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Dr Nigel Martin

Dr Nigel Martin

Research School of Management


Position:
Senior Lecturer
Email: nigel.martin@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 612 59793
Office: Room 1103, Copland Bld (24)

Research areas

Business strategy and management; Business information systems; Sustainable development; Technology management; Computer security and privacy.

Biography

Nigel Martin is a Senior Lecturer of Business and Information Systems. Nigel’s research areas span business and technology management, management information systems, energy and climate policy, and environmental sustainability and regulation. In particular, he focuses on the application of information analysis to resolve complex engineering and technology related problems and issues. Nigel has written widely on these areas, with his research published in a number of leading academic journals including Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Personnel Review, Renewable Energy, Journal of Environmental Management, Journal of Cleaner Production, and Behaviour and Information Technology.

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Research publications

Journal Articles – Published (46)

Martin, N.J. (2005) Why Australia needs a SAGE: A Security Architecture for the Government Environment, Government Information Quarterly 22, 96-107.

Martin, N.J., Gregor, S.D., and Hart, D. (2005) The Social Dimension of IS/IT Alignment: Six Case Studies of Public Sector Organisations, Australian Accounting Review, 15, 3, November, 28-38.

Gregor, S.D., and Martin, N.J. (2006) ICT Governance: Frameworks for managing Australian E-Government, Journal of E-Government,  2, 3,  19-49.

Martin, N.J. (2007) The Asian Tsunami: An urgent case for government information systems and management, Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 16, 2, 188-200.  (Award winning paper)

Gregor, S.D., Hart, D, and Martin, N.J. (2007) Enterprise Architectures: Enablers of Business Strategy and IS/IT Alignment in Government, Information Technology and People, 20, 2, 96-120.

Martin, N.J., and Rice, J.L. (2007) Using biological models to improve innovation systems: The Case of Computer Anti-Viral Software. The European Journal of Innovation Management, 10, 2, 201-214.

Martin, N.J., and Rice, J.L.  (2007) Profiling Enterprise Risks in Large Computer Companies Using the Leximancer Software Tool. Risk Management: International Journal,  9, 3, July, 188-206.

Martin, N.J and Rice, J.L. (2007) Toll Holdings acquisition of Patrick Corporation: The Other Story Behind the Industrial Conflict, Management Case Study Journal, 7, 1, 33-54.

Rice, J.L. and Martin, N.J. (2008) Knowledge Based Alliances as a Driver of Mobile Telecommunications Convergence: An historical and technical overview. The International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies, 2,1, 93-105.

Martin, N.J, Gregor, S.D., and Rice, J.L. (2008) User-Centred Information Design Practices and Processes at the Australian Taxation Office, Information Design Journal, 16,1 54-68.

Rice, J.L. and Martin, N.J. (2008) The Formation of Boards of Directors as a Contingent Response to Environmental Uncertainty – Evidence from Emerging Economies. Corporate Board: Roles, Duties and Composition,  4, 3, 23-33.

Martin, N.J, and Rice, J.L. (2009) Concept Maps: A Technique for assessing Knowledge Manager Learning Needs , Knowledge Management Research and Practice, 7, 152-161. 

Rice, J.L. and Martin, N.J. (2009) The Antecedents of Foreign Joint Venture Formation in Transition Economies – A longitudinal analysis. Corporate Ownership and Control,  6,4, 459-467.

Rice, J., Martin, N. and Rathnappulige, S. (2009) Managerial Business Qualifications, Organisational Performance and Managerial Behaviour - evidence from Australia, Problems and Perspectives in Management, 7, 4, 62-74.

Martin, NJ. and Rice, J.L. (2010) Analyzing Emissions Intensive Firms as Regulatory Stakeholders: A Role for Adaptable Business Strategy. Business Strategy and the Environment 19, 64-75.

Martin, NJ. and Rice, J.L. (2010) Building better government IT: Understanding community beliefs and attitudes towards smart card technologies. Behaviour and Information Technology 29, 4 (August) 433-444.

Liao, T. S., Rice, J., and Martin, N., (2011) The role of the market in transforming training and knowledge to superior performance: evidence from the Australian manufacturing sector, The International Journal of Human Resource Management 22, 376-394.

