Research Output per year
Dr Jill Fenton Taylor teaches strategic communicaion in the postgraduate program. Her interets lie with contemporary thinking around autoethnographic research and practice. Jill's work embraces understanding organisations as multi-voice entanglements of storytelling practices and narrative discourses. Current projects traverse genres of Dialogic Practice where participants are invited to evoke organisational storytelling as a site for shared lived experience and personal transformation.
Jill is supervising PhD and Doctor of Communication students who are studying organisational ethnography.
Communication, Doctor of Philosophy, Arts and Education
Award Date: 09 May 2008
Communication, Master of Arts (Honours), Arts and Education
Award Date: 14 Apr 2000
Public Relations, Bachelor of Arts, RMIT University
Award Date: 08 Jun 1994
+/+ A practical solution: Transactional analysis in organisation contributing to ethical internal communicationWuersch, L. & Taylor, J. F., 10 Dec 2019.
Research output: Other contribution to conference › Abstract
‘Open but not blank’: Preliminary fieldwork for exploration of the influence of Transactional Analysis on internal communication in a case organisationWursch, L., Taylor, J. F. & Denyer-Simmons, P., 2017, Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2017: Communication Worlds: Access, Voice, Diversity, Engagement. Martin, F. (ed.). p. 1-16 16 p.
Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paper › Conference paper
Performance autoethnography - Practice Stories of facilitating organisational change in a universityBryant, H., Taylor, J. F. & Bryant, M., 2016
Research output: Non-textual outputs, including Creative Works › Creative Works - Recorded or Rendered works
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Activities per year
Activity: Membership › Professional association or peak discipline body › Industry
Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Conference/Symposium › Industry