The Management and Organisations group brings together leading academics from a number of related disciplines to advance knowledge on the management of complex organisations in society.
The group’s research makes a significant contribution to business practice as well as to the advancement of knowledge within the broad field of management. Particular areas of scholarly expertise relate to the fields of organisational behaviour and human resource management, business information management, employment relations, general and strategic management, and transport and logistics.
Through their involvement in a wide variety of teaching programs, members of the Management & Organisation group are also assisting both current and future business leaders to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to deal effectively with the challenges of managing in a dynamic and turbulent business environment.
The Management & Organisation group includes a substantial number of postgraduate research students. PhD students can choose to concentrate in the fields of Organisational Behaviour, Human Resource Management, Business Information Management, Employment Relations, General & Strategic Management, Transport & Logistics.
Patah Salwa Abdul, Tim Ballard, Ian Boudville, Francesco Cangiano, Joseph Carpini, John Carruthers, Phillip De Bruyn, Richard Goater, Xiaowen Hu, Shen-Yang Lin, Thorsten Migge, Nicole Naeser, Rachel Percy, Yeow Hong Phay, Siddhartha Sanyal, Dina Sartika, Ami Seivwright, Andrea Steele, Aiden Thornton, Grant Van Lier Ribbink
Tom Barratt, Renata Casado, Mark Hathaway, Lynne Johnston, Elly Leung, Tak Man Jeffrey Lou, Sandra Martain, Hasina Sheykh, Alex Veen
Hj Mohd Ariffin Mohd Azman, Andre Bavington, Maryam Habibi, Ying Huang, Fakra Jabeen, Jillian Mustard, James O'Farrell, Hafizah Mohamad Hsbollah, Xingchen Song, Stuart Speidel, Morgan Strong, Joseph Teo
Markus Botte, Daniela Crisan, Benita Huba, Ananda Naidu, Jing Qin, Eng Sian Quek, Jue Wang
||Period of visit
The University of Arizona
|17 February to 18 March 2014
|Niels Van Quaquebeke
|15 March to 1 June 2014
Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
|6 to 9 September 2014
|17 November to 12 December 2014