Dr José L. Ruiz-Alba joined the Westminster Business School as Senior Lecturer in Marketing. He is Research Leader of the School of Management and Marketing and a member of the Centre for Digital Business Research where he is leading a special theme.
He has more than 30 years of professional experience in different sectors.
PhD in Marketing.
Executive MBA. IIST.
PDG IESE Business School.
Degree in Law.
Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)
Member of European Marketing Academy (EMAC).
He has taught more than 15 different marketing subjects in UG and PG Courses including Service Marketing, Marketing for Managers and Strategic Marketing.
He has also taught Business Ethics. With teaching experience in executive education.
Academic blogs, Twitter and Gamification
He has more than 16 academic blogs with students https://goo.gl/xym9OT and he is using Twitter for different Courses https://goo.gl/PTrwp9 He has pioneered the use of gamification in Higher Education in the UK https://goo.gl/RJ5UKt.
Case Method with Guest Speakers (CMGS)
He has developed his own methodology (Case Method with Guest Speakers, CMGS). He has created video case studies. This method has been published in JOTSE https://goo.gl/YeFTTx
International Teaching Experience
IESE Business School (Executive Coach) (2004, 2005).
University of Balearic Islands (Mallorca) (MBA, MBTA) (2004-2011)
University of Málaga (Spain) (Lecturer in Marketing, 2010-2014)
Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (Finland, Helsinki) (2014)
Loyola University (Sevilla, Spain). (2013, 2014)
ICADE (Universidad Pontifica de Comillas, Madrid) (2014)
Cyprus Institute of Marketing (Nicosia, Cyprus) (2016)
The Claude Littner Business School, (University of West London) (Senior Lecturer in
Invited as visiting scholar at the University of Strasbourg (Dates TBC)
Invited as visiting scholar at the National Research University, Higher School of Economics (HSE) Moscow, (Russia) (May, 2018)
Areas of research interest
Main: Internal Market Orientation; Customer Orientation; Inter-functional coordination; Servitization.
Others: Entrepreneurial intentions; Gamification; Virtue Ethics in Business.
He is co-chair of the International Conference CBIM2018 (18-20 June 2018).
Participation in International Conferences: he has presented contributions to 45 International Conferences. He got the Best Paper award at the Servitization Spring Conference (Manchester, 2016) and best Conference paper in the Tourism & Management Studies International Conference (Algarve, 2016).
He won the bid for a Scholarship for a PhD Project (2014-2018) (funded with 45.000 GBP) where he is supervisor.
Research Project on Pharmaceutical Distribution (2014) (6.000 Euros).
Experience in application to International Credit Mobility and with Erasmus+ staff mobility.
Innovative Education Project (University of Málaga, 2015, 2016): (1.500 Euros; 2.000 Euros).
He is researcher in a Research Project funded by Spanish Ministry of Culture and Education (2015) (19.000 Euros).
Marie Curie Project 2018 (academic secondment). (Under evaluation)
International Research Experience
Research stage at Bentley College (2006); Management Research Programme, Real Colegio Complutense. (Harvard Business School) (Boston, Massachusetts, USA) (2007 and 2012): University of Strathclyde (2013, 2014); Helsinki (2014); University of Navarra (2015).
International Research Network
He has co-authored publications with academics from the following institutions: University of Málaga (Spain); University of Navarra (Spain); University of Granada (Spain); University of Valencia (Spain); National Research University, Higher School of Economics (HSE), (Moscow); University of Ballearic Islands (Mallorca); University of West London (UK); University of Plymouth (UK); University of Stratchclyde (UK); University of Roehampton (UK); EDC Paris (France); King’s College (London); University of Tor Vergata (Rome), Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE); Middlesex University; University of Westminster and IESE Business School. He is member of Virtue Ethics in Business Resarch Group VEIB (University to Navarra).
Member of Doctoral Committees
Experience in Doctoral Committees in 12 PhD Committees: 6 times as External Examiner, 2 as Internal Examiner, 3 as External Reviewer, and 1 as Chair of a Phd Viva.
He has 2 PhD completions and currently he is supervising 4 PhD students.
He is interested in supervising PhD research in the following areas:
Internal Market Orientation
Customer Orientation of service employees
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.