Dr Lucia Garcia-Lorenzo

Dr Lucia Garcia-Lorenzo

Assistant Professor in Organisational Social Psychology

Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science

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Key Expertise
Organisational change and development; organisational culture;

About me

BA, MSc (UPV, Spain); PhD (LSE); PgCert in Group Analysis (IGA), PgCert Business Coaching (HBS); Cpsych; AFBPsS; FRSA. Dr. Garcia trained as an Organizational Psychologist at the Basque Country University, in northern Spain before coming to London to conduct research towards a PhD on Cultural Change in Organizations. After a few years in the corporate world as a co-developer and manager of a publishing start up; she returned to academia through a number of research and consultancy projects focused on change and transitions in organisations in different contexts: from the changes in health promotion and innovation structures in a network of European cities; to the new ways of organising and knowledge strategies emerging after restructuring processes within multinational corporations multinational corporations; NGOs and Small and Medium Size enterprises.

Currently she is looking at the particularly difficult transitions between work, un(der)employment and entrepreneurship that have emerged since the start of the global financial crisis. At PBS, Dr Garcia co-directs the MSc in Organisational and Social Psychology; convenes the specialist graduate option, Knowledge processes in organizations (PS428) and is the coordinator of the Organisational Research Group (ORG). Dr. Garcia also supervises graduate (Msc and PhD) students working in a diversity of areas related to organisations and organisational life. She is a Chartered Psychologist (Cpsych), an Associated Fellow of the British Psychological Society (AFBPsS) and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA).


Expertise Details

Organisational change and development; organisational culture; entrepreneurship; knowledge management; temporary work; unemployment; underemployment


LSE Teaching Prize

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