The Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction

Dr Meri Duryan

Dr Meri Duryan

Associate Professor

The Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction

Faculty of the Built Environment

Joined UCL
23rd Feb 2015

Research summary

Systems Thinking approaches to Management

Organisational Learning and Development

Change Management in Organisations

Health and Safety and Well-being in Organisations



University College London
Other Postgraduate qualification (including professional), ATQ03 - Recognised by the HEA as a Fellow | 2018


Dr Meri Duryan is an Associate Professor of Enterprise Management. She conducts lectures at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels on business enterprise management and organisational behaviour and leads MSc modules on Knowledge Management in Project Environments and Change Management in Organisations. Systems thinking, organisational learning, knowledge and change management, service design and occupational health, safety and well-being (OHSW) are the areas of research focus. She is currently researching OHSW in project-based firms from the perspectives of organisational behaviour and organisational learning, development and change.  In addition to her academic and publishing background, she is an APM certified change management practitioner with over 18 years of expertise, delivering visionary change management and knowledge management strategies and solutions across High Tech, Education, Healthcare, Transportation and Construction industries. Dr Duryan has experience in design and delivery of bespoke executive courses on systems thinking approaches to managing organisational change and knowledge for private- and public-sector organisations.