Dr Clair Doloriert

Division: Business Studies

Location: Room 2.04, Hen Goleg

Telephone: 01248 38 2158

Email: clair.doloriert@bangor.ac.uk

Profile

Dr Clair Doloriert is an internationally published scholar within the fields of Organisational Learning, Knowledge Management, and Organisational Behaviour. She has an on-going, long-term affiliation with the prestigious CENTRUM Catolicá Business School, Peru in South America [Centrum Catolicá is ranked within the world’s top 100 Business Schools, FT.com]

Clair has a substantial administrative role within the College for Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences at Bangor University. She is the Deputy Senior Tutor for all Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, and she is also 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 maintains links with practitioners within her field through her academic membership with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. She has developed part of L3 and L5 assessment criteria for the CIPD qualification, contributed to course text books (see for example Stewart and Cureton (2015) Designing, Delivering and Evaluating L&D: Essentials for Practice, CIPD: London. 

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 Enterprises for Bangor University; Marketing Director for the Business School’s Management Centre; and finally, Information Officer and Abstractor for the World Banking Abstracts Journal.

Clair is a critico-feminist scholar with research spanning the fields of Organisational Learning, Culture, Change, Knowledge Management, Higher Education, Power and Employee Engagement. She is a keen Autoethnographer and is keen to developing her expertise/ research networks within the areas of critical-feminism, social learning through social media & gaming as an organisational learning intervention.

Clair is currently on the Conference Board for Liverpool Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences and a conference review panel member for Advances in Qualitative Methods and Qualitative Health Research.

She actively reviews for a number of journals including; Leadership Quarterly, Management Learning, Journal of Organizational Ethnography, Journal of Centrum Cathedra, International Journal of Qualitative Methodology, Qualitative Research in Organisation and Management and Qualitative Research in Sports and Exercise.

Qualifications

PGCert in HE, Bangor University, 2010

PhD, University of Wales, 2007

BA Hons Business & Marketing, University of Wales, 2002

Memberships

Academic Associate Member of Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (Ac Assoc CIPD)

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Member of British Academy of Management (BAM)

Member Scholar for the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology

Selected Recent Publications

Sambrook, Jones and Doloriert, (2014) "Employee engagement and autoethnography: Being and studying self", Journal of Workplace Learning, Vol. 26 Iss: 3/4

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

Doloriert, C.H and Whitworth, K (2011) “A comparative case study of knowledge management within UK football clubs”, The Learning Organisation. Vol.18. no 6.,pp 422-437

Vasquez Anduaga, F and Doloriert, C (2011) “Case-study of Internationalisation in Peruvian SMEs”, Journal of Centrum Cathedra, vol.IV. no.1.,pp 77-99

Doloriert, C.H. & Sambrook, S. (2011) “Accommodating an autoethnographic PhD: the tale of the thesis, the viva voce and the traditional Business School”, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, vol (4), no. 4

Books and Chapters

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

Research Reports

Sambrook S, Analoui B & Doloriert C (2011) Engaging students in group work to maximise knowledge sharing, The Higher Education Academy, Learning & Teaching Enhancement Fund, Wales.

Sambrook S, Doloriert C & Stewart J (2009) Doctoral supervision: Towards a typology of supervisory relationships, The University Forum for Human Resource Development (UFHRD) Research report for project funded by honorarium from the University Forum for HRD (UFHRD), and the Business, Management, Accountancy and Finance Subject Centre within the HE Academy (BMAF).

Grant Capture and Projects

Total Awarded: £2.5K (Match funded with Bangor University) £5K 2011
Higher Education Academy “Engaging students in group work to maximise knowledge sharing”
Collaborators: Sally Sambrook and Bejan Analoui, PhD student

Total Awarded: 118K
Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarships (KESS) with SERCO
Collaborators: Sally Sambrook and Charlotte Hall, PhD student

Total Awarded: 36K
125 anniversary bursary funded by Bangor University
Collaborators: Sally Sambrook and Bejan Analoui, PhD student.

