Papers from 2006
Market intelligence study for the Tweed/Gold Coast campus of Southern Cross University: report to Vice-Chancellor and President of Southern Cross University, Pat Gillett, Jennifer L. Harrison, Dennis Howard, and Stephen J. Kelly
2006 Centre for Enterprise Development and Research: CEDAR Research report no. 8.
An evaluation of how market segmentation approaches aid destination marketing, Janet Hanlan, Don Fuller, and Simon J. Wilde
2006 Journal of Hospitality and Leisure Marketing 15:1 5-26.
Destination decision making: the need for a strategic planning and management approach, Janet Hanlan, Don Fuller, and Simon J. Wilde
2006 Tourism and Hospitality Planning & Development 3:3 209-221.
Segmenting tourism markets: a critical review, Janet Hanlan, Don Fuller, and Simon J. Wilde
2006 Proceedings of To the city and beyond: Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) Conference.
Marketing tourist destinations to media savvy consumers: an alternative model, Janet Hanlan and Stephen J. Kelly
2006 To the city and beyond: proceedings of the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) conference.
Financial management and dairy farmer satisfaction with performance, Jennifer L. Harrison
2006 International Journal of Agricultural Management 3:4 1-18.
Strategic orientation, environmental uncertainty and organisational effectiveness: a test of information scope as a mediator, Jennifer L. Harrison
2006 20th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management.
BCU staff survey, Jennifer L. Harrison and Stephen J. Kelly
2006 Development and Research: CEDAR Research report no. 12.
Business realtionships and perceived environmental uncertainty: should I stay or should I go now?, Jennifer L. Harrison and Stephen J. Kelly
2006 Management: pragmatism, philosophy, priorities: proceedings of the 20th ANZAM conference.
Gold Coast IT capability audit: report to Gold Coast City Council, Jennifer L. Harrison and Stephen J. Kelly
2006 Centre for Enterprise Development and Research: CEDAR Research:report no. 14.
Grafton bus usage study, Stewart Hase
2006 Clarence Community Transport Inc..
In exile in my mind, Stewart Hase
2006 Landscapes of Exile Conference.
Overcoming barriers to knowledge management: visiting the dark side of organizations, Stewart Hase, Shankar Sankaran, and Alan T. Davies
2006 ACctKM Online Journal of Knowledge Management 3:1.
Developing learner capability through action research: from pedagogy to heutagogy in the workplace, Stewart Hase, Boon Hou Tay, and E Goh
2006 Global VET: Challenges at the Global, National and local levels: Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association (AVETRA) Conference.
Developing management skill using action research: moving beyond skills and competency, Stewart Hase, Boon Hou Tay, and E Goh
2006 6th annual Hawaii International Conference on Business.
The strategic value of oscillating tie strength in technology clusters, William P. Hebbert, Robyn L. Keast, and Kavoos Mohannak
2006 Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice 8:4.
Strategic planning for regional economic development – a portfolio approach for regional planners, D Howard and Jennifer L. Harrison
2006 Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 2006 Tenth National Conference.
Postcolonialism and the politics of qualitative research in international business, Gavin Jack and Robert I. Westwood
2006 Management International Review 46:4 481-501.
Comedians at work: managing and organising a comedic performance, Allanah Johnston and Robert I. Westwood
2006 2006 Colloquium of the Australasian Humour Scholars Network.
A future research agenda for international joint ventures in South East Asia, Craig C. Julian
2006 Innovation and service excellence for competitive advantage in the global environment: Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of Asia Pacific Decision Sciences Institute (APDSI) 158-161.
An examination of the relationship between control, partners needs, commitment and conflict in international joint ventures (IJVs), Craig C. Julian
2006 Innovation and service excellence for competitive advantage in the global environment: Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of Asia Pacific Decision Sciences Institute (APDSI) 12-15.
Export marketing performance: a developing country versus developed country perspective, Craig C. Julian
2006 Business across borders in the 21st century: Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial Conference of the Academy of World Business, Marketing and Management Development 2:1 424-434.
Product characteristics and IJV marketing performance, Craig C. Julian
2006 Innovation and service Excellence for Competitive Advantage in the Global Environment: Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of Asia Pacific Decision Sciences Institute (APDSI) 40-43.
The concept of marketing orientation and its role in international joint venture (IJV) success, Craig C. Julian
2006 Innovation and service excellence for competitive advantage in the global environment: Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of Asia Pacific Decision Sciences Institute (APDSI) 154-157.
The internationalization of Australian firms: the empirical link between entry mode selection and barriers to internationalization, Craig C. Julian
2006 Business across borders in the 21st century: Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial Conference of the Academy of World Business, Marketing and Management Development 2:1 551-560.
