Chibuzo Ejiogu is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour. He has previously taught at a range of UK universities. His industry experience includes working in FTSE 100 and multinational organisations across a diverse range of roles. He has won numerous awards for his academic excellence, research and teaching.
He teaches in the areas of HRM, Organisational Behaviour, Strategic Management and Change Management. He uses artistic and creative methods to facilitate learning such as LEGO Serious Play, graphic facilitation, visual storytelling, game-based learning, robotics, spoken word poetry, African traditional oral storytelling, Capoeira, African mbira and other forms of music and art to enhance audience engagement. He was part of a team at the University of Strathclyde that pioneered the ‘scenes and sounds of migration’ seminar series utilising documentary films, dialogue and music to explore and innovatively engage with the complex dynamics of migration.
Chibuzo’s musical poem on the mbira (African thumb piano) as part of an academic research paper on Diaspora Migrant Workers and Development, presented at CURAS 2018 conference:
#BringBackOurGirls: Crying For Chibok and Our Kidnapped Daughters – Poem by Chibuzo Ejiogu:
Chibuzo’s teaching, research and activism are integrated and influenced by his role as a change agent in society, these centre around two main themes:
- "What is the Sound of One Hand Clapping?" - Implications for People, Management and Organizations.
- "Get Up, Stand Up, Stand Up for Your Rights" (Bob Marley) - Implications for Social Movements, Work, Markets and Society.