Martin, N., and Rice, J., (2011), Evaluating and Designing Electronic Government for the Future: Observations and Insights from Australia. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 7(3), 38-56. 

Martin, N., and Rice, J., (2011), Cybercrime: Understanding and addressing the concerns of stakeholders. Computers & Security 30, 803-814.

Lodhia, S., and Martin, N. (2012). Stakeholder responses to the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act: An agenda setting perspective, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 25(1), 126-145.

Lodhia, S., and Martin, N. (2012) The Garnaut Review: What do Emissions-Intensive Trade-Exposed Industries really think about emerging climate change policies?, Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal, 3(1), 33-49.

Martin NJ, and Rice JL, (2012) Children's cyber-safety and protection in Australia: An analysis of community stakeholder views, Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 14(3), 165-181.

Martin, NJ. and Rice, J.L. (2012) Developing Renewable Energy Supply In Queensland, Australia: A Study of the Barriers, Targets, Policies and Actions. Renewable Energy 44(1) 119-127.

Martin N J, and Rice, JL., (2012). Emergency communications and warning systems: determinants of critical capacities in the Australian context, Disaster Prevention and Management, 21(5), 529-540.

Rice, JL, Liao, T-S, Martin, NJ, and Galvin P. (2012). The role of strategic alliances in complementing firm capabilities. Journal of Management & Organization 18(6): 858–869.

Martin, NJ and Rice JL. (2013) Spearing High Net Wealth Individuals: The Case of Online Fraud and Mature Age Internet Users.  International Journal of Information Security and Privacy, 7(1), 1-15.

Martin, NJ and Rice JL. (2013) The solar photovoltaic feed-in tariff scheme in New South Wales, Australia.  Energy Policy, 61(1), 697-706.

Martin, NJ, Rice JL and Lodhia, SK. (2014) Sustainable Development Planning: A Case of Public Participation using Online Forums, Sustainable Development 22, 265–275.

Martin, NJ and Rice JL. (2014) Influencing Clean Energy Laws: An Analysis of Business Stakeholder Engagement, Business Strategy and the Environment 23: 447–460.

Martin NJ and Rice JL (2014) Rebalancing Climate Change Debate and Policy: An Analysis of Online Discussions, Environmental Policy and Governance 24: 338–350.

Martin, NJ and Rice JL. (2014) Sustainable Development Pathways: Determining Socially Constructed Visions for Cities, Sustainable Development 22, 391–403.

Huang, F., Rice, JR, Galvin, P., and Martin, NJ. (2014) Openness and Appropriation: Empirical Evidence from Australian Businesses. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management 61 (3), 488-498.

Lodhia, SK and Martin, NJ. (2014) Corporate Sustainability Indicators: an Australian Mining Case Study. Journal of Cleaner Production. 84, 107–115.

Rice JL, Liao T-S, Galvin P, and Martin NJ. (2015) A configuration-based approach to integrating dynamic capabilities and market transformation in small and medium-sized enterprises to achieve firm performance. International Small Business Journal 33 (3), 231-253.

Martin, N., and Rice, J.L. (2015) Improving Australia’s Renewable Energy Project Policy and Planning: A Multiple Stakeholder Analysis, Energy Policy 84, 128–141.

Huang, F., Rice, J and Martin, N.  (2015) Does open innovation apply to China? Exploring the contingent role of external knowledge sources and internal absorptive capacity in Chinese large firms and SMEs, Journal of Management & Organization, 21,5, 594-613.

Rice JL and Martin NJ. (2016) Influencing climate change regulations: examining responses from large-scale firms, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 59:1, 44-61. 

Martin, N, Evans, M, Rice, J, Lodhia, S, and Gibbons, P (2016) Using offsets to mitigate environmental impacts of major projects: a stakeholder analysis. Journal of Environmental Management, 179, 58-65.

Martin, NJ, Rice, JL, and Martin R. (2016). Expectations of privacy and trust: examining the views of IT professionals, Behaviour & Information Technology, 6, 500-510.

Martin, NJ, and Rice, JL (2017). Examining the use of concept analysis and mapping software for renewable energy feed-in tariff design, Renewable Energy, 113, 211-220.

