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Shelley joined the University in 2016 and is a lecturer in Organisation Studies within the Department of People, Management and Organisations.
Prior to joining the University Shelley completed an ESRC funded PhD at Leeds University Business School where she investigated personality as a micro-foundation of dynamic capabilities within finance and high technology industries. During her PhD Shelley presented a number of conference posters including one for the White Rose DTC and she was actively involved in a number of Institute of Directors events, working with a number of CEOs and their Top Management Team’s from finance and high technology industries in the UK.
Whilst at Leeds University Business School Shelley taught on an undergraduate organisational behavior module covering a range of subject areas including management, leadership and motivation.
Shelley is also a member of the British Academy of Management and The World Association for Personality Psychology.
Shelley has undertaken research exploring the microfoundations of dynamic capabilities. In particular, she has focused upon understanding how an individuals personality can influence the way in which dynamic capabilities are enacted at senior leadership and middle management levels. Shelley is currently focused upon writing a paper introducing the link between personality and dynamic capabilities for the first time.
Shelley’s research places emphasis on the importance of approaching macro-level phenomenon from an individual, micro level perspective. She does this through the adoption of primarily quantitative research approaches.
Harrington, S (2016) ‘Job cuts save money but can hurt business in the long-run’ The Conversation . ISSN 2044-5032
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Shelley would be interested in supervising students undertaking qualitative or quantitative research, particularly in the following areas:
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