Major research projects
View the major research projects School of Management staff are currently involved in.
Being at the cutting edge of research is important at School of Management, not only for its own sake but also because it helps us stay ahead of conventional management practice. Our focus on producing high-quality, original research enables us to offer a great deal for those we advise, be they students, executives, community leaders or organisations.
The School of Management has an active research environment. Our School staff have a wide range of research interests and are currently involved in several major research projects. These include:
- Spearhead 1: Building NZ's Innovation Capacity, Science for Technological Innovation National Science Challenge
- Phase 1: $2,700,000 2015 - 2019
- Phase 2: $5,000,000 2019 - 2024
- Building Our Productivity ($400,000/year, 2007-2011; $1.6M total funding)
- Competitive Advantage New Zealand ($250,000/year, 2003-2009; $1.5M total funding
- Developing Human Capability ($440,000/year, 2003-2008; $2.2M total funding)
- Innovation in NZ Tourism Through Improved Distribution Channels ($320,000/year, 2002-2007; $1.6M total funding)
- Experiences and Legacies of the Rugby World Cup 2011 Volunteer Programme ($39,698, 2011-2012)
- Future Maker ($230,000/year, 2009-2012; $836,000 total funding)