Michael Isichei
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    Particulars

    Michael Isichei is a Lecturer in Management at Queen's Management School. He holds a first class honours Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a PhD in Business. His research and teaching is broadly focused on Human Resource Management and International Human Resource Management.

    Office Hours: By appointment

    Office address: Room 01.010, Riddel Hall Block 3, 185 Stranmillis Road, Belfast BT9 5EE, UK

    Research Interests

    Michael’s research interests include the study of bicultural individuals (i.e. individuals that identify with two different national cultures), global mobility within multinational enterprises (MNEs), and global talent management within MNEs. Michael is particularly interested in exploring the implications of bicultural, and more broadly, multicultural, employees for multinational enterprises.

    Teaching

    Michael began lecturing at the age of 22 and has since attained teaching experience at all levels. Michael presently teaches the following modules:

     

    Programme: BSc International Business with a Language 

    Module: Cross Cultural Management (MGT2021)

    Semester: Semester 2

     

    Programmes: MSc Management, MSc International Business, MSc Marketing

    Module: Contemporary Issues in Management (MGT9203)

    Semester: Summer

    Achievements

    PhD in Business from Dublin City University (DCU).

    First Class Honours Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from the Institute of Technology Tallaght (Recipient of Department of Management Excellence Award for finishing first in class).

    Willingness to take PhD students

    Yes

    PhD projects

    I’m interested in supervising PhD students in the broad area of International Human Resource Management. Examples of specific topics that I’m interested in include, Global Staffing, Expatriation, Global Talent Management and Multicultural Individuals in Multinational Organisations.

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