Other Publications

This page provides FYI some of my other published work which I have published or presented during my career.

Edited Research Books

Sayers, J.G & Tremaine, M. (1994). The Vision and the Reality: Equal Employment Opportunities in New Zealand. Dunmore Press: Palmerston North.

Sayers, J., & Monin, N. (Eds.) (2005). The Global Garage: Home-Based Business in New Zealand. Southbank, VIC: Cengage


Sayers, J. G. (2012). Managing Diversity. Denmark: Bookboon. Retrieved from http://bookboon.com/en/managing-diversity-ebook

Sligo, F. X., Fountaine, S. L., Sayers, J. G., & O'Neill, D. (2000). Effective Communication in Business (3rd ed.). Palmerston North, NZ: Software Technology NZ Ltd.

Encyclopedia Entries

Sayers, J. G. (2012). Home-based business. In M. Marvel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of New Venture Management. SAGE.

Sayers, J. G. (2011). Charlie Chaplin 1889-1977. In Runco, MA, & Pritzker, SR (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Creativity (2nd ed., pp. 192-196). San Diego, USA: Academic Press, Elsevier.

Case Studies

Sayers, J. G. (2001). Vodafone's Xmas party with a difference. In G. E. Ed (Ed.), Human Resource Management in Action: Contemporary New Zealand Cases (Vol. 2, pp. 160-164). Palmerston North, NZ: Dunmore Press.

Also see my self-published Interface Series explained in my Teaching and Supervision Portfolio under the tab 'Free Books'.

Book Reviews

Sayers, J. G. (2014). Communication Power. Work, Employment and Society, 28(1), 142-144.

Sayers, J. G. (2011). Remaking management: Between global and local. Management Learning, 42(2), 232-234. doi:10.1177/13505076110420020606

Sayers, J. G. (2010). Social constructionism: Sources and stirrings in theory and practice. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 25(8), 700-702.

Sayers, J. (2002). Post-Fordism, gender and work. Women in Management Review, 17(5), 237-238.

Sayers, J. G. (2002). Bookshelf: Families and work: New directions in the twenty-first century. Women in Management Review, 17(1), 39-40.

Sayers, J. G. (2001). Women and work. The age of post-feminism? Women in Management Review, 16(4), 193-195.

Chapters in Textbooks

Ang, E. K., & Sayers, J. G. (2013). Managing diversity. In J. Parker, & J. Arrowsmith (Eds.), The Big Issues in Employment: HR Management and Employment Relations in New Zealand (pp. 75-94). Auckland: CCH New Zealand Ltd.

Sayers, J. G. (2008). Managing employee diversity. In Keith Macky (Ed.), Managing Human Resources: Contemporary Perspectives in New Zealand (pp. 82-107). Sydney: McGraw Hill.

Sayers, J. G. (2005). Managing conflict at work. In F. Sligo, & R. Bathurst (Eds.), Communication in the New Zealand Workplace: Theory and Practice (pp. 83-94). Wellington, NZ: Software Technology New Zealand.

Sayers, J. G. (2007). What next? Women seeking work-life balance by setting up lifestyle businesses. In M. Waring, & C. Fouche (Eds.), Managing Mayhem: Work-Life Balance in New Zealand (pp. 200-213). Wellington, NZ: Dunmore Publishing Ltd.

Keen, C., & Sayers, J. G. (2005). Smart, fast, small and virtual: innovative home-based internet businesses (HBIB) in New Zealand. In J. Sayers, & N. Monin (Eds.), The Global Garage: Home-Based Business in New Zealand (pp. 185-204). Southbank, VIC: Dunmore Press.

Sayers, J. G. (2005). 'Show and tell': The home as shop window in direct-selling. as above

Sayers, J. G. (2005). Looking back to the future. as above

Monin, N., & Sayers, J. G. (2005). Introduction. as above

Sayers, J. G. (2005). Directions for further research. as above

Sayers, J. G. (2005). Home based business in New Zealand. In C. Massey (Ed.), Entrepreneurship and Small Business in New Zealand. Sydney: Pearson.

Conference Presentations - All Types

I have presented at 75+ local and international conferences, presenting my work to other researchers and practitioners of all types to gain feedback and develop work, and present results back to communities.