14.12.1964
+44(0)1612750806
kristel.kuusik@ebs.ee

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.01.2007–...   
Present: Co-Director of the Centre for Organisations in development, University of Manchester, UK (with Dr Aminu Mamman)
2005–...   
Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School), välispartner (1,00)
01.01.2001–...   
University of Manchester (School of Environment and Development: IDPM), Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Human Resources and Organisational Change
01.01.2006–31.12.2010   
Visiting Professor of Human Resource Development – University Technologi Malaysia
01.01.2006–31.12.2010   
Standing co-chair of the EIASM conference on Organisational Change and Development in Developing and Transitional Countries (with Professor Ruth Alas and Professor Vincent Edwards
01.01.2005–31.12.2010   
Visiting Chair of International Human Resources - Beijing University of Technology
 
 
Haridustee
2000–...   
M.Ed. Educational Psychology Manchester University
1998–...   
Ph.D. Organisational Psychology UMIST
1991–...   
M.Sc. Organisational Psychology UMIST
1991–...   
Grad. IPD Personnel Management CIPD
1986–...   
DMS Management Studies CNAA
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2009−...   
University of Liverpool Hope. External subject specialist adviser for the revalidation of the MSc in Business and Management and the validation of the MSc in Human Resource Management and Development programmes.
2009−...   
University of Salford, UK (2009) Aisha Rashed Al-Shamsi: High Performance Work Practices.
2008−...   
Tampere University, Finland: Asaduzzaman, M. (2008) Governance in Practice: People’s Participation in the Local Development of Bangladesh
2008−...   
University of Brunel, UK: Phan, T.A. (2008) Cultural Impediments to Learning Transfer: The Case of Vietnamese Companies in the Private Sector
2008−...   
Victoria University Melbourne, Australia: Ali, J. (2008) Organizational and Human Resource Arrangements to Encourage and Support Work Among the UAE Indigenous Population
2007−...   
of York St John. External subject specialist adviser for the revalidation of the MA in Leading Innovation and Change programme
2007−...   
University of Hull: Doctor of Business Administration External Thesis Examiner
2007−...   
University of Hull, UK: Mimouni, F. (2007) Implications of Islam on Management Theory and Practice: Evidence from Saudi Arabia
2007−...   
University of Salford, UK: Abu-Tayeh, B. (2007) Organisational Justice and Work-Related Attitudes in Selected Commercial Banks in Jordan
2006−...   
Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Journal of European Industrial Training
2006−...   
University of Liverpool UK: Claxton, J. (2006) Bridging a Balance to Hemispheric Asymmetry: Implications for Learning Contexts
2003−...   
Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Managerial Psychology
2000−...   
Chartered Fellow of Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development
2000−...   
Chartered Psychologist: British Psychological Society
2006−2010   
University of Liverpool: HRM Subject External Examiner – Undergraduate degree programmes
2004−2007   
University of Wolverhampton: Postgraduate HRM Subject and MSc Award External Examiner
 
 
Loometöö
2006 to present: I have reviewed manuscript submissions for the following journals:

• Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources (ranked as ‘Internationally Recognised’ by ABS)
• Equal Opportunities International.
• Europe-Asia Studies (ranked as .
 
 
Teenistuskäigu lisainfo
I have supervised the following nine full-time overseas PhD students to successful completion. All of the students I have supervised to date have successfully completed their PhDs within four years of registration.

• 2010 Tosch, Y.: 2010: Management Development in Rapid Change Contexts

• 2010 Pallangyo, W.: Human Resouce Capacity Building in Local Government Authorities; The Case of Tanzania

• 2009 Chyczewski, M.: Decision-Making Behaviours in Radical Change Settings: The Case of Polish Entrepreneurs

• 2008 Xiaoli, L.: Organisational Learning and HRD: The Case of State Owned Enterprises in the P.R. China

• 2007 Rodriquez, J.: Organisational Culture and the Construction of Gender in the Public Sector of the Dominican Republic. (I was the candidate’s sole supervisor.)

• 2007 Kavei G: Relationships between HRD and Corporate Social Responsibility in Namibian Organisations. (I was the candidate’s principal supervisor and Dr Admos Chimhowu was the 2nd supervisor.)

• 2006: Miazhevich, G.: Business Ethics in Post-Soviet Contexts: The Case of Belarus and Estonia. (I was the candidate’s sole supervisor.)

