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Research Interests

At the individual level, Dr Alim Beveridge study perceived prosocial impact and its relationship to the meaningfulness of work and employee well-being and resilience. Another stream of his research focuses on extraordinary commitment by organizations to furthering the welfare of external stakeholders, which he has called “organizational benevolence”. Dr Alim Beveridge seeks to understand what makes this possible, employing a multilevel perspective. His research in this area encompasses corporate social responsibility (CSR) and environmental stewardship practices, social innovations, decision-making and ethics, and draws on institutional theory, the diffusion of practices and organizational identity.

Research interests   

  • Corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability
  • Diffusion and translation of practices and concepts
  • Resilience
  • Perceived social impact
  • Meaningfulness of work
  • Social networks

Personal profile

‘Alim Beveridge holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Case Western University’s Weatherhead School of Management, an M.A. in Education and B.S. in Computer Science, both from Stanford University. In addition to his regular teaching and research duties, he teaches in the NUBS China executive education program. Before beginning his academic career he held a wide variety of positions in IT, training and e-learning, international development and consulting. He has also worked as a career coach. His most recent consulting work has focused on organizational change and sustainability. He has often employed Appreciative Inquiry (AI) in his consulting to help organizations discover their strengths and assets, create a compelling vision of a desired future and empower change from within. His former consulting clients include businesses, non-profit organizations and educational institutions.

Teaching

Dr. Beveridge currently teaches the final-year undergraduate module Business Ethics and Sustainability and advanced courses on research methods at the postgraduate level. He has also taught MBA courses on business ethics, corporate responsibility and organizational behavior, and executive education courses on leadership development and cross-cultural management. His dedication to excellence as an educator has been recognized with a Lord Dearing Award, the University of Nottingham’s highest teaching award.

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