Dr Inmaculada Adarves-Yorno - Senior Lecturer in Leadership Studies
"My main research areas revolves around authentic leadership, change agency, social identity and mindfulness.
The impact that my research is having is extraordinary. One of the project is the creation of the inner rehabilitation programme which lies at the intersection of my work on social identity and mindfulness."
Professor Nav Mustafee - Associate Professor in Operations Management and Analytics
"I am an interdisciplinary researcher and am interested in the use of quantitative methods and applied computing for decision making and behaviour change. More specifically, my research interests are in computer modelling and simulation (M&S), data analytics, hybrid systems modelling and ‘digital’ behaviour change interventions. A focus area is healthcare applications."
Professor William Harvey - Associate Professor of Management Studies
"I am working in the area of reputation, researching how organisations and leaders build, manage, change and repair their reputations in an era of unprecedented public scrutiny.
I am currently exploring how global professional service firms like management consulting and executive search firms are currently seeking to change their reputations because of external threats to their business."
Professor Giovanna Michelon - Professor of Accounting
"Since my PhD I have been interested in a variety of topics related to social and environmental accounting and corporate social responsibility (CSR).
My work has significantly contributed to the emerging strand of literature on how corporate governance drives CSR and CSR reporting."
Professor Mickey Howard - Professor of Supply Management
"My research examines the circular economy and sustainable supply chain management.
The theme of my current project is ‘Modelling supply chain optimisation in the food and beverages industry: Helping SMEs in South West England work towards the circular economy."
Professor Andi Smart - Professor of Operations & Process Management
"My research is focused on exploring new knowledge in the design and improvement of operational systems.
This involves building upon Systems Theory as foundations for thinking; conceptualising operational systems from an activity systems perspective (looking at core business processes and their interactions), and predominantly conducting inquiry into service contexts."
Dr Monika Tarsalewska - Lecturer in Finance
"My research interests include various topics related to empirical and theoretical corporate finance.
My papers on the timing of mergers and acquisitions and the role of equity incentives have been published in internationally recognised journals such as Journal of Banking and Finance and Journal of Business Ethics and I am currently a member of European Finance Association."