Research at Leeds Beckett
Professor Martin Reynolds
About Professor Martin Reynolds
Professor Martin Reynolds has 40 years experience of working in UK higher education at Sheffield Hallam, Nottingham Trent, Anglia Ruskin, Birmingham City and currently Leeds Beckett. He has held senior management roles at Dean/PVC level and led a number of change and innovation projects in practice based management education.
Martin has a degree and doctorate in economics with teaching expertise and interest in finance, leadership and strategy, and research methods. For over 20 years he has been developing in-company and corporate education programmes with companies.
His research interests focus on the development of practice based models for business and management education and research.
- BA Economics (1) - Sheffield
- D Phil Economics – York
Areas of Expertise
Behavioural economics; practice of management decision making; design of work based education programmes.
- Strategy and innovation
- Research methods
Martin's current research is on models and practice of innovation in business schools: examining the changing nature of practice based management education models and associated change dynamics.
Journal articles (2)
- Minocha S; Stonehouse G; Reynolds M (2014), Bollywood on Creativity: An Interview With the Internationally Acclaimed Film Director Shekhar Kapur. Journal of Management Inquiry, vol. 23 (2), p. 137-147.
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- Minocha S; Reynolds M (2013), The Artistry of Practice or the Practice of Artistry: Embodying Art and Practice in a Business School Context. Journal of Management Inquiry, vol. 22 (2), p. 173-192.