Mark Moran

Mark Moran is the Professor and Chair of Development Effectiveness at the University of Queensland’s Institute for Social Science Research. Mark has a unique background of technical and social science research with a degree in civil engineering and a PhD in geography and planning. He is closely affiliated with the Aboriginal Environment Research Centre. His career spans across academia, nonprofits, government and consultancy.

Professor Moran has worked in Indigenous and international development contexts. He has broad range of research and practical experience in development, including governance, public finance management, participation, community planning, social housing, water and sanitation.

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Critical Development Perspectives (edX)

Gain insight into the different perspectives and trends facing development workers to lead more effectively across sectors and organizations. There are many approaches and perspectives about what is most important within the development sector. Some practitioners argue that basic water and sanitation is essential to good development, others push [...]
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Adaptive Leadership in Development (edX)

Gain the skills to be an adaptive leader in development and learn how to uncover local solutions to complex problems in developing countries. In order to get the most out of this course, we recommend that you have experience working in the development sector or a strong interest in this area.
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Leaders in Global Development (edX)

Learn key leadership skills, concepts and theories needed to be a successful leader in development and determine your own leadership style within different development contexts. Are you working in the development sector and looking to take the next step in your career and take on a leadership role? This [...]
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The Science and Practice of Sustainable Development (edX)

Learn the critical foundations of sustainable development and how to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals that are deeply interconnected in the field. This course introduces the origin and key concepts of sustainability and how to apply those to sustainable development practice. Sustainable development will be explored through theories [...]
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