My teaching provides students the skills to manage and navigate the challenges facing organizations today. I draw on real-world examples, relying heavily on cases, exercises, and simulations to help students see how concepts come to life in organizations.
ULMS151: Organisations and Management
Provides an introduction to theories of organisational behaviour and management for first-year business undergraduates. Covers theories of individual differences, motivation, teamwork, leadership, power and influence, and organisational culture and change, among others.
Autumn 2021 - present
Avg. student evaluation: 4.3/5
ULMS881: Work Design and Organisational Development
Provides insight into the major theories and concepts relating to work design, motivation, organisation design, and organisational development. Also aims to enable students to recognise and anticipate risks when planning and managing change in organisations and understand key principles of human error and workplace safety.
Spring 2022 - present
Avg. student evaluation: 4.4/5
ULMS115: The New Professional
A skills-based course focused on academic and professional skills for first-year undergraduates. Connected to the role of academic advisor
Autumn 2021- present
MGMT1021: Organizational Behavior (Boston College)
Introductory organizational behavior class as part of the core requirements for business majors. Covered theories of individual differences, motivation, teamwork, leadership, power and influence, and organisational culture and change, among others.
Avg. student evaluation: 4.2/5