McKenzie Lloyd-Smith is a PhD Fellow within the Management Faculty at Cass Business School. His doctoral research focuses on organisational resilience, reliability, uncertainty, temporary organising, paradox, coordination and routines. McKenzie lectures and tutors in both Undergraduate and Masters degree courses at Cass, and has developed materials for the Cass MBA programme. In addition, McKenzie acts as a representative for the PhD community and organises monthly research workshops for Cass PhD students.
Before joining Cass in 2017, McKenzie completed his bachelors degree in Management at Newcastle University, earning the Award for Best Graduating Student. During his degree he was awarded the Undergraduate Research Grant, by Newcastle University, allowing him to undertake research into developing new measures of student satisfaction.
Outside of academia McKenzie has spent a number of years working, both in the UK and the Netherlands, in a variety of professional roles, spanning industries from marketing to technology development and manufacturing.
- PhD, Cass Business School, City, University of London, United Kingdom, Sep 2017
- BA(Hons), Newcastle University, United Kingdom
- Visiting Lecturer, Cass Business School, City, University of London, Sep 2019 – present
- Teaching Assistant, City, University London, Sep 2018 – present
- Research Assistant, City, University London, Apr 2018 – present
- Organization Theory
- Qualitative Research Methods
- Change Management
- Knowledge & Learning
- Knowledge Management
- Organizational Behaviour
- Strategic Management