Francisco Trincado Munoz
Francisco began his PhD in 2015. He is a member of Surrey Business School. He holds a BA in Business and Management (First) and an MSc in Management of People and Organisational Dynamics from the University of Chile, where he was jointly awarded as best student. His MSc thesis developed an reconstruction, from the collective memory, of the history of the Human Resources School in the University of Chile. He was also awarded a scholarship to participate in Program "Young leaders of UNASUR for a social economy and regional Integration” lead by the University of Buenos Aires.
Francisco's thesis title is 'The effect of Expertness of team members in performance: Exploring the process at dyadic, individual and team level'. His supervisor is Filip Agneessens.
Francisco worked as instructor in the department of Management in the University of Chile, where he collaborated with different academics in their research projects.
Prior to that, Francisco spent one year working as an Social Responsibility (or Sustainability) coordinator for an educational institution. He also led and voluntary participated with “CreeME”, organisation that supports small entrepreneurs through mentoring and teaching (http://creeme.cl/index.html).