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Dr David Brougham PhD

Senior Lecturer

School of Management

Dr David Brougham is a senior lecturer in the Massey Business School, specialising in the future of work. His research looks at how smart technology, artificial intelligence, automation, robotics and algorithms are changing the workplace. At present, he is looking at how employees plan to adapt to these changes as a result of technological disruption.  

David has taught both undergraduate and postgraduate papers. These papers include project management, leadership/governance, contemporary management and integrative management. At present, he has over 10 refereed journal articles and over 30 refereed conference papers. David has made 30 media appearances regarding the future of work. The following video highlights some of his findings in this space: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbzPvDR1a-Q   

David is a member of MPOWER, The Healthy Work Group and is the associate editor for the New Zealand Journal of Human Resources Management. Prior to his appointment at Massey he worked on a Marsden funded project (contract X957).

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Professional

Contact details

  • Location: 1.16, BSW
    Campus: Turitea

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy - The University of Waikato (2013)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

  • Future of Work
  • Project Management
  • Inclusion
  • Diversity Management 
  • Leadership

Thematics

21st Century Citizenship, Resource Development and Management, Design – for Commerce, Community and Culture, Health and Well-being, Future Food Systems

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Business and Management (150300): Commerce, Management, Tourism And Services (150000): Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Engagement (150303): Human Resources Management (150305): Innovation and Technology Management (150307): Organisation and Management Theory (150310): Organisational Behaviour (150311):
Technology (100000)

Keywords

Future of Work
Project Management
Inclusion
Diversity Management 
Leadership

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Team Member 0 1

Completed Projects

Project Title: Social Media: Best Practices in Innovative Businesses

Social media (SM) is a relatively new business tool with many large businesses incorporating it into their marketing plan. In contrast the uptake by SMEs has been relatively slow. However some of the small craft brewing businesses and boutique wineries have enthusiastically adopted social media tools such as blogs,Twitter and Facebook. Using indepth interviews this research will investigate whether social media has been aligned to the strategic objectives of these innovative businesses, how the owners perceive and manage risk, and how they measure whether their investment has been successful.
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Date Range: 2014 - 2014

Funding Body: Massey University

Project Team:

Research Outputs

Journal

Haar, JH., Brougham, DM., Roche, M., & Barney, A. (2017). Servant Leadership and Work Engagement: The Mediating Role of Work-Life Balance. New Zealand Journal of Human Resource Management. TBA(TBA), XX-XX Retrieved from https://www.hrinz.org.nz/Site/Resources/NJHRM.aspx
[Journal article]Authored by: Barney, A., Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM., & Haar, J. (2017). Employee assessment of their technological redundancy. Labour and Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work. , 1-19
[Journal article]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, D., & Haar, J. (2017). Smart Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Algorithms (STARA): Employees’ perceptions of our future workplace. Journal of Management and Organization. , 1-19
[Journal article]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, D. (2016). Organisational-based self-esteem: A within country comparison of outcomes between Māori and New Zealand Europeans. Journal of Management and Organization. 22(5), 720-735
[Journal article]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Roche, M., Haar, J., & Brougham, DM. (2015). Māori leaders’ well-being: A self-determination perspective. Leadership. , 1-15
[Journal article]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JH., de Fluiter, A., & Brougham, DM. (2015). Abusive supervision and turnover intentions: The mediating role of perceived organisational support. Journal of Management & Organization. 22(2), 139-153 Retrieved from http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=9915895
[Journal article]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, D., Haar, JH., & Roche, M. (2015). Work-family enrichment, collectivism, and workplace cultural outcomes: A study of New Zealand Maori. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations. 40(1), 19-34
[Journal article]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM. (2013). Supporting Chinese employees within New Zealand: A study of job outcomes. New Zealand Journal of Human Resource Management. 13(2), 97-106 Retrieved from http://www.nzjhrm.org.nz/Site/Articles/2013_Folder/2013_Spring.aspx
[Journal article]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, D., & Haar, JM. (2013). Collectivism, Cultural Identity and Employee Mental Health: A Study of New Zealand Māori. Social Indicators Research. 114(3), 1143-1160
[Journal article]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, DM. (2013). An Indigenous Model of Career Satisfaction: Exploring the Role of Workplace Cultural Wellbeing. Social Indicators Research. 110(3), 873-890
[Journal article]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM. (2011). When the minority becomes the majority: The implications of New Zealand’s changing demographics. New Zealand Journal of Human Resource Management. 11(2), 78-89
[Journal article]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, D. (2011). Consequences of cultural satisfaction at work: A study of new zealand māori. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources. 49(4), 461-475
[Journal article]Authored by: Brougham, D.