Rice, B, Fieger, P, Rice, JL, Martin, N, Knox, K, (2017) The impact of employees’ values on role engagement: Assessing the moderating effects of distributive justice, Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 38, 8, 1095-1109.

Lodhia, S, Martin, NJ, and Rice JL. (2017). Extended Producer Responsibility for waste televisions and computers: A regulatory evaluation of the Australian experience. Journal of Cleaner Production 164, 927-938.

Rice, B, Knox, K, Rice, JL, Martin, NJ, Fieger, P, Fitzgerald, A. (2017). Loyal employees in difficult settings: The compounding effects of inter-professional dysfunction and employee loyalty on job tension, Personnel Review, 46, 8, 1755-1769.

Martin, N., and Rice, J.L, (2018) Solar Energy Feed-In Tariffs: Examining fair and reasonable retail rates using cost avoidance estimates. Energy Policy Vol. 112, 19-28.

Lodhia, S, Martin, N., Rice, J.L (2018) Appraising offsets as a tool for integrated environmental planning and management.  Journal of Cleaner Production Vol. 178, 34-44.

Lodhia, S, Martin, N., Rice, J.L. (2018) One Stop Shopping as a regime: a crowdsourced analysis of integrated environmental approval policy. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management Vol. 25, No. 4, 420-438.

Conferences, Workshops, Symposiums, Professional Organization Papers (26)

Gregor, S.D., Martin, N.J. and Hart, D. (2002) Cyclic Alignment and e-Commerce systems: The role of Enterprise Architectures, Proceedings of the Tenth Polish Conference on EDI-EC, Łódź/Dobieszków, Poland, 3-5 June 2002, 173-190.

Martin, N.J. and Gregor, S.D. (2002) Enterprise Architectures and Information Systems Alignment: Policy, Research and Future Implications, Proceedings of the Thirteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Melbourne, Australia, 4-6 December 2002, Vol.3, 1057-1068.

Gregor, S.D., Martin, N.J. and Hart, D.  (2003) Enterprise Architectures in Government: Enablers of Business Strategy and Information Systems Alignment, Proceedings of the Fourteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Perth, Australia, 26-28 November 2003.

Gregor, S.D., Martin, N.J. and Hart, D. (2004) Using a common architecture in Australian eGovernment: The case of Smart Service Queensland, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Electronic Commerce, Delft, The Netherlands, 25-27 October 2004.

Gregor, S.D., Martin, N.J. and Hart, D.  (2004) Aligning Public Sector Agencies: Revisiting Luftman’s Enablers and Inhibitors of Alignment, Proceedings of the Fifteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Hobart, Australia, 1-3 December 2004. (Received best paper nomination at ACIS 2004)

Martin, N.J. (2005) Protecting Government Information Post 9/11: An Evolving Role for Security Architectures, Proceedings of the Sixteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Sydney, Australia, 30 Nov-2 Dec 2005.

Martin, N.J. (2005) The Asian Tsunami: An urgent case for improved government information management and sharing, Proceedings of the Sixteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Sydney, Australia, 30 Nov-2 Dec 2005.

Rice, J.L., and Martin, N.J. (2006) The emergence of Nokia in its National Historical Context, Proceedings of the 20th European Business History Association Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, August 2006.

Martin, N.J., and Rice, J.L.  (2006) Building computer virus immune response using a Bio-mimicry Framework: An Innovative and Theoretical Discourse. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Adelaide, Australia,   6-8 Dec 2006.

Rice, J.L., and Martin, N.J. (2006) Biology guiding innovation in information systems security design: the case of anti-computer virus systems development. Asia Academy of Management Conference, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, 21 December 2006.

Lodhia, S.K., and Martin, N.J. (2009) Stakeholder Responses to the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act. Eighth Australasian Conference on Social and Environmental Accounting Research, Christchurch, New Zealand, 5-8 December 2009.

Lodhia, S., and Martin, N.J. (2010) The Garnaut Review: What Trade-Exposed Emissions-Intensive Industries really think about climate change. The Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, 4-6 July 2010.

Martin, N.J., and Rice, J.L.  (2010) Concept Analysis and Mapping: Techniques for Investigating ICT Firms Performance. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Qualitative Research on IT (QUALIT), Brisbane, Australia, 29-30 Nov 2010.

