-Economics of Organisations
-Cross Cultural Management
-Critical Organisational Analysis
-Developing HR Strategies
-Introduction to Business and Management
-Managing People and Organisations
-Managing Employment Relations
-Managing Human Performance (MBA and EMBA)
2019 The Italian National School of Government, Scuola Nazionale dell’Amministrazione, SNA.
2016 Senior Lecturer in Employment and Organization Studies, Oxford Brookes Business School
2012-16 Senior Lecturer in Organisation Studies, MMU Business School
2009-12 Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour, Nottingham University Business School China
2005-09 Lecturer in Organisation Studies, University of Rome, Roma Tre, Faculty of Economics.
2006-08 Lecturer in Applied Economics, University of Rome, La Sapienza, Faculty of Humanities.
2014 Universidad del Tolima, Ibaguè (Colombia)
2013 University of Bergamo and ADAPT (Italy)
2009-11 University of Helsinki (Finland)
2007 Université de Bretagne Occidentale, ARS, Brest. (France)
2006 Universidad del Tolima, Ibaguè. (Colombia)
2005 University of Helsinki, Coop Studies network, Mikkeli (Finland)
‘Andrea is magnificent at creating a learning environment in which academic intellectual excitement can flourish alongside pragmatic HRM strategies (& not easy, online!). I particularly enjoyed the way that Andrea (and it is a personality/'habit or structure of mind' thing as opposed to 'content delivery') facilitates and encourages students to zoom in to the micro and out to the macro in order to get a fuller and more flexible understanding of topics. I've also enjoyed the way in which Andrea has promoted 'contrary' thinking to heighten students' critical awareness of issues, by e.g. contemporary Marxist readings or by bringing a thought-provoking historical awareness to contemporary HRM issues. This broader intellectual framework - political philosophy, socio-economic history, etc. - has (for me) helped save a programme that at times - not in this module - could have collapsed into a dreary CIPD-driven vocational functionalism.’