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Dr Stephanie Morgan

Associate Dean, Education, Faculty of Business and Law, Kingston University.

Overview

Stephanie is Associate Dean, Education for the Faculty of Business & Law. She is responsible for faculty quality assurance and enhancement, learning, teaching and assessment strategy, and accreditations. She has previously worked as deputy head for the department of Leadership, HRM & Organisation, course director for the MSc Business/Occupational Psychology and course director for the MSc Leadership and Management in Health. 

Stephanie has a background in IT management, with more than 20 years experience in industry. During this time she was a Fellow of the Institute of Sales and Marketing Management. She began her career as a systems analyst and a systems engineer, but switched to psychology, and after gaining her BSc took a Masters and PhD at Birkbeck, University of London, where she later lectured before moving to Kingston.

A chartered psychologist, and full member of the British Psychological Society, she is on the register of competency for Level A (ability) and Level B (personality) tests, including the NEO, HPI and Wave assessment tools. She is also a principal member of the Association of Business Psychologists. She has been a non-executive Director of Surrey & Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, and at Crawley Primary Care Trust.

Stephanie is certified to test in occupational assessments (level A and B) and is a committee member of the British Standards Institute group working on the new ISO standard for outsourcing. Since moving from Industry to academic work she has published a number of papers in both academic and practitioner journals and acts as a referee for business journals. She has also published a book on the psychological and people management aspects of outsourcing.

Best practice in outsourcing management, remote management of staff, technology change and leadership development in the NHS, outsourcing, technology change, work engagement, happiness and motivation at work, personality, leadership & management and diversity at work are all areas Stephanie can comment on.  

 

Qualifications

Year gained Subject
2003 PhD Occupational Psychology, Birkbeck, University of London.
1999 MSc Organisational Behaviour, Birkbeck, University of London.
1996 BSc (1st Class Hons) Psychology, Open University.

Career Highlights

Year Position held
2013 - Associate Dean, Education, Faculty of Business and Law, Kingston University.
2008 - Principal lecturer, Department Leadership, HRM & Organisation, Kingston Business School, Kingston University.
2003 - 2008 Lecturer, Department of Organisational Psychology, Birkbeck, University of London.
1999 - 2002 Teaching Fellow, Department of Organisational Psychology, Birkbeck.
1997 - 1999 Associate Lecturer, Social Psychology, Open University.
1991 - 1999 Independent IT consultant.
1990 - 1991 Global commerical manager Origin Brussels (now Atos Origin).

Research

Morgan, Stephanie (2008) Book Review of: Consumer culture, identity and well-being: the search for the 'good life' and the 'body perfect' by Helga Dittmar. The Psychologist, 21(7), p. 604. ISSN (print) 0952-8229

Morgan, Stephanie (2008) The psychological impact of outsourcing transfers. The outsourcing project: achieving competitive advantage through collaborative partnerships, 5(1),

Morgan, Stephanie J. and Symon, Gillian (2006) The experience of outsourcing transfer: implications for guidance and counselling. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 34(2), pp. 191-207. ISSN (print) 0306-9885

Morgan, Stephanie (2005) Careering ahead. The Psychologist, 18(3), p. 163. ISSN (print) 0952-8229

Morgan, Stephanie and Symon, Gillian (2002) Computer-mediated communication and remote management: integration or isolation? Social Science Computer Review, 20(3), pp. 302-311. ISSN (print) 0894-4393

Book

Morgan, Stephanie, ed. (2009) The human side of outsourcing: psychological theory and management practice. Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell. 320p. ISBN 9780470718704

Book Section

Morgan, Stephanie J. (2009) Conclusion: towards a model of responses to outsourcing. In: Morgan, Stephanie J., (ed.) The human side of outsourcing: psychological theory and management practice. Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 263-278. ISBN 9780470718704

Morgan, Stephanie J. (2009) Introduction to theory and evidence. In: Morgan, Stephanie J., (ed.) The human side of outsourcing: psychological theory and management practice. Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 73-94. ISBN 9780470718704

Blakeley, Richard and Morgan, Stephanie J. (2009) Knowledge transfer and knowledge sharing. In: Morgan, Stephanie J., (ed.) The human side of outsourcing: psychological theory and management practice. Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 181-189. ISBN 9780470718704

Morgan, Stephanie J. (2009) Transitioning and the psychological contract. In: Morgan, Stephanie J., (ed.) The human side of outsourcing: psychological theory and management practice. Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 249-261. ISBN 9780470718704

Morgan, Stephanie (2008) Interviews - electronic. In: Thorpe, Richard and Holt, Robin, (eds.) The Sage dictionary of qualitative management research. London : SAGE Publications Ltd. pp. 120-122. ISBN 9781412935289

Stuttaford, Sean S. and Morgan, Stephanie (2007) Employee engagement in IT outsourcing: a South African case study. In: Taplin, Ruth, (ed.) Outsourcing and human resource management: an international survey. Abingdon, Oxon., UK : Routledge. pp. 217-236. (Routledge studies in the growth economies of Asia series) ISBN 0415428912

Morgan, Stephanie (2007) Human resource management and employee engagement. In: Taplin, Ruth, (ed.) Outsourcing and human resource management: an international survey. Abingdon, Oxon., UK : Routledge. pp. 26-56. (Routledge studies in the growth economies of Asia series) ISBN 0415428912

Morgan, Royston and Morgan, Stephanie (2007) The outsourcing lifecycle. In: Taplin, Ruth, (ed.) Outsourcing and human resource management: an international survey. Abingdon, Oxon., UK : Routledge. pp. 57-81. (Routledge studies in the growth economies of Asia series) ISBN 0415428912

Morgan, Stephanie J. and Symon, Gillian (2004) Electronic interviews in organizational research. In: Cassell, Catherine and Symon, Gillian, (eds.) Essential guide to qualitative methods in organizational research. London, UK : SAGE. pp. 23-33. ISBN 0761948872

Media Highlights

Stephanie has done some radio interviews, both live and recorded, and been interviewed by a number of national nhewspapers, including the Guardian, Daily Mail and Daily Mirror.

 

 

 

 

Professional Body Membership

 

Stephanie is a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society, and a member of the Occupational Division, and the Qualitative Research, Psychology of Education, Coaching, and Social Psychology sections. Full member of the Association of Business Psychologists. She is an Honorary member of the National Outsourcing Association, and a British Standards Institute committee member.

 

Key Industry Roles

May 2000 - December 2008 - Director and Consultant, Crosslight Management Ltd.

1991 - 2000 - Independent IT consultant.

1990 - 1991 - Global Commercial Manager, Origin Brussels (now Atos Origin).

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