Teaching Responsibilities

Reader in Business Technologies

Overview

After gaining a BA in Sociology and Social Policy and a PhD in Computer Science, I spent 15 years in industry before moving into academia, where I have spent six years in research posts and over 11 years as a senior lecturer/reader.

My research outputs span over 12 years with publications in journals such as the Journal of International Technology and Information Management, the Systemist Journal and the Journal of End-User Computing. I have acted as Track Chair at four UKAIS Conferences, been invited many times as Session Chair at the international Conference European Conference for Research Methods in Business and Management, and have hosted as Conference Chair both UKAIS and ECRM in 2012.

My current research involves the development of innovative approaches for the application of methods for more effective IS adoption and implementation, with a particular emphasis on music and creative industries management. This involves facilitating creative technologies adoption and implementation, with a focus within the creative industries sector where sustainable micro-businesses and sole traders have been identified as being core to regional and national economic sustainability.

I am Treasurer of the UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS), which plays a key role in the future direction, definition and strategy for the IS discipline and works closely at Board Level with colleagues from the Association for Information Systems (AIS), UK systems Society, British Computer Society (BCS), UKGEC, HE Academy and E-Skills.

Professional Memberships

United Kingdom Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS)
International Association for Information Systems (AIS)
Fellow of the British Computer Society (BCS)
Fellow Higher Education Academy (HEA) under assessment

Recent Publications (note previous surname Mallalieu)

Holmes, K. McLean, R. and Green, G. (2012) ‘Crafting a Future Online: A Study of How Independent Crafts People adopt Social Media and Web Technologies’, Journal of Systems and Information Technology: Special Issue on Technology, Information Systems and Collaboration - Social Media and Beyond. Vol 14, Iss 2, pp.142-154

Green, G., Campbell, R. H., Grimshaw, M., Inciting advanced levels of practitioner reflection through progressive graphic elicitation, Electronic Journal of business research methods, Sep 2011, vol. 9 Iss 2 ECRM2011 special Issue, pp187-197

Bednar, P. Green G. (2011) Same business same system? A critique of organisation and the information systems process, Journal of Organisational Transformation and Social Change vol 8 iss 2

Campbell, R. H., Grimshaw, M. N. & Green, G.M. (2009) Relational agents: A critical review. The Open Virtual Reality Journal 1 pp1-7

Green, G, Liu, L. and Qi, B., (2009) “Knowledge-based Management Information Systems for effective SMEs Business Performance”, Journal of International Technology and Information Management (JITIM), Special Issue on “Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence”

Wainwright, D., Green, G., Mitchels, E., Yarrow, D., (2005), Towards a Framework for Benchmarking ICT Practice, Competence and Performance in SME’s, Performance Measurement and Metrics, Vol 6, Iss 1, pp 39-52

Bednar, P. M., Green G. M., Bain A. and Eglin R., (2004), "Contextual Analysis in Practice", The Systemist Journal, Vol 26, ISSN 0961-8309

Harvey, C.F and Mallalieu, G.M and Hardy, C.J.  (1999) The Wicked Relationship Between Organisations and Information Technology. Special Issue: "Human Centred Research and Practice in IS". Journal of End User Computing, October 1999

Edwards, H.M and Mallalieu, G.M. (1999) RAMESES: A Method for Evaluating Change in Small Organisations. IEE Software Proceedings, Special Issue on SEBPC programme September 1999.

Book chapter:

Mallalieu, G., M. and Clarke, S., in (Eds) Clarke, S. and Lehaney, B., (2000) Human Centered Methods in Information Systems: Current Research and Practice, Hershey, Penn: Idea Group Publishing, Chapter 9

Conference papers:

Mkansi, M., Qi, B., and Green, G., The Question of Mixed Methods Suitability to RBV Research: A Literature Review,University of Bolton, UK Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies, University of Bolton, UK, 28th-29th June 2012

Ren, C., Green, G., Wood. J. R., (2012), Promoting Innovation in Data Poor Public and Private Business Areas Through Systems Analysis, University of Bolton, UK Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies, University of Bolton, UK, 28th-29th June 2012

Campbell, J., Campbell, R., Green, G., (2012), The Doctoral Level Practitioner: The Development of new Knowledge Through an ‘All Channels Open Project’ for the Teaching of Biosciences in National and International Nurse Education, University of Bolton, UK Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies, University of Bolton, UK, 28th-29th June 2012

Mkansi, M., Qi, B., Green, G., (2011), ‘A literature review on management of supply & distribution in theUK online grocery retailing: a resource based view’, Proceedings of the 16th Annual UK Academy for International Information Systems Conference, UKAIS 2011, UKAIS Conference, University of Oxford