• 2006: Johari, H.: Strategic HRM and its Ethical Dimension: Designing and Transforming Organisational HRM in the Context of the Central Bank of Malaysia. (I was the candidate’s sole supervisor.)

• 2005: Ismail, H: HRM in the Context of the Lebanon: Corporate Performance and Job Satisfaction. (I was the candidate’s principal supervisor and Professor Paul Cook was the 2nd supervisor.)
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Publikatsioonid

Klass
Aasta
Publikatsioon
 
3.1.
2011
1.2.
2009
1.2.
2009
1.2.
2008
1.2.
2008
1.2.
2008
1.2.
2008
3.1.
2008
1.2.
2007
1.2.
2007
3.2.
2007
1.2.
2006
3.1.
2006
3.2.
2006
1.2.
2005
1.2.
2005
1.2.
2005
26.06.2018
14.12.1964
+44(0)1612750806
kristel.kuusik@ebs.ee

Career

Institution(s) and position(s)
01.01.2007–...   
Present: Co-Director of the Centre for Organisations in development, University of Manchester, UK (with Dr Aminu Mamman)
2005–...   
Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School), foreign partner (1,00)
01.01.2001–...   
University of Manchester (School of Environment and Development: IDPM), Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Human Resources and Organisational Change
01.01.2006–31.12.2010   
Visiting Professor of Human Resource Development – University Technologi Malaysia
01.01.2006–31.12.2010   
Standing co-chair of the EIASM conference on Organisational Change and Development in Developing and Transitional Countries (with Professor Ruth Alas and Professor Vincent Edwards
01.01.2005–31.12.2010   
Visiting Chair of International Human Resources - Beijing University of Technology
 
 
Education
2000–...   
M.Ed. Educational Psychology Manchester University
1998–...   
Ph.D. Organisational Psychology UMIST
1991–...   
M.Sc. Organisational Psychology UMIST
1991–...   
Grad. IPD Personnel Management CIPD
1986–...   
DMS Management Studies CNAA
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2009−...   
University of Liverpool Hope. External subject specialist adviser for the revalidation of the MSc in Business and Management and the validation of the MSc in Human Resource Management and Development programmes.
2009−...   
University of Salford, UK (2009) Aisha Rashed Al-Shamsi: High Performance Work Practices.
2008−...   
Tampere University, Finland: Asaduzzaman, M. (2008) Governance in Practice: People’s Participation in the Local Development of Bangladesh
2008−...   
University of Brunel, UK: Phan, T.A. (2008) Cultural Impediments to Learning Transfer: The Case of Vietnamese Companies in the Private Sector
2008−...   
Victoria University Melbourne, Australia: Ali, J. (2008) Organizational and Human Resource Arrangements to Encourage and Support Work Among the UAE Indigenous Population
2007−...   
of York St John. External subject specialist adviser for the revalidation of the MA in Leading Innovation and Change programme
2007−...   
University of Hull: Doctor of Business Administration External Thesis Examiner
2007−...   
University of Hull, UK: Mimouni, F. (2007) Implications of Islam on Management Theory and Practice: Evidence from Saudi Arabia
2007−...   
University of Salford, UK: Abu-Tayeh, B. (2007) Organisational Justice and Work-Related Attitudes in Selected Commercial Banks in Jordan
2006−...   
Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Journal of European Industrial Training
2006−...   
University of Liverpool UK: Claxton, J. (2006) Bridging a Balance to Hemispheric Asymmetry: Implications for Learning Contexts
2003−...   
Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Managerial Psychology
2000−...   
Chartered Fellow of Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development
2000−...   
Chartered Psychologist: British Psychological Society
2006−2010   
University of Liverpool: HRM Subject External Examiner – Undergraduate degree programmes
2004−2007   
University of Wolverhampton: Postgraduate HRM Subject and MSc Award External Examiner
 
 
Creative work
2006 to present: I have reviewed manuscript submissions for the following journals:

• Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources (ranked as ‘Internationally Recognised’ by ABS)
• Equal Opportunities International.
• Europe-Asia Studies (ranked as .
 
 
Additional career information
I have supervised the following nine full-time overseas PhD students to successful completion. All of the students I have supervised to date have successfully completed their PhDs within four years of registration.

• 2010 Tosch, Y.: 2010: Management Development in Rapid Change Contexts

• 2010 Pallangyo, W.: Human Resouce Capacity Building in Local Government Authorities; The Case of Tanzania

• 2009 Chyczewski, M.: Decision-Making Behaviours in Radical Change Settings: The Case of Polish Entrepreneurs

• 2008 Xiaoli, L.: Organisational Learning and HRD: The Case of State Owned Enterprises in the P.R. China

• 2007 Rodriquez, J.: Organisational Culture and the Construction of Gender in the Public Sector of the Dominican Republic. (I was the candidate’s sole supervisor.)