Liao, T, Rice, J and Martin, N. (2011) Do dynamic capabilities lead to firm performance? An empirical evaluation of the nexus, The 71stAcademy of Management Annual Meeting, San Antonio TX USA, 12-16 August 2011.

Martin, N.J., Rice, J.L. and Lodhia, S.K., (2011) Sustainable Development in Australia’s National Capital: Results from Online Forum Participation. Engineers Australia, Canberra Division Technical Program, 5 July 2011.

Martin, N.J., and Rice, J.L.  (2012) Emergency Communications and Warning Systems: Determining Critical Capacities and Capabilities in the Australian Context. Proceedings of First Earth: Fire and Rain, the Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference, Brisbane, Australia,   16-18 Apr 2012.

Martin, N.J., and Rice, J.L.  (2012) Influencing and Complying with Carbon Tax Reforms: Contrasting Business Approaches in Australia. Proceedings of Water and Climate: Practical Response to Climate Change Conference 2012, Canberra, Australia, 1-3 May 2012.

Lodhia, SK, and Martin, N.J.  (2012) Revisiting a Corporate Sustainability Framework: A Diversified Resources Firm Perspective. Proceedings of RMIT Accounting for Sustainability Conference 2012, Melbourne, Australia, 28 May 2012.

Rice, JL, Martin, NJ, Liao, T-S and Gurd B. (2013). Planning, Growth and Optimism: Evidence from Australian Manufacturing SMEs. The 73rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Orlando, Florida USA, August 9-13, 2013.

Kim, K and Martin NJ. (2013). Influences and impacts on worker productivity: An exploratory study of Videoconferencing Systems in a Global Professional Services Firm. The 24th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Melbourne Australia, 4-6 December, 2013.

Rice, J.L.  and Martin, NJ. (2014) Here we go again: Views of Short-Cycle Disaster Preparedness in the Australian Context. Proceedings of Third Earth: Fire and Rain, the Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference, Gold Coast, Australia,   5-7 May 2014.

Martin, NJ and Rice JR. (2014) Advancing Climate Change Policy and Governance: A Stakeholder Analysis. Proceedings of CONVENTION 2014: Practical Responses to Climate Change, Melbourne, Australia,   24-28 November 2014.

Rice, J.L., Galvin, P., Gurd, B., and Liao, T-S. (2014). Planning, Growth and Optimism: Evidence from Australian Manufacturing SMEs. Proceedings of the 28th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Sydney, Australia, 3-5 December 2014.

Rice, J.L., Martin, NJ., and Gurd, B. (2015). Strategic planning, budget monitoring and growth optimism: Evidence from Australian SME’s. Proceedings of the 28th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand 2-4 December 2015.

Rice, J.L, Galvin, P, and Martin, N. (2016). Unmanned Aircraft Systems: A Case of Dual Use  Technology and Product Innovation. Proceedings of the 30th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 6-8 December 2016. 

Martin, N., Rice, JL, and Lodhia, S, (2017). Examining Offsets as an Enabler of Integrated Environmental Planning and Management. Proceedings of the 31th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 7-9 December 2017.

Research Book Chapters (2)

Martin, N.J. and Gregor, S.D. Requirements Engineering: A case of developing and managing quality software systems in the public sector, Chapter 16 in Wohlin, C, and Aybuke, A. Engineering and Managing Software Requirements, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, ISBN 3-540-25043-3(July 2005).

Martin, N.J., Gregor, S.D., and Hart, D. Government Enterprise Architectures: Enabling the Alignment of Business Processes and Information Systems, Chapter 18 in Saha, P, Advances in Government Enterprise Architecture, pp, 409-437, The Idea Publishing Group, Singapore, ISBN 160566068X, 9781605660684,(November 2008).

