Dr. Sam Kirshner | AGSM Scholar, Lecturer, School of Information Systems
Sam Kirshner is a lecturer in the area of Operations Management and Business Analytics. He studied electrical engineering at the undergraduate level and then
obtained his MSc. and PhD in Management Science at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. His primary research interests lie in the areas of revenue management,
technology management, and consumer exchange markets. His research addresses pricing and production decisions across a firm's family of products in the face of
demand uncertainty using models based on optimization techniques and game theory.
Dr. Toomas Tamm | Lecturer, School of Information Systems
Toomas Tamm is a Lecturer in Information Systems, Technology and Management at the UNSW Business School. His research and teaching focus on enabling organisations achieve their business goals through the use of IT. Current research interests include strategic IT decision-making processes, enterprise architecture, digital strategy and platforms and IT-enabled organisation design. His research has been published in Communications of the Association for Information Systems and MIS Quarterly Executive, presented at leading conferences, and his Ph.D. formed the basis for an ARC Discovery Project on enterprise architecture service provision. Prior to entering academia, he worked in the retail and services sector.
Dr. Jason Nguyen | Lecturer, School of Information Systems
Jason Nguyen is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Operations Management and Business Analytics. His primary research interest is to contribute to the movement toward a sustainable global economy by providing valuable practical insights through rigorous interdisciplinary academic research. In his research, he employs game theory, optimization, behavioural lab experiments and econometric analysis to study the effectiveness of environmental policies and incentive mechanisms in addressing industrial sustainability issues. His research has been published at leading journals in Operations Management and Environmental Economics, including Management Science, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management and Environmental and Resources Economics.
Walter Fernandez, is a Professor of Information Systems at the School of Information Systems, Technology and Management at the UNSW Business School, The University of New South Wales. After a 20 years career in corporate Australia, Walter joined the Australian National University in 2003, where he was Co-Director of the National Centre for Information Systems Research until moving to UNSW, in 2013. Walter’s research focuses on the strategic management and implementation of transformation programs enabled by new information systems and technologies. These programs aim at delivering significant value through the strategic change of practices. Professor Fernandez has published more than 60 peer-reviewed papers in top international conferences and journals and awarded more than A$5 million in research grants, including two Discovery Grants from the Australian Research Council. As an active member of the global information systems community, Walter serves on editorial boards of first-tier academic journals, as Program Chair, Doctoral Consortium Chair, and Track Chair for top-level IS conferences. He has also served as visiting scholar in Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden and Taiwan, as an external advisor for federal and local governmental organisations, and as an Assessor for the Australian Research Council, among other honorary positions.