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I am a Lecturer in the School of Management teaching and researching mainly in the field of technology management and use. I teach a number of papers relating to the Organisational Technology Management (OTM) major and undergraduate level and postgraduate level. I'm a member of the Management Analytics and Decision-making (MAD) research group.
Big data, Health Information Systems, Social media research, Socio-technical systems, Social representations, Artificial Intelligence, Role of information systems (and technology) on sustainability
Field of research codes
Business and Management (150300): Business Information Management (incl. Records, Knowledge and Information Management, and Intelligence) (150301): Business Information Systems (150302): Commerce, Management, Tourism And Services (150000):
Communications Technologies (100500): Computer Communications Networks (100503):
Information And Computing Sciences (080000): Information Systems (080600): Information Systems Management (080609): Information Systems Organisation (080610): Information Systems Theory (080611):
Innovation and Technology Management (150307):
Big data, healthcare IS, social representation theory, socio-technical systems, business-IT alignment
I started my teaching career back in 2012, from the University of Colombo School of Computing, Sri Lanka. After moving to New Zealand in 2014 and teaching at Unitec Institute of Technology for some time, I joined Massey staff as an Assistant Lecturer in 2017 while reading for my PhD. Started the current role as a Lecturer in 2019 after completion of my PhD. I have experience in teaching internal and distance classes. I'm currently teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
My interests for research supervision mainly align with my own research interests, I am keen to supervise students who would like to explore technology phenomena like big data, artificial intelligence, social media, particularly their application and impact on use (humanistic aspects of technology). Since I have experience researching health information systems, I'm open to supervising students exploring different aspects of Health IS. Recently I have been interested in investigating the role of information systems (technology) in sustainable ecosystems, thus, keen to supervise students exploring in this field.