational change processes.

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Countries and regions to which research relates:

USA; United Kingdom; Canada

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LSE phone number:

+44 (0)20 7106 1191


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Tucker, Danielle A. and Yeow, Pamela and Viki, G. Tendayi (2013) Communicating during organizational change using social accounts: the importance of ideological accounts Management Communication Quarterly, 27 (2). 184-209 . ISSN 0893-3189

Yeow, Pamela and Dean, Alison and Tucker, Danielle (2013) Bags for life: the embedding of ethical consumerism Journal of Business Ethics, online. ISSN 0167-4544


Tucker, Danielle (2012) Sensemaking and social accounts of middle managers Academy of Management Proceedings, 2012 (1). 1-1. ISSN 0065-0668

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