Oghenero S. Ibuje

PhD - The Learning Organisation: An Exploratory Study of Sustainable Learning Model Appropriate for Non-profit Organisations.

York Business School - Research Student

E: o.ibuje@yorksj.ac.uk

Oghenero Ibuje

Further Information

Background

I am currently an early PhD Researcher at the York Business School and an Assoc. member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. Prior to my doctoral research, I have had over five years of experience in deploying congruence human resource functions such as recruitment and selection, learning and talent development strategies and performance management across organisations. These include work as an instrumental HR collaborator in the Nigeria for-profit sector and the United Kingdom non-profit sector. Also, I have worked as a junior secondary school tutor as part of the compulsory one-year Nigerian Youth Service Corps.

Research

PhD Thesis - The Learning Organisation: An Exploratory Study of Sustainable Learning Model Appropriate for Non-profit Organisations.

Supervisors: Dr Serge Koukpaki and Dr George Boak

My proposed doctoral research is a study that focuses on a sustainable learning model appropriate for organisations within the non-profit sector. The motivation for researching within this sector is because of issues related to non-profit organisations sustainability. Also, because of the increased scholarly concerns for empirical research on the learning organisation concept to be undertaken from an inclusive perspective. Some experts are of the view that studies conducted from this theoretic position could offer deeper insights on links between concept and valued organisational outcomes, such as efficiency and sustainability. On this basis, the expected findings of my proposed research project could advance knowledge on the learning organisation concept.

 

I have a broad interest in the following research areas:

  • Learning as a relevant organisation process.
  • Exploring the linkage(s) between ideas of the learning organisation and valued organisational outcomes ascribed.

 

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