The empirical links between industry structure, strategy, marketing capabilities, market learning and brand performance, Craig C. Julian, Aron O'Cass, and Jay Weerawardena
2006 Business across borders in the 21st century: Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial Conference of the Academy of World Business, Marketing and Management Development 2:1 459-468.
Entrepreneurial aspirations: a five country study, Craig C. Julian and Siri Terjesen
2006 Innovation and service excellence for competitive advantage in the global environment: Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of Asia Pacific Decision Sciences Institute (APDSI) 16-19.
International joint ventures (IJVs): does heterogeneity make a difference?, Craig C. Julian, Renee M. Wachter, and Carolyn B. Mueller
2006 Business across borders in the 21st century: Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial Conference of the Academy of World Business, Marketing and Management Development 2:1 308-316.
Adjusting to new ways of working: experiments with service delivery in the public sector, Robyn L. Keast and Kerry A. Brown
2006 Australian Journal of Public Administration 65:4 41-53.
Mixing state, market and network governance modes: the role of government in "crowded" policy domains, Robyn L. Keast, Myrna Mandell, and Kerry A. Brown
2006 International Journal of Organization Theory and Behavior 9:1 27-50.
Participatory evaluation: a missing component in the sustainable social change equation for public services, Robyn L. Keast and Jennifer Waterhouse
2006 SC: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance 15:1 23-35.
Strategising in dynamic markets dominated by disruptive innovation: an analysis of small ICT firms, Stephen J. Kelly, Jennifer L. Harrison, and Steven NJ French
2006 Management Development Journal of Singapore 14:1.
Australian Regional Tourism Convention, Norfolk Island: overview of findings: Destination Workshops, Meredith Lawrence and Simon J. Wilde
2006 Australian Regional Research Tourism Centre & Norfolk Island Tourism.
Evaluating network arrangements: toward revised performance measures, M P. Mandell and Robyn L. Keast
2006 Public Performance and Management Review 30:4 574-597.
Guest perceptions of hotel loyalty, David DM Mason, Carmen Tideswell, and Elizabeth Roberts
2006 Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research 30:2 191-206.
Short-skirt/long jacket: the invocation of popular culture in organisational socialisation practices, M McKechnie and Robert I. Westwood
2006 Work, Industrial Relations and Popular Culture Conference.
A Kleinian analysis of organisations: implications for competitive activity, J McManus and Robert I. Westwood
2006 23rd Annual Meetings of the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations.
Demystifying the links between the VET and higher education sectors, Peter Miller
2006 Australian Institute of Training and Development annual conference: The business of learning: people, skills & technology.
The inspirational leader: how to motivate, encourage and achieve success, Peter Miller
2006 Leadership & Organization Development Journal 27:5 418-419.
Crafting a community: case study, Simon J. Pervan
2006 Consumer behaviour: an Asia Pacific approach.
Easy exchange: case study, Simon J. Pervan
2006 Consumer behaviour: an Asia Pacific approach.
Soap operas in New Zealand and the US: product placement strategy and consumption imagery, Simon J. Pervan and Brett AS Martin
2006 Advances in Consumer Research 33 134-137.
The theoretical underpinnings of emotional dissonance: a framework and analysis of propositions, Brendan Phillips, Thomas Tsu-Wee Tan, and Craig C. Julian
2006 Journal of Services Marketing 20:7 471-478.
A 'region' that learn? cluster and network measurement for policymaking in Wales: meeting the needs of stakeholders, David G. Pickernell, Patricia A. Rowe, K L. Brown, Robyn L. Keast, and Michael John Christie
2006 Tenth International Research Symposium on Public Management (IRSPM X).
Examining a model of on-line auction adoption: a cross-country study, Mohammed Quaddus and Jun Xu
2006 10th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems.
Continuous quality improvement in Australian aged care facilities, Devi Ranasinghe and Peter Miller
2006 International Journal of Health & Ageing Management 1:1 26-46.
Australian elite leaders and intuition, Martin Robson and Peter Miller
2006 Australasian Journal of Business and Social Inquiry 4:3 43-61.
Using voice in a virtual classroom: the experience and reaction of first time student users, Stephen Rowe
2006 Innovation, Education, Technology and You: Illinois Online Conference on Teaching and Learning.
Audiographics moves to the web, Stephen Rowe and Allan Ellis
2006 AusWeb06: Proceedings of the Twelfth Australasian World Wide Web Conference.
The evolution of audiographics: a case study of audiographics teaching in a business faculty, Stephen Rowe, Allan Ellis, and Tran Quoc Bao
2006 Who’s learning? whose technology?: Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Ascilite Conference 707-716.
Engaging indigenous communities: towards a policy framework for indigenous community justice programmes, Neal Ryan, Brian Head, Robyn L. Keast, and Kerry A. Brown
