Iniobong Enang

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    20142021

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    Research Interests

    Research Interests

    Dr Enang’s interdisciplinary research cuts across the intersect of public management and risk management. She is passionate about risk management and governance issues. Her goals are to facilitate strategic decision making and contribute to positive outcomes by developing and conducting much needed risk assessments in collaboration with the public and private sectors.

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

    • Risk Management (including Social Risk Management)
    • Project Management
    • Structuration Theory
    • Institutional Theory
    • The use of NVivo (Qualitative Data Analysis Computer Software Package)
    • Qualitative Research Methods
    • Systematic Literature Reviews
    • Comparative Case Studies

     

    Research Output: Peer Reviewed Scholarly Publications

    • Murray, J.; Heyman, I.; Dougall, N.; Woof, Andrew; Aston, E; & Enang, I (2020). Co‐Creation of Five Key Research Priorities Across Law Enforcement and Public Health: A Methodological Example and Outcomes. Journal of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12664  (Impact Factor – 1.947)
    • Enang, I., Asenova, D.., & Bailey, S. (2020). Identifying influencing factors of sustainable public service transformation. International Review of Administrative Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1177/0020852319896399  Rated 3 by ABS Academic Journal Guide 2018, with 2018 impact factor of 2.174.
    • Snowden, A., Enang, I., Bennison, T., Fraser, D., Gibbon, A., Kernohan, G., MacRitchie, I., McSherry, W., Ross. L., & Swinton, J. (2020). Why are some healthcare chaplains registered professionals and some are not? A survey of healthcare chaplains in Scotland. Journal of Health and Social Care Chaplaincy. https://doi.org/10.1558/hscc.39783  
    • Enang, I., Murray, J., Dougall, N., Wooff, A., Heyman, I., & Aston, L. (2019). Defining and assessing vulnerability within Law Enforcement and Public Health Organisations: A scoping review. Health & Justice. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40352-019-0083z (Impact Factor – 1.80)

     

    Research Output: Practitioner Publications

    • Enang I., (2018). Member Profile published Summer 2018. Public RM, Alarm’s Member journal. Alarm is a membership organisation run by members, for members, supporting risk professionals that support our communities and citizens
    • Murray, J., Heyman, I., Wooff, A., Dougall, N., Aston, L., & Enang, I. (2018). Law enforcement and public health: Setting the agenda for Scotland. Scottish Institute for Policing Research Annual Review

     

    Conference Papers & Development Workshops (since 2016)

    • Enang, I., Asenova D., & Bailey, S. (2020) The dark side of public service transformation: Conceptualising associated social risks as inequalities. In International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM). Conference 2020: The Culture and Context of Public Management. 22-24 April 2020, Tampere, Finland;
    • Enang, I. (2019) Transforming the governance of public services: Theoretical and conceptual considerations of attendant social risks: In Academy of Management Paper Development Workshop;
    • Enang. I, Asenova D., & Bailey, S. (2018). Risk management: a neglected factor in public service transformation: In International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Conference 2018: Creating and co-creating value in public service delivery. 11-13 April 2018, Edinburgh, Scotland;
    • Enang. I, Asenova D., & Bailey, S (2017). Theorizing the role of ideas in managing public service transformation in Scotland. In British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference 2017: Re-connecting management research with the disciplines: Shaping the research with the social sciences. 5-8 September 2017, Warwick, UK;
    • Enang. I, Asenova D., & Bailey, S. (2017). Conceptualising social risk as a strategic risk in public service transformation: Preliminary research findings from a Scottish case study. In International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Conference 2017: The Culture and Context of Public Management. 19-21 April 2017, Budapest, Hungary; and
    • Enang. I, Asenova D., & deRuyter, A. (2016) Identifying Key Institutional Factors Influencing Public Service Transformation: A Systematic Literature Review. In: British Academy of Management BAM Conference 2016: Thriving in Turbulent Times: 6-8 Sep 2016, Newcastle, U.K. ISBN 9780954960896.

