Adelaide Business School
Faculty of the Professions
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Marilyn Clarke joined the Business School at the beginning of 2009 as a Senior Lecturer in the Management discipline.
During her 20 year teaching career she has taught in the management discipline across all three universities in South Australia; University of SA, Flinders University and University of Adelaide. She has extensive teaching experience at undergraduate and postgraduate level, both locally and offshore in Singapore and Hong Kong.
Prior to her academic career she worked for Telstra in a range of functional areas including internal audit, business planning, marketing and HR. She has also worked in HR at the University of SA and as a business consultant.
Marilyn's research interests include careers, career identity, employability and the impact of generational differences on career decisions and work patterns. In recent years she has worked with several aged care organisations exploring careers within the community aged care workforce.
Date Position Institution name 2009 Senior Lecturer University of Adelaide 2000 - 2008 Lecturer University of South Australia 1998 - 1998 HR Project Manager UniSA 1997 - 1999 Business Consultant Kingston Clarke Consulting 1988 - 1999 Casual Lecturer UniSA and Flinders Universities 1986 - 1987 Business Planning Telstra 1985 - 1986 Internal Auditor Telstra 1984 - 1985 Staff Training and Development Telstra
Date Institution name Country Title — University of South Australia Australia PhD — South Australian Institute of Technology Australia Grad Dip Business Administration — University of Adelaide Australia BA (Hons)
Year Citation 2014 Clarke, M., & Patrickson, M. (2014). Human resource management in Australia. In A. Varma, & P. Budhwar (Eds.), Managing human resources in Asia-Pacific (2 ed., pp. 223-241). United States: Routledge.
2011 Clarke, M. (2011). Sustainable HRM: A New Approach to People Management. In M. Clarke (Ed.), Readings in HRM and Sustainability (1 ed., pp. 1-7). Australia: Tilde University Press. 2011 Clarke, M. (2011). Downsizing practices for sustainable HRM. In M. Clarke (Ed.), Readings in HRM and Sustainability (1 ed., pp. 100-116). Australia: Tilde University Press. 2011 Dawson, P., & Zanko, M. (2011). Social innovation at work: Sustainable OHS in HRM. In M. Clarke (Ed.), Readings in HRM and Sustainability (pp. 82-99). Prahan Victoria: Tilde University Press.
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2016 Principal Supervisor Women in Leadership in Australia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mrs Syeda Nuzhat E Ibrat 2015 Principal Supervisor The Impact of The Transition To Ecological Sustainability on Employment and The Nature of Work Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Peter Bryant Mylius-Clark
Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2012 - 2015 Principal Supervisor Exploring the Role of Employer Brand Equity in the Labour Market:
Differences between Existing Employee and Job Seeker Perceptions
Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Sultan Alshathry 2010 - 2014 Co-Supervisor Knowledge in Collectives of Experts: Exposing the Role of Social Processes in Developing and Sustaining Expert Knowledge Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Sasikala Rathnappulige
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