Van Der Meer, Rosemary A. Dr

Honorary Fellow

  • Membership and Publications - Australasian Association of Information Systems 2015 -

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2013 Inter-organisational knowledge sharing in regional sustainable development communities
    Published in   International Journal of Technology Management
    2015 External influences in inter-organisational knowledge sharing
    2012 A framework for inter-organizational knowledge sharing: managerial influences

Available for Collaborative Projects

Selected Publications


Impact Story


  • Previous research into the impact of leisure activities has generally come from visual and performing arts and has overlooked the benefits of domestic pursuits such as sewing, knitting and crochet. While there is a plethora of anecdotes as to the positive effects of mental and physical health, there is little empirical research in this area. <br /><br /><p>One study based in the UK investigated the benefits of knitting amongst an international sample (Riley, J., Corkhill, B., & Morris, C., 2013). They found evidence that knitting “has significant psychological and social benefits, which can contribute to well-being and quality of life” (Riley, J., Corkhill, B., & Morris, C., 2013). However, as knitting is a bilateral activity (knitters use two needles) whereas crochet is unilateral (crocheters use one hook), it cannot be assumed that the results seen for the knitters will be replicated amongst crocheters.</p><p> </p>

Potential Supervision Topics


  • Public-Private and Inter-organisational Collaboration

    Knowledge Management

    Information Systems Applications in Collaborative Relationships

    Project Management

    Research Management

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Cloud Computing Data Breached: Socio- Technical Replications and Dilemma Kolevski, David

Full Name


  • Rosemary Van Der Meer

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2013 Inter-organisational knowledge sharing in regional sustainable development communities
    Published in   International Journal of Technology Management
    2015 External influences in inter-organisational knowledge sharing
    2012 A framework for inter-organizational knowledge sharing: managerial influences

Selected Publications


Impact Story


  • Previous research into the impact of leisure activities has generally come from visual and performing arts and has overlooked the benefits of domestic pursuits such as sewing, knitting and crochet. While there is a plethora of anecdotes as to the positive effects of mental and physical health, there is little empirical research in this area. <br /><br /><p>One study based in the UK investigated the benefits of knitting amongst an international sample (Riley, J., Corkhill, B., & Morris, C., 2013). They found evidence that knitting “has significant psychological and social benefits, which can contribute to well-being and quality of life” (Riley, J., Corkhill, B., & Morris, C., 2013). However, as knitting is a bilateral activity (knitters use two needles) whereas crochet is unilateral (crocheters use one hook), it cannot be assumed that the results seen for the knitters will be replicated amongst crocheters.</p><p> </p>

Potential Supervision Topics


  • Public-Private and Inter-organisational Collaboration

    Knowledge Management

    Information Systems Applications in Collaborative Relationships

    Project Management

    Research Management

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Cloud Computing Data Breached: Socio- Technical Replications and Dilemma Kolevski, David

Full Name


  • Rosemary Van Der Meer