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Professor Nelarine Cornelius

Nelarine

Professor of Organisation Studies

Email: n.cornelius@qmul.ac.uk

Profile

Nelarine Cornelius is Professor of Organisation Studies. She was previously Professor of HRM and Organisation Studies and HRM, Associate Dean, Research and Director, Bradford Centre for Business in Society at the University of Bradford. Professor Cornelius’ research is in the areas of social justice, business in society and the evolution of management practices in emerging, fragile economies.

Professor Cornelius’ obtained her PhD (on an MRC scholarship) from the University of Manchester. She worked in the areas of management and organisational development at General Motors Europe and the London Borough of Tower Hamlets before entering higher education. She has acted as a consultant and adviser to a variety of organisations including the Cabinet Office, Home Office, Fire Service College, Kent Police, Sussex Police, Royal Canadian Mounted Police/ Canadian Police College, Prison Service, and many other for- and non-profit organisations.

She is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in recognition of her efforts relating to doctoral student learning and teaching at the Universities of Bradford,  Lagos  and the Eurasian Doctoral Summer School, (hosted at Varna University), in particular. She has taught on programmes in Canada, France and Germany. More broadly, she has taught on other programmes in many countries, including Singapore, Hong Kong, and Dubai. At Brunel, she was recipient of the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence for master’s level team teaching (with Dr. Stephen Smith).

Professor Cornelius is Visiting Professor, University of Paris 10 and Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Lagos. She was previously Visiting Professor at McGill University and Visiting Fellow at the École Nationale Supérieure des Mines (Paris) and Kings College Hospital, London. She is a Fellow and Member of the Fellows College of the British Academy of Management (BAM) and has served twice as a member of BAM Council. She is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and Chartered Management Institute, and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society She is co-editor of Personnel Review journal.

Research

Research Interests:

  • Equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Business in society
  • Management practices in emerging, fragile economies
  • Applications of Amartya Sen’s  capabilities approach
  • Business Ethics
  • Social Enterprise

Nelarine Cornelius’ research is in two broad areas: inequality, fairness and social justice; and international management practices in emerging and fragile economies.

Equality and social justice issues continue to evolve, yet much of our understanding draws on ‘traditional’ interpretations. I am interested in the fresh challenges, weakly understood, facing the Global North and Global South, including the relationship between government, international companies, non-profits such as NGOs, and their impact on sustainable development  and societal inequalities.

Much of our understanding of management practices in the Global South is with reference to established norms from the Global North. She is interested in the historical antecedence of management practices in emerging and fragile economies and is working with colleagues in Nigeria, Lebanon and Pakistan. Additionally she is interested in how management practices differ across sectors in these countries.

Nelarine Cornelius’ researches with colleagues in Europe and in Canada, Australia, Pakistan, Nigeria and South Africa. She is co-founder of the research centre, Paris Research in Norms, Management and Law (PRIMAL).  PRIMAL is hosted at the Sorbonne, Paris, the members and the remit of the centre is on the relationship between management, philosophy and law. Current projects focus on corporate social responsibility and social accountability, social justice and management, managerial relationships with society and democracy and public management.

Publications

Journal articles

*n.b., only articles published after 2000 are listed)

