In the Department of Management, we encourage original thinking. Our academic staff

  • generate case studies
  • carry out consultancy work
  • initiate PhD research and supervision
  • produce articles for journals
  • publish textbooks and chapters

Our research is organised in Special Interest Groups, which provide important mentoring spaces for our newer academics, and – because of their collaborative structures – allow significant cross–fertilisation of our research expertise and ideas.

Our key areas of research are

  • place, internationalisation, networks, knowledge, innovation and entrepreneurship
  • SME and entrepreneurship and management innovation
  • strategic management
  • change management
  • leadership and leadership development
  • mindfulness and the workplace
  • people, work and organisations
  • coaching and mentoring
  • strategic marketing
  • applied linguistics and intercultural communication
  • charity and third sector
  • cooperative and social enterprise management
  • business information systems
  • responsible and ethical organisations

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