Research in management education has grown significantly in the past five years and its credibility has increased beyond business schools.
We believe that collaboration is key to drive management education research and we are keen to engage in such projects that are of value to the community and its stakeholders. These might include collaboration on small or big grant projects, research papers, kick-start pilot studies, new book editions or conferences.
Our research themes are aligned with our mission to advance our profession, expand our understanding of future trends and needs in management education in order to serve students and organisations purposefully.
- Early career academic development
- Career development
Learning and teaching
- Assessment and feedback
- Curriculum design
- Experiential learning
- Workplace readiness
- Enterprise skills
- Profile development
Rivers, C. & O’Brien, J. (2018) Developing Business Ready Graduates – Teaching Inside Out in Bui, H. (Eds). Innovate Higher Education to Enhance Graduate Employability, Routledge.
Kinchin, I.M., Rivers, C., Alpay, E., Curtis, K., Franklin, J., & Winstone, N.E. (2016): Charting the elements of pedagogic frailty, Educational Research, 58(1), 1-23.