Tabish has been exploring realms of innovation and its adoption within the National Health Service (NHS) UK. His research is at the intersect of socio-cognitive theory exploring innovation adoption and entrepreneurship and digital transformation. Integrated within the context of healthcare and public services, his core interest underlines the complexity of team cognition, performance, leadership and strategy.
Tabish has a PhD in Innovation from the University of Leeds having graduated in 2019. His research lens specialises in fusing management principles with healthcare dynamics to facilitate transformative change. Tabish’s academic journey boasts a good collection of peer-reviewed articles and book chapters published in journals spanning management. This body of work serves not only to enrich scholarly discussions but also to empower healthcare practitioners with actionable strategies for navigating the evolving landscape of innovation.
As an educator, Tabish’s dynamic teaching style bridges the gap between theory and practice. His classroom endeavours inspire future management practitioners and healthcare management leaders, equipping them with the tools to navigate real-world challenges effectively. Tabish embodies the fusion of academic rigour and practical insight. His commitment to innovation not only elevates academic dialogue but also fuels tangible enhancements in patient care and healthcare system performance.
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Zaman, T., et al., 2021. Unraveling the socio-cognitive perspective: adoption of innovation in a public funded hospital. International Public Management Journal, pp.1-18. 3* ABS ranked publication