gill green

Reader in Business Technologies

Bolton, BL1 4DN, United Kingdom



PhD Supervision and Examination

Writing and Developing Research Bids

Writing and Publishing Academic Papers


The record of achievement below demonstrates potential for academic distinction and professional standing of a high order and my capacity for and achievement in research and scholarship: • 15 years Industrial Experience • 17 years Academic Experience from both research and teaching perspectives • 6 years in research posts • 11 years as senior lecturer/reader • PhD in Computer Science from University of Durham • Guest Professor Tongji University, Shanghai • Fellow of the British Computer Society • Treasurer of UK Academy of Information Systems (UKAIS) • 10 years engagement with academic community as Conference Organiser, Track Chair, Editorial Board member, Programme Committee member for a number of academic bodies, Journal and Conference paper reviewer • 50 International and other publications Experience of supporting and successfully supervising postgraduate research students: • 11 PhD examinations • 13 PhD completions (average completion 39 months) • 6 current PhD supervisions • Developed and organised post-graduate research seminar series The ability to create academic partnerships – internal and external – and to attract external funding: • Attracting national and internationally recognised Scholars to the post-graduate research seminar • £400k research funding on a small scale but regular basis • 8 journal publications in progress • 3 bids for research funding in progress • Academic partnership in both teaching and research with Tongji University Shanghai supported by British Council My contribution to the research direction of the Applied Creative Technologies Group is to grow and stimulate further professional development with the BCT staff, • to increase commitment to research, • proven in publications gained and the status of those publications raised, • increase the number of staff willing to participate in research • to raise the profile of the University of Bolton from both a national and international perspective.


Durham University

Computer Science , Computer Science

June 2003 - June 2003

Durham University

Sociology and Social Policy , Sociology and Social Policy

June 1995 - June 1995


Reader in Business Technologies

University of Bolton , Bolton

June 2006 - January 2012

Appointed to grow the successful research focus of BLIS (Business, Logistics, Innovation and Systems) into new business sectors, focusing on the Music and Creative Industries and to establish research activities from embryonic developing activities into a high value and quality research and enterprise energised culture. This has involved establishing the academic culture and quality of BLIS through workshops and informal seminars (bringing in national and internationally known domain experts) that support the philosophical and theoretical development, and experience of both academic staff and post graduate students.

Senior Lecturer

University of Northumbria , Newcastle upon Tyne

January 2001 - May 2006

Senior Lecturer, focused on teaching based in research and endeavouring to deliver projects for industry

Visiting Lecturer

Durham university , Durham

September 2000 - June 2001

Lecturing Information Systems Management • Development and delivery of course materials • Course assessment and marking and administration

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Senior Research Fellow

University of Sunderland , Sunderland

September 1997 - December 2000

Senior Research Fellow, EPSRC, Software Enginering for Business Process Change Programme, Development and evolution of risk model (RAMESES). This involved: • International research presence • Business consultation, • Data collection and analysis (qualitative and quantitative approaches). • Production and presentation of reports and journal papers to both business and academic audiences • Project Management • Lecturing on Risk and Systems Management • Project Support for CBIS

Research Assistant

Durham University , Durham

September 1995 - August 1997

Research Assistant, Research into the communications infrastructure within County Durham. • Collection of data by qualitative methods. • Identification of future projects and production of in-depth report. Research project with ICI on the effective use of groupware tools and the management of knowledge creating system. • Research via, group interviews and management, skill transfer and facilitation. • Production of management reports and delivery of results. Case Student 1995 Brought first case award to Sociology Department, University of Durham Case Award with Industrial sponsorship to study inter-disciplinary communication for business effectiveness . Transferred to Computer science department for research assistant post

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