Ms Van Der Meer received her BSc (Computer Science & Information Systems) and BA (Hons) (Political Science) from Deakin University, Melbourne in 1993 and 1995 respectively. Her MTech (Knowledge Management and eBusiness) was received from Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne in 2008. Research in the field of ‘knowledge sharing in sustainable development groups’ is currently being undertaken in the pursuit of a PhD from Deakin University. Ms Van Der Meer has varied industry experience and first joined academia with terms at Guangdong Puizheng University and Guangdong Baiyun Institute (2004-2007). Subsequent roles with Deakin University, Swinburne and Gordon Institute TAFE were undertaken through 2008-2011. The University of Wollongong welcomed Ms Van Der Meer in 2012 as a lecturer. Field of Study: Inter-organisational (government/industry) knowledge collaboration and management, SME sustainable development implementation
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Knowledge Sharing Through Virtual Layers In Regional Sustainable Development Networks (with Luba Torlina and Jamie Mustard), PACIS 2011 Proceedings (2011)
Our research examines how the organisational structure facilitates knowledge sharing within the group. This case...