Matthew Andrews, PhD
Matthew Andrews holds a PhD in international management and publishes research on organizational development and learning, team dynamics, and knowledge management in technology companies, and in the healthcare sector. He has been working in higher education in France since 1997 as a teacher, administrator, consultant, and accreditation peer reviewer.
Before his current position as Dean and Director of Doctoral Affairs, Matthew Andrews served as the Director of Academic Affairs at ISM and was previously the Dean of Bachelor and Master of Business Administration programs at the Institut Supérieur de Gestion in Paris, France.
Bowden, D.E., Smits, S., Andrews, M. (2020). Capturing today’s tacit knowledge for tomorrow’s improvement of healthcare. Healthcare Manager. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Conference of the Euromed Academy of Business.
Andrews, M. (2019). La Vêture: A French E-commerce Firm in the Apparel Sector. In I.Chirino Klevans (Ed.). Cases on Global Leadership in the Contemporary Economy. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Andrews, M. & Smits, S. J. (2018). Knowing what we know: Uncovering tacit knowledge for improved organizational performance. Journal of Organizational Psychology 18 (5).
Andrews, M., & Chirino Klevans, I. (2018, November). A framework for developing the emotional intelligence skills of entrepreneurial leaders. Paper presented at the ACBSP Region 8, International Council fall conference, Paris, France.
Andrews, M. (2017, November). Linking student success: knowledge and skills needed by young, fast growing companies and how business schools can contribute. Presentation at the ACBSP Region 8, International Council fall conference, Marrakesh, Morocco.
Andrews, M. (2017, October). What kind of skills do companies and organizations need for successful team learning and organizational development? Presentation at the International Accreditation Council for Business Education, Region 9 fall conference, Prague, Czech Republic.
Andrews, M. (2017). Turbulent and dynamic times: The importance of tacit knowledge and organizational learning in a young e-commerce company. Journal of Organizational Psychology 17 (5).
Andrews, M. (2017, April). Turbulent and dynamic times: The importance of tacit knowledge and organizational learning in a young e-commerce company. Paper presented at the International Accreditation Council for Business Education annual conference, San Francisco, CA.