Justin Larner

PhD student

Research Overview

My research has focused on how an entrepreneur's personal narrative of their life history, values and desires for the future can create an organisational narrative in a design process. The theory underpinning this research is power as a discursive process, examining how narratives can shape how the boundaries of a networked organisation.

Exploring a new producer-consumer interaction model for facilitating collective action in the collaborative economy
Larner, J., Walldius, Å. 12/07/2017

The open source guild: creating more sustainable enterprise
Larner, J., Cheverst, K.W.J. 20/01/2017 In: Journal of Management Development. 36, 1, p. 71-80. 10 p.
Journal article

Critical reflection on data publics: a multi-methodology perspective
Larner, J., Mullagh, L. 2017
Conference paper

Beyond box-ticking: a study of stakeholder involvement in social enterprise governance
Larner, J., Mason, C. 2014 In: Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society. 14, 2, p. 181-196. 16 p.
Journal article

Value-led personas: a methodology to promote sustainable user-centered design?
Larner, J. 2014
Conference paper

Open source guilds: enabling micro­ businesses to create a sustainable community of practice?
Larner, J. 3/09/2013
Conference paper

The Psychological Implications of Stakeholder Involvement in Social Enterprise Governance
Larner, J. 12/09/2012
Conference paper

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