PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
- Corley, T. A. Novel Practices: Disruption and Experimentation in Informal Work-Related Policies and Practices in Germany (Manuscript complete, to be submitted to Socio-Economic Review).
- Corley, T. A. Competing Discourses in the Governance of Informal Work in German Handwerk. International Labour Review (Manuscript under review).
- Corley, T. A. Demoralizing the German Handwerk Sector: Social Evaluation Processes and the Political-Economic Standing of Professional Orders (Manuscript complete, to be submitted to the Journal of European Public Policy).
- Corley, T. A., & Williams-Derry, C. (2012). 2011 Water Heater Market Report. Portland, OR: National Energy Efficiency Alliance.
- Corley, T.A. (2018, July 05). Who's responsible for social and economic mobility? (Co)Action Lab Blog. https://www.co-action-lab.com/index.php/co-action-blog/39-who-s-responsible-for-economic-mobility
- Corley, T.A. (2018, June 20). Where Plastic Waste is Gold. (Co)Action Lab Blog. https://www.co-action-lab.com/index.php/co-action-blog/37-where-waste-is-gold
- Corley, T. A. (2014, June 27). Beyond Labeling, the U.S. Needs Transparency Now for GE Food | Consortium on Food Systems Sustainability, Health, and Equity [Blog]. http://nuweb9.neu.edu/foodsystems/beyond-labeling-the-u-s-needs-transparency-now-for-ge-food/
- Corley, T. A. (2011, February). Overcoming Intimidation. Business Woman Magazine, 7–8.
- Corley, T. A. (2010). The Strategy String: An Organizational Primer for Tying Strategy to Performance.
- Corley, T. A., & Luis, M. (2009, February 22). Guest Columnists: Create a job-growing economy. Seattlepi.com. http://www.seattlepi.com/local/opinion/article/Guest-Columnists-Create-a-job-growing-economy-1300831.php
- Corley, T.A. (2003). Introduction to Shameless Self Promotion Action Workbook.
About The Strategy String (2010)
The global economy is constantly changing. As a leader who must remain nimble and responsive, you don't have the luxury of spending 12 to 18 months developing a complex strategy that no one knows how to use. And you surely don't want to get an MBA just to translate your vision into a results-driven plan of action. What you need is a Strategy String.
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