Senior lecturer and link tutor for off campus programmes within the Business School.
Research Interests and Research Subject Specialisms
Ever since 1998 I has actively been involved in Information Systems (IS) development related research with valuable experiences attained through fieldwork within applied research projects in UK. Research interests have encompassed pure IS areas as well as applied interests in electronic commerce, Business Process re-engineering, Knowledge Management and e-governance. My Doctoral work in companies in the UK, enabled development of a framework of analysis through the application of an emergent research paradigm. I am also interested in ‘success’ factors as well as engagement with ‘real time’ IS development. Other research interest includes the collaboration with 4 other Universities within the North West to develop a web-based learning package for Schools and Colleges funded by the NWDA.
Publications and Research Outputs
Mitra Amit, Brown Mildred, Hackney Ray, Evolutionary Knowledge Management within the Manufacturing Industry, International Journal of Technology Management, Vol 13, 2005
Mitra, A., Hackney, R., Brown, M.E. (Accepted) ‘Perspective of practice within evolutionary knowledge management: Case of system development for the manufacturing industry’, ISOneWorld conference, Las Vegas, April 2003
Mitra, A. and Brown, M.E. ‘ Knowledge Systems for Dynamic Environments: Case within Manufacturing Industry, UKAIS, “Co-ordination and co-opetition: The IS role”, 9 – 11 April 2003
Brown, M.E. Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning, E4SME conference, Bolton Institute June 18-19 2002
Mitra, A. and Brown, M.E. (2002) ‘Challenges of modelling knowledge within dynamic environments: Case of application development within the media industry’, eSMART conference on Knowledge Management within Construction, University of Salford, 19-21 November 2002.