Dr Marian Whitaker

Position/s:Associate Dean (Academic)
Flinders Business School
Phone: +61 8 82012603
Email:
Location: Law Commerce (3.66)
Postal address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Teaching

Topic Coordinator:

Research and supervision

Research expertise

  • Other commerce, management, tourism and services

Research interests

Human Resource Management

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor: Minimum Wages (1); Aboriginal Tourism (1); Leadership (1); Indian HRM (1);

Associate supervisor: Talent Management (1); Mentoring (1);

Publications

Book chapters
  • Whitaker, M. and Mohd, I.H. (2012). A Minimum Wage for Malaysia: An analysis of the arguments and recent policy. In F Garibaldo & D Yi, ed. Labour Education and Society (Arbeit, Bildung & Gesellschaft) Frankfurt, Germany: Peter Lang, pp. 309-336. [Link]
Refereed journal articles
  • Jones, J., Whitaker, M., Seet, P. and Parkin, J. (2012). Talent management in practice in Australia: individualistic or strategic? An exploratory study. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 50(4) pp. 399-420. [10.1111/j.1744-7941.2012.00036.x]
  • Shurville, S., Browne, T. and Whitaker, M. (2010). An appetite for creative destruction: should the role of senior academic officer be modeled on a CIO or a CTO? Campus Wide Information Systems, 27(3) pp. 137-147. [doi:10.1108/10650741011054447]
  • Shurville, S., Browne, T. and Whitaker, M. (2009). Accommodating the newfound strategic importance of educational technologists within higher education: a critical literature review. Campus Wide Information Systems, 26(3) pp. 201-231. [10.1108/10650740910967384]
Refereed conference papers
  • Whitaker, M., Jones, J. and mohapatra, S. (2012). Unique HR practices in the Indian IT industry: a reach agenda. In Ethics, morality and spirituality. New Delhi: Delhi School of Professional Studies and Research. AIS XIII International Seminar on 'Ethics, Morality and Spirituality' New Delhi. Jan 2012.
  • Shurville, S., Browne, T. and Whitaker, M. (2008). Employing the new educational technologists: a call for evidenced change. In Roger Atkinson and Clare McBeath, ed. Hello! Where are you in the landscape of educational technology? Proceedings of ascilite Melbourne 2008. Melbourne, VIC: ascilite. Hello! Where are you in the landscape of educational technology?: acilite Melbourne 2008. Melbourne, VIC. Nov 2008, pp. 917-926. [Link]
  • Whitaker, M. and Holscher, J. (2004). Mapping the coordinates of public sector labour relations in Europe. In Proceedings of the International Industrial Relations Association 7th European Congress. Lisbon, Portugal: IIRA. The future of work in Europe: market and economic and social cohesion: IIRA 7th European congress. Lisbon, Portugal. Oct 2004. [Link]
  • Whitaker, M. and Holscher, J. (2003). The quality of labour relations in the public sector: a European Study. In Proceedings of the International Human Resource Management conference. Exploring the Mosaic, Developing the Disciplines. Limerick, Republic of Ireland. Jun 2003.
Journal articles
  • Whitaker, M. (2011). Renewing Libraries: Organizational Transformation for Social Change. Journal of Organisational Transformation and Social Change, 8(3) pp. 241-242. [Link]
Conference publications
  • Whitaker, M. and Mohapatra, S. (2010). Problems of non-English speaking background (NESB) female migrants in getting their first job: evidence from settlement service agencies in South Australia. In Emerging Spaces: new possibilities in critical times. Australian Women's and Gender Studies Association 2010 Conference. Adelaide. Jun 2010.

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Book chapters
  • Whitaker, M. and Mohd, I.H. (2012). A Minimum Wage for Malaysia: An analysis of the arguments and recent policy. In F Garibaldo & D Yi, ed. Labour Education and Society (Arbeit, Bildung & Gesellschaft) Frankfurt, Germany: Peter Lang, pp. 309-336. [Link]
Refereed journal articles
  • Jones, J., Whitaker, M., Seet, P. and Parkin, J. (2012). Talent management in practice in Australia: individualistic or strategic? An exploratory study. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 50(4) pp. 399-420. [10.1111/j.1744-7941.2012.00036.x]
  • Shurville, S., Browne, T. and Whitaker, M. (2010). An appetite for creative destruction: should the role of senior academic officer be modeled on a CIO or a CTO? Campus Wide Information Systems, 27(3) pp. 137-147. [doi:10.1108/10650741011054447]
  • Shurville, S., Browne, T. and Whitaker, M. (2009). Accommodating the newfound strategic importance of educational technologists within higher education: a critical literature review. Campus Wide Information Systems, 26(3) pp. 201-231. [10.1108/10650740910967384]
Refereed conference papers
  • Whitaker, M., Jones, J. and mohapatra, S. (2012). Unique HR practices in the Indian IT industry: a reach agenda. In Ethics, morality and spirituality. New Delhi: Delhi School of Professional Studies and Research. AIS XIII International Seminar on 'Ethics, Morality and Spirituality' New Delhi. Jan 2012.
  • Shurville, S., Browne, T. and Whitaker, M. (2008). Employing the new educational technologists: a call for evidenced change. In Roger Atkinson and Clare McBeath, ed. Hello! Where are you in the landscape of educational technology? Proceedings of ascilite Melbourne 2008. Melbourne, VIC: ascilite. Hello! Where are you in the landscape of educational technology?: acilite Melbourne 2008. Melbourne, VIC. Nov 2008, pp. 917-926. [Link]
  • Whitaker, M. and Holscher, J. (2004). Mapping the coordinates of public sector labour relations in Europe. In Proceedings of the International Industrial Relations Association 7th European Congress. Lisbon, Portugal: IIRA. The future of work in Europe: market and economic and social cohesion: IIRA 7th European congress. Lisbon, Portugal. Oct 2004. [Link]
  • Whitaker, M. and Holscher, J. (2003). The quality of labour relations in the public sector: a European Study. In Proceedings of the International Human Resource Management conference. Exploring the Mosaic, Developing the Disciplines. Limerick, Republic of Ireland. Jun 2003.
Journal articles
  • Whitaker, M. (2011). Renewing Libraries: Organizational Transformation for Social Change. Journal of Organisational Transformation and Social Change, 8(3) pp. 241-242. [Link]
Conference publications
  • Whitaker, M. and Mohapatra, S. (2010). Problems of non-English speaking background (NESB) female migrants in getting their first job: evidence from settlement service agencies in South Australia. In Emerging Spaces: new possibilities in critical times. Australian Women's and Gender Studies Association 2010 Conference. Adelaide. Jun 2010.
Other public research outputs
  • Whitaker, M. and Holscher, J. (2004). The quality of industrial relations in the European Public Sector. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Union, pp. 1-112. [Link]

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