EVENTS AND INFORMATION SESSIONS
Join us for our information evenings held on the first Monday of every month. Partners are welcome.
MEET OUR GRADUATES
Inspirational individuals who have already chosen the MBA as part of their career trajectory talk about their experiences.
Meet our staff
Our staff are a mix of academics and high achieving professionals who bring wealth of knowledge to our programmes.
Dr Rick Starr
Rick Starr has extensive management experience including Procter and Gamble and Johnson Wax. This experience, combined with his consulting and research, gives him a strong applied teaching focus. His main teaching areas include consumer behaviour, applied marketing research, and marketing management and strategy. His research interests include marketing and public policy.
Dr Kiri Dell
Director of PGDipBus in Māori Development
Te Whakapakari Huanga Māori: Māori Entrepreneurship and Business Development
Kiri Dell has a passion for Māori land issues. Her work crosses entrepreneurship, science and innovation, branding and marketing in global markets. Kiri holds a number of leadership roles at the University and throughout indigenous business networks. Kiri is director of The Nuka Institute, which works with R&D, universities and industry to discover new and innovative products that extract value from native New Zealand bio resources for Māori land owners.
Dr Benjamin Fath
Benjamin Fath has a Master of Commerce from the Justus-Liebig University, Giessen (Germany) and a PhD in Management from the University of Auckland Business School. He has been centrally involved research on Business Engagement with Asia and Growing New Zealand Businesses. His research interests include innovation, entrepreneurship and SME growth.
Dr Antje Fiedler
Research interests include business engagement with Asia, innovation and entrepreneurship, and diversity of capitalism. Received her Master of Commerce (Diplom-Kauffrau) from the Justus-Liebig University Giessen and PhD in Management from the University of Auckland Business School.
Professor Ilan Oshri
Ilan’s research interests include outsourcing and offshoring of IT and services, strategic information systems, innovation, disruptive technologies and qualitative research. His work on global sourcing of services has been featured on BBC Radio 4, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Business Week and CIO magazine.
|Jolyon Allen||PGDipBus: Management|
|Bill Ross||PGDipBus: Accounting|
|Dr Timofey Shalpegin||PGDipBus: Supply Chain Management|
|Dr Marco Eugster||MBA: Financial Return, Risk and Valuation PGDipBus: Finance|
|Belinda Zohrab-McConnell||MBA: Navigating the Business Environment
PGDipBus: Managers and the Law
|Dr Udayangi Muthupoltotage||PGDipBus: Quantitative Analysis|
|Dr Carlos Diaz Ruiz||PGDipBus: Marketing|
|Professor Robert MacCulloch||MBA: Navigating the Business Environment
|Dr Sandra Smith||PGDipBus in Māori Development: Marketing|
|Hui Zhou||MBA: Financial Management and Control|
|Professor Jilnaught Wong||MBA: Financial Management and Control|
|Dr Joanne Mutter||MBA: Managing Talent in the 21st Century|
|Fernando Oliveira||MBA: Managing Capacity and Inventory
PGDipBus: Supply Chain Management
|Dr Subhamoy Ganguly||MBA: Designing, Managing and Improving Business Processes|
|Professor David Robb||MBA: Managing Capacity and Inventory|
|Professor Kaj Storbacka||MBA: Contemporary Topics; Market Making and Market Shaping|
|Chris Johnson||MBA: Coaching for Change|
|Professor Susan Geertshuis||MBA Research Project|
|Dr Grigorij Ljubownikow||MBA: Approaches to Growth|
|Dr Charlotta Windahl||MBA: Innovating New Product and Services|
|Professor Rudolf Sinkovics||MBA: Globalising Mindsets|
|Professor Elizabeth George||MBA: Managing and Leading Change|
|Chris Nicol||PGDipBus in Māori Development: Legal Studies|
|Yen Shih||PGDipBus: Accounting|
|Associate Professor Brigid Carroll||MBA: Leadership and Ethics|
|Graeme Treasure||PGDipBus in Māori Development: Accounting|
|Jon MacKay||MBA: Making Evidence-Based Decisions Under Uncertainty|
|Dr Bridgette Sullivan-Taylor||MBA: Organisational Resilience|
|Professor Sholeh Maani||MBA: Demographic Shifts|
|Dr Sisikula Sisifa||PGDipBus in Māori Development: Governance and Management|