Publications

  • Prasad, P., Prasad, A. Mills, A.J., and Helms Mills, J. (Forthcoming) The Routledge Companion to Critical Management Studies. London: Routledge.
  • Aaltio, I., Helms Mills, J. & Mills, A.J (2014) Special Issue on “Disruptive  Demographics: Ageing, Socio- Economic Change, Challenges and Potentialities”, International Journal of Work Innovation, Springer  Press.
  • Mills, A. J., Helms Mills, J., Durepos, G., and Weatherbee, T.G. (2012) [Eds.] Special Issue of Management & Organizational History: Theorizing the Past, Issue 7(3).
  • Benschop, Y., Mills, A. J., Helms Mills, J., and Tienari, J. (Eds.) (2012) Special Issue of Gender and Organization on “Gendering Change: The Next Step,” Vol.19 (1).
  • Helms Mills, J., Dye, K. & Mills, A. J. (2009) “Understanding Organizational Change”, London: Routledge.
  • Jones, G., Mills, A.J. Weatherbee, T. & Helms Mills, J. (2006) “ Organization, Theory, Design and Change, 1st Edition (Canada), Prentice Hall, Toronto.
  • Mills, A. J., Helms Mills, J, Bratton, J. & Foreshaw, C. (2006) Organization Behaviour in a Global Context, Broadview Press, Toronto, Canada.
  • Mills, A. J., Simmons, T. and Helms Mills, J. (2005) Reading Organization Theory. 3rd Edition. Broadview Press, Toronto, Canada.
  • Thomas, R., Mills, A. J., & Helms Mills, J. (Eds.)  (2004) Identity Politics at Work: Resisting Gender, Gendered Resistance. Routledge, London, UK.
  • Bratton, J. Helms Mills, J., Pyrch, T., & Sawchuk, P.  (2003) Workplace Learning: A Critical Perspective, Garamond Press, Toronto, Canada.
  • Helms Mills, J.  (2003) Making Sense of Organizational Change, Routledge, London, UK
  • Aaltio, I., Helms Mills, J. & Mills, A.J. (Forthcoming: 2014) “Special Issue on Disruptive Demographics: Ageing,  Socio-economic Change, Challenges and Potentialities”, International Journal of Work Innovation, Interscience, UK
  • Mills, A. J., Helms Mills, J., Durepos, G., and Weatherbee, T.G. (2012) “Special Issue: Theorizing the Past”, Management & Organizational History, 7(3).
  • Miller, G., & Mills, A.J., Helms Mills, J. (Eds.)  (2010) “ Special Issue: Gender and Diversity at Work: Changing Theories, Changing Organizations’, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 26 (3), 173-179.
  • Mills, A. J., and Helms Mills, J. [Eds.] (2006) “Special Issue: Sensation and Organization.” Culture and Organization, 12 (3), Routledge.
  • Helms Mills, J. and Mills, A.J. (Eds.) (2004) Proceedings of The Standing Conference of Organizational Symbolism, 22 (1) Halifax, Canada.
  • Aaltio, I., Mills, A. J., and Helms Mills, J. (Eds.) (2002) Special Issue Culture and Organization: `Exploring Gendered Organizational Cultures’, 8 (2).
  • Helms Mills, J. (Ed.) (2001) Proceedings of the Women in Management Division of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, 22 (11).
  • Foster, J., Mills, A.J., & Helms Mills, J. (forthcoming) “Shades of Red: Cold War Influences on Canadian and U.S. Business Textbooks”, Journal of Management Education.
  • Fitzgerald, C. & Helms Mills, J. (In Press) “BC Ferries Services Inc.: Charting a Safe Course”, in International Journal of Case Studies in Management.
  • Paludi, M.I. & Helms Mills, J. (2013) “Making Sense of the Latin American ‘Other’: Executive Women in Argentina”, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, 32(8).
  • Myrick, K., Helms Mills, J. & Mills, A.J. (2013) “History Making and the Academy of Management: An Anti-History Perspective”, a Management and Organization History.
  •  Mills, A.J. and Helms Mills, J. (2013) “CMS: A Satirical Critique of Three Narrative Histories” Organization, 20 (1), pp. 117-129.
  • Weatherbee, T. G., Durepos, G., Mills, A.J. and Helms Mills, J. (2012), `Theorizing the Past: Critical Engagements” in Management and Organization Studies,’ Management & Organizational History, 7(3), pp. 193-202.
  • Parsons, D.B., Sanderson, K., Helms Mills, J. & Mills, A.J.  (2012) “Organizational Logic and Feminist Organizing: Stewardesses for Women’s Rights”, Equality, Diversity, Inclusion: An International Journal, 31 (3), pp. 266-277.
  • Hartt, C. Mills, A.J., & Helms Mills, J (2012) “Reading Between the Lines: Gender, Work and History: The Case of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union”, Journal of Management History, 18 (1), pp. 82-95.
  • Hartt, C., Mills, A. J., Helms Mills, J., and Durepos, G. (2012) “Markets, Organizations, Institutions and National Identity: Pan American Airways, Postcoloniality and Latin America”, Critical Perspectives in International Business, Emerald Press, 8 (1), pp 14-36.