     

    Achievements | Awards | Nominations

    • 2019 Nominee – Above and Beyond Partnership Award. Awarded by Edinburgh Napier University
    • 2017 Winner – Student of the Year. Awarded by the Public Risk Management Association in the UK (Alarm)
    • 2017 Honorary Life Membership. Awarded by Glasgow Caledonian University Students’ Association.
    • 2016 Highly Commended– Student of the Year. Awarded by Alarm
    • 2014 – 2017 PhD Studentship worth £14,800 per annum for three years. Awarded by Glasgow Caledonian University

     

    Past Projects and Project Roles (Between 2018 and 2020)

    • Trial Manager on project titled: Decision-making Capacity: Intervention Development & Evaluation in Schizophrenia spectrum disorder (DEC-IDES) trial
    • Research Assistant on project titled: The Mental Health Tribunal of Scotland: The views and experiences of patients, named persons, practitioners, and tribunal members
    • Project Team Member of project titled: ENQUIRE: Crisis Care Plans and Borderline Personality Disorder within the NHS
    • Project Manager on project titled: CSO study of the meaning of being professional for Healthcare Chaplains
    • Project Manager on project titled: NES funded study to update UK chaplain professional standards, competences, and education
    • Research Assistant on project titled: Law Enforcement and Public Health (LEPH): Vulnerability assessment in Law Enforcement & Public Health organisations

     

    Public Engagement | Knowledge Exchange | Presentations (Since 2014)

    • Coventry University Guest Speaker (2021): Decision Making & Risk – Delivered to MBA Apprenticeship Students. Coventry University
    • Coventry University Guest Speaker (2021): Virtual Progression Week – How to identify and engage project stakeholders. Coventry University
    • BARCLAYS (2020): Career Spotlight Session.
    • BARCLAYS (2019): I’m not biased! Am I? Strategies to reduce racial bias and prejudice in the workplace.
    • ENQUIRE (2019): still digging. Leadership and Improvement Conference 2019. Edinburgh, Scotland
    • Law Enforcement and Public Health: towards a unified National approach 2018: Law Enforcement and Public Health Conference. Toronto, Canada.
    • SECHNAHR Symposium 2018: Defining and Assessing Vulnerability: Perspectives across Law Enforcement and Public Health: Edinburgh Napier University
    • Association of Local Authority Risk Managers (Alarm) 2018 Conference: Identifying the Social Risks Associated with Transforming Scottish School Education Services: The Way Forward. Location - Manchester, England
    • Institute of Risk Management Regional Conference 2016: Social Risk Impact Assessment on New Models of School Education Delivery Post Brexit. Location - Glasgow, Scotland
    • Alarm 2016 Conference: Transforming School Education Services in Scotland: Managing the Risk. Location - Manchester, England
    • Edinburgh Napier University 2016: Transforming Public Services in Scotland: Managing the Risk. Location – Edinburgh, Scotland
    • Edinburgh City Council: Transforming Public Services in Scotland: Managing the Risks. Location - Edinburgh, Scotland
    • Professional Doctorate Student Conference 2016: Transforming Public Services through Leadership, Public Engagement and Risk Management. Location – GCU Glasgow Campus, Scotland
    • Glasgow School of Business and Society PhD Community Group 2016: Transforming Public Services: The Role of Risk Management, Leadership and Public Engagement. Location – GCU Glasgow Campus, Scotland
    • Renfrewshire Council 2015: Transforming Public Services: The Role of Leadership, Risk Management, and Public Engagement. Location - Renfrewshire, Scotland
    • Dumfries and Galloway Council 2015: Transforming Public Services: The Role of Leadership, Risk Management, and Public Engagement; Location – Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
    • Glasgow School of Business and Society PhD Community Group 2015: The Role of Leadership in Transforming
    • Local Authorities’ Service Provision in Scotland; Location – GCU Glasgow Campus, Scotland
    • Presentation to Sir Harry Burns - Scotland’s former Chief Medical and member of the Scottish Government’s
    • Social Innovation Partnership Board 2014: Transforming Public Services: The Role of Leadership, Risk Management, and Public Engagement; Location – GCU Glasgow Campus, Scotland.

     

    Leadership Roles at Coventry University (2020 – 2021)

    • Course Director for MSc Risk Management
    • Social Media Engagement Lead for BA Business Management Alumni Network

     

    Current Teaching Responsibilities at Coventry University (2020 – 2021)

    Module Leader on the following postgraduate modules:

    • Project Management (MBA Students)
    • Risk Management (MSc Students)

    Module Leader on the following undergraduate modules:

    • Decision Making for International Business

    Tutorial Support on the following undergraduate modules:

    • Principles of Project Management
    • Project Management
    • Project Management for Business

    Dissertation Supervisor for nine final year undergraduate students

     

    Education/Academic qualification

    Risk Management, Doctorate, Glasgow Caledonian University

    Award Date: 8 Nov 2019

    Risk Management, MSc, Glasgow Caledonian University

    Award Date: 30 Apr 2014

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