2006 Social Policy & Administration 40:3 304-321.
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) based event notification system architecture for telemedicine applications, Anwar Sadat, Golam Sorwar, and Morshed U. Chowdhury
2006 Proceedings of 5th IEEE/ACIS International Conference on Computer and Information Science, ICIS 2006 214-218.
What impact will the Research Quality Framework have on knowledge production and diffusion in Australia’s new generation universities?, Gita Sankaran, Stewart Hase, and Shankar Sankaran
2006 International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management 6:2 55-62.
Industrial relations in Australia: work and workplaces, Richard Sappey, John Burgess, Michael Lyons, and Jeremy Buultjens
The implications of greater community involvement on perceived satisfaction levels of local government service provision, Don R. Scott
2006 Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 2006 Tenth National Conference.
The interaction between attachment and involvement in assessing community satisfaction for a non-profit service provider, Don R. Scott and Peter Vitartas
2006 3rd Australasian Nonprofit & Social Marketing Conference.
Fast and adaptive block-based motion estimation for video coding, Golam Sorwar and Manzur Murshed
2006 Proceedings of 21st International Conference Image and Vision Computing New Zealand (IVCNZ).
The influence of goal orientations, individual traits and anxiety on the self-efficacy of new web conferencing software, Peter Vitartas
2006 AusWeb06 : the twelfth Australasian World Wide Web Conference : AusWeb06 : making a difference with web technologies : proceedings of AusWeb06.
The relationship between community involvement, attachment and trust and perceived satisfaction levels of local government service delivery, Peter Vitartas and Don Scott
2006 Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government 12:1 1-9.
Elements of timestyle based on consumers' perceptions, Peter Vitartas and Don R. Scott
2006 2nd International Conference for the Australasian Business and Behavioural Sciences Association.
Administrative and academic female, middle managers in higher education in Australia: opportunities for development, Michelle Wallace
2006 Proceedings of Change in climate? prospects for gender equity in universities: Australian Technical Network of Universities Women's Executive Development Program International Conference.
Report of the working party on delivery models of special education, Michelle Wallace
2006 Catholic Education Office, Diocese of Lismore.
The paradox and the price: female academic managers in a changing tertiary education context, Michelle Wallace
2006 Advancing Women in Leadership vol. 21:Summer.
Does industry matter? examining the role of industry structure and organizational learning in innovation and brand performance, Jay Weerawardena, Aron O'Cass, and Craig C. Julian
2006 Journal of Business Research 59:1 37-45.
International business and management studies as an orientalist discourse: a postcolonial critique, Robert I. Westwood
2006 Critical Perspectives on International Business 2:2 91-113.
Shiny, happy people or eros rampant: re-configuring motivation theory?, Robert I. Westwood, D Boje, J Brewis, S Linstead, and A O'Shea
2006 The passion of organising 35-64.
Predictors of performance: psychological testing and susequent performance of NSW police service recruits, Robert I. Westwood, R Wood, J Crawford, and R Rawlings
The economic value of community facilities projects to the Coffs Coast Regional economy: a regional input-output analysis: report to Economic Development Unit, Coffs Harbour City Council, Simon J. Wilde and Stephen Mason
2006 Centre for Enterprise Development and Research: CEDAR Research report no. 5.
Breaching Merton's Code: public research scientists coping with commercialisation, R Wong and Robert I. Westwood
2006 6th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations.
Papers from 2005
Malaysian exporters' and non-exporters' perceptions of the various barriers to export, Zafar U. Ahmed, Craig C. Julian, and Abdul J. Mahajar
2005 Collaborative decision making in the internet era: Proceedings of the 10th Asia-Pacific Decision Sciences Institute Conference 11-18.
Desktop video-assisted music teaching and learning: new opportunities for design and delivery, Allan J. Anderson and Allan Ellis
2005 British Journal of Educational Technology 36:5 915-917.
Analysis of transport needs at Coffs Harbour Education Campus, Bruce Armstrong
2005 Administration and Services Manager, Coffs Harbour Education Campus.
Managing your business through effective IT management - secure it or lose it, Bruce Armstrong and Tim Comber
2005 CPA NSW Country Congress.
Validation of a computer user satisfaction questionnaire to measure IS success in small business, Bruce Armstrong, Gerard J. Fogarty, Don Dingsdag, and Julian Dimbleby
2005 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology 37:1 27-42.
