Centre for Change Governance
Institute of Governance and Policy Analysis at the University of Canberra
Socio-technology, Post Structuralist Discourse Analysis, Actor Network Theory, Digital Governance, Ontology, Epistemology
Mick Chisnall is currently undertaking part-time doctoral research studies in
socio-technology after a 14 year career as a senior executive with the ACT Government,
most recently as founder and Executive Director of the ACT Government Information
Prior to his time with the ACT government, he worked in private
industry as an ICT executive and as a consultant. Mick brings to his research elements from a wide range of disciplines
ranging from a degree in Mathematical Physics through to marketing and online sociology.
He provides comprehensive practitioner experience in strategic consulting, organisational development and change, governance and ICT.
- BSc (Maths) - Adelaide
- Master Social Research - ANU (incomplete)
- Performing in the governmental Tower of Babel - Accounting for success and failure in government, technology enabled, collaborative projects
- The Ontological Politics of a Mundane Email - Collaborative technologies and hierarchy in Government
Professor David Marsh, Associate Professor David Carter, Professor Patrick Dunleavy
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