Dr. Randhir Auluck
Associate Head of School, Enterprise and Commercial
PL in International Human Resource Management
Dr Randhir Auluck is Associate Head of School: Enterprise and Commercial and PL in International HRM. She manages a team responsible for CPD, consultancy, knowledge transfer, and external programmes. In this role, she has set up the School’s Business Advisory Group and contributed to the development of the Faculty’s Enterprise and Commercial portfolio strategy, and some of the projects she is working on include a major leadership development programme for Highways England, UNITE Student Accommodation, and the West Midlands Police. She is also Principal Lecturer in International HRM she teaches on a variety of human resource management and leadership programmes. She currently supervises six PhD students and is external international examiner for at the University of Kwazulu Natal in South Africa. She is a Working Group Co-Director: Public Service Reform for the International Association of Institutes and Schools of Administration (IASIA).
- PhD: University of Warwick Business School, UK
- M.A. in Social Policy and Social Work, and Certificate of Qualification in Social Work (CQSW), University of York , UK
- B.A. (Hons) Sociology and Social Anthropology, University of Hull, UK
- Leadership and Leadership Development
- Political leadership and ethical behaviour
- The Status of the HRD Profession
Outputs and Publications
- Auluck, R. (2014) ‘Establishing Learning Needs’. in Designing, Delivering and Evaluating Learning Needs. Ed. by Stewart, J., and Cureton, P. London: CIPD
- Auluck, R., and Levin, R. (2008) ‘Developing Global Public Servants for Good Governance and Sustainable Development’. in Global Governance and the Human Factor. Ed. by D. Argyriades, D. IIAS-UNDP.
- Auluck, R. (2007) ‘Mere Nip and Tuck? Training and Development’s Changing Role’. Industrial and Commercial Training 39 (1), 27-34. Available from http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/00197850710721372
- Auluck, R. (2006) ‘The Human Resource Development Function: the ambiguity of its status in UK public sector organisations’. International Review of Administrative Sciences 72 (1), 27-41.
- Auluck, R., Chimungeni, S., and Maycock, E. (2016) ‘Tribal affiliation and gender: Their influence on work life balance practice in a Kenyan telecoms company’. British Academy of Management Conference. Held 6-8 September 2016 in Newcastle, UK.
- Auluck, R., Chimungeni, S., and Maycock, E. (2016) ‘A Study on the Experiences and Perspectives of Line Managers on Work Life Balance in Kenyan Public Sector Organisations’. IIAS-IASIA International Conference. Held 20-23 September 2016 in Chengdu, China.
- Auluck, R., and Okolai, J. (2016) ‘Managing Organisational Change from a Gendered Approach’. IIAS-IASIA International Conference. Held 20-23 September 2016 in Chengdu, China.
- Auluck, R., Puplampu, B., and Maycock, E. (2016) ‘A Critical Review of the Outcomes of Performance-related Pay (PRP) Practices within the Public Sector’. IIAS-IASIA International Conference. Held 20-23 September 2016 in Chengdu, China.
- Auluck, R., Puplampu, B., and Maycock, E. (2016) ‘The Rationale behind the Introduction of PRP in the Public Sector: A Critical Review’. IIAS-IASIA International Conference. Held 20-23 September 2016 in Chengdu, China.
- Auluck, R. (2015) ‘Does Size Matter: the UK Combined Authorities Agenda’. International Management and Public Policy conference. Held August 2015 in Kampala, Uganda.
- Auluck, R. (2014) ‘Good Governance’. IASIA International conference. Held 30 June-4 July 2014 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Invited Plenary Address
- M40HRM: International HRM
- M35HRM: Leadership and Management
Areas of expertise:
- International and comparative HRM
- Public sector reform