Jeannette Eberhard, Adjunct Research Professor
Past Chair of the London Police Services Board Full CV
Ph.D., Ivey Business School, University of Western Ontario
M.B.A., Ivey Business School, University of Western Ontario
B.Sc., Queen's University
In the News
Dec. 22, 2017 "Michael Deeb: London police board’s vice chair, accused of sexual harassment by a social media giant, must step down after an Ontario oversight agency agreed to investigate" London Free Press
Dec. 21, 2017 "London police board asks oversight agency to probe accusation against one of its members, Michael Deeb" London Free Press
Dec. 21, 2017 "Oversight Agency Asked To Investigate Police Board Vice-Chair" Blackburn News
Dec. 17, 2017 "London police chief vows to start publishing names of charged officers amid Free Press probe" London Free Press
Dec. 7, 2017 "Police Board Gets Indigenous Member" Blackburn News
Dec. 7, 2017 "Indigenous woman newest member named to oversee police" CBC News
Nov. 16, 2017 "Should London police board meetings move to city hall in the name of transparency?" London Free Press
Nov. 14, 2017 "London city hall: council puts out welcome mat to 12 boards" London Free Press
Nov. 9, 2017 "Invitation sparks power play between city, police" London Free Press
Oct. 23, 2017 "London police seek public input as they set 2019-21 priorities" London Free Press
July 2017 presented "Domestic sex trafficking in Canada: Exploring the dark side of successful routine transfer and police attempts to intervene" at European Group for Organization Studies Colloquium, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Publications for more see Full CV
Eberhard, J, Frost, A., & Rerup, C., “Building an Ecology of Routines: The Central Role of the Broker.” (Target: Organization Science) This paper explores how police brokered change and coordinated work routines across organizational boundaries to achieve a new shared purpose.
Eberhard, J., Frost, A., & Rerup, C., “The changing face of policing” (Target: Administrative Science Quarterly) This paper examines how the mundane actions of police officers and doctors helped sex workers to imagine a better life and take steps to achieve it.
Peer Reviewed Articles
2002 "Attitudes regarding organ donation from non–heart-beating donors" (with S. P. Keenan, B. Hoffmaster, F. Rutledge, L. M. Chen, & W. J. Sibbald) Journal of Critical Care 17(1):29-36
2000 "The Critical Care Research Network: a partnership in community-based research and research transfer" (with S. P. Keenan, C. M. Martin, J. D. Kossuth, & W. J. Sibbald) Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 6(1):15-22.
1993 "New technologies, critical care, and economic realities" (with W. J. Sibbald, K. J. Inman, & C. L. Sprung) Critical Care Medicine 21(11):1777-1780.
1996 "The Southwestern Ontario Critical Care Research Network: Improving Quality of Care through a Strategic Research Alliance" (with W.J. Sibbald) in Peggy Leatt et al eds, Strategic Alliances in Healthcare: A Casebook in Management Innovation (The Canadian Association of Health Service Executives, 1996).
1996 "Managing the Strategic Planning Process" in William J. Sibbald and Thomas A. Massaro eds, The Business of Critical Care, (New York: Futura Publishing Company, Inc., 1996).