Biography and Qualifications
Anna joined Middlesex in 1997 as the Chair of the Human Resource Management Group. She has worked with the strategic development of organisations and their management teams for more than thirty years and was appointed Dean of the Business School and Pro Vice-Chancellor in 2006.
Her areas of specialism are organisational behaviour, managing people, learning and development with a particular emphasis on managing and developing people in the virtual organisation. She has extensive research experience in survey design and data analysis at organisational, national and international levels.
She was appointed Executive Dean on 31st May 2016 and is responsible for the Faculty grouping together the Business School, Institute for Work Based Learning, the School of Law and the School of Health and Education.
Anna Kyprianou has been instrumental in developing several major CPD and in-company initiatives with a range of public, private and third sector organisations. She has chaired innumerable programme validation panels at home and abroad, and has represented the University in numerous countries around the world, including Greece, Cyprus, and Dubai.
She was previously on the CIPD’s Membership and Education Committee and is currently the elected Vice President for the CIPD’s Membership and Professional Development Committee and sits on the CIPD Board.
- Whistleblowing at work: the results of a survey of procedures in further and higher education
Lewis, David B. and Kyprianou, Anna and Homewood, Stephen and Ellis, Catherine-Anne (2001) Whistleblowing at work: the results of a survey of procedures in further and higher education. Education and the law.
- A survey of confidential reporting procedures in English and Welsh local authorities
Lewis, David B. and Kyprianou, Anna and Ellis, Catherine-Anne (2002) A survey of confidential reporting procedures in English and Welsh local authorities. Working Paper. Employers Organisation for Local Government.
- Which diversity domains have most impact on student learning? An exploration of the inhibitors and facilitators of learning
Frame, Philip and O'Connor, Jennie and Hartog, Mary and Kyprianou, Anna (2006) Which diversity domains have most impact on student learning? An exploration of the inhibitors and facilitators of learning. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations.