Office location 5.38 Business School, Manchester Campus
Who am I?
Who am I?
Thomas joined Manchester Metropolitan University in September 2008 as a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour and teaches modules within these subject areas at the undergraduate, postgraduate, and post-experience level. In November 2012 Thomas was appointed Associate Head of the Department of Management.
Other academic service (administration and management)
Managing staff work load, staff development, timetabling, and leading on curriculum development. Link tutor for external partnerships, unit leader, personal tutor, and research supervisor at undergraduate, postgraduate, and PhD level.
Research Expertise, Publications & Grants
Thomas research interests include the work-home interface, stress and well-being at work, the role of heuristics in the decision making process, mutuality within professional football, the role of personal and social power within buyer-supplier relationships, and leadership within a multi-professional context.
BD. Pinnington, J. Meehan, T. Scanlon (2016). A grounded theory of value dissonance in strategic relationships. Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management. 22(4), pp.278-288.
SJ. Ward, A. hines, T. scanlon (2015). Mutuality and Football– The Perfect Match?. Journal of Sport Management.
SJ. Ward, A. hines, T. scanlon, J. Lammert (2015). Mutuality and German Football – an Exemplar of Sustainable Sport Governance Structures?. European Sport Management Quarterly.
S. Ward, TJ. Scanlon, T. Hines (2013). Mutuality Ownership Form and Professional Sports: Football. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 42(4), pp.763-780.
BD. Pinnington, TJ. Scanlon (2009). Antecedents of collective-value within business-to-business relationships. European Journal of Marketing. 43(1), pp.31-45.