Course Leader in HR and CIPD, Senior Lecturer in HRM and Senior Tutor
Prior to working in academia, I held corporate roles in line management and people development within the leisure industry and also spent time as a self-employed L&D consultant working with local businesses in the Midlands and South West.
I teach on the Business Management and HRM modules at undergraduate level and I am the Academic Course Leader for the undergraduate business management programmes.
Lecturer in Strategic Supply Chain Management, International Business, and Global Operations
I have twenty years of senior level strategic and operational management experience across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors in both the UK and overseas.
Senior Lecturer in Business
I became enthused about HRM when helping restructure British Rail for privatisation. Ever since I’ve been committed to helping managers make their organisations both productive and great places to work.
Academic Course Leader in Business Management and Senior Lecturer in Strategy
My interests centre on Strategic Management and Human Resources Management, specifically in resourcing and flexible working in organisations and the outcomes of simulation-based training as a dimension of blended learning.
Academic Subject Lead in Business Management and HRM
I am proud of keeping what we do relevant here to students. We provide really unique opportunities for our undergraduate students and I love seeing them achieve their potential.
I have been an economist all of my professional life at two previous universities and 7 years in the insurance industry. I joined the university in 1995 and have been a course leader, director of studies and subject group leader.
Lecturer in Marketing
I gained a strong interest in marketing and consumer behaviour from studying business at university and I joined this together with my passion for music to study the ways in which people use music to identify themselves to others.
Senior Lecturer in International Management and Trade
International business is exciting and rewarding, however, it is very risky too. My knowledge of cross-cultural management has helped British expatriate managers to avoid culture shock at pre-transferral stage prior to their movement to China.