Our mission is to provide rigorous, relevant and innovative academic inputs that meet the needs of the School's stakeholders, particularly our students.
About the Faculty of Management
At all times we place great emphasis on making sure that our theories are well founded academically and closely related to real world practice. Our proximity to the City of London is a great advantage in this sense.
It helps us to analyse and understand the extent to which our work is applicable to the financial and professional services firms with which we have ongoing relationships.
We conduct research and education in all the main areas of management studies:
- Corporate Governance
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Corporate Social Responsibility and Leadership
- Human Resource Management
- Management in the Charity Sector
- Operations and Supply Chain Management
- Organisational Behaviour
- Technology and Innovation
Of course, many of the most interesting issues in business life cross these categories and our work takes this into account.
Through acting as a thought leader in all these areas, we play a significant role in maintaining Cass reputation as an intellectual hub for the City of London.
Strategy Research at Cass is undertaken by a high profile group of 12 faculty, 3 post-doctoral fellows and more than 20 PhDs. The established professors are: Charles Baden-Fuller (Subject Leader), Laure Cabantous, Stefan Haefliger, Paula Jarzabkowski, Gianvito Lanzolla (Head of Management Faculty), Davide Ravasi (Head of Full time Management PhD Programme); with outstanding strategy faculty: Paolo Aversa, Eugenia Cacciatori, Hans Frankort, Santi Furnari, Alessandro Giudici, Andres Herves-Drane, Dzidziso (Sam) Kamuriwo, Elena Novelli, and Simone Santoni, supported by 3 postdoctoral research fellows, and more than 15 full time and 5 executive PhDs mostly funded by Cass, and extensive international links with other leading strategy faculties.
This group has published collectively in all the leading journals including: Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, Organization Studies, Administrative Science Quarterly, Strategic Organisation, Journal of Management Studies, Research Policy, Long Range Planning. The group is active in the running of the leading professional associations of the Academy of Management and the Strategic Management Society.
The strategy group’s work is further underpinned by the long established research centres/hubs that look at the topics of business models, digital transformation, strategy-as-practice, supported by more than £4 millions of research grants won over recent years from RCUK, EPSRC, ESRC, British Academy, and EU.