School of Management & Governance - BA, Akld | MPhil (Hons), Akld | PhD, QLD
Gavin Schwarz is a Professor and Head of School at the School of Management and Governance in the UNSW Business School. Gavin is Director of the Health@Business Research Network. His research and work interests include organizational change and organizational inertia, with a particular interest in better understanding how organizations fail when changing, and developing applied strategies for dealing with failure to change.
He is also interested in exploring how knowledge develops in organizational and change theory, and has published in numerous journals including Academy of Management Learning and Education, Organization Science, Journal of Management, Group and Organization Management, British Journal of Management, and Administrative Science Quarterly. He is a member of the Academy of Management’s Organization Development and Change division’s executive board and serves as Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science (JABS) . He is also an editorial board member of the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior.
From This Author
How organisations can fulfill their quest for cleaner business models
Organisations can adopt cleaner business models through utilising green dynamic capabilities, decarbonisation and regenerative systems, write Sandor G. Lukacs de Pereny and Gavin Schwarz
How can leaders get employees to change? Adopt a net-promoter mindset
There are three important keys for leaders in overcoming change management barriers with employees, write UNSW Business School's Bradley Hastings and Gavin Schwarz
How better leadership in hospitals can improve patient outcomes
New research has found an improved approach to leadership coordination and communication in hospitals can improve patient outcomes
HR strengths: three keys to effective employee crisis communication
As crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic emerge and evolve, leaders should utilise these Human Resource (HR) strengths to communicate critical information to employees
How e-voting leads to even more board control
New research explores the limits of shareholder participation
When is excess control of a business group too much?
A new study provides a more nuanced view of the pros and cons