Professor Tony Travaglione
During his career Tony has held a number of senior leadership roles.
These roles have included the Dean of the University of Adelaide and Head of Research at the Workplace Research Centre at the University of Sydney. Additionally he has held the position of Visiting Professor at Stanford University where he taught MBA students at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Tony obtained his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Management from the University of Western Australia. Tony has published widely in the areas of change management, leadership, organisational commitment, workplace trust and emotional intelligence. Tony has over 100 publications including a substantial number of refereed journal articles in the aforementioned areas of expertise. Tony’s most recent book, Organisational Behaviour on the Pacific Rim is co-authored with Professor Steve McShane from the University of Western Australia and has become the best selling management text throughout Australia.
Tony has been active in the area of consulting in Australia and overseas. In Australia his clients have included ANZ bank, BHP, QANTAS, Nespresso, Main Roads Western Australia, Westrail, Hunter Area Health, and Centrelink. Additionally, he has conducted projects in London with a number of international organisations including Norwich Union, Royal Sun Alliance, Midland Bank, Guinness Brewing and London Underground. He has presented the findings of his consulting at high level forums such as the American Academy of Management, British Academy of Management, the International Work Psychology Conference and the Australian Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference.