Researcher biography

Oluremi (Remi) is an Associate Professor of Management in the UQ Business School at the University of Queensland, Australia. Remi has had extensive teaching experience in tertiary institutions across three nations. She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA). Remi's principal research interests include conflict management, emotions, leadership, diversity, team work and employee physical work environment and territoriality. The results of her cutting-edge research have been presented in several international (e.g. US Academy of Management - AOM, European Group for Organizational Studies-EGOS & International Association of Conflict Management - IACM conference) and national conferences (e.g. Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management-ANZAM). Remi is an award-winning researcher and has published in reputable journals such as Journal of Organizational Behavior (JOB), Organization Studies (OS), Applied Psychology: An International Review (APIR), International Journal of Conflict Management (IJCM), Journal of Business Research (JBR) and Journal of Business Ethics (JBE). She has also written many book chapters and co-edited the Handbook of Conflict Management Research (Edward Edgar) and Organizational Behaviour and the Physical Environment of Work (Routledge). Remi is the immediate past Editor in Chief of the Journal of Management and Organization and she is currently on the editorial boards of the International Journal of Conflict Management, Negotiation and Conflict Management Research Journal and Strategic Change . Remi is the Convenor and Leader of the UQ's Next Generation of Workspaces Research Network (NGWN- and the Chair of the UQ Cultural Inclusion Council (CIC- She is a recipient (with others) of a highly coveted Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Grant awarded to study the impact of employee physical work environment (e.g. office configurations) on employees' territoriality, wellbeing and productivity. She has appeared on radio (national/international),TV and newspapers talking about workspace issues. Remi is a member of the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI), US Academy of Management, International Association of Conflict Management and ANZAM.