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Jason is a Director of Teaching and Learning in the School of Management. He is also a member of Massey University's Healthy Work Group and consults, lectures and researches within the fields of strategic management, strategic HRM, and knowledge management. He has extensive European, Asian, Middle Eastern and North American consulting experience in the fields of Governmental Organizational Development, Islamic Finance, Agri-business, Oil & Gas, Asset Management and Diversified Conglomerates. Jason has managed large consulting projects for a wide array of organizations including American Express Middle East, Bahrain Oil & Gas Authority, Limoneira, and the Government of Pakistan.
Strategy-as-practice, strategic management, knowledge management and international market entry.
Jason currently has research supervision capacity for PhD and master's students who are interested in organisational sensemaking, organisational change, and strategic integration. In addition to this, Jason is also interested in research projects around the strategic elements of healthy work, higher education management, clusters and tourism, He is also very interested in any research projects that wish to use a strategy-as-practice lens. Jason notes starting out a post graduate research project comes with a lot of ambiguity, and sometimes the best way to clarify things is for potential post graduate students to call in for a coffee or tea and have a chat.
Resource Development and Management, Health and Well-being
Field of research codes
Business and Management (150300): Commerce, Management, Tourism And Services (150000): Human Resources Management (150305): Impacts of Tourism (150601): Organisation and Management Theory (150310): Tourism (150600): Tourism Management (150603): Tourist Behaviour and Visitor Experience (150606)
Jason is a Director of Teaching and Learning for the School of Management.