Philip Hallinger has published over 200 journal articles and book chapters, and 10 books on a variety of topics including educational leadership, problem-based learning managing change, leadership development, educational quality, and educational reform. His most recent books include Problem-based Management Education: Preparing Managers for Action, and Reshaping the Landscape of Leadership Development: A Global perspective. He has been a Senior Co-editor of the International Handbook of Research on Educational Leadership and Administration (first and second editions).

He is also an active trainer, regularly invited to conduct corporate training on leadership and organizational change for schools (e.g., Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia) as well as corporate clients ( Nestle, Thai Airways, Chevron, Thai Bev, Beirsdorff, Merck, Siam Cement Group). He is fluent in Thai and his workshops are always focused on engaging managers in active learning for application.

One of the leading scholars internationally responsible for adapting problem-based learning for management education, Prof. Hallinger has conducted multi-day training institutes on problem-based learning for university faculty and trainers in the United States, Australia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and China.

Philip Hallinger’s hobbies include golf, tennis, scuba diving and singing Thai country music. Currently he keeps homes in Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Florida.