Last week, I've had the honour to present my second academic paper during the i3 2017 conference at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. It presents preliminary results from a survey undertaken by members of an online social platform, Knowledge Hub (KHub), that incorporates social media features and enables knowledge sharing amongst public sector professionals. … Continue reading The concept of ‘Ba’
Last week, I've had the chance to attend the Edinburgh Local GRAD School among other PhD students from all over Scotland. The aim of this training was to give us some space so that we can become more aware of our personal and professional transferable skills. There were a lot of group activities, some workshops, … Continue reading Local GRAD school 2017 – lessons learnt.
I have just learnt that the abstract I have submitted to the i3 conference 2017 has been accepted by the committee. This paper, co-authored with my supervisors Prof. Hazel Hall and Dr Colin F. Smith, will discuss the concept of 'Ba' and tacit knowledge sharing in online environments, a topic I will present here on my … Continue reading Paper acceptance
The ISIC2016 conference that took place in Zadar, Croatia, is now over. It has been an intense and beautiful week, and I certainly feel enriched by all the discussions I’ve had with the several ISIC delegates I’ve met. Also, the numerous interesting speeches I've heard this week, allowed me to become more aware of the … Continue reading That was ISIC
Less than two weeks ago, I have received the confirmation that my first (short) paper (co-authored by my supervisors Prof. Hazel Hall and Dr Colin Smith) was accepted for the ISIC conference 2016. This is such a good news! Not only because I will be able to present it myself during the conference, but also … Continue reading My first paper
I have started this year by winning the Best Poster prize at the IDIMC 2016. Six months later, I find myself being awarded of two more prizes! I don't want to be over optimistic, but we are only half through the year… In May, some of my colleagues and myself have organised the School of … Continue reading A priceless time of prizes
Source: nomadicexpeditions.com Sometimes, life is so intense, that it is impossible to catch up with the update of a blog. This sounds like a bad excuse for not having written for such a long time, right? Life is always intense, we are all busy, we 'never' have time, our schedules look like a Kandisky painting, … Continue reading Catching up