- Management and Organisational Behaviour
- Business Internship
- Change Management
- Strategic Management
- business development
- regional development
- blended learning
- work integrated learning
Dr Wayne Graham is a lecturer in Management in the School of Business, and is the program coordinator for Management and Human Resource Management.
Wayne has presented his research at national and international conferences and he has published his research in peer-reviewed journals. Additionally, he has co-authored three case studies for an Australian strategic management textbook.
As well as working in higher education, Wayne has worked in the vocational education sector, the automotive industry and local government.
- Fellow, Australian Institute of Management
Honours and HDR supervision
- Bianka Sabert, Honours, 'Performance Evaluation Practices at an International Non-Profit Organisation', conferred 2014
- Emma Bowis, Honours, 'Succession Planning in Australian Local Government', conferred 2014
|Project name||Investigators||Funding body||Year||Focus|
|Evaluating the flipped classroom||Dr Jane Taylor, Dr Rachel Cole, Julie-Anne Foster, Dr Mary Kynn, Dr Wayne Graham||C-SALT||2015||Mapping and evaluating the flipped classroom at USC: Integrative learning and teaching|
|PIVOTAL Leadership||Dr Sue Simon, Dr Wayne Graham, Associate Professor Michael Christie, Associate Professor Karen Noble and Associate Professor Jane Summers||National Office of Learning and Teaching||2014||Innovative curriculum design and enhanced postgraduate learning experiences for school leaders|
|Expansive Learning Leadership Initiative||Dr Wayne Graham and Mrs Michelle Gray||Expansive Learning Leadership Initiative||2014||Evaluation of a group PATS program to develop future learning and teaching leaders|
|Publication Completion Grant||Dr Wayne Graham||Faculty of Arts and Business, USC||2013||Assistance for submission of research papers to peer-reviewed journals|
|Engagement Research Support Grant||Dr Wayne Graham, Professor Mike Clements, Professor Mike Hefferan and Mr Graham Young||Office of Engagement, USC||2013||Determining characteristics that enable universities to engage with their communities|