Teaching and Research Areas:
I am teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level as a principal lecturer at the Sheffield Business School. I am also the postgraduate portfolio leader for the leadership and management programmes. I teach across a range of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management and Development fields. My main research and teaching interests are in the areas of Learning and Development, People Resourcing, Managing Diversity, Organisational Learning and Teaching Methodologies. I am a member of the University Standing Panel which reviews and approves new course and programme submissions. I am also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development which manages the quality standards across the profession.
Continuing Professional Development:
I have continued my CPD through my membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management and until recently my school governor role. I spent eight years as the Chair of Governors of an 11-16 comprehensive school with 1800 students, where he was responsible for a range of organisational, educational and human resource planning policies.
- 2013: Fellow - Higher Education Academy, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
- 1995: MSc Human Resource Management, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
- 1993: HRM - 'An Evaluation of the HRD Programme 'Success for People', Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
- 1978: Diploma In Wine & Spirit Education, Other
Department of Management
Sheffield Business School
Book: Storer, I. Craik, G. (2010), Understanding and Managing Organisations, 1st edn, Sheffield Business School
Case study: Craik, G. Gorbuntsova, T. Cropper, A. Baker, J. (2011), 'Centre for Promoting Learning Autononomy'
Conference Paper: Craik, G. (2011), 'Research methodology teaching at level 7 in SBS: where next'. Paper presented at CPLA Conference
Other: Craik, G. (2010), 'Developing and Embedding Learner Autonomy within the Postgraduate Curriculum'