|Position||Associate Lecturer in Human Resource Management|
|Location||University of Bradford School of Management|
|Department||School of Management|
Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities
Currently taught module:
- Human Resource Management (undergraduate)
Previously taught modules:
- Human Resource Management (postgraduate)
- Organisational Behaviour (undergraduate)
- People, Work & Organisations (undergraduate)
- Sociology of Work (undergraduate)
Lawrence’s professional career spans over 13 years, during which period he has gained valuable experience working in various functions in the retail, not-for-profit, and education sectors. Lawrence holds a BA in History (Political Science minor) from the University of Buea, and an MA in Management from the University of Chester where he has also been a visiting Lecturer at the Business School. He also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Business and Management Research from University of Bradford School of Management. An avid believer of inclusive teaching, Lawrence’s student-centred approach to teaching is partly informed by his research and engagement with industry. He is constantly seeking ways to improve his teaching and has recently completed the “Learning & Teaching in Higher Education Practice” module at the Centre for Educational Development- University of Bradford.
BA (Buea), MA (Chester), PGD (Bradford), PhD candidate HRM (Bradford)
Lawrence’s PhD research is in the field of Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM), particularly High Performance Work Systems. His interests also span across Organisational Behaviour, International and Comparative HRM, employment relations in the emerging economies of Africa, and the role that various forces such as governments, unions, and national cultures play in the relations.
Member, Academy of Management
Member, British Academy of Management
Member, Chartered Management Institute
Conference presentations/ invited talks
Miskeen, G., Shabut, A., Marshall, P. & Ngoe, L. The Technology Dilemma: Can technology-enhanced learning lead to deeper learning? Poster presentation, 12th Annual Learning, Teaching and Assessment Conference. University of Bradford, UK. 9 July 2013.
Banwar, J. D., Ngoe, L., Ndajiya, A. & Ishaya, N. S. A Critical review of the effect of culture, religion and ethnic factor on Human Resource Management Practices in sub-Saharan Africa: a case study of Nigeria. Paper session, The 2nd International Conference on HRM and Management of Organisations in Africa. Nottingham University Business School, UK. 7-8 August 2012.
Ngoe, L. A critical evaluation of the impact of HRM practices on performance: Evidence from Cameroon. Paper session, 8th NARTI Doctoral Colloquium. Newcastle University Business School, UK. 10-11 July 2012.
Ngoe, L. How to get a Distinction in your Masters Dissertation. Invited talk (guest lecture), University of Chester Business School. Chester, UK, 24 May 2011.