 

Research Articles – In Progress and Accepted 2019-2020 (9)

Martin, N., and Rice, J.L, (2019) Smart infrastructure technologies: Crowdsourcing future development and benefits for Australian communities.  Technological Forecasting and Social Change (Accepted 2020) 

Martin, N., and Rice, J.L, Joint Research Project – CSG Project, commenced 2016 “Coal Seam Gas Energy Projects: Policy for Compensation and Benefits Sharing” Target: Resources Policy (Accepted 2019)

Martin, N., Rice, J.L, & Arthur, D, Joint Research Project – Social Media Systems capabilities, commenced 2017 “Advancing Social Media Derived Information Messaging and Management: A Multi-Development Mode perspective” Target: International Journal of Information Management (Accepted 2020)

Martin, N., and Rice, J.L, Joint Research Project – Social Media Systems Project characteristics, commenced 2018 “Strategies for Advancing Firms Social Media Projects: An IT management perspective” Target: International Journal of IT Project Management

Martin, N., and Rice, J.L, Joint Research Project – IT security in SMBs, commenced 2017 “Small Business IT Securty: A Monte Carlo Analysis”. Target: Computers & Security

Martin, N., and Rice, J.L, Joint Research Project – Energy Storage Systems, commenced 2017 “A Review of Energy Storage Systems Options in Australia”. Target: Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews

Martin, N., Rice, J.L, Lodhia, S, Joint Research Project – Environmental Waste Management Systems, commenced 2018 “Examining Pluralistic Regulations for Environmental Waste Management in Australia”. Target: Australasian Journal of Environmental Management

Martin, N., and Rice, J.L, Joint Research Project – Energy Grid Modernization – Combinatorial Mathematics Analysis. Target: Energy Policy

Martin, N., and Rice, J.L, Joint Research Project – Electric Vehicle Growth Pathways – Combinatorial Mathematics Analysis. Target: Renewable Energy

 

ACADEMIC AUTHORED PUBLICATIONS (7)

Publications – Text Books

Carpenter, M.A., Sanders, W.M.G., Rice, J.L., and Martin, N.J. (2009) Strategic Management: A Dynamic Perspective.

Carpenter, M.A., Sanders, W.M.G., Rice, J.L., and Martin, N.J. (2009) Strategic Management: A Dynamic Perspective - Instructor Manual.

 

Publications – Case Chapters

Martin, N.J. (2009) Westpac and St George: Banking on a smooth merger and integration of systems, Case Chapter in Carpenter, M.A., Sanders, W.M.G., Rice, J.L., and Martin, N.J. (2009) Strategic Management: A Dynamic Perspective.

Rice, J.L. and Martin, N.J. (2009) Peter Jackson - New Zealand's finest director, Case Chapter in Carpenter, M.A., Sanders, W.M.G., Rice, J.L., and Martin, N.J. (2009) Strategic Management: A Dynamic Perspective.

Rice, J.L. and Martin, N.J. (2009) Australia's CSL Ltd-a global quiet achiever, Case Chapter in Carpenter, M.A., Sanders, W.M.G., Rice, J.L., and Martin, N.J. (2009) Strategic Management: A Dynamic Perspective.

Rice, J.L. and Martin, N.J. (2009) Nokia's use of strategic alliances as a foundation for market success, Case Chapter in Carpenter, M.A., Sanders, W.M.G., Rice, J.L., and Martin, N.J. (2009) Strategic Management: A Dynamic Perspective.

Rice, J.L. and Martin, N.J. (2009) Corporate social responsibility at Woolworths Limited, Case Chapter in Carpenter, M.A., Sanders, W.M.G., Rice, J.L., and Martin, N.J. (2009) Strategic Management: A Dynamic Perspective.

 

Research grants and awards

Grants

2016 - Defence Science and Technology Organisation - Evaluating potential impact of advanced Artificial Intelligence on organisations using social-weight variables. 


Awards


Journal Articles – Awards

Dr Nigel James Martin, Outstanding Paper Award Winner, Emerald Literati Network, 2008 Awards for Excellence for the paper:

Martin, N. J. (2007), The Asian Tsunami: An urgent case for government information systems and management, Disaster Prevention and Management: International Journal, Vol. 16, No. 2, 188 – 200.

Dr Nigel James Martin, EIANZ Merit Award Recipients 2019 – The Eric Anderson Award (2019) for the most outstanding research paper in 2018-19 paper:

Lodhia, S, Martin, N., Rice, J.L. (2018) One Stop Shopping as a regime: a crowdsourced analysis of integrated environmental approval policy. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, Vol. 25, No. 4, 420-438.


