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Associate Professor Glen Murphy
MBA Director
QUT Business School,
QUT Graduate School of Business
Associate Professor
QUT Business School,
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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

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


Glen is an Associate Professor within the QUT Business School and is currently the Director of the School’s MBA program.  Building on his early experiences in retail management Glen is a self-described “technology enhanced educator” with 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. Research interests 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.    


  • 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).
This information has been contributed by Associate Professor Glen Murphy.


  • 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
This information has been contributed by Associate Professor Glen Murphy.


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