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Onyaglanu joined the Business School as a Lecturer in Management in March 2018. Prior to that, she was a Postdoctoral researcher at University College London, where she worked on an ESRC Transformative research project called Networked Creativity in London's Hubscape. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Edinburgh, where she also worked as a Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant. She has an MSc in Engineering Project Management and a BSc in Physics.

Onyaglanu is an active member of the Academy of Management, the European Group for Organizational Studies and the British Academy of Management.

She has taught both undergraduate and postgraduate courses on entrepreneurship, strategy and international business.


Research Expertise and Interests

Onyaglanu’s research interests lie within the context of entrepreneurial and workplace creativity and innovation. Her research focuses on two main areas:

1) Early-stage entrepreneurs: how feedback interactions shape and reshape the nascent venture; the emergence of Business models; how entrepreneurs respond to unexpected events (such as a crisis); and the role of emotions in collective creative processes

2) The role of materiality in collaborations: technology-mediated collaborations; and how collaborative spaces (such as co-working spaces, incubators and accelerators) may influence entrepreneurial ventures.

Onyaglanu’s current research examines how negative affective feedback interactions experienced by early-stage entrepreneurs, impacts on the trajectory of their business ideas. Using innovative research methods based on Experience Sampling Methods, she conducted a dynamic longitudinal study that tracked the business ideas of several early-stage entrepreneurs based within different collaborative spaces across London.

Research Degree Supervision

Onyaglanu is interested in working with students in the following areas:

  • Entrepreneurship and venture creation
  • Entrepreneurial learning
  • Strategic management of entrepreneurial ventures 
  • Creativity and innovation management 


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