Professor of the Department of Management
Lingnan University

Professor Snell's academic career began at Lancaster University, where his employment spanned 17 years and included a period of secondment to the Central Training Unit at Cheshire Country Council. Professor Snell also obtained a PhD in Management Learning from Lancaster University. He moved to Hong Kong in 1992, spending 8 years at City University of Hong Kong, including a period as Director of the MBA programme, before joining Lingnan University in 2000, where he now is a Professor of Management, and also serves as Director of Service-Learning.

Professor Snell has previously served Lingnan University as Head of the Department of Management, Director of Business Programmes, Acting Director of Teaching and Learning, member of the University Council and its Finance Committee, and member of the University Court. While at Lingnan University, he has presented seminars on Quality Assurance on behalf of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).

Professor Snell's current teaching activities are in the areas of business ethics, strategic management, and service leadership. His research interests are in business ethics, qualitative methodology and organisational learning. He has published more than 75 journal articles, mostly in internationally-refereed journals, including British Journal of Management, Business Ethics Quarterly, Human Relations, International Business Review, Journal of International Management, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of World Business, and Organization Studies. He has also contributed over 70 conference papers, more than a dozen book chapters, one sole-authored book, and one co-edited book.