Mr Antonio Dottore
Diploma of Financial Planning (currently enrolled)
Doctoral candidate, QUT
Grad Cert in Online Education (H. Ed.)
UK Investment Management Certificate
Insead Exec Education: Risk Management in Banking; Competition, Cooperation and Commitment; Negotiation Dynamics
While he is Course Coordinator for 'Leading & Managing' and 'Strategic Analysis for Technology Commercialisation', Antonio follows the Intensives and online discussions of all courses in the Commercialisation Programs.
Antonio is a keen user of technology to break down time and place barriers for course participants. That means not only live streaming of sessions, but also use of wikis and other asynchronous forms of communication.
Antonio has also taught postgraduate courses in China, Singapore and Germany.
Together with Pasquale Pazienza, University of Foggia, two grants from the SA Govt
Sustainable energy consumption: optimal consumer and producer behaviours
Business Model and Product Market Strategy in Biotechnology and Some Other Considered Australian and Italian Enterprise Activities
Dottore, A., H. Burgers and P. Steffens (2012). External Orientation and Business Model Adaptation in Young and Nascent Firms: preliminary analysis from the CAUSEE project. ACERE-Diana Conference, Fremantle, Australia.
Dottore, A. (2011). Applying knowledge management concepts to engage students in an undergraduate online learning community, in S. Grainger and C. Kestell,(Eds.). Engineering Education: an Australian Perspective. Brentwood, Multi-Science Publishing Co. pp 435-443.
Dottore, A. and S. K. Kassicieh (2010). A proposed pilot study into attitudinal, situational andpersonal characteristics as predictors of future entrepreneurs in Australian public research organisations. Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2010, University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Dottore, A., P. Pazienza and V. Vecchione (2010). Business model adaptation in the Apulian agro-food industry: A preliminary study. Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2010, University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Dottore, A. (2009). Business model adaptation as a dynamic capability: a theoretical lens for observing practitioner behaviour. . 22nd Bled eConference, Bled, Slovenia. (click)
Dottore, A. (2009). A case study and recommendations for creating an online learning community in undergraduate courses. . Conference of the International Journal of Arts & Sciences., Bad Hofgastein, Austria.
Dottore, A. G. and D. Corkindale (2009). Towards a theory of business model adaptation Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2009, 6th AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange, Adelaide, South Australia.
Dottore, A. G., S. C. Agius, et al. (2008). BUSINESS MODEL AND PRODUCT MARKET STRATEGY IN AUSTRALIAN BIOTECHNOLOGY ENTREPRENEURIAL FIRMS: EXPLORATORY STUDY. 1st Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Tsinghua University, Beijing.
Lindsay, W. A., Lindsay, Noel J., Jordaan, Anton, and Dottore, Antonio (2008). Values, entrepreneurial attitudes, and start-up intentions of Indigenous South African nascent entrepreneurs. 5th AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange, Melbourne, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia.
Agius, S. C., D. Corkindale, et al. (2006). "Developing a new business model for enabling research – the case of the ACPFG in Australia." International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning 2(2): 114-128.
Dottore, A. G. (2004). Teaching & Learning in Real Time: A case study in using ICT and Concepts from Business and Economics Literature to alter the Architecture of a Business Economics Course. IPSI (Internet, Processing, Systems and Interdisciplinary) Research Conference, Pescara.
Dottore, A. G. (2002). Knowledge Management in the Classroom: Teaching and Learning in Real Time. the 9th Annual Teaching Economics Conference: Economics in the Classroom and Beyond: Challenges and Opportunities, Brisbane.
VP, Insead Alumni Association, Australia.
As an INSEAD Alumnus, Antonio interviews candidates for their MBA Program and is proud to have helped several high quality South Australian applicants fulfil their aspiration.
President, ARIA-SA, Association for Research between Italy and Australia.
Other contributions to the University have come through: representing the Faculty of ECMS on the University Postgraduate Coursework Committee; being on the ECMS Working Group on improving women's participation in engineering programs (Women in Engineering & Technology Group); the University's Fair Trade implementation Comittee.
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Entry last updated: Tuesday, 15 Jul 2014