Rana Manning has had a varied career beginning with the magazine industry and commercial radio which was followed by a period in which she co-owned a jewelry design and retail business. In a major career change she completed her degree in psychology and is now a registered psychologist working in private practice as a therapist, and also works as a business consultant for a number of large organisations. Rana is also a doctoral student holding an Australian Postgraduate Award at Southern Cross University. Rana expects Legion Theory to dominate her future research activities.
Manning, R.L., & Manning, M.L. (submitted). Organizational Climate in Tourism and Hospitality: The legacy of Faraday, Maxwell, and Lewin, Tourism Management.
Manning, M.L., & Manning, R.L. (2007). Legion Theory: A meta-psychology. Theory and Psychology, 17(6), 839-862.
Manning, M.L., Davidson, M., & Manning, R.L. (2005). Measuring tourism and hospitality employee workplace perceptions. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 24(1), 75-90.
Manning, M.L., Davidson, M., & Manning, R.L. (2004). Toward a Shortened Measure of Organisational Climate in Tourism and Hospitality. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research, 28(4), 444-462.