Management and Organisations
Examining strategies for leading and developing organisational resources
Studying a Management and Organisations course at the internationally accredited UWA Business School positions you at the forefront of the business world. Leading academics and researchers from a comprehensive range of specialties, regularly examine changes in business practices and developing trends to revise course structure and teaching practices. Students graduate with an edge in the job market through the department’s excellence in teaching, hands-on learning environment and connections to global corporate partners.
UWA is ranked in the world’s top 100 for Business and Management in the 2018 QS World University Rankings, and the Management and Organisations department prides itself on the advancement of knowledge and innovative practices on the management of complex organisations in society.
With a comprehensive variety of teaching programs, staff prepare current and future business leaders to develop the skills and understanding necessary to lead on and effectively deal with the challenges of managing in a dynamic and turbulent business environment.
Through its extensive links to the corporate world, the UWA Business School provides students with the opportunity to gain valuable insights into how effective leaders and managers operate in leading organisations. Our graduates enter a variety of roles and industries, including senior management and leadership positions in key organisations around the world.
Research project highlights
The Management and Organisations Department focuses its research on areas including organisational behaviour, human resource management, business information management, employment relations, general and strategic management, transport and logistics.
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Management and Organisations courses
Researchers and teachers
Researchers and teachers within the Management and Organisations department provide leading research findings and education through our UWA Business School undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Associate Professor Andrew R Timming
Associate Professor Andrew R Timming is an organisational psychologist and researcher at the UWA Business School exploring how to improve people’s working lives.Read more
Dr Donella Caspersz
Dr Donella Caspersz is a published researcher, teacher and supervisor at the UWA Business School, specialising in employment relations and family business management.Read more