Book

Brougham, DM., Roche, M., Tootell, B., & Sharp, L. (2017). NZJHRM 2017: Vol 17 – Issue 1: Introduction and Editorial. DM. Brougham (Ed.) (Vol. 17) ,Human Resources Institute of New Zealand Inc: New Zealand Journal of Human Resources Management
[Scholarly edition]Authored by: Brougham, D., Tootell, B.Edited by: Brougham, D.

Conference

Brougham, DM., & Haar, JH.Employee Assessment of Their Technological Redundancy.. . Lyon, France
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM., & Haar, JH. (2016). Job control – A predictor of STARA redundancy?. In Aotearoa New Zealand Organisational Psychology and Organisational Behaviour Conference, 5th Aotearoa New Zealand Organisational Psychology and Organisational Behaviour Conference: Aotearoa New Zealand Organisational Psychology and Organisational Behaviour Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM., & Haar, JH. (2016). Repetition and complexity:An insight into how employees perceive their jobs in the age of STARA. http://researchforum.hrinz.org.nz/Site/Z_Archive/National_Events_Archive/2016_National_Events/Research_Forum_2016/general_info.aspx. : Human Resources Institute of New Zealand Research Forum
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, J., Brougham, D., & Bentley, T. (2016). Cyber bullying and desire for revenge: Exploring negative affect bullying prevention climate and HRM support. International Conference on Workplace Bullying and Harassment. : International Conference on Workplace Bullying and Harassment
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Bentley, T., Brougham, D.
Haar, J., Roche, M., & Brougham, D. (2015). Indigenous insights into leadership: What can we learn from Māori leaders and is it generalizable?. http://www.anzam.org/wp-content/uploads/pdf-manager/2585_076.PDF. : Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, D., & Haar, J. (2015). Smart technology, automation, robotics and artificial-intelligence (STARA): exploring the workplace influence of STARA on employee outcomes. , 4th Aotearoa New Zealand Organisational Psychology and Organisational Behaviour Conference Auckland
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, J., Roche, M., Brougham, D., Barney, AR., Mika, J., & Palmer, F. (2014). The benefits of Māori leadership in the development of positive leadership universally. A twofold investigation. In New Zealand Industrial/Organisational Psychology Conference, 3rd New Zealand Industrial/Organisational Psychology Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Barney, A., Brougham, D., Mika, J., Palmer, F.Contributed to by: Barney, A.
Roche, M., Haar, JM., & Brougham, DM. (2014). Whakawhanaungatanga and personal challenges in māori leadership: Stories from the boardroom to the marae. New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference. (pp. 44 - 45). : New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Roche, M., Haar, JM., & Brougham, DM. (2014). Māori leaders’ well-being: A self-determination perspective. http://www.anzam.org/wp-content/uploads/pdf-manager/1633_ANZAM-2014-155.PDF. : http://www.anzam.org/wp-content/uploads/pdf-manager/1633_ANZAM-2014-155.PDF
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM., & Haar, JM. (2014). Indigenous employees’ perceptions of support: A study of work-family-life outcomes. : Work and Family Researchers Network
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., Roche, M., & Brougham, DM. (2013). Abusive supervision and its influence on the mental health of Maori employees: The benefits of resilience. : New Zealand Association of Positive Psychology Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., Roche, M., & Brougham, DM. (2010). Abusive supervision and its influence on the mental health of Maori employees: The benefits of resilience. New Zealand Association of Positive Psychology Conference. : New Zealand Association of Positive Psychology Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM., & Haar, JM. (2012). Testing perceived cultural inclusion on New Zealand employees: a study of mental health outcomes. In Inaugural Aotearoa/ New Zealand Industrial/ Organisational Psychology Conference, Inaugural Aotearoa/ New Zealand Industrial/ Organisational Psychology Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, D., & Haar, JM. (2012). The effects of supervisor work-family support on indigenous employees: A study of job and health outcomes. 15th Conference on Labour, Employment and Work. : 15th Conference on Labour, Employment and Work
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, D., & Haar, JM. (2012). Indigenous employees perceptions of cultural inclusion: A study of work-family outcomes. 15th Conference on Labour, Employment and Work. : 15th Conference on Labour, Employment and Work
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, D.Cultural inclusion and employee job outcomes: A two study sample from New Zealand.. . Herve Bay, Australia
