Etieno Enang

Dr, PhD in Strategy and Organisation

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    Research Interests

    Dr Enang's research interests lie within the intersection of strategy, leadership, and social change, focusing on whether and how management theory and practice can contribute to making organisations, institutions and societies more just, equitable and sustainable.

    Starting from this broad interest, her research focuses predominantly (but not exclusively) on the material discursive practices that enable or constrain organizational realities. She is also interested in post-acquisition behaviour of emerging multinational corporations and sustainable production and consumption. Furthermore, she is interested in research on qualitative and critical research methodologies and processes and strategies to decolonize research and knowledge.

    Within her PhD, she dared to do things differently, inspired by a need for ‘new ways of seeing’. Thus, she was able up to propose new theoretical understandings, and to develop creative styles of conducting, presenting and writing up qualitative research. She was awarded her PhD without corrections.

    Dr Enang’s areas of expertise include but are not limited to:

    • Strategy as process research
    • Strategy as practice research
    • International business research
    • Narrative research methods
    • Storytelling as a research methodology
    • The use of NVivo (Qualitative Data Analysis Computer Software Package)

     

    Research Output: Peer Reviewed Scholarly Publications

    • Zhang, Y., Enang, E., Sminia, H. EMNC post-acquisition integration research agenda Multinational Business Review, Status: Published, December 2018 https://doi.org/10.1108/MBR-11-2017-0093 (impact factor- 1.97)

     

    Conference Papers & Development Workshops (since 2017)

    • Enang, E., Sminia, H., Boje, D., Rosile, G. (2017) Proposing a performative approach to M&A process research. Paper presented at the Annual European Academy of Management Conference, 21-24 June 2017, Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow, UK
    • Boje, D., Enang, E. (2017) Antenarrative Embodiment Contributions to Language Performance in International Business. Paper presented at the Groupe d’Etudes Management et Langage (GEM &L), 4-5 July 2017, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark
    • Enang, E., Sminia, H. (2017) Antenarratives as interface in the process of M&A becoming. Paper presented at the Annual Academy of Management Conference, 4-8 August 2017, Atlanta Georgia, USA
    • Enang, E., Rosile, G., Boje, D., Sminia, H (2017) Identifying the blind spots in M&A ‘process’ research. Paper presented at the Annual British Academy of Management Conference 5-7 September, Warwick Business School, UK
    • Enang E., Sminia, H., Zhang, Y (2019) Temporality in Sensemaking: Three Questions about Content, Time and Process. Paper discussed at the Academy of Management PDW, 4th Mar 2019, Edinburgh University
    • Enang, E., Sminia, H. (2019) Developing an inclusive research agenda for understanding how learning is accomplished in M&As. Paper accepted at the Annual Academy of Management Conference, 9-13August 2019, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    • Enang, E., Boje, D (2020) Antenarratives as sociomaterial apparatus of sustainability. Paper accepted for 36th EGOS colloquium, July 2-4, 2020, Hamburg Germany
    • Enang, E., Sminia, H. Zhang, Y (2021) Storying Organizational Identity and Strategy: An Antenarrative Analysis. Paper discussed at the Annual Organization Studies PDW, 1st Mar 2021, Online

    Achievements | Awards | Nominations

    • Early career researcher shortlisted for one on one mentoring from established academics   within the Strategy as Practice division, AOM, 2017
    • Award for Teaching Excellence, Strathclyde Business School, 2019

    Public Engagement | Knowledge Exchange | Presentations 

    • University of Strathclyde (2018) Antenarratives as a research methodology for qualitative data– Delivered to PhD students during Professor David Boje’s visit to Strathclyde

    Current Teaching Responsibilities at Coventry University (2020 – 2021)

    Module Leader on the following undergraduate modules:

    • International Business and People Relations

    Tutorial Support on the following undergraduate modules:

    • Principles of Strategy
    • Business Management
    • Ethical Leadership

    Dissertation Supervisor for final year undergraduate students

    Education/Academic qualification

    PhD Strategy and Organisation, University of Strathclyde

    Award Date: 25 Mar 2020

    Research Methodology in Business and Management, Postgraduate Certificate, University of Strathclyde

    Award Date: 1 Oct 2015

    MSc Risk Management, Glasgow Caledonian University

    Award Date: 1 Sep 2014

    External positions

    Research Assistant, University of Strathclyde

    1 May 201931 Aug 2020

    Lead Tutor, University of Strathclyde

    1 Apr 201730 Apr 2019

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