Title: Visiting Researcher

Alumni: PhD, Organisation & HRM Group, University of Warwick, Warwick Business School

Discipline/s: Organization and Human Resource Management


Dr Norazrina Muhammad Mustafa is a Visiting Researcher in Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities. Aligned with her research interests and practitioner background in Human Resource Management, Norazrina has worked on research relating to workplace learning, skills development, and digital disruptions. She will be focusing on a nationally funded project pertaining to lifelong learning amongst mature aged adults in Singapore.

Prior to joining SUTD, she had worked in the public and private sectors in Singapore and the UK before pursuing a doctoral degree. Funded by a doctoral study grant from a state agency in Singapore, the research was focused on the ageing workforce. Adopting a multiple perspective approach, the study explored the impact and implications of the ageing workforce on different stakeholders. Her research interests include areas relating to equality and diversity in the workforce and drivers of organisational change.


  • PhD, University of Warwick, Warwick Business School, Organisation & HRM Group (2020)
  • MSc (Merit) Human Resource Management (With CIPD Pathway), University of Birmingham (2012)
  • Bachelor of Business Management, Singapore Management University (2005)

Conference Presentations/Proceedings

  • Mustafa, Norazrina Muhammad., Willems, Thijs., & Chea, Sin-Moh. C (2022, Jul). Rethinking engineering internships in times of disruptions. 18th CDIO International Conference Proceedings.
  • Mustafa, Norazrina Muhammad.,¬†Willems, Thijs., & Chea, Sin Moh. (2022, June). Rethinking Engineering Internships in Times of Disruption. Paper presented at the 2022 18th¬†International CDIO Conference.
  • Devilly, O., and Mustafa, Norazrina Muhammad (2016) Understanding Motivation and Engagement of Mature-Aged Individuals in Training and Learning, Journal of Workplace Learning. Presented at the 9th International Conference on Researching Work and Learning, Singapore.