Coffs Coast visitor survey: report to Coffs Coast Tourism Association, Bruce Armstrong, Stephen Mason, Don Fuller, Johan Richard Edelheim, and Simon J. Wilde
2005 Centre for Enterprise Development and Research: CEDAR Research report no. 1.
Evaluating implementation of the voluntary responsible gambling code of practice in Queensland, Australia, Helen Breen, Jeremy Buultjens, and Nerilee Hing
2005 Newscan: Responsible Gambling Council Ontario 7:31 15-25.
Facilitators and impediments arising from the introduction of a voluntary responsible gambling code of practice in Queensland, Australia, Helen Breen, Jeremy Buultjens, and Nerilee Hing
2005 International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction Special Conference Issue: Gambling and Problem Gambling in New Zealand: Stock and Moving Forward on Policy, Practice and Research: Proceedings of the International Gambling Conference and the International Think Tank on Presenting Gambling Populations and First Contact Services.
Social services policy and delivery in Australia: centre–periphery mixes, Kerry A. Brown and Robyn L. Keast
2005 Policy & Politics 33:3 505-518.
Academics’ responses to the implementation of a quality agenda, Yvonne Brunetto
2005 Quality in Higher Education 11:2 161-180.
Implementing business policies within the Australian context: the role of economic development officers within local government, Yvonne Brunetto and R Farr-Wharton
2005 Journal of Innovation Management 11:20 161-180.
The impact of gender on opportunity recognition of entrepreneurs: the implications for the productivity of non-social networks, Yvonne Brunetto and R Farr-Wharton
2005 the 65th Academy of Management (AOM) Conference: a new vision of management in the 21st century.
The impact of NPM on the job satisfaction of Australian public sector employees, Yvonne Brunetto and R Farr-Wharton
2005 Asian Pacific Journal of Human Resources 43:2 289-304.
The role of management post NPM in the implementation of new policies affecting police officers’ practices, Yvonne Brunetto and R Farr-Wharton
2005 Policing: International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 28:2 221-241.
Education and Indigenous tourism: an exploration of a Southern Cross initiative, Jeremy Buultjens and William E. Boyd
2005 Sharing tourism knowledge: Proceedings of the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) Conference.
Tourism and its implications for management in Ruhuna National Park (Yala), Sri Lanka, Jeremy Buultjens, I Ratnayake, A Gnanapala, and M Aslam
2005 Tourism Management 26:5 733-742.
Public sector initiatives for Aboriginal small business development in tourism, Jeremy Buultjens, Iain Waller, Sasha Graham, and Dean B. Carson
2005 Indigenous Tourism: the Commodification and Management of Culture 127-147.
The mature aged in transition: innovative practice for re-engagement, Roslyn Cameron
2005 8th annual AVETRA Conference.
Trajectories, transitions and transformations, Roslyn Cameron
2005 13th annual international conference on post-compulsory education and training.
A minimum dataset (MDS) specification for monitoring engagement of Indigenous enterprises in tourism, Dean B. Carson, Sarah Beattie, and Jeremy Buultjens
Identifying successful e-branding strategies in Thailand, Sunti Chirawatthanangkoon and Stephen J. Kelly
2005 Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of the Asian Academy of Applied Business (AAAB).
Community entrepreneurship in action, Michael John Christie
2005 Academy of Management Conference.
New directions in social entrepreneurship, Michael John Christie and Benson Honig
2005 Proceedings of 18th Annual SEAANZ Conference, 'The role of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in rural, regional and urban development.
Social entrepreneurship: new research findings, Michael John Christie and Benson Honig
2005 Journal of World Business 41:1 1-5.
Sharing the vision: aligning micro-finance agencies with new technology based SMEs, Michael John Christie and Patricia A. Rowe
2005 Proceddings of Golden Opportunities for Entrepreneurship: 50th International Council for Small Business (ICSB) World Conference.
Community entrepreneurship issues in the implementation of networks for public policy, Michael John Christie, Patricia A. Rowe, and David G. Pickernell
2005 Proceedings of First Annual Community Entrepreneurship Symposium.
Testing relationships among variables measuring credit management in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), Margaret Frances Drever and Bruce Armstrong
2005 Small Enterprise Association of Australia and New Zealand : 18th Annual Conference.
Promoting communities of practice in transnational higher education, Lee Dunn and Michelle Wallace
2005 Proceedings Breaking down barriers: the international experience in open, distance and flexible education: 17th Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia biennial conference.
A profile of problem gambling clients in Northern NSW, Barry Evans, Yvonne Corrigan, Jeremy Buultjens, John Haw, Nerilee Hing, and Helen Breen
2005 Proceedings of the 14th Annual National Association for Gambling Studies Conference.
Rejuvenating a maturing tourist destination: the case of the Gold Coast, Australia, Bill Faulkner and Carmen Tideswell
2005 The tourism area life cycle 1: applications and modifications 306-337.
The abundance of simple business models on the World Wide Web, Michael Featherstone and Allan Ellis
2005 Proceedings of AusWeb05 Conference.