Ms Katy Rowett

TEACHER & STUDENT ADVISOR

Katy has a Masters in Organisation Dynamics and teaches as a Faculty member in the Master’s course in Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics).  Katy is in the final stages of her professional doctorate research into the systems psychodynamics of intercultural relations.

Katy’s career spans over 25 years as a Leader in multiple industries and across diverse geographies including, Africa, India, Singapore, China, Berlin and Spain. She has been an advocate and disrupter within the digital and business agility movement in Australia and abroad, leading multiple organisations through major transformations using systems psychodynamic methods and approaches.

Katy has gratefully served many people as a leader, coach and mentor and has frequently played the role of trusted advisor to executives in large corporate organisations.

Native or Alien is designed to illuminate the social defenses that occur, consciously or unconsciously, for people when they experience cultural difference. Culture, in this sense, meaning every element of one’s identity and the group norms and rituals that provide the frame of reference and the lens in which we look through to process, evaluate and react to our experiences.
Katy Rowett

Teacher, NIODA

Qualifications

Doctoral Candidate, “Native or Alien: A systems psychodynamic and experiential arts inquiry designed to illuminate the social defenses that occur, consciously or unconsciously, for people when they experience cultural difference.” Melbourne Institute of Experiential Arts and Creativity

Master of Applied Science (Organisation Dynamics).  RMIT Univeristy, Health Sciences

Postgraduate Certificate. Business (Human Resource Management), Queensland University of Technology

Publications

Journal Articles

Rowett, K (2011) The Leadership Canvas – a group portrait of survival. Royal Melbourne Institute of Australia Learning Repository, Equella.

Papers

Rowett, K (2017) The Groupishness of Groups – an exploration of behaviour in groups. Agile Australia Conference 2017. https://www.infoq.com/presentations/group-relationship/

 

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