Dr Clair Doloriert

Division: Business Studies

Location: Room 2.04, Hen Goleg

Telephone: 01248 38 2158

Email: clair.doloriert@bangor.ac.uk

Profile

Teaching

Dr Clair Doloriert is a teacher and scholar at Bangor Business School. She has been working within a research, teaching and administrative capacity within the business school since 2007. Currently Clair’s focus is on teaching and scholarship.  In the 2017 University Graduation Ceremony, Clair was recognised for her Excellence and Innovation in Teaching and was awarded a Bangor University Teaching Fellowship. Clair is Module Leader on ASB2115 Organisational Learning in a Knowledge Economy (2nd year UG), ASB3103 Human Resource Management (3rd year UG), ASB4431 Organisations and People (PG, MBA), ASB4030 Knowledge Management (PG, MBA), Management Research – [January] (PG MBA) and the Corporate Strategy module ASB4901 for the prestigious Chartered Banker MBA run by The Management Centre.

Current PhD Students           

Clair is currently supervising 6 PhD students and is not looking to take on any further students at the present time.

Lead Supervisor

Audrey Jones, “Psychological contract of Hospice Nurses and NHS Nurses”

Bukola Adetonwa “Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning in Industry”

Owen Powell “Organisational Sense-Making within worker co-operatives”

Elizabeth De Benn Rockson “Acculturalisation in Higher Education”

Co-Supervisor

Prachandra Shaker “knowledge sharing, innovations and faster payments systems”

Tuan Ta “Stakeholder approach to understanding mobile payments”

Recent PhD Completions

Natalie Jones “Employee Engagement in the Welsh Public Sector”

Bejan Analoui, “Knowledge Management and Leadership within Higher Education”

Charlotte Hall “Exploring Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Public Service Provision: The Role of Organizational Culture”

Administration

Clair has a substantial administrative role within the College for Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences at Bangor University. She is currently the Head of the Business and Management teaching group on the School Teaching and Learning Committee. Further to this she is the Quality Assurance and Validation Officer for all Bangor Business School Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes. She has active roles with programme and module validation of affiliate programmes in sister institutions such as Coleg Llandrillo, and across the College of Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences.

Clair has had a diverse number of roles including: Deputy Director for Centre for Business Research,Deputy/Senior Personal Tutor for all BBS students; Editorial Board member for Bangor Business School working paper series; Academic Champion of Enterprise for Bangor University; Marketing Director for the Business School’s Management Centre; and Information Officer and Abstractor for the World Banking Abstracts Journal.

Professional Links

Clair maintains links with practitioners within her field through her academic membership with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. She is an Academic Associate of the CIPD, and has developed part of L3 and L5 assessment criteria for the CIPD qualification, contributed to course text books (see bibliography below)

Qualifications

PGCert in HE, Bangor University, 2010

PhD, University of Wales, 2007

BA Hons Business & Marketing, University of Wales, 2002

Memberships and Awards

Bangor University Teaching Fellow 2017

CELT award recognising excellence in Supervision 2016

Academic Associate Member of CIPD (Ac Assoc CIPD)  2011

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Selected Recent Publications

Sambrook, Jones and Doloriert, (2014) "Employee engagement and autoethnography: Being and studying self", Journal of Workplace Learning, Vol. 26 Iss: ¾

Analoui, B., Sambrook, S and Doloriert, C (2013) "Engaging students in group work to maximise tacit knowledge sharing and use", The International Journal of Management Education.

Analoui, B.A., Doloriert, C.H., Sambrook., S. (2013) “Leadership and knowledge management in UK ICT organisations”, Journal of Management Development., Vol 32., No.1, pp4-17

Doloriert, C., Sambrook, S., and Stewart, J. (2012) “Power and emotion in doctoral supervision: implications for HRD”, European Journal of Training and Development, Vol. 36,. No 7, pp732-750

Doloriert, C and Sambrook, S (2012) “Organisational autoethnography”, Journal of Organizational Ethnography, Vol. 1., No.1, pp83-95 INAGURAL EDITION

Recent Books, Chapters and Thesis

Doloriert, Boulton and Sambrook (2017) “Facilitating Collective and Social Learning”, Ebooks for the L5 Studying Learning and Development Optional Modules, CIPD Kogan-Page

Doloriert, Stewart and Sambrook (2015) Individual and Collective Learning, chapter in Jim Stewart and Petr Cureton (Eds) Designing, Delivering and Evaluating L&D: Essentials for Practice, CIPD: London.

Doloriert, C & Sambrook, S (2013) Accomodating an Autoethnographic PhD in "Autoethnography" (Ed) Pat Sikes, Vol 2. London: Sage

Roberts, C. H. (2007) “Intraprelearning within two Welsh Trusts: An Autoethnography” unpublished Ph.D thesis, University of Wales

Recent Grant Awards

Doloriert, C ESRC IAA Knowledge Exchange Fellowship to Support Innovation and Learning in North Wales Police - £40K grant awarded June 2016