Dr Natasha Mwila
Associate Professor
(Organisation and Work Group)

Dr Natasha Katuta Mwila is a multiple-time award-winning academic, case study researcher and writer in the business management sciences. She has a broad range of research interests related to the scholarship of teaching and learning, the case method, entrepreneurship and women's work in emerging contexts. She has a broad range and depth of experience in coordinating business management programs, supervising business management research and teaching at all levels of university learning. Natasha is a subject and curriculum developer with expertise in blended and multimodal learning approaches. She has held several external examiner and advisory positions relevant to her expertise. She is on the advisory council to the board of trustees at The Case Centre. She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) and a Member of the Chartered Management Institute (MCMI). Natasha identifies herself as a well traveled global citizen with lived experience of the Zambian, South African, Australian and British education and work contexts. She is a specialist support volunteer with The Prince's Trust, providing mentorship and career skills building to young people.

Research Interests

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Case Method
Business Management
Emerging and Developing Contexts