Dr. Tina Bass

Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management
Employability Lead
Internationalisation Champion

School of Strategy and Leadership
Coventry University
Priory Street

William Morris Building
Room: WM411

Telephone: 02476887688
Email: bsx178@coventry.ac.uk



Tina has spent a large part of her adult life as both a student and a lecturer. As a result she has developed a passionate interest in both the study and practice of pedagogy.


  • Pg.Cert., Learning and Teaching, Coventry University
  • M.B.A., Business, Coventry University
  • P.G.Dip., Management Studies, Coventry University
  • Pg.Cert., Management, Coventry University
  • B.SocSc., Public Policy Making and Administration, Birmingham University

Research Interests:

  • Managing Change
  • Employability
  • Pedagogy

Selected Outputs:

  • Bass, T. (2008) Mouthings (a book of conversations). Intercapillary Editions. Available from http://intercapillaryspace.blogspot.com
  • Bass, T. (2007) Mechanical Expressions. Surrey: Writers' Forum
  • Bass, T. (2007) 'Ethical Reviewing'. The Journal 18
  • Bass, T. (2007) 'Challenging taken-for-granteds: Teaching students to manage change'. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management 7 (7), 41-47. Available from http://ijm.cgpublisher.com/
  • Bass, T. (2006) Fat Man Dancing (individual poetry collection). Nottingham: Poetry Monthly Press
  • Bass, T. (2006) 'Editorial'. Poetry Monthly (tenth anniversary edition) 121
  • Bass, T. (2006) 'Online Study Guides in ‘Leadership’ and ‘Problem Solving’'. In The Business Students’ Handbook: Learning Skills for Study and Employment. Ed. by Cameron, S.
  • Bass, T. (2006) 'Online Study Guides in ‘Leadership’ and ‘Problem Solving’'. In Developing Essential Study Skills. Ed. by Payne, E. and Whittaker, L.
  • Shadforth, T., and Harvey, B. (2004) 'Competing paradigms of supervising research: Choices and challenges in higher education'. Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies (ECRM), 'Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies'. Held in Reading. Academic Conferences International, 325-330
  • Shadforth, T., and Harvey, B. (2004) 'The Undergraduate Dissertation: Subject-centred or student-centred?'. Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods 2 (2), 145-152. Available from http://www.ejbrm.com

Selected Professional Activities:

  • 2012: Paper Reviewer, Business and Management Conference
  • 2010-present: Assistant Director, Writers' Forum, London
  • 2005: Visiting Lecturer: Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, Coventry, 'Managing Change in Organisations' (Seminar for MA Peace and Reconciliation)


  • Module Leader, Managing Change (undergrad year 3)
  • Module Leader, Advancing Career Development (undergrad year 3)
  • Module Leader, Career Development (undergrad year 2)
  • Module Leader, Studying Organisations (undergrad year 2)
  • Seminar Leader, Information Skills and Personal Development (undergrad year 1)

Other Responsibilities:

  • 2012-present: Link Tutor for ISITECH (Mauritius)
  • Strategic Support (Internationalisation) (2011-present) to support Subject Head in promoting all aspects of internationalisation within the Strategy and Management Subject Group
  • 2011-present: Link Tutor for KPTM (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
  • 2007-present: Employability Tutor/Lead for Strategy and Management (undergrad business programmes)
  • Academic Personal Tutor (all years)
  • Supervising Honours projects
  • Supervising Postgraduate projects
  • Part of supervisory team for a PhD student
  • Mentor, Pg.Cert in Higher Education Professional Practice
  • Initial development of integrated assessment for undergraduate programmes
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