Alex is Lecturer in Strategy at The Open University Business School. As an academic he has extensive experience of creating, managing and delivering postgraduate modules and awards. As a consultant he has worked at executive and departmental levels leading and facilitating organisations to achieve sustainable competitive advantage. He has provided consultancy and delivered educational programmes in the UK, Ireland, Hungary, Egypt and Thailand focusing on helping senior executives, managers and administrators understand and improve their managerial effectiveness. He has contributed to Oxford University's Templeton College's Executive Education programme.
My research interests lie in the areas of; strategizing or strategy-as-practice, dynamic routines, scenario planning, narrative, sensemaking, trust, actor-network theory, and research methodologies.
The majority of my teaching experience has been at postgraduate level: Module leader for postgraduate module 'Research in Management Studies' Module team member for postgraduate module 'Strategy' Supervised over 50 MBA/MAIB/MAM UK and overseas students to successful completion of their final year 30 and 60 credit dissertations.
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