Associate Professor George A. Shinkle has dedicated much of his international business (27 years) and academic career (10 years) to understanding and analysing the strategic management of organisations. He facilitates courses in the AGSM Executive MBA and Executive Education programs. He integrates years of real-world experience with academic theory to provide relevant, yet evidence-based perspectives. His teaching areas include strategic management, business strategy, organisational transformation, and strategy implementation.
A. Prof Shinkle has been recognised for his learning and teaching efforts:
• 2019 ANZAM Innovative Management Educator Award
• 2018 UNSW University Award for Teaching Excellence – Category: Design or Development of Programs
• 2018 UNSW Business School Certificate for Outstanding Teaching Innovation
• 2017 UNSW Arc PostGraduate Research Council Supervisor Award
• 2014 AGSM Executive Education: Outstanding Faculty Facilitator Award
• 2012 UNSW School of Management Teaching Mentorship Award
• 2008 Teaching Award Purdue University (USA) – Krannert Certificate for Distinguished Teaching
A. Prof Shinkle's research investigates strategic goal setting, strategic agility, strategy development, and strategy implementation - particularly in turbulent environments. He publishes in top tier journals and has received a prestigious 3-year ARC Research Award (DECRA).
A. Prof Shinkle's research targets the nexus between strategic management and organisation theory - encompassing economic institutional theory, strategic choice theory, and aspirations (organisational goal-setting). He studies cross-country contexts to enlighten these topics. A. Prof Shinkle's research has been published in the Journal of International Business Studies, the Journal of World Business, the Strategic Management Journal, the Journal of Business Venturing, the Journal of Business Ethics, Organizational Dynamics, and the Journal of Management.
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Learning and Teaching
- student learning
- peer review of curriculum
- formative peer observation of teaching
- convening a course
- integrating technologies into learning and teaching
- general teaching methods
Learning and Teaching Awards
- development of an application for a faculty learning and teaching award
- development of an application for a UNSW Award for Teaching
- development of an application for a national learning and teaching award
- feedback on a journal article
- feedback on a conference paper
- reviewing a journal article
- how to establish and build networks
- how to decide on career priorities
- supporting critical reflection through listening and asking questions
- executive education
Conditions for mentoring facilitation
- one-on-one mentoring
- 1-2 mentees at any stage
Academic level of potential mentees
- Any level
Willing to mentor within my discipline and/or across disciplines.