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, D. (2012). Work-family conflict and enrichment to mental health: Evidence of partner crossover interactions. Work and Family Researchers Network Conference. : Work and Family Researchers Network Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, D. (2012). Organizational-based self esteem and work and mood outcomes: A within country comparison. Workshop on Research Advances in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management. : Workshop on Research Advances in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM., & Haar, JM. (2012). Supervisor work-family support and employee wellbeing: A study of Maori employees. New Zealand Psychological Society & New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists Joint Conference. : New Zealand Psychology Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, D. (2012). Testing a cultural inclusion dimension towards job outcomes: The mediating effects of perceived organizational support. (pp. 55 - 56). : New Zealand Psychological Society & New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists Joint Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JH., & Brougham, D.Testing a cultural dimension of perceived organizational support: A study of job outcomes for indigenous employees. : Academy of Management Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, DM. (2011). Organizational-based self-esteem and work outcomes: A within country comparison. Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management. : Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., Brougham, DM., & Roche, M. (2011). Collectivism, cultural identity and employee wellbeing: A study of New Zealand Maori. Asia-Pacific Researchers in Organization Studies Conference. : Asia-Pacific Researchers in Organization Studies Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM. (2011). Supporting cultures and improving productivity: The value of acknowledging diversity in a study of minority groups in the New Zealand workforce. HRINZ Academic Branch Meeting. : HRINZ Academic Branch Meeting
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, DM. (2011). Testing a cultural dimension of perceived organizational support for indigenous employees: A study of outcomes. Workshop on Research Advances in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management. : Workshop on Research Advances in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM. (2011). When the minority becomes the majority: The implications of New Zealand’s changing demographics Australia and New Zealand. Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management. : Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, DM. (2010). Cultural and organizational perceptions of support towards mental health outcomes: A study of Maori employees. Labour, Employment and Work. : Labour, Employment and Work (LEW)
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, DM. (2010). An indigenous model of career satisfaction: The importance of cultural capital. Careers and Transition Education Aotearoa. : Careers and Transition Education Aotearoa
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM., & Haar, JM. (2010). Stories of the work-family interface amongst Maori employees. Contemporary Ethnography across the Disciplines (CEAD). : Contemporary Ethnography across the Disciplines (CEAD) Hui
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, DM. (2010). Testing a cultural dimension of perceived organizational support: A study of job outcomes for Maori employees. Human Resource Institute of New Zealand Academic Conference. : Human Resource Institute of New Zealand Academic Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., Brougham, DM., & Roche, M. (2010). Work-family enrichment towards well-being of Maori employees: The moderating effects of collectivism. New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference. : New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, DM. (2010). Work-family conflict and enrichment predicting mental health: Direct, indirect and crossover effects. Congress of Applied Psychology. : Congress of Applied Psychology
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, DM. (2010). Work-family enrichment, collectivism, and cultural workplace outcomes: A study of New Zealand Maori. Congress of Applied Psychology. : Congress of Applied Psychology
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM.(2009). A Cultural Dimension of Perceived Organizational Support and the Role of Collectivism for Maori Employees. . Hamilton, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., Brougham, DM., & Neilson, H.Entrepreneurial traits, skills, and motivation towards owner well-being: A mediation study of small business owners. . Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Brougham, D.
Haar, JM., & Brougham, DM.Support for Māori culture in the workplace: A social exchange theory approach. . Hamilton, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Brougham, D.

