- Theme two: Society and Culture; Diverse, equitable, informed and productive communities, schools and workplace. As well as, Individual, economic, organisational, political and social transformation
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Dr. Mehran Nejati is a Senior Lecturer and the Director of PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) and Sustainability at ECU School of Business and Law. He held the position of the MBA Director at the School in 2017 and is now a member of the University’s Climate Initiative Taskforce.
Prior to joining Edith Cowan University, Dr. Mehran Nejati was the Program Manager for Research and Consultancy and a Senior Lecturer at Graduate School of Business, University of Science Malaysia (USM). He has also held visiting appointments at the University of Adelaide Business School and Flinders Business School, Australia. He serves as the editorial board member of several international academic journals.
Dr. Nejati has demonstrated research excellence in business and management field and has been recognised for his research contributions on various occasions including Outstanding Publication Award 2016, Certified Sentinels of Science Award 2016, and ANZMAC 2015 Best Reviewer Award. He has taught various subjects across business and management discipline on Business Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, New Product Development, Business Statistics, Research Methods, Strategic Management, and Marketing. He has taught in face-to-face and online modes, and has received excellent student and peer evaluation for his teaching. Apart from his research and teaching activities, he is often invited as a trainer for quantitative research methodology and data analysis workshops on structural equation modelling, partial least squares (PLS), and analysis software such as AMOS and SmartPLS
National and International Awards
University and National Teaching & Research Awards
National and International Research Positions
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