  • Cornelius, N, Pullen, A, Vachhani, S, Ndaba, Z, Gagnon, S (2017) Critical diversity: philosophy and practice, Gender, Work and Organization, forthcoming
  • Jhatial, AA, Wallace, J, Cornelius, N (2014) Colonial and postcolonial influences on the evolution of management practices in Pakistan, Business History, 56 (3), 456-484
  • Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2013) Capabilities, Urban Unrest and Social Enterprise: Limits of the Actions of Third Sector Organisations. International Journal of Public Sector Management 26(3), 232-249
  • Franks, TR, Lawler, J, Trueman, M. Cornelius, N (2013) Regeneration and Well-Being: Research into Practice, International Journal of Public Sector Management, 26(3), 180 – 189
  • Trueman, M, Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2012) Building brand value online: Exploring relationships between company and city brands, European Journal of Marketing, 46 (7/8), 1013-1031
  • Cornelius, N and Martinez Lucio, M (2012) Representations, labour markets and minority ethnic workers: Networking, new forms of representation and politics in the multi-ethnic city, Urban Studies, 49 (3), 587-594
  • Cornelius, N. Martinez Lucio, M, Gagnon, S, Wilson, F and Pezet (2011), Mind the Gap: The Politics of Equality, Ethnicity and Ethical Turns in Organisations, Journal of Business Ethics, 94 (Supplement 1), 1-7
  • Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2011), Cross-sector partnerships, city regeneration and social justice, Journal of Business Ethics, 94 (Supplement 1), 71-84,
  • Ituma, A, Simpson, R, Ovadje, F, Cornelius, N and Mordi, C  (2011), Four domains of career success: How managers in Nigeria evaluate career success, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22(17) 3638-3660
  • Wallace, J Cornelius, N (2010) Community development and social regeneration: how the third sector addresses the needs of BME communities in post-industrial cities. Journal of Business Ethics, 97(1), 43-54
  • Otubayo, O, Amujo, O and Cornelius, N (2010) The informal corporate identity communication process, Corporate Reputation Review, 13 (3) 157-171
  • Hussain, Z and Cornelius, N (2009) The use of domination and legitimation in information systems implementation, Information Systems Journal  19 (2) 197-224
  • Cornelius, N, Gleadle, P and Pezet, E (2008) Governmentality, new inequalities and resistances,  Organization 19 (3) 463-465
  • Gleadle, P, Cornelius, N, and Pezet, E  (2008) Enterprising Selves: When Governmentality meets Agency: Organization, 15 (3) 307-313
  • Gleadle, P and Cornelius, N (2008) The introduction of EVA: A move from productionist to coupon pool capitalism? Critical Perspectives on Accounting 19 (8) 1219-1238
  • Cornelius, N, Todres, M, Janjuha-Jivraj, S, Woods, A and Wallace, J (2008) The social enterprise and capacity, capabilities and quality of life, Journal of Business Ethics, 81 (2) 355-370
  • Hussain, Z, Wallace, J and Cornelius, N (2007) The use and impact of human resource information systems on HRM professionals’ Information and Management 44 (1) 74-89
  • Cornelius, N and Skinner, D (2008) The careers of senior men and women: a capabilities theory perspective, British Journal of Management 19 (s1) 141-149
  • Cornelius, N, Tassabehji, R and Wallace, J (2007) An analysis of corporate social responsibility, corporate identity and ethics teaching in business schools, Journal of Business Ethics 76 (1) 117-135
  • Gleadle, P, Cornelius, N Pezet, E and Salaman, G (2007) Change and continuity in writing about change and continuity, Special edition on Change, identity and employment: the role of knowledge, Journal of Organizational Change Management, 20 (4) 473-477
  • Bassett-Jones, N, Cornelius, N and Brown, R (2007) Delivering diversity management through workplace equality, Systems Research and Behavioural Science, 24(1) 59-67
  • Trueman M, Cornelius N and Killingbeck-Widdup A (2007) Urban Corridors and the Lost City: Overcoming negative perceptions, Journal of Brand Management,15(1) 20-31
  • Hussain, Z and Cornelius, N (2006) Metaphorical analysis of social factors during information systems development, International Journal of Business Information Systems 2(1) 21-42
  • Todres, M, Cornelius, N, Janjuha-Jivraj, S and Woods, A (2006) Developing emerging social enterprises through capacity building, Social Enterprise Journal, 1(2) 61-74
  • Cornelius, N and Skinner, D (2005) An alternative view through the glass ceiling: using capabilities theory to reflect the career journeys of senior women, Women in Management Review 20 (8) 595-602
  • Cornelius, N and Gagnon, S (2004) Still bearing the mark of Cain? Ethics, diversity and inequality measurement,  Business Ethics: A European Review 13(1) 27-40
  • Cornelius, N (2004) Explorations of knowledge and learning, Editorial  International Journal of Innovation and Learning, 1(4) 327-329 [Guest Editor]
  • Cornelius, N and Clapp, R (2004) Re-conceptualising organizational learning for equality action, International Journal of Innovation and Learning, 1(4) 378-391
  • Cornelius, N and Laurie, N (2003) Capable management: an interview with Martha Nussbaum, Philosophy of Management 3(1) 3-16
  • Rattue, R and Cornelius, N  and Smith, S.L. (2002) The emotional labour of police work, Soundings: Journal of Politics and Culture Issue 20 (Summer.) 190-201
  • Gagnon, S and Cornelius, N (2000) Re-examining workplace inequality: a capabilities approach, Human Resource Management Journal 10(4) 68-87
  • Cornelius, N and Gooch, L (2000) Managers leading diversity for business excellence,  Journal of General Management, 25(3) 67-79

