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Dr Stephen Teo is a Professor of Work and Performance and Professorial Research Fellow at Edith Cowan University, Australia. Prior to this appointment, he was the Interim Director of the Global Business Innovation Research Platform at RMIT University. While employed at the Auckland University of Technology Business School, Professor Teo was recognised under the New Zealand Governments Research Performance ranking (2012 PBRF scheme) as one of the leading scholars in New Zealand, as shown by the outcome of the 2012 New Zealand Performance-based Research Funding evaluation (ranked in the top 6% of New Zealand business researchers (Ranked A – world class).
He has published in leading refereed journals such as Human Resource Management (USA), Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Vocational Behaviour, the International Journal of Human Resource Management, International Business Review, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, and others such as the Journal of Advanced Nursing. His most recent projects examined the impact of organisational change on the well-being and performance of public sector employees in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the USA and Italy. He is currently undertaking research into workplace ill-treatment and psychological capital. In addition to research, Prof Teo is passionate about learning and teaching, in particular the use of group assessment in the diverse, multicultural classroom.
Research Mentor, Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (from 2015)
Stephen’s research focuses on Strategic HRM (including HR Roles Effectiveness); Change Management; Job Stress and Wellbeing; Negative Workplace Behaviours; and Public Management. He has a preference for quantitative research methods, utilising techniques such as multivariate analyses, structural equations modelling (AMOS, SmartPLS, Mplus),meta-analysis, and multi-level modelling.
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