Ph.D. in Organisational Management
Griffith University, Australia
Professor Daniel Lund has extensive experience in global higher education leadership. He has served as a business school dean in China, Saudi Arabia, the Solomon Islands, and Pakistan. He also served as a faculty member with leading universities in Mexico, Kazakhstan, Australia, and China. Prof. Lund’s teaching and research relate to organizational effectiveness, managerial and leadership effectiveness, and the strategic and human factors that affect organizations. He adopts a practical approach to business education that focuses on tangible, desirable outcomes. Prof. Lund has delivered Executive Education training courses around the globe, focusing on effective leadership, team building, creative idea generation, personality influence, and negotiations across cultures.
Professor Lund has been an advisor on numerous government, corporate, and charity boards and has an extensive consulting portfolio across industries. He is an International Faculty Fellow with MIT’s Sloan School of Management and is currently working on a Doctorate of Education (EdD) in educational leadership with Johns Hopkins University (USA). Prior to academia, Prof. Lund worked in the North American mining, music, film, and television industries in various technical, creative, and managerial positions.
Professor Lund received his Ph.D. degree in Management from Griffith University (Australia), MBA degree from the Schulich School of Business at York University (Canada), and BA in Philosophy and English Literature degree from the University of Victoria (Canada).