This paper examines how Mick Marchington helped reshape the ideologies around human resource management, integrating older forms of employee participation with newer patterns of employee involvement in his work, and offering a vision for the future study of HRM.

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Wilson Wong

Wilson Wong: Head of Insight & Futures; Interim Head of Research

Research interests include futures research focusing on the Future of Work and methodology, for example Scenario Planning/Delphi Technique, the psychological contract; the evolving employment relationship, management standards and standardisation; the nature and future of voice, and human capital measurement.

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