Teaching staff in Executive Education

David McKie

Professor David McKie teaches strategic communication and leadership and is a Scot by birth, an Australian by naturalisation, and a resident of New Zealand by choice. He has co-authored five books, including Murthy and McKie(2009) Please Don’t Stop the Music: An Ensemble Leadership Repertoire.

Anna Strutt

Economist Dr Anna Strutt's vast and varied experience means she brings a wealth of international knowledge to executive education participants.When she's not teaching at Waikato Management School, she also works with the University of Adelaide and consults for a wide range of national and international organisations, such as the the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation, the World Bank, and the EU-Vietnam Multilateral Trade Assistance Project.

Maree Roche

Dr Maree Roche is co-director of the Leadership Unit (New Zealand Institute of Business Research- NZIBR) and senior lecturer at the University of Waikato. Maree’s expertise is in leadership, with a particular emphasis on leadership psychology and the mind-sets that facilitate positive leadership. Maree also has expertise in women and leadership and Māori leadership. She has a number of highly ranked research publications in leadership, as well as extensive experience in consulting both nationally and internationally.

Gohar Khan

Dr. Khan has several years of teaching and research experience in digital business and social media analytics working with multicultural teams. Since his PhD in 2011, Khan has published over 40 articles in refereed journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters.

Howard Davey

Professor Howard Davey's teaching focuses on external reporting, financial analysis and performance, as well as covering important aspects of auditing, taxation, and triple bottom line reporting. He has a knack for turning the traditionally challenging topic of accounting into something interesting and exciting by using case studies to demonstrate how accounting can add value to business decision-making.