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Dr. Emmanuel Tenakwah is a Lecturer at the Asia Pacific College of Business and Law. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Newcastle where he researched the diffusion of transferred human resource management practices in Multi-national Enterprises. He also lectured at the University of Newcastle and Excelsia College, Sydney, before joining APCBL. Before enrolling for a Ph.D. he was a teaching/research assistant at the University of Ghana. He has taught various courses such as Human Resource Management, International Business Strategy, Globalisation, Change management, Organisational Behaviour and Design, Leadership theory, Applied Management, Corporate Social responsibility and sustainability, and Principles of Management. He has accumulated over eight years of teaching and research experience at the university level and participated in several workshops and conferences, including the prestigious Henley International Business Masterclasses (Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK). He is a member of the Academy of Management (AOM), Academy of International Business (AIB), and the International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM). He has also received several international and local awards, including the Alan Rugman Memorial Award at the University of Reading, UK, and the Excellence in Learning and Teaching Award (Excelsia College, Sydney). His research interests are HR practices diffusion, Cross-cultural Management, Expatriate Management, and Corporate social responsibility.


Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Newcastle


Award Date: 13 Sept 2021

University of Reading


Award Date: 18 May 2018

Master, University of Ghana


Award Date: 31 Jul 2015

Bachelor, University of Ghana


Award Date: 31 May 2012


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