• 2007 Kavei G: Relationships between HRD and Corporate Social Responsibility in Namibian Organisations. (I was the candidate’s principal supervisor and Dr Admos Chimhowu was the 2nd supervisor.)

• 2006: Miazhevich, G.: Business Ethics in Post-Soviet Contexts: The Case of Belarus and Estonia. (I was the candidate’s sole supervisor.)

• 2006: Johari, H.: Strategic HRM and its Ethical Dimension: Designing and Transforming Organisational HRM in the Context of the Central Bank of Malaysia. (I was the candidate’s sole supervisor.)

• 2005: Ismail, H: HRM in the Context of the Lebanon: Corporate Performance and Job Satisfaction. (I was the candidate’s principal supervisor and Professor Paul Cook was the 2nd supervisor.)
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Publications

Category
Year
Publication
 
3.1.
2011
1.2.
2009
1.2.
2009
1.2.
2008
1.2.
2008
1.2.
2008
1.2.
2008
3.1.
2008
1.2.
2007
1.2.
2007
3.2.
2007
1.2.
2006
3.1.
2006
3.2.
2006
1.2.
2005
1.2.
2005
1.2.
2005
26.06.2018
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PublikatsioonAutoridAastaVäljaande pealkiriKlassifikaatorFailAsutused
Leadership and Organisational Change in the Middle EastRees, C.J; Althakhri, R2011Leadership and Development in the Middle East.3.1.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Microfinance and the Commercial Banking System: Perspectives from Barbados. Rees, C.J; Hossain, F; Knight, T.2009Progress in Development Studies1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Socio-Cultural Change and Business Ethics in Post-Soviet Countries: The Cases of Belarus and Estonia.Rees, C.J; Miazhevich, G.2009Journal of Business Ethics1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Editorial: Organizational Change and Development - Perspectives from Eastern Europe.Rees, C.J; Metcalfe, B.D.2008Human Resource Development International1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Organisational Change Strategies in the Arab Region: A Review of Critical Strategies.Rees, C.J; Althakhri, R2008Journal of Business Economics and Management1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Participation in Decentralized Local Governance: Two Contrasting Cases from the Philippines.Rees, C.J; Hossain, F; Risako, S.2008Public Organization Review1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
The Current State of Organization Development: Organizational Perspectives from Western Europe.Rees, C.J; Quijano-Ramos, C.V.2008Organization Development Journal1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Organization Development in the 21st Century, in C. Wankel (ed.) Rees, C.J.2008Handbook of 21st Century Management.3.1.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Changing Jobs, Changing People: Developing Employee Selection Processes in Radical Change Settings.Rees, C.J; Elridge, D2007Estonian Business Review1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Emiratisation as a Strategic HRM Change Initiative. Rees, C.J; Mamman, A; Bin Braik, A.2007Journal of Human Resource Management1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Perception, Stereotyping and Attribution, in A.J. Mills, J.C. Helms-Mills, C. Forshaw, and J. Bratton (eds.) Rees, C.J; Wilson, E.2007Organizational Behaviour in a Global Context.3.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Managerial Perceptions of the HR Function in Sri Lanka: The Impact of Multi-National Companies.Rees, C, J; Mamman, A; Akuratiyagamage, V.2006Journal of Human Resource Management1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Feminism, Gender and Human Resource Development’, in C. Rigg, J. Stewart & K. Trehan (eds.) Rees, C.J; Metcalfe, B.2006Critical Practice of HRD: Connecting Learning, Management and Corporate Ethics.3.1.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
To Change or Not to Change? The Theory Versus the Practice of Organisation Development, in K.B. Akilesh, A. Gurtoo & G.P. Mahapatra (eds.)Rees, C.J.; Barry, P2006Enabling Execution Excellence: A Global Agenda.3.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Australian Managerial Attitudes towards Employee Relations: A Comparison with the British National Survey.Rees, C.J; Mamman, A.2005Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
The Emerging Identity of Women in Post-Soviet Belarus.Rees, C, J; Miazhevich, G.2005Women in Management Review1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)
Theorising Advances in International HRD.Rees, C.J; Metcalfe, D.2005Human Resource Development International1.2.Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School)