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The Department of Management's cross-disciplinary profile, highly-engaged teaching staff and depth of expertise means we’re well-placed to collaborate with a wide variety of national and international scholars and stakeholders. We thrive on challenge-based research that puts us on the frontline with real businesses, employees and organisations.

We welcome inquiries from those whom seek more information on our research, seminars or potential opportunities to partner. Our staff are experienced presenters often called upon for media commentary or to give community presentations: tap into our extensive knowledge of customer behaviour, workplace management, demographics, teamwork, leadership and more.

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Speaker Topics
Dr
Nikola Balnave
Alternative forms of business (co_operatatives and mutuals), Labour & Business history 
Dr 
Alison Barnes
Work & Employee behaviour, Industrial Relations and Critical management
Dr Layla Branicki

Individual and organizational resilience, the factors that enable people, businesses and government organizations to better cope with high risk work and extreme events, social media, sustainability.

Dr
Gordon Brooks
The relationship between the individual and the organisation
Dr
Meena Chavan

Cross Cultural Competence in International Business Environments. Doing business with India and China - International Business strategy - Emerging Economies. Small Business  - SMEs,  International Entrepreneurship, Ethnic Entrepreneurs, Women Entrepreneurs,  Startups, Emerging economy- Entrepreneurship

A/Prof 
Fei Guo
Demographic trends and labour conditions in China; Skilled and student migration to Australia
Prof
Daryll Hull
Employee engagement strategies, Industrial relations, Organisation change
Dr
Robert Jack
The challenges involved for Australian firms accessing international markets. Why international business matters to Australian firms
A/Prof 
Denise Jepsen
Organisational psychology, Organisational behaviour, Careers and career theory, The psychological contract, Organisational justice, Organisational citizenship, Leadership (leader-member exchange), Employee attitudes and engagement.
Dr
Senia Kalfa
Employee participation and non-union voice; Leadership in Clinical Contexts; Organisational studies; Higher education (employability, graduate capabilities and careers); Return to work after serious illness.
Dr
Candy (Ying) Lu
Immigrant Professionals, International Busines
Dr
Erik Lundmark
Organisational entrepreneurship, Creativity and innovation;Labour mobility and the diffusion of ideas and practices; Organisational and societal implications of IT use
Prof
Grant Michelson
Work and Employment, Corporate social responsibility, Business Ethics
Dr
Salut Muhidin
Indonesian population dynamic, Asian population mobility and diaspora in Australia, Health and migration
A/Prof 
Nick Parr
A wide range of recent demographic trends in Australia (population ageing, recent birth rate trends, etc.)
Prof 
Alison Pullen 
Management and Organization Studies; Gender, Work and Organization; Politics and Ethics of organizations; Diversity and its management; Embodiment, Identity and Organizations; Women and Leadership; Feminism in management education.
Dr
Monica Ren
Emerging MNEs' internationalization strategies, Institutional studies, Chinese MNEs' localization, Trust, Guanxi and guanxi gatekeeping.
Prof 
David Rooney
Knowledge economies, Wisdom, Mindfulness, Leadership, Organisational behaviour
Dr
Troy Sarina
Employment Law, Collective Bargaining, Employment Relations 
Prof
Lucy Taksa
Equity and diversity management: post, present and future strategies; Cultural diversity and inter-cultural relations; organisational culture and culture change; Women and leadership, the role and impact of social capital; management education,heritage management.
Dr
Murray Taylor
Firm internationalisation: rapid internationalisation (e.g. born globals), Service firms and internationalisation models
A/Prof 
Louise Thornthwaite
Employment law; Work-family balance; Social media law and policy; Human resource management; Workplace relations/industrial relations; Equity and diversity management, Learning and development
A/Prof 
Yue Wang
Contracting theory, institutional theories (NIE and NIS), evolutionary economics, and dynamic capabilities approaches toward strategy and international business topics; East Asian business systems (China, Japan, Korea) and their impact on firm organisation and behaviour
A/Prof 
Edward Wray-Bliss
The Ethics and Politics of Work, Organisation and Leadership, Drug and Alcohol use and Drug Testing in the Workplace, Research Ethics in Management and the Social Sciences, Qualitative Research Methods and Methodologies, Critical Management Studies, Ethical and Continental Philosophy in Organisation Studies
Dr
Julie Zetler
Employment/Workplace Law and Marketing/Commercial Law. Healthcare Management Law, Public Sector Law. Electronic Technology - privacy, confidentiality and bioethics.
Dr Zhiming Cheng

Applied economics; applied econometrics; quantitative methods; mixed methods; Labour economics; health economics; education economics; development economics; welfare economics; political economy; Happiness; subjective wellbeing; Industrial relations; Migration; refugee; humanitarian migrant; aged care;Chinese economy and society; China studies

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