Lecturer in Business and Management
Stella Nalwanga is a Lecturer (A) in Business and Management at Coventry University London. She holds an MBA in International Business and a PhD in Accounting and Finance from the University of Greenwich. She successfully defended her PhD thesis on the topic of “Early Warning Systems for Banking Crisis with the Inclusion of Corporate Governance.”
Stella’s main duties at Coventry University London include teaching “Working in Global Diverse Teams” and facilitating an excellent learning environment for students. As a module leader for Working in Global Diverse Teams, her duties comprise staying up-to-date with the latest academic and industry trends as well as developing the subject. Furthermore, Stella has led, managed and delivered Business Law at Coventry University London due to her background in Law and Business.
- MBA International Business – University of Greenwich, 2015
- BA Law and Business – University of Greenwich, 2011
Research and Consultancy
Stella is a critical theorist with prime interests in Governance activities and their relationship to social theories like social capital.
Stella’s PhD topic is in “Early Warning Systems for Banking Crisis with the Inclusion of Corporate Governance.” The central aim of this study is to understand how social capital influences the behaviours of boards of directors in the governance of Ugandan banks. In addressing this, the research demonstrates how directors build, develop, and use social capital. Additionally, the research discusses how social capital affects directors’ behaviours, which may ultimately influence the governance of Ugandan banks.
Currently, Stella is working on a paper for the International Journal of Technology with Ekaterina Koroleva and Michel Baggieri on the topic of “Company Performance: Are Environmental, Social and Governance Factors Important?”
- 118LON Working in Global Diverse Teams – Level 4