Books

  • Cornelius, N (Ed) (2002) Building workplace equality: ethics, diversity and inclusion, London: Thomson Publishing
  • Fisher, J and Cornelius, N. (2000) Challenging the boundaries: Personal construct psychology for the new millennium, Cornelius, N and Fisher, J (Eds.), Lostock Hall, ECPA Publication
  • Cornelius, N (ed) (2000) Human Resource Management, London: Thomson

Book chapters and edited volumes

  • Overall, J, Wallace, J and Cornelius N. CSR, rational behaviour and limitations facing firms and society. In: Lindgreen, A. et al (2017) New horizons in CSR. Ashgate Publishing
  • Pezet, N. and Cornelius, N (2017) ‘The heterotopic behaviour of the firm’. In: McKinley, A and Pezet, P (2017) Governmentality and management: Rethinking the management of populations, organizations and individuals. London: Routledge
  • Ng, E, Cornelius, N, Metz, I, Hoobler, J and Nkomo, S (2015) Multiculturalism in the USA, South Africa, Australia, Canada and the UK. In: Klarsfeld, A and Ng E, International thematic perspectives on equality, diversity and inclusion, Edward Elgar
  • Cornelius, N (2014) Business applications of personal construct psychology; In: Winter, D, Reed, N and Fransella, F. (eds.) International handbook of personal construct psychology, London: Wiley
  • Jhatial, A, Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2014) CSR and community development in Pakistan In Fukukawa, K (2014) CSR and Community Development in Asia, London Routledge
  • Cornelius, N and Pezet, E (2014) Monitory democracy and governmentality. In McKinley, A. New perspectives on governmentality, London, Springer
  • Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2014) CSR and non-profits, In: Idowu, S et al., Springer Dictionary of Corporate Social Responsibility, forthcoming
  • Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2012) The view on the ground : CSR from a capabilities approach, In : Idowu, S (Ed) Springer encyclopedia of corporate social responsibility, in press
  • Trueman, M,  Cornelius, N  and Liddle, J  (2010) Doing good in a postindustrial city: Public policy, communications and regeneration, In Ashworth, G and Karavatsis, M (eds) Branding and Cities, London : Edward Elgar
  • Wallace, J., Cornelius, N. (2010). Alignment of Strategy - Managerial Characteristics and Performance at Functional Level in Dubai Local Government. In Tatticci, P., (Ed.), Business Performance, Measurement and Management: New Context, Themes and Challenge. Springer: London, UK
  • Gleadle, P and Cornelius, N (2007) La conduit de soi et les sujets entreprenants: les cas Midco et Labco. Pezet, E (ed) Management et Conduite de Soi, Paris, Vuibert
  • Cornelius, N, Smith, SL et al (2007) Making a drama out of a crisis: learning and front-line performance, In: Reynolds, M and Vince, R (2007) Management and experiential learning. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Clapp, R and Cornelius, N (2003) New views on equality action in organization, In: Psychological constructivism and the social world, Chiari, G and Nuzzo, ML (Eds.)   Milan and Rome, Pequod
  • Cornelius, N (2002) The struggles of organizational transitions, In: International handbook of personal construct psychology, Fransella, F (ed), London: Wiley. [Also Membership of the prestigious International Advisory Panel for this book]
  • Cornelius, N (2000) Seeking personal and collective meanings for health and happiness at work, In: Challenging the boundaries: Personal construct psychology for the new millennium, Cornelius, N and Fisher, J (eds), Lostock Hall, ECPA Publications
  • Cornelius, N, Gooch, L and Todd, S (2000) HR policy and strategy and diversity management, In: Equality and diversity in employment, Noon, M and Ogbonna, E (Eds.). London: Palgrave
  • Cornelius, N (2000) Re-locating the use of personal construct psychology in the fields of business, management and the study of organizations, In The person in society: Challenges to constructivist thinking, Scheer, J (ed), Giessen, Germany Psychozocial Verlag
  • Cornelius, N (2005) Charting Organizational Change and Learning In: Fransella, F (2005) The essential handbook of personal construct psychology London: Wiley
  • Cornelius, N (2004). E-management and workforce diversity, In: Critical perspectives in e-business, Budd, L and Harris, L (eds) London: Routledge  
  • Harris, L and Cornelius, N (2003) Organizational considerations for e-business, In: The management of e-business, Harris, L and Jackson, P (Eds.), London: Routledge

