Dr. Mislav Radic joined the UCL School of Management in 2021. He received his PhD from Cass Business School in 2020. Prior to joining UCL, Mislav was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), where he currently holds a visiting role. He is the recipient of the ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship with the ‘industrial strategy steer’ for his project “Rethinking Privatisations: Exploring the Potential of Hybrid Organising in the Railway Sector”. The project is conducted in collaboration with the Rail Delivery Group, with an aim to explore how railway companies can engage in hybrid organising – successfully combining aspects of public and private organisational forms.
In addition to academic research, Mislav is a consultant for a number of private and public sector organisations, an active member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers community and a contributor to the Chatham House.
Mislav’s research lies at the intersection between organizational and social change. First, he is interested in the organizational dynamics of strategic change. Exploring this led him to focus on concepts such as organizational identity, culture, sensemaking and sensegiving. Second, he is interested in the boundaries of public and private organizations. This he explores in the context of privatizations, public-private partnerships, and platform companies. His research has been published in the Journal of Management and the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology.
Most recently, together with Professor Davide Ravasi, he is conducting a project that explores the implications of remote working on organizational culture.