Professor Peter Case

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  • Qualifications:PhD; MA; BSc (hons); FHEA; FLT
  • Position:Professor of Organization Studies
  • Department:FBL - Law
  • Telephone:+4411732 81709
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About me

My research encompasses organization development, international development, rural development, global health, leadership studies and organization theory. For the past six years I have acted as a programme management consultant for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI) at the University of California, San Francisco, advising on projects in Africa and the Greater Mekong Sub-region. I am currently leading a sub-national capacity building and malaria healthcare service delivery improvement project for the MEI in southern Africa. In addition, I have extensive experience of leading rural development projects in Lao People's Democratic Republic funded by the Australian Centre for Agricultural Research. My research is geared toward 'making a difference' to the well being of others and achieving impact beyond academia. 
I have extensive experience of running and teaching on leadership and executive development programmes internationally, including acting as a tutor for the London Business School EMBA core module ‘Business Ethics and Corporate Responsibility’.​

Area of expertise

I have acted as an academic and personal coach to a number of senior executives in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. My organizational and leadership development consultancy experience includes working with the UK NHS and a variety of other public and private sector organizations.
I am currently a member of the editorial boards of:  Leadership, the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Development, Leadership & the Humanities,  Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion, and Social Business. I was co-Editor in Chief of Culture & Organization (Routledge) 2007-10.
I am a fellow of the Leadership Trust and fellow of the Higher Education Academy.


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