Dr Francisco Trincado-Munoz

PhD in Management, Surrey Business School, University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom
MSc in People Management and Organizational Dynamics, FEN, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile
BSc in Business Administration and Economics, FEN, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile

  • Research Associate in Quantitative Methods

Dr Trincado-Munoz is a Research Associate in a £20 Million UKRI research project funding of the ‘Next Generation Services Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF)’, that is jointly conducted by the University of Sheffield and Loughborough University. He holds a PhD in Management from the University of Surrey, United Kingdom.

Prior to joining Loughborough University, Francisco worked as lecturer at the University of Chile, and contributed to some teaching at the University of Surrey. He also holds an MSc in People Management and Organizational Dynamics; BSc in Business Administration and Economics (Commercial Engineering) from the University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.

Dr Trincado-Munoz’s areas of expertise encompass Learning, Innovation, and Social Network Analysis (SNA).  Dr Trincado-Munoz is currently Research Associate on the Emergence and Evolution of Next Generation Service (EE-NGS) Project, that is jointly conducted by the University of Sheffield and Loughborough University. He is also Associate Researcher for the NextGenPSF project and TECHNGI.

  • Research Methods
  • Business Management

Yang, S. W., Trincado, F., Labianca, G., & Agneessens, F. (2019). Negative ties at work. Social networks at work. New York: Routledge.