Conference papers

*n.b., only conferences after 2000 are listed

  • Ndajiya, A, Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2016) CST and sustainable development from a community perspective: implications for community action. British Academy of Management Conference, Newcastle
  • Pezet, E and Cornelius, N (2016) Liberal governmentality and the behaviour of the firm. Philosophy of Management Conference, St Annes College, Oxford
  • Overall, J, Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2014) The Conflicted Nature of Normative CSR: A Critical look through the Lens of Altruism and Rational Egoism, Philosophy of Management International Conference, Chicago
  • Gagnon, S, Cornelius, N, Cukier, W and Ndaba, Z (2014) Doing otherwise: Advancing praxis in critical diversity research, Gender, Work and Organization International Conference, Keele University
  • Ng, E, Cornelius, N, Metz, I, Hoobler, J and Nkomo, S (2014) Multiculturalism in the USA, South Africa, Australia, Canada and the UK, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion International Conference, Munich
  • Cornelius, N and Martinez Lucio, M (2013) Deliberation, participation and diversity: Towards a radical agenda, EGOS Conference, Montreal
  • Amujo, A, Cornelius, N and George, JA (2013) The Royal Niger Company, Foreign Venturing and the Evolution of Corporate Social Irresponsibility in Nigeria - A Business Historical Perspective, British Academy of Management Conference, Liverpool
  • Wallace, J, Cornelius, N and Overall, J (2013) Ethical leadership and its influence on corporate cultures, ethical values, and the institutional ethical framework, Academy of Management, 2014, Orlando
  • George, O., Olusanwi, O. Otubayo, O. and Cornelius, N (2013) Managing diversity and ethnic workforce: The Nigerian case, Academy of Management (Africa Conference), Johannesburg, January, forthcoming
  • Jhatial, AA, Cornelius, N, and Wallace, J (2012) Managerialism, modernization and cultural influences: Empirical evidence of employment practices in Pakistan, Academy of Management, Boston, MA, 2012
  • Wallace, J, Cornelius, N, Jhatial, AA and Janjuha-Jivraj, S, (2012) Organizational practices and the entrepreneurial orientation of  social enterprises,  Fuqua (Duke) /Skoll Centre, Research Colloquium, University of Oxford, Oxford
  • Jhatial, AA, Cornelius, N (2011) Social justice, social enterprise and ‘ethical’ venturing from a capabilities perspective, Human Development and Capabilities Association, The Hague
  • Jhatial, AA, Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2011) The rhetorics and realities of employment management in Pakistan: The colonial, post-colonial and post-9/11 influences, British Academy of Management Conference, Aston University Business School
  • Janjuha-Jivraj, S, and Cornelius, N (2011)  Entrepreneurial ‘Passion’ in Small Organizations and its Influence on Governance and Social Responsibility Practice, British Academy of Management Conference, Aston University Business School
  • Wallace, J and Cornelius, N (2011) CSR and ethicality structures in social enterprises, 8th Annual Satter Conference on Social Entrepreneurship, Stern School, New York University
  • Wallace, J and Cornelius, N (2011) Skoll  An investigation of the factors driving the social performance of social enterprises in the United Kingdom, Social Entrepreneurship Conference, [Fuqua (Duke) and Said (Oxford)]Fuqua Business School, Duke University
  • Janjuha-Jivraj, S and Cornelius, N, (2010) Entrepreneurial ‘Passion’ in small organizations and its influence on governance and social responsibility practice, Academy of Management, Montreal
  • Cornelius, N, Pezet, E and Wallace, J (2010) A Model for the effective mentoring of managers, Academy of Management, Montreal
  • Bozzo-Rey, M., Cornelius, N and Pezet, E (2010) Bentham, Foucault and beyond: Governmentality, utility, liberalism and the firm, EURAM Annual Conference, Rome
  • Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2010) Capabilities theory and the governance of social enterprise, Philosophy of Management Conference, St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford
  • Wallace, J and Cornelius, N, (2010) Deprivation indices and social enterprise provision in Bradford, UK, 7th Annual Satter Conference on Social Entrepreneurship, Stern School, New York University
  • Jhatial, AA, Cornelius, N and Wallace, J, (2010) ‘Human resource management practices in post-colonial and post-9/11 climate: empirical evidence from Pakistan HRM and Ethics, BAM SIG Conference (by invitation only) London School of Economics
