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Dr Dermot O'Reilly

Senior Lecturer in Management Learning and Leadership

Lancaster University

Charles Carter Building

LA1 4YX

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 510937

Current Teaching

Programme Director, MA in Human Resources and Consulting

Lecturer and tutor on MNGT320 - Rethinking Leadership

Module convenor of the 'Consulting and Organisational Diagnosis' Module on the MA in HR and Consulting

Qualifications

BA MA PhD

Research Interests

My research interests revolve around critical perspectives on co-ordination and conflict, with a particular focus on alternative modes of leadership, organizing and learning. At the core of this intellectual endeavour is an interest in the dialectical processes, moments and relations that comprise co-ordination and conflict, in particular the cultural, political and economic processes and relations that create, enable and constrain co-ordination and conflict (for example, in relation to cultural processes – ideation, imaginaries, discourses, norms and modes of valuing; political processes - legitimation, authority and dispute; economic processes – reproduction, redistribution and capitals).

My research is informed by critical theory and critical realism. 

Web Links

I am involved in organizing an ESRC seminar series on 'Collaborative Housing and Community Resilience'. More information can be found on this link: 

http://www.cohousing.org.uk/resource/966/esrc-seminar-series-collaborative-housing-and-community-resilience

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