Campbell, R. H., Grimshaw, M., Green, G., (2010), A Psychology bases Framework for Cultivating and Respecting User Attitudes, Proceedings of the 15th Annual UK Academy for Information Systems Conference, UKAIS 2010, UKAIS Conference, University of Oxford

Mkansi, M., Qi, B., Green, G., (2010) Developing a Logical cost Effective E-business Strategy for SME’s in England, Proceedings of the 15th Annual UK Academy for Information Systems Conference, UKAIS 2010, UKAIS Conference, University of Oxford

Lebile, R., Kandadi, K., Green, G., (2010), User Based Participatory Implementation of Enterprise Systems in an SMEs, University of Bolton, UK Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies IE Business School Madrid Spain 24-25 June 2010

Oliver, P.G. and G. Green (2009) "Adopting new technologies: self-sufficiency and the DIY artist" Proceedings of the 14th Annual UK Academy for Information Systems Conference, UKAIS 2009, UKAIS Conference, University of Oxford

Newall, L., Green G. M. Hall, L (2009) Interface Design for Affect: A Picture Paints a Thousand Words; 8th European Conference on Research methods in Business and Management

Green, G. and Liu, L. (2008), “A Dynamic Framework Facilitating HEI to Build a Co-Constructive Management Information System – The University of Bolton case study”, The Scope of Information Systems: Perspectives from Academia and Practice, Proceedings of UKAIS 2008 Conference, Bournemouth, UK, 10-11 April

Zhang, J., Oliver, S., Green, G. (2008), Exploratory case studies of RFID Adoption by UK SMEs, proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Bednar, P. Green G. (2007), Same business same system? A critique of organisation and the information systems process, Proceedings of the 12th Annual UK Academy for Information Systems Conference, UKAIS 2007, UKAIS Conference, University of Manchester

Aleke, B., Wainwright, D., Green, G., (2006) Policy issues of e-commerce technology diffusion in South East Nigeria: The case of small scale agribusiness, Proceedings of the 11th Annual UK Academy for Information Systems Conference, UKAIS 2006, Gloucester University, April 2006

Bednar, P. and Green G. M., (2006) Representing the common: a critical approach to representing the process, Proceedings of the 11th Annual UK Academy for Information Systems Conference, UKAIS 2006, Gloucester University, April 2006

Bednar, P. and Green G. M., (2004) Critical Realism: he who pays the piper calls the tune; 3rd European Conference on Research methods in Business and Management

Wainwright, D.W., Green, G., Mitchell, E., Yarrow, D., (2004) Towards a Framework for Benchmarking ICT Practice, Competence and Performance in Small Firms, Proceedings of UKAIS 9th Annual Conference, 5th – 7th May, Glasgow Caledonian, (top paper recommendation)

Hall, L. and Mallalieu, G. M., (2003), Identifying the Needs and Expectations of Users with Learning Disabilities, HCI International 2003 (conference proceedings)

Mallalieu, G. M., Edwards, H. and Hall, L., (2003) A critical approach to research in small to medium sized enterprises; 2nd European Conference on Research methods in Business and Management

Bednar P. M. & Mallalieu G. M. (2001). Romancing the stone: play between romance and affection. EGOS - The European Group for Organizational Studies. The17th EGOS Colloquium, July 5-7, 2001, Lyon, France Theme: The Odyssey of Organizing. Knowing as Desire

Mallalieu, G.M. and Edwards, H.M. Managing COTS-Based Systems in Small Organisations: What the RAMESES Method Can Offer. ICSE Workshop Paper, Limerick June 2000

Mallalieu,G.M. and Edwards, H.M. A Real-world approach to real-world research: appropriateness in situation, appropriateness in method. ICSE Workshop Paper, Limerick June 2000

Lantzos, T.G., , Mallalieu G.M. and Edwards H.M.  ORION: supporting the management of business  IT,  IRMA 2000, May 2000

Mallalieu G.M. Stephen K. Probert and H.M. Edwards Attention to detail: A Foucauldian approach to Organisational Understanding, IRMA 2000, May 2000

Mallalieu, G.M. Wicked Problems in Information Systems. Operational Research Society Annual Conference (OR41), Edinburgh, September 1999. (Invited Speaker)

Edwards, H.M, Mallalieu, G.M. and Thompson, J.B. Some Insights into the Maintenance of Legacy Systems within Small Manufacturing and Distribution Organisations in the UK. 23rd IEEE conference on computer software and its applications (compsac99), Phoenix, Arizona, October, 1999

Mallalieu, G.M and Edwards, H.M, Using Process Modelling to Unearth the Relationship Between Business Processes and Their IT Support, British Computer Society’s Third International Conference on Software Process Improvement, Research, Education and Training (INSPIRE’98), London, September, 1998