Professor Jatinder S. Sidhu
- Position: Chair in Strategic Management & Organisation
- Areas of expertise: behavioral strategy; strategic leadership & governance; organizational learning; organizational identity; innovation.
- Email: J.S.Sidhu@leeds.ac.uk
- Phone: +44(0)113 343 0285
- Location: G.16 Charles Thackrah
Dr. Jatinder Sidhu joined the Management Division of LUBS in June 2019. He started his academic career at the Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), Erasmus University, Netherlands, to which he was affliated first as Assistant Professor and then as Associate Professor of Strategic Management. He earned his Ph.D. degree at the Tinbergen Institute, Erasmus School of Economics, Netherlands. He has rich and varied experience as academic administrator, instructor and researcher. He was for many years the Academic Director of the M.Sc. Strategic Management program at RSM, and over the course of his career he has developed and taught a range of undergraduate and graduate courses centering on strategy, organization and innovation. He has supervised more than a 100 M.Sc. theses and has been a member of more than 15 doctoral-thesis committees. His research has appeared in a variety of prestigious journals including, Industrial and Corporate Change, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Product Innovation Management, and Organization Science. He has been the National Representative of the Netherlands (2015-2018) at the European Academy of Management (EURAM), and he serves presently as Associate Editor for European Management Review, EURAM's peer-reviewed journal.
- Subject Group Leader - Strategy & Organization
Jatinder has a keen interest in developing better understanding of how companies manage and balance the demands and expectations of their shareholders and stakeholders, and with what consequences. In this regard, much of his current research centers on the influence CEOs, top management teams, and boards of directors have on the financial performance of firms and firms’ commitment to sustainability and other social goals. He is particularly drawn to studying the impact of corporate leaders’ gender, personalities and values on strategy and innovation in organizations. At a more micro level, his research examines how identity and identification shape organizational decisions, routines and outcomes. His areas of expertise include behavioral strategy, strategic leadership & governance, organizational learning, organizational identity, and innovation.
Current doctoral students:
- Agnieszka Genc, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Netherlands
- Shara Darr, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Netherlands
- Lance Cosaert, Faculty of Economics & Business, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Lisanne Veter, Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Research groups and institutes
- Centre for Technology Innovation and Engagement