Faculty & Staff
Nardia Haigh, PhD
Associate Professor of Management
Areas of Expertise
Strategic Management, Scenario Planning, Climate Change , Social Entrepreneurship
PhD, Business Management, University of Queensland, Australia
Master of Technology Management, University of Queensland, Australia
Bachelor of Information Systems, University of Tasmania, Australia
Professional Publications & Contributions
- Kannothra, C.G., Manning, S. & Haigh, N.L. Forthcoming. How Hybrids Manage Growth and Social-Business Tensions in Global Supply Chains: The Case of Impact Sourcing. Journal of Business Ethics
- Haigh, N.L., Kennedy, E.D. & Walker, J. 2015. Hybrid Organizations as Shape-Shifters: Altering Legal Structure for Strategic Gain. California Management Review. 57(3): 59-82.
- Haigh, N.L., Walker, J. & Bacq, S & Kickul, J. 2015. Hybrid Organizations: Origins, Strategies, Impacts and Implications. California Management Review. 57(3): 5-12
- Haigh, N.L. & Hoffman, A.J. 2014. The New Heretics: Hybrid Organizations and the Challenges they Present to Corporate Sustainability. Organization & Environment. 27(3): 223-241.
- Haigh, N.L. & Hoffman, A.J. 2012. Hybrid Organizations: The Next Chapter of Sustainable Business. Organizational Dynamics. 41(2): 126–134.
- Haigh, N.L. & Griffiths, A. 2012. Surprise as a Catalyst for Including Climatic Change in the Strategic Environment. Business & Society. 51(1): 89-120.
- Hoffman, A.J., Badiane, K.K. & Haigh, N.L. 2012. Hybrid Organizations as Agents of Positive Social Change: Bridging the For-Profit & Nonprofit Divide In K. Golden-Biddle and J. Dutton (Eds.) Using a Positive Lens to Explore Social Change and Organizations: Building a Theoretical and Research Foundation. 131-153. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.
- Hoffman, A. J., & Haigh, N.L. 2011. Positive Deviance for a Sustainable World: Linking Sustainability and Positive Organizational Scholarship, in K. Cameron & G. Spreitzer (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship. 953-964. New York: Oxford University Press.
- Haigh, N.L. 2011. A Shocking Interview. In A. Carlson & J.E. Dutton (Eds.), Research Alive: Exploring Generative Moments in Doing Qualitative Research. 71-73. Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press.
- Haigh, N.L. & Griffiths, A. 2009. The Natural Environment as Primary Stakeholder: The Case of Climate Change. Business Strategy and the Environment. 18(6): 347-359.
- Haigh, N.L. 2008. A View Backstage of Climate Change Environmental Markets. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management. June: 53-59.
- Haigh, N.L. & Griffiths, A. 2008. E-Government and Environmental Sustainability: Results from three Australian Cases. Electronic Government: An International Journal. 5(1): 45-62.
- Haigh, N.L. & Griffiths, A. 2008. The Environmental Sustainability of Information Systems: Considering the Impact of Operational Strategies and Practices. International Journal of Technology Management. 43(1-3): 48-63.
- Griffiths, A., Haigh, N.L. & Rassias, J. 2007. A Framework for Understanding Institutional Governance Systems and Climate Change: The Case of Australia. European Management Journal. December. 26(6): 415-427.
- Hall-Thompson, S.V., Haigh, N.L. & Griffiths, A. 2007. Understanding Corporate Sustainability: Recognizing the Impact of Different Governance Systems. In S. Benn, & D.C. Dunphy (Eds.), Corporate Governance and Sustainability: Challenges for Theory and Practice. 36-56. New York: Routledge.
- Haigh, N.L. 2004. Linkages between Technology and Sustainability: An Exploratory Study. Innovation: Management Policy & Practice. July. 6(2): 236-246.
Nardia is a leader in teaching executives and students how to use scenario planning to address the long-term implications of climate change, and the creation of strategies and business models that address large-scale social and environmental issues. She has researched these issues and consulted with companies about them, and has published many articles, reports and book chapters on the topic. Nardia's work has been cited in news outlets such as The Guardian, Ideas for Leaders, and Management INK. Dr. Haigh completed her Ph.D. in business management at the University of Queensland Business School, in Brisbane, Australia. Prior to this, Nardia worked as an IT business analyst focusing on stakeholder engagement, and served in the Royal Australian Air Force
Funding, Awards and Distinctions
2017 Second prize in the Social Entrepreneurship track of the 2017 oikos Case Writing Competition
2016 Singapore Ministry of Education Academic Research Fund grant
2015 Academy of Management Organizations & the Natural Environment Division Best Reviewer Award
2013 SJF Institute/Duke University Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship B LAB and GIIRS Research Project Grant
2012 Academy of Innovation Management, Tsinghua SEM Excellent Paper Award
2011 University of Massachusetts Boston Joseph P. Healey Research Grant
2011 University of Massachusetts Boston College of Management Faculty Scholarship Award
2010 University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment Research Seed Grant
2004 Academy of Management Organizations & the Natural Environment Best Paper Award