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Research at St Andrews

Paul Charles Hibbert


Paul Charles Hibbert
Postal address:
School of Management
Gateway Building
North Haugh
St Andrews
United Kingdom


Research overview


My research is principally concerned with collaborative and relational processes of organizing and learning. I also have related interests in how these processes apply to the conduct of research (in particular the role of reflexivity in such processes) and the practice of management education. 

Awards and recognition

My research programme has been recognized with six best paper awards and the British Academy of Management's Medal for Knowledge Development. My work features in leading international journals, and I have also delivered invited research presentations at numerous locations including the University of Glasgow, the Free University of Berlin, The University of New Mexico, the University of Auckland, Queensland University of Technology, the University of Queensland, Nottingham Trent University, Durham University and Lancaster University.

Editorial and Learned Society Leadership Roles

I am Editor-in-Chief of Academy of Management Learning and Education, a former Associate Editor of Management Learning (and a current board member) and the Journal of Management Education. I am also an editorial board member of Organizational Research MethodsI was a co-guest-editor of a special edition (2015) of the Journal of Management Education on “Threshold Concepts” and a special edition (2018) on “Management Education in Turbulent Times”.

In 2014 I was elected to the executive committee of the Academy of Management’s Management Education and Development (MED) Division (which has approximately 2000 members), and in 2015 elected to a leadership role for the Division. In 2016 that role involved leading the professional development workshop agenda in order to develop a two-day programme. In 2017, I organized the scholarly conference programme for the division (19 multi-paper panels and 10 interdisciplinary symposia). From 2018-2019, I was the Division Chair.

I am also a former British Academy of Management Council member, with a particular focus on the Management Knowledge and Education portfolio - to which I still contribute. In addition (as travel arrangements permit) I have been an active member of the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management, where my work was recognized with a best paper award and funding for pedagogic research.

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