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New Head of Faculty of Management

Professor Cliff Oswick has been appointed the Head of the Faculty of Management and Deputy Dean for Undergraduate Programmes at Cass.

Professor Cliff Oswick has been appointed the Head of the Faculty of Management and Deputy Dean for Undergraduate Programmes at Cass.

Professor Oswick, who was previously Dean for the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London, began his new position at Cass in January.

He now leads Cass's management faculty, which provides teaching and research expertise in areas such as corporate governance, strategy, marketing, human resource management and organisational behaviour.

Professor Steve Haberman, Deputy Dean of Cass Business School, said: "With his considerable leadership experience and impressive academic pedigree, Cliff is the ideal choice for this important role at Cass."

Commenting on his appointment, Professor Oswick said: "I am delighted to be joining Cass at a time when the School continues to rise in the rankings. I look forward to working with the staff and students to build on its solid academic record and enviable international reputation."

Prior to his role at University of London, Professor Oswick held senior positions at the University of Leicester, Kings College University of London and Westminster University.

His research interests focus on management, organisations, organising processes and organisational change. He has also published more than 120 academic articles, including recent contributions to Academy of Management Review, Human Relations, British Journal of Management and Organisation Studies.

He is currently European Editor of Journal of Organisational Change Management, Associate Editor of Journal of Change Management and co-director of the International Centre for Research on Organisational Discourse, Strategy and Change.

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