Dr Steven McCartney

School of Business

Lecturer / Assistant Professor

Biography

Dr. Steven McCartney is an Assistant Professor/Lecturer in Management and Organisational Behaviour at Maynooth University School of Business. Steven received his PhD from Trinity College Dublin, specialising in people analytics. In addition, he holds an MSc in Work and Organisational Behaviour from The University of Limerick, a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from McMaster University, Canada, and an advanced diploma in Human Resource Management. His research interests lie in several areas, including people analytics, digital transformation, strategic HRM, and human capital resources.

Steven’s research has been published in Personnel Review and presented at several academic conferences globally, including the Academy of Management and the Irish Academy of Management.
Prior to his PhD, Steven spent several years as a practicing HR professional in Toronto, Canada. In his various roles, he was responsible for the design, implementation, and execution of workforce analytics programs. Additionally, Steven has experience in the areas of recruitment and selection, training and development, compensation, and the implementation of HRIS/digital technology at the corporate level.

Steven’s teaching experience includes delivering undergraduate and postgraduate modules in people analytics, research methods, and 21st-century skills.  
 

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
2020 '21st Century HR: A Competency Model for the Emerging Role of HR Analysts'
McCartney, S; Murphy, C; McCarthy, J (2020) '21st Century HR: A Competency Model for the Emerging Role of HR Analysts'. Personnel Review, 50 (6):1495-1513 [Details]

Conference Contributions

  Year Publication
2021 Leadership During Crisis: A Relational Model of Transformational Leadership and Alienation.
Fahy, A; Murphy, C; Fu, N; McCartney, S; and Roche, J (2021) Leadership During Crisis: A Relational Model of Transformational Leadership and Alienation. [Oral Presentation], European Academy of Management, Virtual [Details]
2021 Promise versus Reality: Ongoing Debates in People Analytics.
McCartney, S; Fu, N (2021) Promise versus Reality: Ongoing Debates in People Analytics. [Oral Presentation], European Academy of Management Conference, Virtual [Details]
2021 Transformational Leadership and Work Alienation: Evidence from School Leaders.
Fahy, A; McCartney, S (2021) Transformational Leadership and Work Alienation: Evidence from School Leaders. [Oral Presentation], Academy of Management, Virtual [Details]
2020 21st Century HR: A Competency Model for the Emerging Role of HR Analysts.
McCartney, S; Murphy, C; McCarthy, J (2020) 21st Century HR: A Competency Model for the Emerging Role of HR Analysts. [Oral Presentation], Academy of Management, Virtual [Details]
2019 Linking HR Analytics to Organizational Performance through Evidence-Based Management.
McCartney, S; Fu, N (2019) Linking HR Analytics to Organizational Performance through Evidence-Based Management. [Oral Presentation], Academy of Management, Boston [Details]
2019 HR Analytics: A Systematic Review and Agenda for Future Research.
McCartney, S; Fu, N (2019) HR Analytics: A Systematic Review and Agenda for Future Research. [Oral Presentation], Irish Academy of Management, Dublin [Details]

Case

  Year Publication
2021 Competencies, Skills, and HR.
McCartney, S (2021) Competencies, Skills, and HR. Case [Details]
2021 Ethics, Privacy, and Workforce Data.
McCartney, S (2021) Ethics, Privacy, and Workforce Data. Case [Details]