Dr David SimmDirector of International Partnerships, Senior Lecturer
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.
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
Less is sometimes more: promising practices reconsidered
Ferdinand, J., Simm, D. 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.