Contributing knowledge towards a sustainable and resilient society” is the 4th research objective of CIMA and aims to: communicate scientific knowledge to diverse audiences; support authorities in planning, developing, and implementing coastal and maritime strategies; and participate in national and international organizations for the management of natural marine resources.
(WU) SOCIAL SCIENCES, INTERDISCIPLINARY
Lisa Pace is senior lecturer of innovation management and foresight within the Edward de Bono Institute for Creative Thinking and Innovation at the University of Malta. Lisa completed a PhD in innovation management at the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, Alliance Manchester Business School, UK and has worked in the academic and public sector spheres on issues related to sustainability innovation, foresight and the blue economy, citizen engagement and the future of Europe.
This research group focuses on the Information and Communication technology and its role in changing and managing for-profit, public and nonprofit organizations. We are focused on quantitative research methods, especially PLS-SEM-based research.
Research is organised around three axes:
Axis 1: Concepts and theories
Axis 2: Traces and materialities of knowledge
Axis 3: Artifacts and systems