Computer Sc, Engineering & Mathematics
Dr Giselle Rampersad is a Senior Lecturer in Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Flinders University. She has an interdisciplinary educational background including a PhD in Innovation and Technology Management from the University of Adelaide Business School (Australia) and an MSc in e-Business and Internet Systems from Durham University (UK). Her primary research area is in innovation and technology management, with a particular emphasis on devising strategies for firms in managing innovation and developing policies with governments in building innovation capacity. Her secondary research area is in information systems, specifically technology adoption.
Giselle has industry experience in several sectors such as ICT, energy, construction and hospitality as well as academic experience as she held various positions, namely, Program Director for the Industry Placement Program for innovation and enterprise, science and engineering students (2009-2014); Coordinator for several Degree Programs including the Bachelor of Innovation and Enterprise (Science and Technology) as well as the Bachelor of Design and Technology Innovation (2009-2015); founding member of the Advisory Board for Venture Dorm (a program that fosters regional start-up companies in South Australia) (2012); and Lecturer in innovation management, entrepreneurship, new product development, innovation in medical devices, information systems and project management (2005-present).
She has successfully supervised 4 PhD students to completion and is currently part of the Australian Industrial Transformation Institute which undertakes trans-disciplinary industry and workplace research in support of industrial and workplace transformation. Her work has been published in top ranked journals including Industrial Marketing Management and Journal of Computer Information Systems (A* and A ranked re Australian Business Deans Council journal quality list 2016).
PhD, University of Adelaide Business School (Australia)
Her PhD topic was: What are the key factors in managing collaborative innovation networks and how do they lead to successful technology transfer? Networks comprising government, university and business involved in innovation have grown in international prominence. Despite increases in these phenomena, few studies identify their critical success factors. Consequently, her research used both qualitative and quantitative methodologies to contribute to theory development in various literatures including innovation and technology management, marketing and information systems. The study also provided guidelines for practitioners involved in multi-sectoral collaboration and innovation. The study spanned various industries including ICT/ defence, biotechnology, nanotechnology and wine.
MSc E-Business and Internet Systems, Department of Computer Science, Durham University (UK)
BSc Management Studies, University of the West Indies
Finance (major), marketing and information systems (minors)
Graduate Certificate in Education (Higher Education), Flinders University (Australia)
Her teaching interests include innovation and technology management, information systems, project management, e-commerce and marketing.
: Information Systems
: Innovation Management / Information Systems
; Information Systems
Giselle serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Engineering and Technology Management (JET-M), Technovation, Industrial Marketing Management (IMM) the International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation (IJTTC) and the Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference (ANZMAC). She has editted two books which have been published by Routledge and Nova Publishers, New York.
Giselle is a member of the Association for Information Systems.
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