Supervision

Undergraduate Final Project

  • The impact of Web 2.0 in Customer-Business Relationship: Case study in UK SME in Service Sector, Ms. Sarah Crowley, Business, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester (2008-2009) – Final project completed with distinction.
  • Internalising Externalities: CSR and Palm Oil in Malaysia, Ms. Alena Ose Murang, Business, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester (2010-2011) – Final project completed with distinction.

Postgraduate Masters

  • Drivers and barriers in Fairtrade adoption, Ms. Ji-eun Park, MSc in Management of Science Technology and Innovation, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester (2008-2009) – Dissertation completed with merit.
  • Knowledge Management: A Case of a Multinational Company Subsidiary in Indonesia, Miss Mirta Amalia, MSc in Information Systems, Institute of Development Policy and Management, School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester (2008-2009) – Dissertation and MSc completed with distinction.
  • ICTs & Education: What are suitable e-learning methods within the available ICT infrastructure in Indonesia? Mr. Urip Hudiono, MSc in Development Informatics, Institute of Development Policy and Management, School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester (2008-2009) – Dissertation completed with merit.
  • ICT and civil action in Belize: What role does ICT play in civil action in Belize? The effective use of ICT in civil action Sector, Mr. Rene Montero, MSc in Information Systems, Institute of Development Policy and Management, School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester (2008-2009) – Dissertation completed with merit.
  • Web 2.0 / Social networks and governance in developing countries: To what extent can these technologies influence and can a framework be found to assess or measure it? Mr. Andrew Tonge, MSc in ICT in Development, Institute of Development Policy and Management, School of Environment and Development, University ofManchester (2009-2010) - Dissertation completed with distinction.
  • Adoption and diffusion of internet banking in Indonesia: Drivers and barriers, Ms. Mardiana Marnoto, MSc Management & Information Systems,Institute of Development Policy and Management, School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester (2009-2010) – Dissertation completed with merit.
  • The role of ICT in development: e-government for transparency in public service delivery in Indonesia, Ms. Anny Triana, MSc ICTs for Development, Institute of Development Policy and Management, School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester (2009-2010) – Dissertation completed with distinction.
  • Technological Innovation and Politics: Augmented Reality and Political Party in Britain, Mr. Philip Donohue, MSc in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester (2009-2010) – Dissertation completed with distinction.
  • The role of innovations in Corporate Social Responsibility Programme. The case of SAFARICOM, Kenya, Ms. Pamela Mreji, MBA., MSc in Innovation, Management and Entrepreneurship, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester (2010-2011) – Ongoing
  • Innovation in services and development of Corporate Social Responsibility. The case of Level-One, Grand Indonesia, Indonesia, Ms. Arini Tayu, MSc in Innovation, Management and Entrepreneurship, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester (2010-2011) – Ongoing

PhD

  • Corporate Social Responsibility: Issues of Property Rights versus Ethical Product Labelling –Conceptual Analysis and Practical Application in the Case of Palm Oil Sector. Mr. Jimmy Tanaya, PhD at Innovation Management and Policy, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester (2008-2011) – co-supervising with Dr. Sally Randles
  • Transferring knowledge, managing innovations: Does Knowledge Management matter in Knowledge-Intensive Business Services? Ms. Mirta Amalia, PhD at Innovation Management and Policy, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester (2010-2014) – co-supervising with Prof. Ian Miles.
  • Knowledge Transfer in Subcontracting Network: The role of Social Capital. The case of Indonesia. Ms. Indria Handoko, PhD at People Management and Organisation, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester (2010-2014) – co-supervising with Prof. Mike Bresnen.

PhD Examination

  • Information search strategies to generate knowledge on the Internet, Ms. Maria Jose Hernandez Serrano, Faculty of Education, Department of Theory and History of Education, Universidad D Salamanca, PhD Examination for a European Doctorate procedure (19 June 2009)
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