John is the Head of the Nottingham Business School Department of Management. His role is to provide effective leadership for the department, which has over 70 members of staff, including five professors. Within the department there are experts in a range of fields including Entrepreneurship, Information Systems, International Business, Operations Management, Project Management, Strategy, and Sustainability.
As Head of Department John is responsible for aligning the teaching, research and development of the department with the School's academic plan and university policies and practices.
For the university John chairs the NTU Library Advisory Panel, a university-wide body which supports senior library staff in shaping and steering the development of the NTU libraries and the services they provide.
John teaches research methods on undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as supervising doctoral and undergraduate projects. He is the author of four leading texts in his specialist field as well as journal articles and conference papers on student engagement and progression in higher education.
Following brief early career posts in the electronics, engineering and travel sectors John taught at Stirling University and the then Teesside Polytechnic before taking up a post at NTU. His work for NTU has included leading undergraduate business courses, liaison with corporate clients, and projects in Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan.
Following brief early career posts in the electronics, engineering and travel sectors Dr Buglear taught at Stirling University and the then Teesside Polytechnic before taking up a post at NTU.
His work for NTU has included leading undergraduate business courses, liaison with corporate clients, and projects in Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan.
He has worked as an external examiner for Portsmouth, Staffordshire and Teesside Universities as well as an institutional review panel member for Northampton University.
- The significance of employability in motivating students to enter higher education.
- Bridging the PTEC Gap: Investigation the factors behind differential student progression.
- On Your Marks: Student attitudes to assessment and feedback.
- The significance of placements in fulfilling employers’ expectations of graduates.
Dr Buglear is an external examiner for Portsmouth University for Quantitative Methods.
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As a member of the academic team for the Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Nottingham City Homes Dr Buglear was involved in the impact analysis of investment in social housing.
Dr Buglear has worked on corporate programmes for BP Exploration, Linklater Alliance, Lloyds TSB, and PWC. He has taught on accounting training programmes in collaboration with BIBS in Brno and with four higher education institutions in Uzbekistan. He is an Honorary Professor of Karshi State University, Uzbekistan.