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The Department of Organisation, Work and Technology was founded in 1969 in response to a growing recognition of the importance of the study of people in organisations.
With 14 full-time academic staff this is a multidisciplinary group of social scientists dedicated to research and teaching in the interconnected areas of work, organisations, and management in the twenty-first century.
We have a wide array of expertise in human resource management (HRM), information systems, knowledge management (KM), organisation theory, social psychology and sociology. Our thematic interests include the form and structure of organisations and organising in the twenty-first century; globalisation and the cultural and political economy of contemporary work; HRM and employment relations; and, the social, economic, ethical and political factors shaping the processes through which technologies are constructed and used for managerial and organisational purposes.
The distinctive philosophy and ethos towards the study of management and organisations has earned the Department international recognition and reputation.
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Information technology is no longer a solely or primarily a technical issue. Not enough consultants, systems developers or managers understand the critical interplay between technology, organisations and change. Read more
Five leading global business schools. 18 months. Five 10-day modules. The IMPM programme breaks the mould to create leaders who can develop people and shape business in a complex and changing global context. Read more
Organisations increasingly seek graduates with a deeper understanding of the social, political and moral dimensions of management, so that they can protect the wider interests of society. Read more