  • Cornelius, N and Janjuha-Jivraj, S (2009) Governance and social responsibility in social enterprises from a capabilities perspective, Paper presented at the Satter Conference on Social Entrepreneurship, Stern School, NYU,  New York (November)
  • Cornelius, N (2008) Leadership practice, community engagement, diversity and the social good: A  PCP perspective, European Personal Construct Association Conference, Venice, July
  • Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2008) The regeneration challenge in the developed world: insights generated from a capabilities approach applied to the understanding of regeneration efforts in post-industrial cities Proceedings of the Human Development and Capabilities Association Conference, New York, September
  • Cornelius, N, and Ituma, A, Burnhope, N, Phull, H and Clapp, R (2007) Exploring the community oriented training needs of police officers, Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference, University of Warwick, September
  • Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2007) Measurement of the effectiveness of the impact of third sector organizations’ Proceedings of the Human Development and Capabilities Association Conference, New York, September
  • Smith, SL and Cornelius, N (2007) Dusting off old ‘dance cards’ and recalling ‘ballroom stories’: Revisiting pragmatism from a constructivist perspective, Proceedings of the European Group on Organisational Studies (EGOS) Conference,  Vienna, Austria July
  • Cornelius, N. Janjuha-Jivraj, S and Woods, A and Wallace, J  (2006) Capabilities and the social enterprise, Human Development and Capabilities Association, Groningen, August
  • Cornelius, N, et al (2006) Knowledge, learning and the social enterprise, Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference, Queens University, Belfast, September
  • Tassabehji, R, Wallace, N and Cornelius, N (2006) ‘E-Management, Knowledge and the SME’ Academy of Management Conference’, Atlanta, Georgia, July
  • Gleadle, P, Pezet, E and Cornelius, N (2005) Enterprise and Identity, Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference, Said Business School, University of Oxford
  • Cornelius N and Wallace, J (2005) The metrics of inequality Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference, Said Business School, University of Oxford, September
  • Cornelius, N, Gleadle, P, Winstanley, D and Ward, J (2004) Changing faces: sexuality, ethnicity and multiple identities, Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference, St. Andrews 31st August – 2nd September
  • Cornelius, N (2004) Reflection and learning in organizations, Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference, St. Andrews 31st August – 2nd September
  • Cornelius, N (2003) Capabilities, emotion and conflict resolution: reflections on Martha Nussbaum’s ‘Upheavals of Thought’. ESRC Seminar (Brunel University) Conflict, Emotion and Learning; Emotion and Learning Seminar Series
  • Cornelius, N and Skinner, D (2003) An alternative view through the glass ceiling: using capabilities theory to reflect the career journeys of senior women, Proceedings of the Gender, Work and Organization Biennial conference, Keele, July
  • Clapp, R and Cornelius, N (2003) Transcendence and Transformation: PCP as an integrating theory for sense-making in complex, changing systems, Proceedings of the XV International Congress of Personal Construct Psychology, Huddersfield 14-18th July
  • Cornelius, N (2002) Re-conceptualizing organizational learning for addressing workplace inequality, Inaugural International Conference, Proceedings of Reason In Practice: Philosophy of Management St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford, 26-29 June
  • Clapp, R and Cornelius, N (2002), Organizational learning and workplace inequality’. Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference, London, September
  • Clapp, R and Cornelius, N (2002) ‘New views on equality action in organization’. XIth Congress of the European Personal Construct Association, Psychological Constructions of the social world, Florence, 24-27 March
  • Cornelius, N (2001) Towards holistic representations of cognition and change through PCP dimensions, Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Cardiff, September
  • Gleadle, P and Cornelius, N (2000) A multi-dimensional approach to the study of culture as a key informal mechanism for the exercise of ‘invisible’ control’. Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Manchester, September 13-15.

