Associate Professor Dieter Fink
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- IT Value Realisation;
- E-Business Risk and Security Management;
- IT / IS Project Management; and
- Project Risk Management.
Dr Dieter Fink is an Associate Professor in the School of Management. Prior to joining academe he worked as a Systems Engineer for IBM and as Manager of IT Consulting for Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young).
He has been a visiting academic at the Australian National University, University of Cape Town, Canterbury University (Erskine Fellow), Passau University, and Free University of Berlin as part of the German Academic Exchange Programme (DAAD).
His interests are in organisational governance; particularly establishing and measuring the value of investments and minimising their risks. Governance activities include Information Technology and Projects. His particular focus is on how theory is reflected in practice.
- Associate Professor (School of Management).
- CTA(CapeT); and
- GradCertTertTeach (ECU).
- Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA).
Awards and recognition
- Lee, J., & Fink, D. (2013). Knowledge Mapping: Encouragements and Impediments to Adoption, Journal of Knowledge Management, 17(1), 16-28.
- Fink, D. (2012). The Future of Case Teaching: Applying Strategies for Enhancing Student Knowledge with Wisdom, International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies, 5(1/2), 154-170.
- Fink, D. (2011). Road Safety 2.0: A Case of Transforming Government's Approach to Road Safety by Engaging Citizens through Web 2.0, Journal of Cases on Information Technology (**Special Issue on e-Government**), 13 (3), 21-38.
- Fink, D. (2011). Key Issues in Project Risk Management, The Project Manager, Feb/March.
- Ko, D. & Fink, D. (2010). Information Technology Governance: An Evaluation of the Theory-Practice Gap. Corporate Governance, 10 (5), 662-674.
- Gururajan V, Fink, D. (2010). Attitudes towards Knowledge Transfer in an Environment to Perform. Journal of Knowledge Management, 14 (6), 826-840.
- Fink, D., & Nyaga, C. (2009). Evaluating Website Quality: the Value of a Multi Paradigm Approach. Benchmarking: An International Journal, 16 (2), 259-273.
- Fink, D. (2012). Effective Risk Management: Insights from Australian Project Managers, 5th Biennial Conference of the Academy of World Business, Marketing and Management Development, Budapest, Hungary.
- Fink, D. (2011). Re-engineering the Academic Unit's Research Practice: A Stages Model, International Conference on Business and Information, Bangkok, Thailand.
- Fink, D. (2010). Road Safety 2.0: Insights and Implications for Government, Bled eConference, Bled, Slovenia.
- Fink, D., & Garner, S. (2008) Wisdom in Student Assignments: Its Operationalisation and Manifestation, Informing Sciences + IT Education, Varna, Bulgaria.
- Fink, D. (2008). Behaviour Change, Citizen Engagement and Web 2.0: The Quest for Safer Roads, 4th International Conference on e-Government, Melbourne.
- Fink, D. (2007). Self Assessment: A Critical Step in Developing the Research Capabilities of ProfDoc Students (**Best Authentic Learning Paper Award**), Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA), Adelaide.
- Fink, D. (2007). Antecedents for Building Trust in Professional e-Services, 7th IFIP Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society, Wuhan, China, Springer Verlag.
- Lee, J., & Fink, D. (2007) Knowledge Mapping Readiness, Conference on Information Management and Internet Research, Perth, Edith Cowan University.
- Fink, D. (2006). The Professional Doctorate: Its Relativity to the PhD and Relevance for the Knowledge Economy (**Best Paper Award**), Informing Science + IT Education, Manchester.
- Fink, D. (2006). Research and Teaching in a New Generation University: Emerging Dimensions and Academics' Attitudes, Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA), Perth.
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