Helen Aston is a Senior Marketing Lecturer whose specialties include Marketing Communications and Retail and Services Marketing. Helen is module leader for a number of introductory modules at the University and is integral in providing academic support to a range of first year students.
George is a Visiting Lecturer with LSBU. He has over 25 years’ experience of facilitating and mentoring a range of experienced and inexperienced aspirant managers, developing their potential not only as students but as leaders and effective practising managers.
Dr. Dag Bennett is an associate professor in marketing, with interests in behavioural brand loyalty, market structure modelling, and marketing in emerging markets.
Dr Lakhdar Boukersi was awarded a PhD in International Marketing, and his research interests include the application of Marketing Management in LDC's, impact of international trade fairs on export development, trade fairs and exhibitions as a communication tool.
Mel helped to launch the first public email systems available in the UK and has also undertaken consultancy work with both large firms and small organisations covering all aspects of marketing.
An expert in long-term brand loyalty, Charles has 15+years' industry experience (marketing director and managing director levels) working on innovation, brand management, franchising and copywriting in luxury food, pharmaceuticals and retail. PhD supervisor.
Dr Uly Ma is a result-orientated professional with an extensive experience in operational and strategic process effectiveness. He has a strong record of delivering cost savings in both private and public sectors through integrating productivity with sustainability.
An expert in fundraising and philanthropy, Peter has 20 years' experience as a successful fundraising manager and fundraising director in a variety of charities including: the YMCA, Arthritis Care, Leonard Cheshire Disability, Brooke Hospital and Crisis UK.
Aidan McKearney is a Senior Lecturer within the School of Business at London South Bank University (LSBU). He is the Course Director for the MSc and Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management, as well as the Certificate in Human Resource Practice.
A social and organisational psychologist by background, Karin's expertise is in the areas of team work, information sharing and knowledge management, self and identity, and virtual collaboration. PhD supervisor.
Prof. Alex Murdock is an academic and researcher across public, charity and not for profit sectors and national boundaries. Successful Board and senior management experience in social service and social enterprise.
Chrissie specialises in employment law and employment relations and equality and discrimination, as well as public administration. In 2014 the teaching team of the XMPA were runners up in the Prospect National Awards in the category of Best Postgraduate Teaching in the discipline of Business and Social Science and received a Highly Commended award.
An expert in international human resource management, John has 20+years' industry experience within multinational companies including: Alcan Aluminium Company of Canada and Cincinnati Bell in Ohio, USA. PhD supervisor.
An expert in international human resources management, Rea's latest research focuses on the impact of economic crisis and transition on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) the South and South-Eastern European periphery. PhD supervisor.
Dr Jan Rae is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management. She is also Course Director for the part-time Postgraduate Diploma and Master’s programmes in Human Resource Management and Human Resource Development.
Colston Sanger is an Associate Academic within Management, Marketing and People in the School of Business.
Kate Saunders is a digital marketing specialist, running the final year Digital and Direct Marketing Strategy Module. She teaches on a variety of subjects from undergraduate to postgraduate level.
Soula Sitaras-Ghidotti is a Sessional Lecturer in marketing, strategy and organisational behaviour. She has conducted research into Transformational Leadership.
Paul teaches in the fields of health and social care, leadership, management and governance. He is Course Director for the MSc International Health Services and Hospital Management, and Module Leader for the modules "Management and Leadership", "Strategic Management", "Management in Action" and "Governance".
Dr May Tungtakanpoung is a lecturer in Human Resource Management within the School of Business at London South Bank University (LSBU). She specializes in cross-cultural management and intercultural competence.
Fiona Wheeler is the Course Director for the CIPD Foundation Certificate in Human Resource Practice and specialises in teaching Human Resource Management at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
27 February 2019CIPD courses at LSBU information evening
28 February 2019Development of indicators of absorptive capacity at micro and macro levels
28 February 2019Closet Worker - How LGBT+ rights have shaped the workplace
6 March 2019Casual Misogyny and Sexism - Banter or Oppression?
14 March 2019Dark social: The biggest missed opportunity in marketing
21 March 2019'Visualizing Consumer Culture: A Semiotic Understanding of Interpreted Brands
28 March 2019Responding to ageing demographics: A positive view from a public administration and public policy perspective.
LSBU supports Southwark’s Business excellence awards 2019
13 February 2019
LSBU leads south London alliance supporting Mayor's new construction skills academy
13 February 2019
Renowned physicist Brian Cox addresses African knowledge exchange conference at LSBU
21 December 2018
London South Bank University’s new Passmore Centre will drive Apprenticeship delivery in Southwark
28 November 2018
David Longbottom, former LSBU Pro-Chancellor, awarded honorary doctorate
1 November 2018
LSBU students provide solutions for the local business community
14 June 2018
Annual careers evening with the School of Business
12 March 2018
Digital communications with Andrew Mitchell from Brandmovers
9 March 2018
LSBU wins Accountancy College of the Year for second year running
21 February 2018