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Drew, Glenys M. (2010) Issues and challenges in higher education leadership : engaging for change. Australian Educational Researcher, 37(3), pp. 57-76.
Drew, Glenys M. (2010) Enabling or "real" power and influence in leadership. Journal of Leadership Studies, 4(1), pp. 47-58.
Drew, Glenys M. & Ehrich, Lisa C. (2010) A model of organisational leadership development informing succession development : elements and practices. Academic Leadership Online Journal, 8(4).
Drew, Glenys (2009) Leadership and organisational culture : can the CEO and senior executive teams in bureaucratic organisations influence organisational culture? Academic Leadership Online Journal, 7(1).
Drew, Glenys M. (2009) A “360” degree view for individual leadership development. Journal of Management Development, 28(7), pp. 581-592.
Drew, Glenys M. (2008) An artful learning framework for organisations. Journal of Management & Organization, 14(5).
Drew, Glenys M., Ehrich, Lisa C., & Hansford, Brian C. (2008) An exploration of university leaders’ perceptions of learning about leadership. Leading and Managing, 14(2), pp. 1-18.
Drew, Glenys M. (2006) Balancing academic advancement with business effectiveness? The dual role for senior university leaders. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 6(4), pp. 117-125.
Drew, Glenys M. & Bensley, Leanne (2001) Managerial effectiveness for a new millennium in the global higher education sector. Higher Education in Europe, 26(1), pp. 61-68.
Drew, Glenys M. & Kerr, Cheryl R. (2003) Learning partners in discovery and innovation. In Moxham, L., Douglas, K. M., Dwyer, T., Walker, S., Wooller, J., & Cornelius, M. W. (Eds.) 2003 Women in Research Conference : Discovery - Discovering Research, Discovering Teaching and Learning, Discovering Self , 13-14 November 2003, Rockhampton.
Drew, Glenys Merle (2009) Executive and organisational leadership development in universities : exploring key elements and perceptions. PhD by Publication, Queensland University of Technology.