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Lewis, Dianne (2003) Power and Politics in Organisations. In Wiesner, R & Millett, B (Eds.) Human Resource Management: Challenges & Future Directions. John Wiley and Sons Australia Ltd, Milton, Queensland, pp. 241-252.
Lewis, Dianne (2001) Organisational Culture: Theory, Fad or Managerial Control? In Wiesner, R & Millett, B (Eds.) Management And Organisational Behaviour. John Wiley & Sons, Milton, Qld, pp. 121-134.
Ryan, Neal F. & Lewis, Dianne S. (2007) Responses to Public Sector Reform Policy. Public Management Review, 9(2), pp. 269-287.
Lewis, Dianne & Waterhouse, Jennifer Marie (2004) Communicating culture change : HRM implications for public sector organizations. Public Management Review, 6(3), pp. 353-376.
Brain, Kenneth & Lewis, Dianne (2004) Exploring Leadership Preferences in Multicultural Workgroups: An Australian Case Study. The Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 25(3), pp. 263-278.
Connors, Paul & Lewis, Dianne (2004) The Viability of a Culture Change Agenda in the Public Sector: The Case of the Queensland Department of Main Roads. Society and Economy, 26(2-3), pp. 159-171.
Lewis, Dianne (2002) Five Years On - The Organisational Culture Saga Revisited. The Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 23(5 & 6), pp. 280-287.
Lewis, Dianne, Szymczyk-Ellis, Jolanta, & Waterhouse, Jennifer Marie (2002) From Bureaucracy to Project Management: A Cultural Leap. The Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 8(1), pp. 38-45.
Lewis, Dianne (2002) The Place of Organizational Politics in Strategic Change. Strategic Change, 11(1), pp. 25-34.
Ryan, Neal F., Furneaux, Craig W., & Lewis, Dianne S. (2006) Characteristics of successful government/non-profit relations in Queensland, Australia. In Tenth International Research Symposium on Public Management (IRSPM X), 10 - 12 April 2006, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland. (Unpublished)
Lewis, Dianne S., French, Erica L., & Steane, Peter (1996) A Culture of Conflict. [Working Paper]