Dr Ann Brown is a Senior Lecturer in Information Management in the Faculty of Management at Cass Business School and Associate Dean for the Undergraduate programme. She took an MSc (Operational Research) at LSE while working at the British Steel Corporation as an Operational Researcher. She obtained her doctorate from City University in 2005, based on her work into the problems and potential of Information Systems applications to create Business Value for organisations. She supports a number of IS academic conferences through her work as a member of conference committees. She was a member of the editorial panel for Information and Management until 2008. Her research spans the exploitation of IS in organisations, the application of qualitative research methods and the impact of non traditional Teaching and Learning methods on student achievement, such as activity based learning.
Dr Susan Geringer, (DBA, MA, BA) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Marketing & Logistics at California State University, Fresno. Susan completed her BA and MA degrees at California State University, Sacramento, conducted post-graduate work at New York University and received her DBA from Henley Business School, University of Reading. She has a number of research interests, including Consumer Behavior, Marketing Education, Sports Marketing, Fashion Marketing, Marketing Research and Business Research Methodology. Susan is a member of the Executive Board of the Marketing Management Association and serves as a reviewer for a number of marketing journals. In addition, she actively publishes in a number of academic research journals.
Dr John Mendy, (PhD, MCIPD, FHEA) John has spent the better part of his life researching, teaching and learning. He has taught a range of Business and Management modules and is currently MSc HRM Programme Leader, University of Lincoln. John has published and continues to review for a range of national and international refereed journals and other publication outlets. His research interests include Research on research, Complexity, HRM and Organisational Behaviour, Organisational becoming and improvement, organisational culture and change, change management, individual and collective preferences, values and attitudes.
Dr. Guido Orzes (PhD) is Assistant Professor in Management Engineering at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Italy). He is also Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Exeter Business School (UK). His research interests concern international sourcing and manufacturing and their social and environmental implications. On these topics, has published more than 35 scientific works in leading operations management and international business journals as well as in conference proceedings and books.
Dr Dan Remenyi has been a Visiting Professor specialising in research methodology at seven universities in four countries over the past 20 years. He continues to write, teach and research in both research methodology and the sociology of research. He conducts seminars on topics related to improving effective academic research and obtaining better research results. One of his areas of specialism is qualitative research and how it may be enhanced using a Grounded Theory approach. His research has been published in some 50 peer reviewed papers and he has had some 30 text books published. He holds a B Soc Sc, MBA and PhD.
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