A Possible Journey to an Australian Knowledge Management Framework
An evaluation of Australian e-Research framework (released in Septermber 2005)and associated initiatives, to identify potential strategies to enhance sustained growth of Australia as a knowledge based economy.
||Knowledge Economy, Australia, Europe, RQF, eEurope, Discourse Analysis
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp.29-42.
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Carla Wilkin lectures in Accounting Information Systems and Business Information Systems. She has a PhD in Information Systems, which evaluated stakeholder perceptions regarding IT effectiveness. Carla spent ten years (part-time) working as a vacation contractor in a Holiday Park. Her current research interests include: evaluating stakeholder perceptions regarding IT effectiveness; behavioural and business process aspects of information systems; design and appropriation of information systems; and IT-enabled revenue yield management.Her current research interest is on evaluating initiatives that enable or foster research/innovation in knowledge or information based economies.
Bardo Fraunholz lectures in Project Management, Enterprise Modelling and Business Information Communication Systems. He has a master’s in Business specialising in Information Systems/Accounting from Germany, and a post graduation in legal studies specialising in IT, Media and Corporate Law, from London. Bardo spent several years in the Information Communication Technologies sector as co-editor/board member of a publisher specializing in IT and Telecommunication Magazines. He is actively consulting for information systems related projects, especially involving mobile technologies. His main research interests are information systems projects, IT and Law, strategic knowledge management and mobile applications.
Chandana Unnithan lectures in Business Information Communication Systems, Business strategy and Project Management. She has a master’s degree by research in Business Computing and an MBA from Australia. She spent several years in the Information Communications Technology sector including IBM and TATA (India). Her current research seeks to develop a mobile technology enabled framework for project knowledge management flow in distributed environments, and initially focuses on healthcare sector. She has special interest in studies relating to the contribution of ICTs especially mobile applications, in building knowledge based economies.
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