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Hala Mansour

Associate Professor , Dr

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20092018
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Associate Professor, Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour 

PhD Programme Leader 

Deputy Leader, Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) Programme

 

Biography

Hala Mansour is Associate Professor in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour; PhD Programme Leader and Deputy Leader Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) Programme at Faculty of Business and Law, the University of Northampton. 

Hala's research focuses on Organisational Effectiveness, Organisational Culture, Organisational Change, Human Resource Management, Managerialism and New Public Management. http://www.northampton.ac.uk/directories/people/hala-mansour. Hala received PhD in Management, 2012 from Keele University and MA in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 2013 from Keele University, UK. She also awarded BA Hons Business Administration, MSc in HRM/OB, PGCHE and PGCE (Teaching &Technology) https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-hala-mansour-phd-msc-ma-ba-hon-pgc-fhea-1248044b?trk=hp-identity-name

From 1995, Dr Mansour has held, also, research and teaching commitments at Cairo University and then Keele University. 

Research Interests

Business Studies, Organisational Effectiveness, Organisational Culture, Organisational Change, Leadership, HE, Organisational Identity, Visual Research Methods, Managerialism, New Public Management, Assessment and Feedback in Higher Education, Action Research, Qualitative Research Methods 

Supervision

- ‘Managing organisational culture in merged General Further Education Colleges in England: A Case Study’, Ali Hadawi, University of Northampton. Lead supervisor. DBA
- ‘An Action Research Case Study: Building an Internal HR Professional Program to Develop HR Practitioner’s Competencies That Contribute to its Business Growth and HR Effectiveness’, Yong Koon Soo, University of Northampton. Director of Studies and Lead supervisor. DBA
- ‘The Entrepreneurial Role of HR in Supporting Sustainability-Oriented Innovations in Food Supply Chain Management’, Christine Hattar, University of Northampton. Director of Studies. PhD
- ‘Exploring the Effect of the Emiratisation Initiative on the motivation of Employees of UAE Nationality: A Case Study of ADNOC Logistics & Services’, Mubarak Al Harthi, University of Northampton. Director of Studies and first supervisor. DBA
- ‘Emotion and Knowledge Transfer in International Acquisitions’, Taher Sahibi, University of Northampton. Second supervisor. PhD

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Keele University

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Research Output 2009 2018

Leading change together: managing cultural change across the higher education workforce

Devecchi, M. C., Mansour, H. F., Allen, N. & Potter, J., 1 Jun 2018, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education. 32 p.

Research output: Book/Report typesCommissioned reportResearchpeer-review

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cultural change
leadership
education
Teaching
development project
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action research
research project
management
student
tutor
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Exploring the role of HR practitioners in pursuit of organizational effectiveness in higher education institutions

Mansour, H. F., Heath, G. & Brannan, M. J., 11 Jun 2015, In : Journal of Change Management. 15, 3

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

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Organizational effectiveness
Higher education institutions
Rationality
Stakeholders
Stakeholder satisfaction

Human Resource practitioners as change agents: Neoliberalism and the shift in power in the UK Higher Education

Mansour, H., 8 Jul 2015.

Research output: Contribution to conference typesPaperResearchpeer-review

neoliberalism
human resources
education
tuition fee
public investment

Organisational Culture and Human Resource Management Reform: Evidence from the UK Higher Educational Institutions’

Mansour, H., 2011, Dilemmas for Human Services, selected papers from the Dilemmas 15th International Research Conference. Chandler, J., Barry, J. & Berg, E. (eds.). University of East London

Research output: Contribution to Book/Report typesChapterResearchpeer-review

Activities 2017 2018

  • 4 Oral presentation

Leading change together: managing cultural change across the highereducation workforce

Cristina Devecchi (Speaker), Hala Fawzy Mansour (Speaker), Jackie Potter (Speaker), Nick Allen (Speaker)
10 Sep 201811 Sep 2018

Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsOral presentationResearch

Is it the time for radical change in UK Higher Education? Stakeholders' emotional response to change

Cristina Devecchi (Speaker), Hala Mansour (Speaker), Jackie Potter (Speaker), Nick Allen (Speaker)
22 Jun 2017

Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsOral presentationResearch

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Of changes and leaderships: the complex landscape of a Higher Education sector in transformation

Cristina Devecchi (Speaker), Hala Mansour (Speaker), Nick Allen (Speaker), Jackie Potter (Speaker)
Sep 2017

Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsOral presentationResearch

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All Aboard! Leading Change Together in UK Universities

Cristina Devecchi (Speaker), Hala Mansour (Speaker), Jackie Potter (Speaker), Nick Allen (Speaker)
25 Aug 201727 Aug 2017

Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsOral presentationResearch

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