Dr Mislav Radic

Dr Mislav Radic

ESRC Post Doctoral Fellow

Department of Management

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Key Expertise
Organisational Change, Organisational Identity, Privatisations

About me

Dr. Mislav Radic is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Management. He is also a visiting lecturer at Imperial College Business School. He holds a PhD in Management from Cass Business School, City, University of London. His research lies at the intersection between organizational and social change. First, he is interested in the internal dynamics of organizational change. Exploring this in a variety of change processes led him to focus on concepts such as organizational identity, culture, sensemaking and sensegiving. Second, he is interested in the dynamics of public-private relationships. This he explores in the context of privatizations, public-private partnerships and platform companies. His analyses strategies combine qualitative methods (e.g., grounded theory; qualitative comparative analysis), alongside computational text analysis techniques (e.g., topic modelling) to explore change over time.

His research has been published or is forthcoming in the Journal of Management and the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology. He is the recipient of the ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship with the ‘industrial strategy steer’ for his project “Rethinking Privatisations: Exploring the Potential of Hybrid Organising in the Railway Sector”. The project is conducted in collaboration with the Rail Delivery Group, with an aim to explore how railway companies can engage in hybrid organising – successfully combining aspects of public and private organisational forms.

In addition to academic research, Mislav has worked as a consultant for a number of private and public sector organisations and is an active member of the World Economic Forum's Global Shapers community with which he has worked on a variety of projects.

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Organisational Behaviour Research Group 

Expertise Details

Strategic Management and Organisation Theory; Organisational Change; Organisational Identity; Organisational Culture; Hybrid Organisations; Privatisations and Public-Private Partnerships; Corporate Social Responsibility; Qualitative Research Methods