Senior Lecturer in the Brighton Business School at the University of Brighton in United Kingdom

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Differing Perceptions of Knowledge Management: A New Zealand Context

Many writers have identified that there are different perspectives held by different people about what Knowledge Management is. This paper seeks to explore what these different perspectives are, based on the professional groups that people belong to. It builds on and enhances a previous study and utilises the work of a number of other writers including Hahn and Subramani (2000), Malhotra (2000) and Stewart, Baskerville, Storey, Senn, Raven and Long (2000). A questionnaire was distributed to a wide range of participants who identified themselves as being Information Technology Professionals, Librarians and Technical Writers, and asked them to indicate their level of agreement with a number of statements relating to Knowledge Management. The responses were analysed with a view to building a model to represent the different perceptions of Knowledge Management that are held by these groups.

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Developing Communities of Practice Amongst e-Learning Students: A New Zealand Story

Developing communities of practice within groups of students studying information and communication technologies in an eLearning context

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The National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications: A Community of Practice Case Study from New Zealand

The purpose of this paper is to analyse the way that the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications in New Zealand exhibits the characteristics of a Community of Practice

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Social Media: In the Work Place and Patterns of Usage

An analysis of the place of social media in the work place and the perceptions of 3rd year commerce students.

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