Dr Hannah Wilson

Liverpool Business School

Hannah is a Senior Lecturer in Research Methods in Business in the School of Doctoral Management Studies and works as part of the DBA team. Hannah undertook her degree in Applied Psychology and then went on to complete her PhD in the Built Environment in 2017.

There are three strands to her expertise, workplace strategy, pedagogy and work psychology, which are fundamentally related to adaptations that can be made to improve individuals experiences and health within the work environment. Some of her current projects are; examining productive workplaces, coping strategies of project managers for dealing with difficult situations and teaching and learning on DBA programmes.

She also has an expertise in research methods teaching and with experience in conducting research utilising both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Hannah would welcome connections with those with overlapping interests, from both academia or industry.

Journal article

Unterhitzenberger C, Wilson H, Bryde D, Rost M, Joby R. 2020. The Stakeholder Challenge: Dealing with Challenging Situations Involving Stakeholders Production Planning and Control, DOI Author Url Public Url

Cotgrave A, Wilson H. 2020. Learning Space Design: The presentation of a framework for the Built Environment Discipline International Journal of Construction Education and Research, 16 :132-148 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Adams A-M, Wilson H, Money J, Palmer-Conn S, Fearn J. 2019. Student engagement with feedback and attainment: the role of academic self-efficacy Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Adams A, Wilson H. 2017. Sustainable feedback and academic attainment exploring the links in the modern higher education student. Innovations in Practice, 1 :12-17 Publisher Url Public Url

Tucker MP, mulliner E, wilson H. 2017. Research preparedness in undergraduate property and construction curriculum: the student experience International Journal of Construction Education and Research, 13 :203-224 DOI Public Url

Wilson HK, Cotgrave AJ. 2016. Factors that influence students' satisfaction with their physical learning environments Structural Survey, 34 :256-275 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Moriarty C, Tucker M, Ellison I, Pinder J, Wilson H. Recognising the socio-technical opportunity of workplace: an analysis of early responses to COVID-19 Corporate Real Estate Journal, Public Url

Wilson H, Tucker M, Hannibal C, Qu Z. Learning together, learning apart: Integrated action learning through a socio-technical systems lens Action Learning: research and practice, DOI Public Url

Conference publication

Unterhitzenberger C, Bryde DJ, Wilson H, Rost M, Joby R. 2018. Strategies for dealing with difficult situations involving stakeholders in projects. EURAM18

Wilson H, Bryde D, Dowson J, Unterhitzenberger C, Perez Ezcurdia A, Schelkle H-P. Trends and challenges in project management EURAM


Wilson HK. Perceptions of Quality in Higher Education Learning Environments and the Impact of Personality Types on Satisfaction: The Development of a Practical Framework Cotgrave A, Riley M, Mcilroy D. Public Url

Membership of professional bodies:

MBPsS, British Psychological Society. 2019

AFHEA, Higher Education Academy.

Research Grants Awarded:

Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management, Establishing and creating a Return on Workplace tool (RoW) for organisations to make return on investment decisions regarding workplace changes, Hannah Wilson, Grant value (£): 5610, Duration of research project: 12 months. 2019

Conference presentation:

Research Preparedness of Undergraduate Built Environment Students, LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference, Liverpool, Oral presentation. 2015