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Edgar Meyer is the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programmes and Education Quality at Imperial College Business School.  As part of this portfolio, Edgar looks after a number of different programmes that support the development of business and management knowledge in undergraduate students across Imperial and beyond.

In addition, Edgar holds responsibility for the Learning & Teaching agenda in the Business School, looking after the development, quality assurance, and assurance of the education provision.  This includes a responsibility for accreditation.

Edgar was previously Professorial Fellow (Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour) at the Southampton Business School, University of Southampton.  He has held numerous visiting professorial roles at Cotrugli Business School, Croatia, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, and WiSO, University of Cologne, Germany.   Edgar is an academic Member of the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (CIPD) where he also acts as a membership assessor. 

Research Interests

Edgar’s research interests are in the area of teamwork and leadership. He focuses on notions of authenticity in leadership, as well as the changing dynamic of team leadership in virtual and/or mixed teams.  Previous research has focused on knowledge, training, learning transfer, and collaboration. 



Remtulla R, Hagana A, Houbby N, et al., 2021, Exploring the barriers and facilitators of psychological safety in primary care teams: a qualitative study, Bmc Health Services Research, Vol:21, ISSN:1472-6963, Pages:1-12

Naqvi D, Malik A, Al-Zubaidy M, et al., 2019, The general practice perspective on barriers to integration between primary and social care: a London, United Kingdom-based qualitative interview study, Bmj Open, Vol:9, ISSN:2044-6055

Tahir A, Al-Zubaidy M, Naqvi D, et al., 2019, Medical school teaching on interprofessional relationships between primary and social care to enhance communication and integration of care – a pilot study, Advances in Medical Education and Practice, Vol:2019, ISSN:1179-7258, Pages:311-332


Malik A, Naqvi F, Naqvi D, et al., Qualitative Interview Study of Primary Health and Social Care Professionals’ Perceptions and Experiences of Barriers to Effective Integrated Care for Elderly Patients in London, European Association of Hospital Manager Congress

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