Research at the School of Management
At the School of Management we place a high priority on generating leading edge research, reflected in the School's strong track record of externally-funded grants and projects.
Our focus on producing high-quality, original research enables us to offer a great deal to our key stakeholders, be they students, executives, community leaders, in both small and large organisations.
It provides our researchers with the platform to better analyse current and conventional management practice and how to move creatively to new knowledge and understanding.
The School of Management's active research environment can be seen in the wide range of research interests and publications on individual staff pages, and demonstrated by their participation in these major research projects:
- Building Our Productivity
- Competitive Advantage New Zealand
- Developing Human Capability
- Innovation in NZ Tourism Through Improved Distribution Channels
- Future Maker
- Experiences and Legacies of the Rugby World Cup 2011 Volunteer Programme
Our staff's innovative research has been recognised in Marsden Grants for
- Todd Bridgman ‘In Search of the Business School Public Intellectual’
- Deborah Jones ‘Glamour and Grind: New Creative Workers’
- Sally Riad 'The Dynamics of Difference in Organisational Mergers and Acquisitions’
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