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Personal

Name
Associate Professor Alexander Dreiling
Discipline *
Information Systems, Business and Management
Phone
+61 7 3138 9335
Email
Location
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Social Media
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Qualifications

PhD (University of Muenster)

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Biography

Associate Professor Alexander Dreiling has been driving IT and business innovation for the past 15 years in both industry as well as academia. Prior to joining QUT he worked for the global IT company SAP in various local and global leadership roles, where he sucessfully motivated, evangelised and executed the development of new products and technologies. He did this drawing from a range of experiences at prior employers including Continental AG, Fiege Logistics and Ingersoll-Rand. Alex received a Bachelor, Master and PhD degree from the University of Muenster in Germany. His academic work has so far led to more than 40 refereed publications in leading academic journals and conferences. Based at QUT’s Information Systems School ¬≠ and together with Brisbane Airport Corporation Alex explores improving airport passenger and visitor experiences using emerging digital channels.

This information has been contributed by Associate Professor Alexander Dreiling.

Teaching

Semester 2 2012:

  • Enterprise 2.0 (INB346, undergraduate unit, Science and Engineering), guest lecture
  • Industry Insights (INB103, undergraduate unit, Science and Engineering), guest lecture

Semester 1 2013:

  • Corporate Systems (INB120 / INN120, undergraduate and post graduate unit, Science and Engineering), unit coordination
  • Advanced Practice in Animation, Interactive and Visual Design (KIP412, post graduate unit, Creative Industries), coaching and mentoring students, industry liaison
  • Design for Interactive Media (KIB109, undergraduate unit, Creative Industries), guest lecture
  • Management Issues for Information Professionals (INN331, post graduate unit, Science and Engineering), guest lecture
  • Industry Insights (INB103, undergraduate unit, Science and Engineering), guest lecture

Semester 2 2013:

  • IT Capstone Project (INB302, undergraduate unit, Science and Engineering), supervising several student teams
  • Contemporary Strategic Analysis (MGN423, post graduate unit, Business Faculty), coaching and mentoring students, industry liaison
  • Operational Risk Management (MGN341, undergraduate unit, Business Faculty), coaching and mentoring students, industry liaison
  • Project in Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations (AMN406, post graduate unit, Business Faculty), coaching and mentoring students, industry liaison
This information has been contributed by Associate Professor Alexander Dreiling.

Publications

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