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Dr Noelia-Sarah Reynolds

Senior Lecturer
EBS - Management and Marketing
Dr Noelia-Sarah Reynolds
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 874446

  • Location

    EBS.3.15, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    You can find details of Academic Support hours on the EBS UG and PG information page on Moodle or by calling EBS Student Services on 01206873911

Profile

Biography

My current research looks at storytelling during mergers and acquisitions particularly focusing om emotions and trust. I am also presently exploring the use of new technology such as blogs and webcasts during organisational change processes. As part of these research projects I am working with colleagues in Finland, France and the UK.

Qualifications

  • BA (Hons) International Business Management, University of Northumbria

  • MSc Marketing and Strategy, University of Warwick

  • PhD, University of Warwick

  • Postgraduate Award: Introduction to Academic and Professional Practice, University of Warwick

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Organisational change and mergers and acquisitions

Open to supervise

Sensemaking

Open to supervise

Sustainable organisational growth

Open to supervise

Current research

storytelling during mergers and acquisitions

use of new technology such as blogs and webcasts during organisational change processes

Conferences and presentations

Schnurr, N; Teerikangas, S (2013) Exploring ethnographic approaches in the study of M&A. In: (Proceedings) British Academy of Management. Liverpool

Liverpool, United Kingdom, 2013

Paper presented at 28th EGOS Colloquium, Helsinki, Finland (Paper title: Successful designing of mergers and acquisitions: Emotions and identification of top managers during international mergers and acquisitions)

Helsinki, Finland, 2012

Paper presented at Warwick, Oxford and Cambridge Spring Doctoral Conference, April 2011, The University of Warwick, Coventry (Paper title: Emotional worlds during mergers and acquisitions)Paper presented at Warwick, Oxford and Cambridge Spring Doctoral Conference, April 2010, The University of Cambridge, Cambridge (Paper title: The emotions of change - What do stories tell us about individual emotional experiences of change?)

Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2011

Schnurr, Noelia-Sarah (2011), From emotional experiences to realities - An investigation into emotions and emotional patterns in mergers and acquisitions, In; (Proceedings) British Academy of Management, Birmingham

Birmingham, United Kingdom, 2011

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Introduction to Management and Marketing (BE400)

  • Strategy (BE857)

Previous supervision

Feyishola Omowunmi Ayenuyo
Feyishola Omowunmi Ayenuyo
Thesis title: Collective Actions for Poverty Reduction in Nigeria and South Africa: Exploring the Perspectives of Elites and the Poor
Degree subject: Management Studies
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 30/4/2020
Lucill Joan Curtis
Lucill Joan Curtis
Thesis title: Digital Organisational Storytellers: Online Marketing as Identity Work
Degree subject: Management Studies
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 6/7/2017
Le Bo
Le Bo
Thesis title: A Neo-Gramscian Perspective on Varieties of Environmental Governance: Hegemonic Struggles in China's Rare Earth Industry
Degree subject: Management Studies
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 22/2/2016

Publications

Journal articles (6)

Bo, L., Boehm, S. and Reynolds, N-S., (2019). Organizing the environmental governance of the rare-earth industry: China’s passive revolution. Organization Studies. 40 (7), 1045-1071

Hassett, ME., Reynolds, NS. and Sandberg, B., (2018). The emotions of top managers and key persons in cross-border M & As: Evidence from a longitudinal case study. International Business Review. 27 (4), 737-754

Biehl, B. and Reynolds, NS., (2018). Chicks with Sticks: Becoming a Business School Guerilla Knitter. Organizational Aesthetics. 7 (1)

Reynolds, NS. and Teerikangas, S., (2016). The international experience in domestic mergers – Are purely domestic M&A a myth?. International Business Review. 25 (1), 42-50

Reynolds, N-S., (2015). Making sense of new technology during organisational change. New Technology, Work and Employment. 30 (2), 145-157

Stahl, GK., Angwin, DN., Very, P., Gomes, E., Weber, Y., Tarba, SY., Noorderhaven, N., Benyamini, H., Bouckenooghe, D., Chreim, S., Durand, M., Hassett, ME., Kokk, G., Mendenhall, ME., Mirc, N., Miska, C., Park, KM., Reynolds, N-S., Rouzies, A., Sarala, RM., Seloti, SL., Søndergaard, M. and Yildiz, HE., (2013). Sociocultural Integration in Mergers and Acquisitions: Unresolved Paradoxes and Directions for Future Research. Thunderbird International Business Review. 55 (4), 333-356

Book chapters (1)

Teerikangas, S. and Reynolds, N., (2018). Reflecting on the use of ethnographic methods in the study of mergers. In: Advances in Mergers and Acquisitions. Editors: Cooper, CL. and Finkelstein, S., . Emerald. 1- 29. 978-1-78756-136-6

Grants and funding

2019

Making RGH Rubber & Plastics a more efficient, productive and change-ready business

RGH Rubber & Plastics Ltd

2018

The Role of Social Capital Among Entrepreneurs in Marginalised Communities in South Africa

British Academy

Contact

nschnurr@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 874446

Location:

EBS.3.15, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

You can find details of Academic Support hours on the EBS UG and PG information page on Moodle or by calling EBS Student Services on 01206873911