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Dermot Breslin, Sheffield University Management School, Lecturing at the PhD in Management

May, 9th-10th, 2018













A Faculty Member of the PhD in Management at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Dermot Breslin is a Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and joined Sheffield University Management School in 2008. As a chartered engineer, Dermot has over 14 years commercial experience in the steel, aluminium and paper industries, and has worked across the globe in a variety of roles including engineering design, operations and sales management. Between 1996 and 2004, he worked for the Sheffield-based engineering company Siemens VAI UK, and his involvement in a number of key sales activities contributed to the company being awarded the Chamber of Commerce Export Excellence Award in 2003.

Dermot has a B.Eng. degree in mechanical engineering (University College Dublin, Ireland), an MBA with distinction (Warwick University, UK), and a PhD in Organisational Behaviour (Lincoln University, UK). Dermot is also an adjunct professor at Saarlandes University, Germany, and visiting professor at Tor Vergata University Rome, Italy. He has acted as guest editor for the International Journal of Organizational Analysis, Journal of Management & Governance, Associate Editor with the International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR), and Co-Editor-in-Chief with IJMR from Jan 2017. Dermot is also on the editorial boards for the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, and the Journal of Management Studies, and is currently a member of the BAM Council. He has also co-organized a number of international conference tracks and research workshops. Dermot’s research interests are in small business growth, organizational routines and changing behaviour in organizations.

During the visiting week, Dermot will teach the following classes in the PhD Programme: 

May, 9th, 2018 (2pm-5pm, Sala del Consiglio, Research Building): A Co-evolutionary model of community change: the Premonition Project in the South Yorkshire Region (Business, Management and Accounting track);

May, 10th, 2018 (10am-1pm, T1 Room, Teaching Building): Meet the Editors Session - International Journal of Management Reviews (intertrack Research Methodology Course).


Furthermore, additional information about Dermot's activities can be found at the following links: