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Cross-cultural engagement for design and engineering practitioners: investigation into the challenges of managing and overseeing projects in the cross cultural setting (China), using qualitative data from UK companies. Exploring the contextual and cultural implications of transnational practice; their impact and/or influence on the potential successful outcome of a project.
Further, investigation into the implementation of an experiential learning pedagogy in-context by engineering companies in order to develop employees for cross-cultural business. Using experiential learning to develop 'global skills' and cultural intelligence (CQ) in employees in order to improve potential project outcome.
CROSS-CULTURAL ENGAGEMENT IN CHINA: PROBLEMS, POTENTIAL AND OPPORTUNITIES (EdD Thesis).
- Feunekes, U., Palmer, S., Feunekes, A., MacNaughton, J., Cunningham, J. and Mathisen, K., 2011. Taking the Politics Out of Paving: Achieving Transportation Asset Management Excellence Through OR. Interfaces, 41, 51-65.
Profile of Teaching UG
- Final Design Project (DBM), Final Design Project (Industrial Design), Contextual Design, Visualisation Tools, Masters Group Project (AY2016-7)
- Placements Academic, Placements Office
Public Engagement & Outreach Activities
- Supporting students with JDF Bursaries to deliver Design & Make Workshops in local schools for Year 8 pupils. STEM Promotion, Widening Participation.
- Doctorate of Education (EdD) in Cross-Cultural Engagement; Design Engineering (University of Southampton, 2017)
- BTEC in Graphic Design & Packaging (Southampton (HE), 1985)
- BA (Hons) in BA (Hons) Communication & Media Production (Comput (Bournemouth University (Polytechnic), 1990)
- MA in Computer Animation (Bournemouth University, 1991)