Dr Denise Jackson awarded prize for best journal article
Wednesday, 05 October 2011
Dr Denise Jackson from the ECU Business Edge team was recently awarded the prize for the best journal article in Volume 8 of the International Journal of Management Education, for her article ‘An international profile of industry relevant competencies and skill gaps in modern graduates’.
The International Journal of Management Education (IJME) highlights the profile of management education on both a national and international level showcasing educational research and developments within business, management, accountancy and finance.
The journal's target readership includes academics and training practitioners engaged in the teaching or administration of business related programs in universities and comparable higher education institutes located across the globe.
The prize is the result of an open voting and scoring system with an electoral college entirely made up of Editorial Advisors. The group of Editorial Advisors include a number of senior and distinguished Business School academics. Denise’s paper was voted joint winner with one other paper by this informed and esteemed group.Denise works in the ECU Business Edge team for the Faculty of Business and Law, and this paper was one of a number she completed to earn her recent PhD in the important research area of employability skills.