Faculty:Faculty of Business and Law
Stephanie lectures in the field of HRM and Organisational Behaviour and her research interests are work-based in nature. She has also published about management gurus, employer branding, remote working and has worked with the Chartered Management Institute to publish work on female leaders.
Dr Stephanie Russell started full-time teaching in Higher Education in 2011. She has experience of teaching campus-based undergraduate and postgraduate students in the fields of Business, Management and Human Resource Management. She is also experienced in undertaking the role of academic mentor, providing personal tutoring, academic and career guidance to placement students. More recently she has moved into the field of apprenticeships working with the Level 6 CMDA students and leads on the Level 7 Senior Leader Masters Degree Apprenticeship within the Corporate Programmes Education Team. In August 2015, Stephanie completed a two-year, full-time secondment as a post-doctoral research fellow in the Institute for International Management Practice (IIMP). She worked on an ESRC funded research project (CURA-B) which was based on the role of assistive technology in improving elderly people’s health care and also published a co-authored paper in Organization Studies (16/04/15). She is a Senior Fellow of the HEA and have also been a lead supervisor for a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KEEP) (December 2014-April 2015). Stephanie is also an Academic Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) and member of the Chartered Management Institute.
First Supervisor for a PhD thesis exploring the effect of generational differences on training and development - due to complete 2021
Second Supervisor for a PhD thesis on human resource management practices in Nigeria - current 2021
Third Supervisor for a PhD thesis completed in the area of Regulatory Enforcement and New Olympic Regulations during the London 2012 Olympics - completed 2017
McCade, D. Ciuk, S. and Russel, S., 2019. Understanding and Analysing Resistance to Management Ideas. Book chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Management Ideas. Edited by Andrew Sturdy, Stefan Heusinkveld, Trish Reay and David Strang.
McCabe, D. And Russell, S., 2017. The Costumes Don’t Do it for Me: Obstacles to the Translation of 'New' Management Ideas, Management Learning, Vol 48 (5):566-581
Russel, S. and Brannan, M.J., 2016. Deregulation is so nineteen eighties, we're into better regulation now: Exploring the unintended consequences of self-regulation in the Passive Fire Protection Industry. Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 5 (3). pp 287-303
Russell, S. and Brannan, M.J., 2016. Getting the Right People on the Bus: Recruitment, Selection and Integration for the Branded Organization. European Management Journal, 34 :114-124
Russell, S. and McCabe, D., 2015. Regulators, Conformers and Cowboys: The Enterprise Discourse and Discourses of Resistance in the Passive Fire Protection Industry. Organisation Studies Vol 36 (12) 1693-1713
Russell, S., October 2019. How remote working can increase stress and reduce well-being. Published in The Conversation
Russell, S. and Simpkin, T., current work in progress. Girl in boots: Gender as a conflicting legitimising factor of competence in the construction industry (provisional title for submission in Gender, Work and Organisation Special Issue - was submitted in October 2019, editorial feedback given in April 2020 - rewriting in progress
Russell, S. and Simpkin, T., August 2017. How to succeed as a modern female leaders: behave like a man. CMI Insights Magazine
Russell, S., March 2017. Thing-ification: why the human face of the workplace needs to be brought back in. Published in The Conversation
Russell, S., 2011. Internalizing the brand? Identity Regulation and Resistance at Aqua-Tilt in Brannan, M.J., Parsons, E. and Priola, V. (eds), Branded Lives: The Production and Consumption of Meaning at Work, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar