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Dr Sheila Cannon

Assistant Professor in Social Entrepreneurship

Room 1.01 TBSI
cannonsh@tcd.ie
01 896 3850


Sheila is Assistant Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at Trinity Business School, from where she also was awarded her PhD. Sheila teaches Social Entrepreneurship to Undergraduate and MBA students, as well as teaching Personal and Career Development. Her research looks at organisational identity work, how organisations engage in self-reflection on who they are when faced with significant change.

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Sheila has worked in non-profit organisations since 1998, mostly in the area of International Peacebuilding. After serving as Director of Programmes and Director of Development in international peacebuilding organisations (1999-2012), she returned to academia to complete her PhD on non-profit organisations and how they adapt to change.

Sheila obtained her BA in The Classics from Vassar College, USA, in 1998, and her PhD from Trinity College Dublin in 2014. She was awarded the Gabriel G. Rudney Memorial Award for Outstanding Dissertation in Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Research in 2015. Her research interests focus on non-profits, organisational identity work, and deinstitutionalisation.

 

 

  • Organisational Identity Work
  • Organisational Change
  • Deinstitutionalisation

 

1. Surviving the peace: Organisational responses to deinstitutionalisation of Irish peacebuilding
Cannon, S.; G. Donnelly-Cox, Surviving the peace: Organisational responses to deinstitutionalisation of Irish peacebuilding,Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 44, (2), 2015, p360 - 378 (2015)

2. Ireland Country Report: Eufori Study
Donnelly-Cox, G; S. Cannon; J. Harrison, Ireland Country Report: Eufori Study. European Foundations for Research and Innovation, Brussels, Belgium, European Commission, 2015, 1-39 (2015)

3. Responses of Non-profit Organisations to Altered Conditions of Support: The Shifting Irish Landscape
Gemma Donnelly-Cox and Sheila M. Cannon, Responses of Non-profit Organisations to Altered Conditions of Support: The Shifting Irish Landscape, Voluntary Sector Review 1 , (2), 2010, p335 - 353 (2010)

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