Dr Michael Ogunseyin

Dr Michael Ogunseyin

Lecturer in Operations Management and Corporate Governance

  • Email address M.Ogunseyin@wlv.ac.uk
  • Phone number 01902 32 3826
  • Location MN211
  • Faculty Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Institute University of Wolverhampton Business School
  • Areas of expertise

    Corporate governance, Board effectiveness, Board Processes & Behaviour, Micro/Macro Economics, Operations and Supply Chain

Dr Michael Ogunseyin is a Lecturer in Operations Management and has taught a wide range of subjects in international business program at the University of Wolverhampton. His PhD developed research in corporate governance, board processes, and the behavioural perspective on boards. He has also shown interest and contributed to other research areas such as leadership styles. He is also an editor in similar research areas for the International Journal of Business, Governance, and Ethics.

My research interests are in corporate governance with specific  interest in board behaviours and performance. My recent research project furthers research on board processes with the aim of enhancing present understanding on board behaviour. I am also engaged in other research areas such as sustainability in small businesses and shared economy.

  • Higher Educations Academy (Fellowship)
  • International Journal of Business, Governance, and Ethics (Editor)

Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA)
Online Tutoring in Higher Education

University of Wolverhampton
Post Graduate Certificate in Education and Professional Practice (FHEA)

University of Wolverhampton
PhD Research in Business: Corporate Governance

University of Wolverhampton
MSc International Business Management

Lead City University, Nigeria
Economics (First Class Honours with Distinction)
Award of Best Graduating Student in Micro Economics

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria
Diploma in Economics

Professional Qualification:
CompTIA P+ : Project Management

Ogunseyin, M., Farquhar, S., and Machold, S., (Forthcoming 2019). Research Handbook on Boards, Edward Elgar.

Jones, J., Firth, J., Hannibal, C. & Ogunseyin, M. (Forthcoming 2019). Factors Contributing to Organizational Change Success or Failure- A Qualitative Meta-Analysis of 200 Reflective Case Studies In R.G. Hamlin., A. Ellinger., & J.Jones (Eds.). Evidence-Based Organizational Change and Development, US: IGI Global.