Dr David SimmDirector of International Partnerships
Course director for Learning to Manage (MNGT501), Organisational Diagnosis and Consulting, MSc in Management Dissertation supervision (MNGT510)
Course director for Business and Management (I): An Introduction to Theory and Practice (MNGT120), Airline Simulation (MNGT302)BBA in Management Dissertation Supervision (MNGT350)
Previous teaching has included:
An Introduction to Management (MNGT110)Management and Consulting: Practice and Critique (MNGT200)Strategic Management and Intangible Assets (MNGT220)Strategic Management (MNGT301)Research Methods (MNGT509)
Director of the BBA in Management
Review and respond: using action learning to cope with the economic crisis
Shaffakat, S., Burgoyne, J., Simm, D. 2014
Facts, rumors & perceptions: the impact of the media on psychological contracts in organisations during economic crisis
Shaffakat, S., Burgoyne, J., Simm, D. 04/2013 In: The International Journal of Management. 1, 2, 31 p.
Control the media control the mind: how media affects the psychological contracts during recession
Shaffakat, S., Burgoyne, J., Simm, D. 2012
Re-theorizing external learning: insights from economic and industrial espionage
Ferdinand, J., Simm, D. 2007 In: Management Learning. 38, 3, p. 1-21. 21 p.
Less is sometimes more: promising practices reconsidered
Ferdinand, J., Simm, D. 2006 Lancaster University : The Department of Management Learning and Leadership
Economic and industrial espionage: a different perspective on inter-organizational learning
Simm, D., Ferdinand, J. 2006 Lancaster University : The Department of Management Learning and Leadership
Constructing contributions to organizational learning: Argyris and the next generation
Antonacopoulou, E., Lyles, M., Simm, D., Easterby-Smith, M.P.V. 2004 In: Management Learning. 35, 4, p. 371-380. 10 p.
David Simm supervises 1 research student in total. Those who have a profile on the University website are listed below: