The twelve taught modules are assessed through a mixture of examinations and coursework. The taught element of the programme is complemented by a substantial piece of research leading to the completion of a dissertation.
Students will acquire skills in the following areas: giving presentations; team working; report writing; negotiation and IT skills.
Dr Stephen Woods
BSc, MSc, PhD
Steve joined the Work and Organisational Psychology Group in 2007 as Lecturer and Course Director for MSc Courses in Work/Organisational Psychology and Business, and MSc Organisational Behaviour. Prior to joining the group, Steve was a Lecturer in Occupational Psychology at the Institute of Work, Health and Organisations at the University of Nottingham. He is Visiting Lecturer in Occupational Psychology at the University of Nottingham (Malaysia Campus) and at City University. Steve is well known in the UK and internationally for his work on personality trait assessment and structure, publishing his work in peer-reviewed journals, books, and at conferences. Since 2001, Steve has also worked as an assessment consultant with private and public centre clients on selection and development projects, most recently in South East Asia.
Dr Yves Guillaume Dr Michael Butler
Diploma, MA, PhD
Research interests include: Work Group Diversity, Effectiveness and Learning; Multi-level Modelling; Organisational Culture Effectiveness.
Certificate Field Archaeology, BA, PhD
Michael has also worked as a management consultant across the private and public sectors. Michael's teaching reflects his research interests in change management/strategy, decision-making (behavioural), discourse analysis, government and society and organisation behaviour/theory. In particular, he is currently researching two streams of activity: downsizing in the motor industry and the neurosciences of leadership and decision-making. A connecting theme is surfacing underlying organisational processes in order to more effectively manage organisations.
Professor Robin Martin
Research interests include: Social influence processes, especially from numerical majorities and minorities; Persuasion and attitude change; Workplace leadership; Motivation; Teamworking and Innovation.