Ross recently moved the University of Suffolk to become the new MBA Programme Leader. His previous role at Anglia Ruskin University as Researcher Development Programme Manager enabled him to engage with over 800+ doctoral candidates where he successfully developed, enhanced and facilitated on many cross-faculty researcher development sessions. Whilst also organising the student and supervisors conference with a total of 500+ attendees participating at these events. Finally he has conducted analysis and benchmarking of comparator universities regarding their RDP and identified cross-institutional examples of good practice, having also established a mechanism to monitor adherence of regulations from our PGR supervisors and is currently the regional representative (East England) for Vitae.
My PhD thesis was entitled: The Changing Nature of Work in the UK since Hassard et al (2009): 3 perspectives of employees’ perceptions of the changing nature of work in 2014? A Study of 3 Companies. My research interests include employee perceptions, the real lived experience, template analysis and the global financial crisis.