Biography

Ivan is a Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Norwich Business School.

His research interests span a range of areas in occupational psychology, including change and transformation, work-life balance, trust, psychological contracts and workplace relationships.  He also has research interests in teaching and learning, particularly student engagement and assessment.

Ivan has taught in higher education since 2008, and thoroughly enjoys working with students.  He teaches on a range of modules across the undergraduate and postgraduate portfolio at NBS, and is also involved with wider doctoral research supervision. 

Since working in higher education, Ivan has won several awards for research and teaching excellence.  He is currently leading a project on work-life balance in academia, and completing a project about epistemic learning for combined honours undergraduate students.  

All Publications

Mitchell, I., James, P.

(2017)

Outsourcing transitions and the employment relationship implications,

in Human Resource Management Journal

27

(4)

pp. 614–629

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