Karin S Moser is Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Director of Research and Enterprise at London South Bank University, and an Honorary Professor at London Metropolitan University. She is also affiliated with the Centre for Career Development and Continuing Education at the University of Bern, Switzerland.
A social and organizational psychologist by background, her expertise is in the areas of team work, information-sharing and knowledge management, self and identity, and virtual collaboration and communication. Recent research projects focus on motivational processes in information-sharing, rewards and incentives for pro-social behaviour, social mindfulness, and the effects of social norms and status in intercultural management.
Professor Karin S Moser is a chartered psychologist and member of international professional associations such as AoM, EAWOP, EASP and SPSP. She reviews regularly for national and international science foundations and international journals and is a board member of several international postgraduate and executive programmes on social science methodology and statistics, leadership, mentoring for women in science, and knowledge and information management.
She has worked and held academic positions in the US as well as in several European countries and cooperated widely with national and international organisations and companies in applied research projects in the areas of knowledge management, ethical decision-making in health care, compliance behavior, leadership, work motivation and management of virtual teams and use of electronic media at work.
Professor Karin S Moser has won several awards for her research, such an Outstanding Research Award by the University of Zurich for her work on ‘Metaphors of the Self’, and has recently received the Academia.Net award as ‘Outstanding Female Scientist’ for her achievements, an initiative by the Robert Bosch Foundation and Nature.