Dr Liz Warren

Dr Liz Warren BA Hons, PGCE, MA by Research, PhD, SFHEA

Dr Liz Warren

Dr Liz Warren
BA Hons, PGCE, MA by Research, PhD, SFHEA

Director of Learning and Teaching, Principal Lecturer in Management Accounting

Department of Accounting and Finance

Faculty of Business

Liz is the Director of Learning and Teaching and is part of the Senior Management and Executive Team, within the Business School at the University of Greenwich. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA). She has been lecturing since 1999.

She has specialised in the areas of Management Accounting and Strategic Financial Management. In both of these areas, she has run large courses at the undergraduate level. At the postgraduate level, she has taught in the area on Management Accounting. She has lectured in the UK, France, across Malaysia, China and Hong Kong.

Liz leads the development and implementation of the faculty's Learning and Teaching Strategy and manages the faculty and university's learning and teaching activities including the development of the academic portfolio; the promotion of innovation in teaching, learning and assessment, student engagement in teaching and learning strategy; quality enhancement and quality assurance. These responsibilities cover both on and off campus provision.
She sits on many university committees and contributes to strategic development and policy making. Additionally, she chairs the faculty's Learning, Quality and Standards Committee. She is also a personal tutor and supervises PhD students.

Keynote speeches

Warren, L.  ''Management control, regulation and investment uncertainty in the UK electricity generation industry - the future?'', 19th March 2014, HEC, Canada 

Industry contributions

Interviewed for:
Tsagas, I (2014) ''Resource adequacy.'' PV magazine. 10, p116-118

External Examiner - University of Portsmouth

Liz's main research interests are in two key areas; management accounting and pedagogy/andragogy.  In management accounting, she has a strong interest in the energy sector and also in understanding the impact of regulation in all markets. In the area of pedagogy and andragogy, she is interested in issues surrounding student engagement, students retention, blended learning and the impact of new technologies on the student experience.

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, and () . In: Controlling and Management Review. Gabler Verlag. pp. 36-41. ISSN 2195-8262 ISSN 2195-8262

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and () . In: The Routledge companion to Performance Management and Control. Routledge. pp. 106-123. ISBN 978-1138913547

() . In: Management Control and Uncertainty. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. pp. 193-206. ISBN 978-1-137-39210-7

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Browse our research at GALA