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Biography

Brian is a business and management academic and scholarly practitioner.  He joined the University of Dundee in 2013 after completing a 4-year Senior Foundation for Management Education/Economic and Social Research Council Fellowship at Stirling Management School, the University of Stirling.   Prior to this, he had a 23-year career with the Royal Air Force (UK Ministry of Defence Fellow (2002)) and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

His research covers the broad spectrum of leadership including its history and the current state of the field.  In detail, he is very interested in: leadership as a public good (drawing on the work of John Dewey) and its relationship to sustainability and social movements; leadership in mutuals and cooperatives; and developing contemporary models of leadership, particularly in the areas of mission leadership and empowerment.  Sectors of interest include the public and thirds sectors (notably health and social care) and elite professional football.  He is the co-editor and co-author of Public and Third Sector Leadership: Experience Speaks (Emerald). 

As a Foundation for Management Education Fellow, he is very interested in rigour and notably relevance in the area of knowledge exchange and impact. He is invited regularly by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow to deliver non-clinical education in the areas of leadership, management, educational delivery and human factors.  He is also a regular lecturer (on leadership) to the Scottish Football Association (SFA) (UEFA Professional-License) – as a result of this work, he has designed the SFA Leadership Development Strategy for coach education from UEFA B License to UEFA Professional License.

He has extensive operational experience (prior to and in academia) ― at the University of Stirling, he implemented (and was founding Programme Director of) the NHS Scotland Management Training Scheme MSc programme in Leadership and Healthcare Management and the University of Stirling MBA in Finance with Foreign Trade University in Hanoi, Vietnam.  He was recruited to Dundee as Director of MBA Programmes in the Graduate School of Natural Resources, Law Policy and Management.  He was subsequently asked to look after all Management programme in the Graduate School.  He is currently Chair of the Pan-Dundee Health and Social Care Leadership Governance and Change Group.

He was a full Council Member of the Foundation for Management Education, a current Non-Executive Member of the Medical Directorate within NHS Scotland (previous Board Member of the Anaesthesia and Emergency Medicine Specialty Training Board and now the Surgical Specialty Training Board), and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

Teaching

CP51035:  Management in Natural Resources Sector

CP52055:  Project Management Process

CP52041:  Business Strategy in the Extrcative Industries

CP52044:  Strategic Management and Organisational Analysis

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Edinburgh

Master of Philosophy, Heriot-Watt University

Master of Business Administration, Heriot-Watt University

Bachelor of Science in Engineering, University of Edinburgh

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Research Output 2010 2018

Eroding respectability: Deprofessionalization through organizational spaces

Siebert, S., Bushfield, S., Martin, G. & Howieson, W. 2018 In : Work, Employment and Society. 32, 2, p. 330-347 18 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
deprofessionalization
profession
alienation
erosion
social isolation

Learning to be a professional football manager: A Bourdieusian perspective

Howieson, W. & Morrow, S. 22 Mar 2018 In : Managing Sport and Leisure.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

transform
learning
education
Managers
Education

How do elite doctors respond to tensions in hybrid healthcare organizations?

Martin, G., Siebert, S., Howieson, W. & Bushfield, S. Aug 2017 Academy of Management Proceedings 2017. United States: Academy of Management, Vol. 1, 40 p. 11574. (Academy of Management Proceedings)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

elite
labor force
accommodation
public service
profession
1 Citations

The challenges of leadership in the third sector

Hodges, J. & Howieson, W. Feb 2017 In : European Management Journal. 35, 1, p. 69-77 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Third sector
Uniqueness
Economic change
Political change
Open Access
File
Metaphor
Scotland
Delivery of Health Care
Ownership
National Health Programs