John Hamilton

    The Cairns Institute Adjunct Chair Professor is a Member of Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD), and the International Consortium for Electronic Business’ (ICEB) Regional VP (Australasia). John also works across the Cairns Institute and the College of Business Law and Governance to mentor/supervise seven PhD’s (five holding scholarships).

    John plus his fellow supervisors Dr Tee, Dr Underdown, and Dr Lynch support diverse student PhD study research across: (1) 2021-2023: Sources of investor risk for owners of allotments in Registered Strata Property Schemes in Queensland (Barnes), (2) 2021-2023: Procedural Fairness for Veterans (Boulot), (3) 2022-2023: Impacts of HR intervention strategies on NGO performance (Pont), (4) 2022-2024: Islamic Fintech adoption within banking systems (Dr Hakro), (5) 2022-2024: SME Industry-level firm competitiveness (Rizvi), (6) 2023-2025: Ongoing dynamic competitiveness of Australian universities (Dr Maxwell:), and (7) 2023-2025: Smart Warehousing: Is Australia Ready? (Marino). 

    Currently, John pursues a ‘higher doctorate by research.’ His ongoing research survey data sets are bringing new, stage-wise, process-reframing, and understanding, across building (dynamic) competitiveness. Competitiveness brings a ‘motivation to achieve.’ Competitiveness compiles and interlinks competencies, capabilities, and activities. It helps capture deadlines, create dynamic productive real-time uniqueness solutions, and retain intellectual capital advantages. Today, competitiveness remains an important strategic driver for either personal, and/or business, and/or national, and/or international success.

    Within this field of research John is (1) writing a competitiveness book, (2) network describing the build of linkages behind the ‘grand theory of competitiveness,’ (3) expanding ICEB and its AIS contributions, and (4) growing APBest’s international qualities recognition. John welcomes collaboration with other academics (or with potential PhD applicants) interested in researching within the competitiveness domain.

    Further information, contact john.hamilton@jcu.edu.au

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