Invited talks - selected

  • Cornelius, N (2016) Career journeys of BAME women academics: a personal story: Chartered Association of Business Schools, York
  • Cornelius, N, and Martinez Lucio, M (2012) Deliberation, participation and the politics of migrant and ethnic minority groups. UNESCO, Philolab Philosophy and Management Conference, Paris,
  • Cornelius, N (2014) Criticism and the firm .UNESCO, Philolab Philosophy and Management Conference, Paris
  • Equality and Human Rights Commission (2011), the evaluation of social inclusion projects and the teaching of diversity in business schools, Lambeth Palace, London
  • Cornelius, N (2013) A capabilities approach to equality and fairness. Fairness at work research group, Manchester University Business School
  • Cornelius, N (2012) Colonial and postcolonial influences on the evolution of management practices in Pakistan. University of York  to Management School
  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police (2005)– Exploring major case management, RCMP, Ottawa, Canada
  • Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) (2004) Keynote speaker, women and work-life balance, IPPR London
  • Cornelius, N (2003) Diversity under globalisation: capabilities, emotion and conflict resolution. ESRC Seminar (Brunel/Cranfield Universities), Diversity under globalization: Ideas into action; Identity and Change Seminar Series
  • Cornelius, N (2000)’Towards a Kellyian framework for organizational psychology’. Symposium: ‘Personal Construct Psychology in Action’. Symposium on the contributions of George Kelly (Convener, Fay Fransella) Proceedings of the British Psychological Society Centenary Conference, Glasgow.

Additionally, invited talks given for the following, 2000- to date

  • Prison Service Training College, Newbold Revel (diversity issues)
  • Bramshill Police College(diversity issues)
  • Kent Police College (equality, diversity and community relations; effective equality and diversity in front line and support activities)
  • South Birmingham Primary Care Trust – improving community health service provision using a capabilities approach
  • Brap, Birmingham, social organisations: internal evaluations and community service provision using a capabilities approach
  • Home Office Assessment Consultancy Unit, equality issues and recruitment and selection
  • McGill University (2006), Humboldt University (2000), Stuttgart University (2002), Leipzig University (2001), University of Paris 10 (2012; 2016), University of Lagos (2013), IILP, Delhi (2008), MDIS, Singapore (2012)
  • Expert discussant for Joseph Rowntree Foundation (2007), Institute of Public Policy Research (2007) and Equalities and Human Rights Commission (2010)

PhD Supervision

Professor Cornelius welcomes expressions of interest in the areas of equality, diversity and inclusion, business ethics (in particular business and society issues) , social enterprise, management practices in emerging, fragile economies, the management of social organisations.

Current PhD Students

Samaila Tenebe

Title: Leadership behaviour in public organisations in Nigeria (first supervisor)

Chidozie Umeh

Title: National and regional cultures and employee commitment in Nigeria (first supervisor)

Solomon Akpotozor

Title: Social and environmental accounting in Nigeria: cement industry and community ‘subaltern’ perspectives  (first supervisor)

PhD Supervision Completions

Ellen Hope-Kearns ‘Professional development policy and career opportunities for clinical laboratory professionals’, California State University, (External adviser), Awarded 2004
Karen Blakeley ‘Emotion and learning during periods of organizational change’, PhD Awarded February 2005
Afam Ituma ‘Retention strategies and knowledge workers in Nigeria.’ Brunel University, Awarded 2005
Aileen Alleyne ‘The psychodynamics of black identity in the workplace’ Middlesex University/ Metanoia (External adviser), Awarded 2006
Keith Amoss ‘Civilian deployment and personal values in NATO’, Brunel University, Awarded June 2008
Otubanjo (Tayo) Babasola ‘The shifting social constructions of corporate identity in Nigerian banking sector’, Brunel University, October 2008
Suzan Al-Qureshi ‘Change and public sector management in Saudi Arabia’, Brunel University, Awarded 2010
Olusoji George ‘Employment Relations in Cadbury, Nigeria’. Bradford University, Awarded 2010.
Ashiq Ali Jhatial ‘Post-colonialism, militarism and management practices in Pakistan’, Bradford University, Awarded 2010  
Ammar Mallalah ‘Leadership development in Kuwaiti private sector organizations’, Bradford University, Awarded 2010  
Ali Sebaa – ‘Performance policy in the Dubai public sector’. Bradford University, Awarded 2010  
Maria Saberi ‘The rhetoric and reality of emotional intelligence’ external supervision, joint Brunel/ Ahlia University, Bahrain, Awarded 2012
Cameron Batmanghlich ‘Ethical leadership in Sweden and the UK, Bradford University, Awarded 2012
Saleh Abdurahman Al-Thunaian ‘Performance Measurement in International Hospitals in Saudi Arabia’. Bradford University, Awarded  2013
Abdullahi Ndajiya – Social responsibility and governance practices in the Nigerian Oil Industry, Niger Delta, Bradford University, awarded 2015

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