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DoctorateHub | 2021

Learning Café

Dr Steven McCabe is in. Just grab a coffee and come along!

Learning Café

Dr Steven McCabe is in. Just grab a coffee and come along!

Location: Online
Start date: Friday, 26 November 2021 10:00 GMT | 10:00 UK time

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Start date

Friday, 26 November 2021

10:00 GMT

10:00 UK time

Finish date

Friday, 26 November 2021

11:00 GMT

11:00 UK time

Location

Online

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Dr Steven McCabe is in. Join the session to discuss your progress and development, to ask questions and to get answers and clarity. There is no pre-set program. Just grab a coffee and come along!

Our weekly open-door sessions provide you with the opportunity to talk to vested doctoral supervisors from across the globe.  

Attendance is free, but registration is required. Attendees will be granted a five-to-ten-minute discussion time slot, depending on the number of participants. For discussion times greater than ten minutes or a more in-depth personalised response, we kindly ask you to schedule an on-demand video-orientation call (1 Brain Coin per session | Get Brain Coins here).

Key Take-Aways

There is no pre-set program. Join your peers. Just grab a coffee and come along!

I’ve been an academic since 1987 when I started teaching economics. Among other subjects taught, I have lectured in business and management, strategy and research methods. As well as authoring articles, chapters and conference papers, I have published six books, the most recent of which is Exploring the Green Economy published in July 2021 by Bite-Sized Books. One of my main roles was as a director of research degrees in business which involved oversight of all doctoral programmes including the Doctor of Business Administration. I was also involved as a tutor for the online DBA programme for Liverpool Laureate and participated in the residency workshops for students undertaking research for their thesis.

Research, though at times may cause frustration due to the challenges, ultimately brings joy in examining phenomena that’s intriguing and, significantly, not adequately described in the vast array of literature dedicated to the way in which organisations operate. The key component of organisations – people – may be idiosyncratic, which defies prediction based on elegant models, but can, if sufficiently motivated, be creative and innovative. My own PhD research, based on studying quality improvement techniques in twelve UK organisations demonstrated the huge latent potential that undoubtedly exists in every organisation. Participative Action Research, of which I’m an enthusiastic advocate, can play a major role in untapping such potential.

Dr. Steven McCabe

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