- Associate Professor Glen Murphy
- Associate Professor
Faculty of Business & Law,
School of Management
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- Business and Management
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Doctor of Philosophy (Queensland University of Technology), PhD (Management) (Queensland University of Technology), Master of Business (Research) (Queensland University of Technology)
Data Quality, Infrastructure management, Social network analysis, Social network disruption, Technology enhanced learning
Glen is an Associate Professor embedded within QUT Entrepreneurship, an entity established to lead and support entrepreneurial endeavours throughout QUT.
He was formally the Director of the School’s MBA program from 2015 – 2021. During his tenure as MBA Director for the first time in the program’s history QUT became the highest ranked MBA program in Queensland in 2019. In 2017 the QUT Executive MBA was recognised as the Number One ranked program in Australia (AFR BOSS Rankings). Glen was also responsible for leading the design, development and delivery of QUT’S innovative “Digital” on-line MBA launched in 2019.
Building on his early experiences in retail management Glen has a strong a track record in building and delivering innovative, valuable and applied tertiary education courses. In 2014 he was awarded the prestigious Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) / Pearson Management Educator of the Year Award.
Glen has held management roles in the retail industry both in Australia and the United Kingdom and has previously established and run a boutique on-line business, before selling his share in 2009. He was also awarded a QUT Vice-Chancellor’s Performance Award in 2010 for innovative teaching and assessment. Previous roles include a post-doctoral research fellowship with the CRC Centre for Integrated Engineering Asset Management (CIEAM) (2006-2009). Prior to this, he was employed within a teaching capacity for the Faculty of Business at QUT Carseldine as the First Year Experience (FYE) Co-ordinator. In addition to his academic experience, Glen has several years experience in the retail industry in line and middle management roles.
Glen’s research interests are currently concentrated around the following areas:
- Improving data quality and data management within organisations
- Strategic decsion making for engineering asset management
- Managing sub-cultures within engineering asset intensive firms
- Role of networks in organisational behaviour & change
Previous research partners have included TAFE QLD, the Australian Submarine Corporation (ASC), the Australian Nuclear Science & Technology Organisation (ANSTO), the Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) and the QLD Dept. of Communities.
- 2019 QUT Business School Recognition Award (Leadership & Curriculum Development)
- 2014 Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management / Pearson Management Educator of the Year
- 2010 QUT Vice-Chancellors Performance Award for Excellence – Innovative teaching and Assessment
- Best paper (Research Methods Stream) ANZAM Conference 2011 – Perceptions of data quality dimensions and data roles (w/ Sonia Salomone & Paul Hyland).
- Best paper ICOMS Asset Management Conference 2009 – Building bridges and solving Rubiks cubes: tribalism in engineering and technical environments.
- Best paper ICOMS Asset Management Conference 2008 – Safety, reliability or performance? High performing engineering asset cultures (w/ Joanna Hill).
- Wiewiora A, Trigunarsyah B, Murphy G, Coffey V, (2013) Organizational culture and willingness to share knowledge: A competing values perspective in Australian context, International Journal of Project Management p1163-1174
- Wiewiora A, Murphy G, (2015) Unpacking 'lessons learned': investigating failures and considering alternative solutions, Knowledge Management Research and Practice p17-30
- Murphy G, Salomone S, (2013) Using social media to facilitate knowledge transfer in complex engineering environments: a primer for educators, European Journal of Engineering Education p70-84
- Murphy G, Chang A, Unsworth K, (2012) Differential effects of ERP systems on user outcomes - a longitudinal investigation, New Technology, Work and Employment p147-162
- Murphy G, Hyland P, Kivits R, (2012) Stakeholders' perceptions of data utility in the context of ERP outcomes, Presented at: Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (72nd) p1
- Murphy G, (2011) Post-PC devices: A summary of early iPad technology adoption in tertiary environments, e-Journal of Business Education and Scholarship of Teaching p18-32
- Salomone S, Hyland P, Murphy G, (2011) Perceptions of data quality dimensions and data roles, Proceedings of the 25th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference: The future of work and organisations p1-25
- Murphy G, (2010) Testing a tri-partite contingent model of engineering cultures: A pilot study, Reliability Engineering and System Safety p1040-1049
- Murphy G, (2009) Improving the quality of manually acquired data: applying the theory of planned behaviour to data quality, Reliability Engineering and System Safety p1881-1886
- Murphy G, Southey G, (2003) High Performance Work Practices: Perceived Determinants of Adoption and the Role of the HR Practitioner, Personnel Review p73-92
For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.