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Dr Seyed Mohammad Sadegh Khaksar Lecturer in Management, Management Sport & Tourism

I am a Lecturer in the Department of Management, Sport and Tourism where I completed my PhD in Management. I am also a Senior Researcher at the Research Centre for Computers, Communication and Social Innovation (RECCSI). I completed my Bachelor's Degree in Administrative Management and my Master's Degree in Information Technology Management (with a major in Total Quality Management). I teach and coordinate subjects relevant to innovation and technology management and participate in the development and re-development of undergraduate and postgraduate subjects at the La Trobe Business School.

My research interests lie in the areas of innovation, entrepreneurship and assistive technologies, ranging from theory to design to implementation. I collaborate actively with researchers in other disciplines e.g. Computer Sciences, Psychology, Healthcare and Marketing at La Trobe, the University of Melbourne and Monash University.

Research Projects:
10/2018 - Internal Grant: Role of technological-innovative behaviours (cognitive style) in relationship between social network of actors and supply chain resilience in aged care supply chain in Australia – AUD 20,000

01/2018 - 12/2018 External project from HWNS in collaboration with HCI. The project is titled: 'Learning about learners' experience with assistive technologies in special developmental schools – AUD 20,000

06/2016 – 12/2017 2016 LTB School Internal Research Grants Scheme (IRGS) for investigating on moderating effects of organizational culture on relationship between knowledge sharing and service innovation capabilities – AUD 7,000.

10/2012 – 04/2016 Prestigious David Myers Research Scholarship, La Trobe University.

10/2012 – 04/2016 International Postgraduate Research Scholarship, La Trobe University

More information about my research can be also found in my Researchgate and LinkedIn profiles.

Over the past 10 years, I have been working closely with healthcare organisations nationally in Australia and internationally in Asia as well as small-medium size enterprises in developing and developed countries.


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