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Academy of Management Learning & Education's Prof. Hibbert on Engaged Scholarship

Prof. Paul Hibbert is a Faculty Dean and Professor of Management at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, where he has also served as a Head of School and as interim Vice-Principal for Education. He is also an Honorary Professor at the University of Auckland Business School, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute. Paul’s research is principally focussed on collaborative and relational processes of organizing and learning and has been recognized by awards from the Academy of Management, the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management, and the British Academy of Management. In 2017 he was awarded the British Academy of Management’s Medal for Knowledge Development. His work is published in international journals including Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Management Education, Journal of Management Studies, Leadership Quarterly, Management Learning, Organizational Research Methods, and Organization Studies.

Paul is widely involved in leadership and service to journals and learned societies. His editorial roles include: Editor-in-Chief, Academy of Management Learning & Education; former Associate Editor and current editorial board member of both the Journal of Management Education and Management Learning; and editorial board member of Organizational Research Methods. He is the former Chair of the Academy of Management’s Management Education and Development Division

In this conversation Prof. Hibbert discusses his experiences as editor, educator, senior manager and researcher. Paul shares a model for doing engaged scholarship with three different levels of engagement and reflexivity. This three stage model can be useful for academics who wish to start their journey of engagement but are not sure how; but also for those who are more experienced and want to identify new ways of stretching and amplifying their engagement.

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