Lecturer - Course coordinator
University of Adelaide Business School
Faculty of the Professions
Lisa has a PhD in Technology and Innovation Management (UQ) and a Bachelor of Science (Botany) with a first class Honours in the field of Molecular Plant Pathology (UQ). With more than a decade of lab experience in biotech' as a research scientist she brings a rich understanding of knowledge sharing and managing new ideas to her research.
Lisa's research focuses on the role of social capital in innovation and knowledge relative to entrepreneurship, change and sustainability. She has a particular interest in social innovation, regional entrepreneurship, knowledge collectives and sustainability of regional communities. Her research has covered diverse contexts from high-tech' industries and R&D teams, to regional communities and expert collectives. Lisa's other research interests include the humanistic management, ethics and well-being in organisations, socio-technical processes of technology and innovation, advanced knowledge, knowledge sustainability, systems research and regional development and sustainability.
Lisa is currently a lecturer in strategic management and organisational theory in the University of Adelaide Business School.
Year Citation 2013 Daniel, L., Huang, F., Rathnappulige, S. & Neale, L. (2013). Initiating Open Innovation clusters: Cultivating Knowledge for Competitive Advantage. In K. Brown, J. Burgess, M. Festing & S. Royer (Eds.), Resources and Competitive Advantage in Clusters (pp. 146-169). Germany: Rainer Hampp Verlag.
Year Citation 2011 Daniel, L. & Rathnappulige, S. (2011). Beyond actors and spaces: exposing the primacy of the interaction for innovation. European Group of Organisation Studies Colloquium. Gothenburg, Sweden. 2011 Daniel, L. (2011). Creating and sustaining innovative industries: The initiating activities of bioindustry entrepreneurs. R&D Management Conference. Norrkoping, Sweden. 2011 Daniel, L. (2011). Innovation sustainability and knowledge dynamics: a synergistic paradox. International Society of Professional Innovation Managers Conference. Hamburg, Germany. 2010 Dawson, P. & Daniel, L. (2010). Examining the social processes of 'Innovation' to inform the development of a new framework for making sense of ' Social Innovation'. The SInet Conference. Wollongong. 2010 Rathnappulige, S., Daniel, L. & Rice, J. (2010). What constitute a community of practice? Exploring the origins and characteristics of communities of practice. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM). Adelaide. 2009 Johnson, C. & Daniel, L. (2009). Innovation in networked organisations: a social perspective. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM). Melbourne. 2009 Rathnappulige, S. & Daniel, L. (2009). Developing expert knowledge in communities of practice. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM). Melbourne. 2009 Daniel, L. (2009). The sanction and integration of innovation: Revealing the social foundations of collaboration. ISPIM. Vienna. 2009 Daniel, L. & Davis, C. (2009). Commitment and community in the sucessful mangement of a high-performance R&D team in the semiconductor industry. Annual MOPAN Conference. Ireland. 2009 Daniel, L. (2009). Innovation in three dimensions: a systems perspective. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM). Melbourne. 2009 Dawson, P., Spedding, T., Clements, M. & Daniel, L. (2009). Socially innovative and commercially viable: Partners or prisoners of future business developments. ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium. Adelaide. 2008 Daniel, L. (2008). Internal innovation systems (SI2): Beyond absorptive capacity. International Conference on Management of Technology (IAMOT). Dubai, United Arab Emerites. 2008 Dawson, P. & Daniel, L. (2008). Social innovation, sustainable futures and commercial concerns: People, profits and social well-being. International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics. Las Vegas, USA. 2007 Dawson, P. & Daniel, L. (2007). The management of social innovation. Australian New Zealand Academy of Management Conference. P. R. Chapman (Ed.) Sydney, Australia.
Date Role Board name Institution name Country 2015 - ongoing Secretary ANZAM - Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management Australia
Date Role Committee Institution Country 2015 - ongoing Representative Education Committee - ANZAM Australia 2014 - ongoing Chair Humanistic Management Network of South Australia Australia
Date Office Name Institution Country 2015 - ongoing ANZAM Representative for Region 3 – SA Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management Australia
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