Cass Business School
Amanda Goodall is a Senior Lecturer at Cass Business School. She began her career in the fashion industry, followed by a decade in the UK charitable sector, and finally a move into universities. She worked with Anthony Giddens, then Director of the LSE and later at Warwick University. Amanda completed a PhD on university leadership at Warwick Business School in 2007 -- ‘Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should be Led by Top Scholars’ (Princeton University Press, 2009). Amanda’s research is on leadership and organizational performance. Her central argument is that leaders should have a deep understanding of the core business of the organizations they are to lead. Being a good manager alone, she suggests, is not sufficient. She publishes in both academic journals and practitioner magazines, and is regularly featured in the media. Amanda has been a research fellow at Cornell, Zurich U and IZA in Bonn. Her work can be found at www.amandagoodall.com.
Articles by Amanda Goodall:
Do we need highly cited departmental chairs?
31 January 2014, 7966 reads
Leaders need industry experience: Evidence from Formula One
23 September 2012, 9462 reads
Should physicians manage hospitals?
21 July 2011, 14934 reads
Why it matters who leads research universities
2 January 2010, 17939 reads
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