Other

Roche, M., Brougham, D., Blackwood, KM., & Sharp, L. (2016). Introduction and Editorial: NZJHRM: Special Issue: The Future of Work. (pp. II - IV).
[Other]Authored by: Blackwood, K., Brougham, D.
Brougham, DM. (2015). MPOWER member: Dr David Brougham. MPOWER: branching out
[Other]Authored by: Brougham, D.

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
CoSupervisor 3 0

Teaching

Courses Coordinated

    152.252 Project Management

    152.752 Project Management (Post Graduate)

    152.200 Contemporary Management

    152.336 Leadership

     

    Current Doctoral Supervision

    CoSupervisor of:

    • Rahizah Binti Sulaiman - PhD
      Role of religion in ethical decision-making: Focus on Islam and the Malaysian workforce.
    • Fatima Junaid - PhD
      The interplay of job stress and post-traumatic stress disorder in the context of terrorism, and its effects on employee outcomes: the role of individual and organisational resources
    • Lorraine Skelton - PhD
      A study of the industry/university collaborative project organisation.

    Media and Links

    Media

    • 30 Dec 2016 - Newspaper, Online
      10 quirkiest science stories of 2016
      Jamie Morton picks 10 of 2016’s most fascinating — and strangest — science stories
    • 29 Jul 2016 - Magazine, Online
      Can robots be lawyers? Yeah … Nah
      New Zealand Law Society
    • 29 Jul 2016 - Newspaper
      Will a robot kill your job? NZ Herald
      NZ Herald Featured article (big read) on the future of work.
    • 28 Jul 2016 - Newspaper, Online
      Big Read: Will a robot kill your job?
      New Zealand Herald
    • 27 Jun 2016 - Online
      Robots could replace lawyers, researcher says
      Australasian Lawyer
    • 27 Jun 2016 - Online
      Robots could replace lawyers, researcher says
      NZ Lawyer
    • 25 Mar 2017 - Newspaper, Online
      The robots are coming - is your job safe?
      New Zealand Herald Online
    • 21 Jun 2016 - Newspaper
      Robots are coming for your job (if they haven't..)
      Dominion Post (Front Page)
    • 21 Jun 2016 - Newspaper
      Robots replacing human workers could happen
      Manawatu Standard
    • 21 Jun 2016 - Online, Radio
      Dr David Brougham: Why Robots Could Take Your Job
      Newstalkzb
    • 21 Jun 2016 - Online, Radio, Television
      Kiwis in denial about robot job apocalypse - surve
      Newshub / Paul Henry Talk Show
    • 21 Jun 2016 - Radio
      Interview: Robots Stealing Our Jobs
      95BFM - The Wire
    • 21 Jun 2016 - Radio, Online, Magazine
      Kiwis unconcerned about jobs becoming automated
      The National Business Review
    • 20 Jun 2016 - Other
      The robots are coming! Shouldn’t we be more....
      Massey - Latest releases
    • 20 Jun 2016 - Radio
      Interview with Larry Williams about Robotics
      Larry Williams Drive - Newstalkzb
    • 20 Jun 2016 - Radio
      Interview with Radio New Zealand about Robotics
      Radio New Zealand - Lunchtime news
    • 20 Jun 2016 - Online, Newspaper
      Robots could threaten up to half New Zealand's job
      Stuff News
    • 20 Jun 2016 - Online
      Que tiemblen abogados y contables: la robótica los
    • 20 Jun 2016 - Online
      The robots are coming! Shouldn’t Kiwis be more wor
      Bizedge
    • 20 Jun 2016 - Online
      The robots are coming! Shouldn't we be more...
      Phys.org
    • 20 Jun 2016 - Newspaper, Online
      The robots are coming, should we be worried?
      New Zealand Herald‎
    • 20 Jun 2016 - Newspaper, Online
      Kiwi workers don't fear 'robot redundancy'
      Otago Daily Times
    • 20 Jul 2017 - Radio
      Newstalk ZB with Larry Williams
      An interview with Larry Williams about automation in the workplace.
    • 15 Jun 2017 - Newspaper
      Workers ignoring robotic threat
      Manawatu Standard News
    • 14 Jun 2017 - Newspaper, Online
      Kiwi workers not worried about the robots coming f
      Stuff.co.nz by Mitchell, P
    • 09 Sep 2017 - Newspaper, Online
      Are the robots really coming for us?
      Morton, J. (2017). Are the robots really coming for us? NZ Herald. Retrieved from http://www.nzherald.co.nz/technology/news/article.cfm?c_id=5&objectid=11918845
    • 09 Feb 2017 - Newspaper
      Your role in a brave new world
      New Zealand Herald
    • 07 Jun 2017 - Online
      Workers underestimate ‘robotisation’ of jobs
      Online News - ComputerWorld
    • 07 Jun 2017 - Online
      Most NZers confident despite automation
      Online News - NZCity
    • 07 Jun 2017 - Radio
      High skilled workers worried most about automation
      Radio New Zealand Interview
    • 06 Jun 2017 - Radio
      Could a robot steal your job?
      Radio Live - News Hub - Interview
    • 06 Jun 2017 - Online, Newspaper
      Career planning will be critical in the age of aut
      Online news Voxy.co.nz
    • 06 Jun 2017 - Online
      Are you worried about losing your job to...
      Are you worried about losing your job to automation? | Massey University - Youtube
    • 06 Jun 2017 - Online
      Career planning will be critical in the age of aut
      Scoop.co.nz online article
    • 05 Jun 2017 - Online, Other
      Career planning will be critical in the age of....
      Massey University Press Releases
    • 02 Jan 2017 - Newspaper
      Will a robot replace you?
      Dominion Post: Distilled Science Section
    • 01 Jul 2016 - Online
      The robots are coming!
      Mercatornet

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