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Wicked Problems – A view from Saïd Business School with Sue Dopson
Sue Dopson is the Rhodes Trust Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Fellow of Green Templeton College and Deputy Dean of Saïd Business School at The University of Oxford.
Her research centres on leadership and transformational change in the public and healthcare sectors. Her work has informed and influenced government bodies such as the department of health and the national institute for health and clinical excellence; N.I.C.E, in their thinking on the areas such as the dissemination of clinical evidence into practice, medical leadership, and the role of the support worker in the NHS.
Sue currently represents the University of Oxford as Non-executive director of the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.
Before pursuing an academic career, Sue was a personnel manager in the NHS. Professor Dopson is involved in a number of innovative executive development programmes, including the Oxford Advanced Management and Leadership Programme, the Oxford Strategic Leadership Programme, the Oxford Transition to Leadership Programme, and Consulting and Coaching for Change, as well as programmes delivered to clients in the Middle East.
Not only has Sue worked closely with the UK department of Health and N.I.C.E, she has also worked with organisations such as Roche pharmaceuticals, and is involved with the development of courses for the NHS and Royal Mail.
Sue is co-author of a book on Wicked Problems called ‘Making Wicked Problems Governable‘ and ‘The Politics of Management Knowledge in times of Austerity‘ – both of which are currently available.
- Rhodes Trust
- Sue Dopson at Saïd Business School
- National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (N.I.C.E)
- Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
- Oxford Advanced Management & Leadership Programme
- Oxford Strategic Leadership Programme
- UK department of Health
- Roche Pharmaceuticals