The Australian National University – Teaching Recognition

2010 and 2011, Nominee Vice Chancellor’s Awards for Teaching and Education

2011, ANU/PARSA Top Supervisor (PhD) Award

2011, Nominee ANU CBE Awards for Teaching and Education (Teaching Excellence)

2015, Nominee ANU CBE Awards for Teaching and Education (Teaching Excellence)

2018, Nominee ANU CBE Awards for Teaching and Education (Citation)

2018, Nominee ANU CBE Awards for Teaching and Education (Teaching Excellence)

 

Research engagement and outreach

Member ANZAM (elected 2006)

Member IEAust

CPEng, MIEAust, Engineers Australia, (since 1994)

 

THE CONVERSATION ONLINE PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA INTERVIEWS

The Future of Telstra – Afternoon Drive-Time, 702ABC, 5.00PM, 20 June 2018.

29 October 2015 - The ‘Aldification’ of Woolworths is destroying its value. By John Rice, University of New England and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

1 September 2015 - Superstar CEOs no substitute for diverse leaders. By Nigel Martin, Australian National University and John Rice, University of New England

29 June 2015 - What if your manager’s work could be replaced with an algorithm? By John Rice, University of New England and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

17 June 2015 - Woolworths forced to eat a slice of humble pie. By John Rice, University of New England and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

5 June 2015 - Alan Bond’s lesson for Australia: we get the fraudsters we deserve. By John Rice, University of New England and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

5 June 2015 - The Terminator as boss: why mass sackings don’t work. By John Rice, University of New England and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

1 April 2015 - From rooster to feather duster: why leaders can’t change. By John Rice, University of New England and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

5 March 2015 - Lessons in management from Qantas and Myer. By John Rice, University of New England and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

23 February 2015 - Australia Post’s cash cow is drying up: time for some new thinking. By John Rice, University of New England and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

15 December 2014 - Lima climate agreement – experts react. By Ian McGregor, University of Technology, Sydney; Nigel Martin, Australian National University, and Peter Burdon

28 October 2014 - When Tesla takes hold in Australia, your car dealer won’t like it. By Nigel Martin, Australian National University and John Rice, Griffith University

Tesla in Australia – The Clive Robertson Show, 2UE, 8.00PM, 2 December 2014.

26 August 2014 - Lost in the bush? Australia Post’s regional future. By John Rice, Griffith University and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

The Future of Australia Post – Mornings with Linda Mottram, 702ABC, 10.00AM, 5 September 2014.

5 August 2014 - Private equity looms over Australia’s wine industry. By John Rice, Griffith University and Nigel Martin, Australian National University 5 August 2014 - What our love affair with coffee pods reveals about our values. By John Rice, Griffith University and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

22 July 2014 - The high road and low road of public investment in universities. By John Rice, Griffith University and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

20 June 2014 - ‘Google Schmoogle’ – how Yellow Pages got it so wrong. By John Rice, Griffith University and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

12 June 2014 - Australia Post, Telstra and the ‘dying business’ dilemma. By John Rice, Griffith University and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

9 May 2014 - Digging beneath China’s interest in Australian iron ore projects. By John Rice, Griffith University and Nigel Martin, Australian National University

26 February 2014 - Wind turbines could put the brakes on hurricanes. By James Whitmore, The Conversation, Expert opinion on turbine speeds and safe engineered capacity by Nigel Martin, Australian National University

 

Teaching

Nigel Martin teaches in the areas of Technology Management and Governance, Project Management, Enterprise Systems and Business Process Management


Current teaching

INFS3024 – Information Systems Management

INFS8205 – Digital Strategy, Executive & Operations

INFS8004 – Enterprise Systems and Strategy


Prior teaching

INFS3002 – Strategic Management of E-Commerce

INFS7043 – Strategic E-Commerce

INFS3002 – Enterprise Systems in Business

INFS3024 – Information Systems Management

INFS8205 – Knowledge Management and Strategic Systems Planning

INFS8004 – Enterprise Systems and Business Process Management

INFS3059 – Project Management & IS

BUSN7024 – Project Management Principles

BUSN8062 – Project Management and the Executive

 

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