  • Benschop, Y., Helms Mills, J., Mills, A. J., and Tienari, J. (2012). “Editorial: Gendering Change. The Next  Step” Gender, Work and Organization, 19 (1), pp.1-9.
  • Myrden, S. Mills, A.J. & Helms Mills, J. (2011) “The Gendering of Air Canada: A Critical Hermeneutic Approach” Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 28 (4), pp. 440-452.
  • Sanderson, K., Boone Parsons, D., Helms Mills, J. & Mills, A.J.  (2010) “Riding the Second Wave: Organizing Feminism and Organizational Discourse — Stewardesses For Women’s Rights”, Journal of Management and Organizational History, 5 ( 3-4), pp. 360-377.
  • Helms Mills, J., Thurlow, A., Mills, A.J. (2010) “Making Sense of Sense Making: The Critical Sensemaking Method”, Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, 5, (2), pp. 182-195.
  • Mills, A J., Helms Mills, J., Miller, G. (2010) “Introduction: Gender and Diversity at Work II – Making Sense of 21st Century Workplace Initiatives”, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 27 (3), pp. 204-209.
  • Long, B. & Helms Mills, J.  (2010) “Workplace spirituality, contested meaning, and the culture of organization: A critical sensemaking account” Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 23,  (3) pp 325-341.
  • Rostis, A. & Helms Mills, J. (2010) “A Pedagogy of the Repressed: Critical Management Studies and  the Case Study”, The International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, Vol. 4, (2), pp. 212-223.
  • Genoe McLaren, P. & Helms Mills. J., (2010) “Appropriation, Manipulation, and Silence:  A Critical   Hermeneutic Analysis of the Management Textbook as a Tool of the Corporate Discourse”, Management and   Organizational   History, Sage, UK, Vol. 5 (3-4), pp. 283-295.
  • Hartt, C., Mills, A.J., Helms Mills, J., Durepos (2009) “Guiding the Space Age From the Ground Up: Pam Am, Cold War and Guided Missiles”, Journal of Management and Organizational History, Vol. 4 (5).
  • Thurlow, A., Helms Mills, J. (2009) “Change, Talk and Sensemaking”, The Journal of Organizational Change Management, Emerald Press, UK, Vol. 22, (5), 459-479.
  • Miller, G., Mills, A.J. & Helms Mills, J. (2009) “Introduction: Gender and Diversity at Work – Changing Theories, Changing Organizations”, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences,  26 (3), pp. 173 175.
  • Carroll, W., Mills, A.J., Helms Mills, J.  (2008), “Managing Identity and Resistance: Making Critical Sense of Call Centre Management”, Gestion 2000 (Belgian Journal of Management), 25 (6),  pp. 57-82.
  • Durepos, G., Mills, A. J., & Helms Mills, J. (2008), “Tales in the Manufacture of Knowledge: Writing  a Business History of Pan American Airlines”,  Management and Organizational History, 3 (1), pp.63-80.
  • Durepos, G., Helms Mills, J., Mills, A. J.  (2008) “Flights of Fancy: Myth, Monopoly and the Making of Pan American Airways”, Journal of Management History, 14 (2), pp. 116-127.
  • McKee, M., Helms Mills, J. & Driscoll, C., (2008) “Sensemaking and Workplace Spirituality: Some Thoughts on a Theoretical Framework”, The Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion, 5,(2), pp.190-210.
  • Mills, Albert J, & Helms Mills, J. (2006), “Masculinity and the Making of Trans Canada Airlines, 1938-1940: A Feminist Poststructuralist Account”, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 23 (1), pp.34-44.
  • Helms Mills, J., Weatherbee, T. & Colwell, S. (2006) “Ethnostatistics and Sensemaking: Making Sense of Business School Rankings”, Organizational Research Methods, 9,(4): 1-25.
  • Mills, Albert J., and Helms Mills, J. (2006) “Being Sensable about Sensation,” Culture and Organization, 12 (3)pp.199-206.
  • Helms Mills, J. Weatherbee, T. G. (2006) “Hurricanes Hardly Happen: Sensemaking as a Framework for Understanding Organizational Disasters”, Culture and Organization, Vol. 12 (3):  268-279.
  • Helms Mills, J. (2005), “Organizational Change and Representations of Women in a North American Utility Company”, Gender, Work and Organization, 12 (3), pp. 242-268.
  • Aaltio, I., Mills, Albert J., and Helms Mills, J. (2002) `Exploring Gendered Organizational Cultures’ Culture and  Organization, 8 (2), pp. 77-79.
  • Helms Mills, J. (2002) “Employment Practices and the Gendering of Air Canada’s Culture During its Trans-Canada Airlines Days” in Culture and Organization, 8 (2), pp. 117-128.
  • Mills, A.J. & Helms Hatfield, J. (1998) “Air Canada Vs Canadi>n: Competition and Merger in the Framing of Airline Cultures” Studies in Cultures, Organizations and Societies, 4 (1), pp.  93-124.