Alistair Chong is a Major Coordinator and Lecturer at the School of Business in the Faculty of Management. He is interested in the fields of strategy and resilience and is currently completing a Doctorate in Organisational Resilience for State-Owned Enterprises in Tasmania
Alistair started out in industry with a stint at Deloitte and a small software company based in Hobart. He has also worked with a number of other organisations, and NFPs, as well as previously being a competitive rower for Tasmania and Australia. Bringing this industry knowledge to his teaching he has taught at the University of Tasmania since 2010.
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What organisational culture change elements are essential in Tasmanian State-Owned Corporations’ or Government Business Enterprises’ Strategy to transform into a High-Reliability/High-Resilience Organisation?
Previously Alistair has run a large orcharding facility which included managing up to 100 staff and dealing with issues as they arose. He has also been a bookkeeper and EA for a small software firm.
Alistair has a passion for management, organisational behaviour and strategy, and has dedicated his DBA to looking at these areas in order to enhance his teaching expertise.
Alistair has published a number of short works on management and strategy, and has been indexed by McGraw Hill Publishing for his works on the Tasmanian Salmon industry.