Professor Delwyn N Clark

Delwyn Clark

Professor of Strategic Management
Convenor for Strategic Management/Entrepreneurship/International Management


Strategic Management

Innovation Entrepreneurship

Qualifications: BSc Auckland, BMS DPhil Waikato

Contact Details

Room: MSB.4.01
Phone: +64 7 838 4594

Papers Taught

About Delwyn

Professor Delwyn Clark teaches and does research on strategy, innovation and entrepreneurship. Her current research includes theoretical and applied projects on strategy models, entrepreneurial and innovation processes, business models and SME policies.

Delwyn was the Associate Dean Research at Waikato Management School for many years with responsibilty for research strategy, policies and plans.  She is a past president of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) and was awarded life membership of ANZAM in 2009. She has chaired the New Zealand Business Research Dean's (NZBRD), and served on the executive of the Australian and New Zealand Business Academic Research Directors (BARDsNET) Network. She has also contributed to the board of the Small Enterprise Association of Australia and New Zealand (SEAANZ) and the Independent Business Foundation.

Recent Publications

  • Mazzarol, T., Soutar, G., Reboud, S., & Clark, D. (2019). Customer versus member engagement: Does mutuality matter?. In ANZMAC 2019. Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Mazzarol, T., Clark, D., & Reboud, S. (2018). Economic gardening: What is it and what it does for the generation of jobs and economic growth. In M. P. Miles, M. Battisti, A. Lau, & M. Terziovski (Eds.), Economic Gardening: Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Small Business Ecosystems in Regional, Rural and International Development (pp. 1-33). Tilde Publishing and Distribution.

  • Malherbe, A., Scrimgeour, F., & Clark, D. (2018). The significance of the co-operative constitutional document. In 32nd ANZAM Conference. Conference held Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Mazzarol, T., Clark, D., Reboud, S., & Limnios, E. (2018). Developing a conceptual framework for the co-operative and mutual enterprise business model. Journal of Management and Organization, 24(4), 551-581. doi:10.1017/jmo.2018.29

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