A leading strategist, management author and facilitator of strategic change, Doug is a Professorial Fellow Visiting Professor at UNSW Business School, and Visiting Professor at Cass Business School, London.
As a former executive he brings a refreshing blend of practical experience linked to internationally-oriented, leading edge research. He will provoke you to consider how you are leading your organisation, business unit and people - addressing the challenges, and capturing the opportunities of the 21st century environment.
Doug publishes internationally in the area of strategic change, with his research focusing on the leadership of change; the effects of international/global growth on patterns of corporate change, and the implications of e-technology introduction for effective change processes.
He has co-authored best-selling management books, Under New Management: Australian Organisations in Transition and Beyond the Boundaries: Leading and Re-creating the Successful Enterprise with Professor Dexter Dunphy. He is also the author of Reaching Out from Down Under: Building Competence for Global Markets, covering the strategies of enterprises reaching out to seek global growth.
He holds Bachelor of Arts, Master of Letters and Master of Educational Administration degrees from the University of New England, and a PhD from the AGSM @ UNSW Business School. He is on the Editorial Board of Strategic Change, a leading international journal on the management of change.
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