Individual & Social Responsibility


Andrew Triganza Scott
MBA (Maastricht), M.Ed (Leadership), B.Psy. (Hons), P.G.C.E.

 

Andrew Triganza Scott has graduated as a Bachelor with Honours in Psychology (B.Psy.[Hons]) and with a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (P.G.C.E.) at the University of Malta.  He has also furthered his studies with a Master in Business and Administration (MBA) with a focus in General and Strategic Management at the Maastricht School of Management (MsM) in The Netherlands.  He has also successfully obtained a Master in Educational Leadership (M.Ed.[Leadership]) at the University of Malta.

 

Andrew Triganza Scott has previously worked on consultancy projects with Human Factors International in particular on Corporate Audits especially with merging organizations.  He was Director and Company Secretary of Human Factors (Malta) and was responsible for the overall Business Development and Operations of the firm. 

 

He is a part-time visiting lecturer at the Department of Education Studies and the Institute of Sport and Physical Education (IPES) at the Faculty of Education.  Mr Triganza Scott has delivered courses within the Department of Public Policy in the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy and the Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Education.  

 

He is a co-author of ‘Educational Leaders in the Making’ a book on exploring the developmental and leadership pathways of educational leaders with Dr Vincent Cassar and Dr Christopher Bezzina. This publication has received excellent reviews from international colleagues and academic peers from across the globe. 

 

Mr Triganza Scott is also a freelance consultant and international trainer with the International Centre for Training and Development in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) mainly focusing on Strategic Human Resources Management and Excellence Models in Business Management. Mr Triganza Scott has recently undertaken a study analyzing the ‘Skills Gap’ between the manufacturing sector and MCAST which he also published in the Journal of Maltese Education Research (JMER) [Vol. 3, No. 1, 2005, pp.42-60] www.educ.um.edu.mt/jmer.

 

He has carried out various studies and international research collaborations in Organizational Psychology, Social Psychology, Educational Psychology and Economic Psychology, both locally at the University of Malta and with foreign institutions in UK, Japan, Austria and USA.  His areas of interest include Organizational Development, Strategic Human Resources Management, Business Strategy Formulation and Implementation and Management Control Systems.

contact details

E-mail: andrew.triganza.scott@mcast.edu.mt

 

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