Academic Background

I graduated from UEA in July 1993 with a degree in Business Information Systems and gained a PhD in Computer Science in July 2000: Investigating Stakeholder Evaluation in Rapid Application Development.  My interests were and still are in all human, philosophical and organisational elements of Information Systems, although when I joined the Norwich Business School I joined in a non-research capacity, so I have stopped publishing to concentrate upon teaching.  I am no longer looking to supervise research students at masters or doctoral level.

I have taught modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including MBA (both full-time and part-time).  Modules taught range from Introduction to Information Systems, Critical Issues in Supply Chain Management and Organisational Information Systems.   My full list of modules taught is:

-          Systems Analysis and Design

-          Systems Engineering & Systems Engineering Issues

-          Information System Fundamentals

-          Introduction to Information Systems

-          Human Computer Interaction/Human Issues

-          Organisational Information Systems (NBS)

-          Integrated Business Decisions (NBS)

-          Information Systems for Management (NBS)

-          Digital Systems & Technologies (NBS)

-          Critical Issues in Supply Chain Management (NBS)

-          Introduction to Business (NBS)

-          Innovation and Technology Management

-          Introduction to Information Systems & Operations (NBS)

-          Brands: Digital and Technology (NBS)

I have been the school's workload co-ordinator since October 2012.

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