My specialist area is business management and my research approach cross-disciplinary supported by three key variables: behavioural sciences, sustainable business management and socio-organisational development.
My research focus is on improve the organisational impact on society through the application of theoretical models mainly from the psychology, economy and organisational sciences to contribute to the new behaviours in production and consumption aligned with the sustainability or global priorities to impact the quality of life, well-being and socio-organisational transformations, being the main topics :
- Behavioural and circular economies within the industry 4.0
- Business Management and competitive strategies
- Global priorities: social, economic and environmental
- Supply chain and ethical consumption practices
- Social brain, sustainable community and consumer behaviours
In that sense, my current aspiration is support global changes, especially those orientated to the quality of life, wellbeing, and development, both from the social, economic and organisational perspective. My research line pretends to promote changes and socio-organisational transformations starting from the cognitive structure of the human being. The idea is to generate awareness that allows the rational use of the planet's resources, promoted from an organisational perspective, a sustainable awareness throughout the whole supply chain, including production and consumption strategies. In that sense, the main idea is that organizations should maintain an awareness that the entire supply chain should is able to generate competitive strategies aligned with the development of the planet, people, and prosperity.
Organisational Psychology, Doctorate
15 Sep 2012 → 15 Jun 2017
Award Date: 15 Jun 2017