- Professor Lisa Bradley
- Assistant Dean (Teaching & Learning)
QUT Business School,
Administration Services - Business,
Executive Dean's Office - Business
QUT Business School,
- Discipline *
- Business and Management
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- Identifiers and profiles
Phd (University of Queensland), MOrgPsych (University of Queensland), BA(Hons) (University of Queensland)
- Professional memberships
Australian New Zealand Academy of Management; Australian Institute of Company Directors; Academy of Management
Lisa Bradley has research interests in the broad area of Quality of Work Life. She is interested in investigating how people’s experience of work can be improved, whilst always maintaining or improving organisational outcomes. She has looked at issues such as: discrimination at work; selection and performance appraisal processes; organisational culture; and most recently, work-life balance. Her research is applied and she works directly with organisations to ensure better practice can occur. She is also published in over 20 academic journals, numerous practitioner publications and presentations and over 40 academic conference presentations. She has been a consultant to a variety of organisations in both the private and public sectors.
Lisa teaches in the areas of organisational behaviour, research methods, and human resource management. She has supervised over 20 higher degree research students in a range of topics related to people in organisations.
Lisa has played leadership roles in the school, faculty and university. These roles have included: Chair of the school Teaching and Learning committee and Chair of Resources committee; Acting Assistant Dean (Teaching and Learning); Director of the Infrastructure Management Research Group and Head of School in the School of Management.
- Organisational behaviour
- Research methods
- Recruitment and selection
For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.