Dr Zlatko Bodrožić
- Position: Lecturer in Information Management
- Areas of expertise: Digital transformation; evolution of organizations; organization and sustainability; innovation; organization development; digital technologies; organization theory; neo-Schumpeterian theory
- Email: Z.Bodrozic@leeds.ac.uk
- Phone: +44(0)113 343 1662
- Location: 1.31 Charles Thackrah
- Website: LinkedIn | Googlescholar | Researchgate
PhD, University of Helsinki (Center for Activity Theory and Developmental Work Research)
Certificate for Higher Education, University of Hamburg
MSc, University of Hamburg
Dr. Zlatko Bodrožić is a Lecturer in Information Management at Leeds University Business School. As in his dissertation on the evolution of organisational change interventions, his work prioritizes the combination of theory and practice.
As a consultant and business coach, Zlatko has addressed complex organisational change projects for various clients (e.g., businesses in various industries, including Airbus and various IT firms, as well as public-sector and non-profit organisations). In parallel with his consultancy work, he has taught at the Universities of Bonn, Hanover and Milan. Since 2008, he has attracted over 200,000 in research funding. If you are interested in collaborative projects on digital transformation or sustainability, please contact Zlatko.
At the European Group of Organizational Studies conferences (2021-2024), he acts as co-coordinator of the Standing Working Group "Organization Studies in the Anthropocene: System Change, not Climate Change".
Zlatko is interested in supervising postgraduate researchers with a focus on digital transformation and/or the sustainability of societies. For opportunities for prospective postgraduate researchers see more information here: https://phd.leeds.ac.uk/project/421-digital-transformation-in-the-anthropocene
In December 2019, Zlatko received the Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence.
Zlatko's research focuses on the evolution of technologies, organisational paradigms/ management models, and public policy (see for example Administrative Science Quarterly, March 2018). In particular, he is interested in digital transformation and the sustainability of societies. His current research interests include:
- The interplay of digital technologies, evolving management and organisation concepts, and the overall institutional and public policy framework;
- The use of engaged scholarship approaches such as the Change Laboratory method to study and support the digital transformation of organisations and the transformation of society towards sustainability;
- The evolution of key concepts that are used to guide technological, organizational, and institutional innovation;
- Understanding the systemic nature of the climate emergency and exploring alternative systems for a world beyond environmental crisis.
- European Group for Organizational Studies
- Academy of Management
I am involved in teaching modules related to the following topics:
Managing Innovation and Technology;
Research groups and institutes
- Adaptation Information Management and Technology
- Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change