Total Awarded: 18K
125 anniversary bursary funded by Bangor University.
Collaborators: Sally Sambrook and Natalie Jones, PhD student.

Total Awarded: £8k
Academic Champion of Enterprise project funded by WAG
Collaborators: Lowri Owen & Ceri Jones (CCO).

Total Awarded: £1K
Research project funded by honorarium from the University Forum for HRD (UFHRD) and (BMAF).
Collaborators: Sally Sambrook (BBS) & Jim Stewart (Leeds Met)

PhD Current Student

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

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”

Teaching

Postgraduate Teaching:

  • ASB4030 Knowledge Management (MBA, MSc, MA)
  • Supervision of postgraduate MA MSc MBA and Exec MBAs.

Undergraduate Teaching:

  • ASB2115 Organisational Learning in a Knowledge Economy
  • ASB2410 Research Methods for Business
  • Supervision of Research Proposals and Dissertations

Prestigious Awards

Sambrook, S., and Doloriert, C.H., UFHRD Teaching and Learning Resource Bank Managing the psychological contract with PhD student toolkit: Best teaching resource award UFHRD 2011

Sambrook, S., Doloriert, C.H., and Stewart, J. (2009) ' Innovative Approaches to Supporting Learning and Teaching in HRD presented at the 10th International Conference on Human Resource Development Across Europe, Newcastle Business School, 10th-12th June, 2009 WON BEST PAPER.

For two consecutive years (2003 and 2004) Clair won the Lloyd Jones award from the National Welsh-American Foundation for her research and active involvement with entrepreneurship within the local area.

Refereed Conference Papers

Hall CM, Doloriert C & Sambrook S (2012) That's not a “proper' ethnography, 7th Annual Joint University of Liverpool Management School and Keele University Institute for Public Policy and Management Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences, University of Liverpool, 29-31 August

Analoui B, Sambrook S & Doloriert C (2012) What's the best way of allocating students to groups to maximise knowledge sharing? 13th International Conference on Human Resource Development Research and Practice across Europe, Universidade Lusiada de Famalicao, Portugal, 23-25 May

Analoui, B.A., Doloriert, C.H., and Sambrook, S (2012) “A Missed Opportunity for Tacit Knowledge Sharing in Academia: A Doctoral Student’s Perspective” Presented at at the Qualitative Research in Management and Organization Conference, Anderson Schools of Management, University of New Mexico, New Mexico, March 2012

Sambrook, S., and Doloriert, C. (2011) Teaching management research and researching management teaching: is there a role for autoethnography?”, The 6th Annual Joint University of Liverpool Management School and Keele University Institute for Public Policy and Management Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences. Ethnography: Theory, Form and Practice, Cardiff Business School Cardiff, UK, 5th – 7th September 2011

Analoui, B., Doloriert, C.H. and Sambrook, S. (2011) “Leadership style and knowledge management activity: An examination of the relationship between leadership styles and knowledge management activity in UK ICT organisations” presented at the 11th EURAM, at Estonian Business School, Tallinn Estonia, 1st-4th June.

Doloriert, C.H and Sambrook, S. (2011) “Introducing a conceptual framework for championing innovation in teaching within Higher Education: An autoethnography of a novice teacher and her champion”, presented at the 12th International Conference on Human Resource Development Across Europe at the University of Gloucester, 25th – 27th of May.

Jones, N., Sambrook., S and Doloriert, C.H.(2010) "Employee engagement in the Welsh public service: An ethnographic approach” presented at the 15th International Research Society for Public Management XV, at Dublin University. April 11th-15th.

Sambrook S, Doloriert C & Stewart J (2010) Doctoral supervision: Towards a typology of supervisory relationships, 11th International Conference on Human Resource Development Research and Practice across Europe, Pecs, Hungary, 2-4 June.