researcher

Camilla Noonan

Lecturer

School Of Business
Quinn School of Business
Belfield
Dublin 4

Tel: +353 1 7164739
Email: camilla.noonan@ucd.ie

Biography

Camilla Noonan is a lecturer at UCD School of Business and a member of UCD's Center for Innovation, Technology and Organisation (CITO).  She joined UCD in 2000.  She completed her undergraduate and postgraduate studies at UCD and holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Reading, UK.  She also holds a Diploma in Business and Executive Coaching from UCD.

Her research focuses on the spatial and organisational issues associated with technology and innovation
.  In 2003, she was the recipient of the Richard N. Farmer dissertation award at the US Academy of International Business and a finalist for the Gunnar Hedlund dissertation award at the European International Business Academy (EIBA). She has held visiting appointments at Rutgers Business School, USA (2004-2006) and was a board member (and Irish representative) of EIBA.  Dr Noonan was the Academic Director of the CEMS (the Global Alliance in Business Education) masters programme at UCD from 2008-2011. 

 

Professional

Honours and Awards

Year: 2008.
Title: Best Reviewer
Year: 2003.
Title: Recipient, Richard N. Farmer Dissertation Award
Year: 2003.
Title: Finalist, Gunnar Hedlund Award

Associations

Association: European International Business Academy (EIBA), Function/Role: Board member and Irish Representative
Association: University of Ulster, Function/Role: External Examiner
Association: The Association of Global Management Studies, Function/Role: Member of the Editorial Board
Association: Informations Systems SIG for ICT in Global Development, Function/Role: Co-chair (membership) for Europe
     

Conference Contributions

Noonan, C.; (2002) 'How localized is knowledge sourcing? - Evidence from foreign-owned firms. [Oral Presentation], European International Business Association, Athens , 01-DEC-02.

Committees

Committee : Research Committee, School of Business, 2011 -
Committee : Teaching and Learning Committee, School of Business, 2006-2010
Committee : Seed Funding Panel for the College of Business and Law
Committee : Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship Committee
 

Education

Year 2011 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: Diploma Subject: Diploma in Business and Executive Coaching
Year 2002 Institution: University of Reading
Qualification: PhD Subject:
Year 1992 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: MA Subject:
Year 1991 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: BA Subject:
       

Other Activities

Academic director of the CEMS masters program 2008-2011.  CEMS is masters degree awarded by an international network of 26 top international management schools. During my tenure, UCD moved from bottom of the rankings to one of the top three schools in the network

Publications

 

Book Chapters

McNamara, P., C. Ryan, D. Jones and C. Noonan (2015) 'Appropriation Regimes and Firm Performance in Incumbent Services firms' In: P. Ahrweiler, N. Gilbert and A. Pyka (eds). Joining complexity Science and Social Simulation for Innovation Policy: Agent Based modeling using the SKIN Platform. UK: Cambridge publishers. [Details]
Noonan, C., S. Kelly and S. Vidolov (2015) 'Exploring neo-institutional approach to policy research ¿ the politics of the emergence of a field of Science, Technology and Innovation in Ireland' In: P. Ahrweiler, N. Gilbert and A. Pyka (eds). Joining complexity Science and Social Simulation for Innovation Policy: Agent Based modeling using the SKIN Platform. UK: Cambridge Publishers. [Details]
Kelly, S. and C. Noonan ; (2008) 'Risk, anxiety, and the production of comfort/ trust in the context of globalized modes of working: the case of an Ireland-India IS offshoring relationship' In: I. Oshri, J. Kotlarsky and L. P. Willcocks (eds). Outsourcing Global Services: Knowledge, Innovation and Social Capital. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]
Cantwell, J.C., C. Noonan ; (2007) 'Exploring the characteristics of technology spillovers using patent citation data' In: L. Piscitello and G. Santangelo (eds). Do Multinationals Feed Local Development and Growth?. Oxford: Elsevier. [Details]
Cantwell, J.C. and C. Noonan ; (2002) 'The Regional Distribution of Technological Development: Evidence from Foreign-Owned Firms in Germany' In: M. P. Feldman and N. Massard (eds). Institutions and Systems in the Geography of Innovation. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. [Details]
Noonan C.A., (with J.A. Cantwell and S. Iammarino); (2000) 'Sticky Places in Slippery Space - the Location of Innovation by MNCs in the European Regions' In: N. Pain (eds). Inward Investment, Technological Change and Growth. London: Macmillan. [Details]
 

Peer Reviewed Journals

Kelly, Séamas, Noonan, Camilla; (2008) 'Anxiety and psychological security in offshoring relationships: the role and development of trust as emotional commitment'. Journal of Information Technology, 23 (4). [Details]
 

Conference Publications

Kelly, S., Noonan, C. and Vidolov, S. (2010) Facilitating Productive Distributed Communication in Offshore Software Development: The role of Articulation Work and ¿Senseshaping¿ The Fourth Information Systems Workshop on Global Sourcing Zermatt, Switzerland, [Details]
Vidolov, S., S. Kelly and Noonan, C. (2012) Unpacking the ¿affective¿ dimension of project work and its management Critical Project Management 6 Manchester Business School, [Details]
Kelly, S., C. Noonan and S. Vidolov (2013) Re-enchanting collaborative work: Collaboration as affective relational engagement 29th European Group for Organisation Studies (EGOS) Colloquium [Details]
Kelly, S., C. Noonan and S. Sahay (2013) Re-framing Evidence-based Public Health: from scientific decision-making to occasioning Conversations that Matter IFIP 9.4 (Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries) [Details]
Kelly, S. and C. Noonan (2014) Communities of Practice, information use, and Dialogic Data Cultures: Implications for Public Health management in India? International Conference on Building Communities of Practice to Strengthen Capacities around Public Health Information Systems [Details]
Kelly, S. and C. Noonan and S. Vidolov (2015) Collaboration as Skillful Performance: Animating and enchanting collaborative work Seventh International Symposium on Process Organization Studies [Details]
Kelly, Séamas; Noonan, Camilla; (2010) (Re-­)assembling and translating public health infrastructures in the Global South . In: Landri, Paolo; Elkjær, Bente; Gherardi, Silvia eds. 26th European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS) Colloquium Lisbon, Portugal, , 01-JUL-10 - 03-JUL-10 [Details]
Kelly, Séamas; Noonan, Camilla; (2010) 'Information for Action': understanding attempts to transform public health practices in India Irish Forum for Global Health Biennial Conference Maynooth, Ireland, , 29-NOV-10 - 30-NOV-10 [Details]
Kelly, Séamas; Noonan, Camilla; Vidolov, Simeon; (2010) Facilitating productive collaboration in offshore software development work: project management as sociomaterial 'senseshaping' . In: Kotlarsky, Julia; Oshri, Ilan; Rottman, Joseph W.; Willcocks, Leslie P eds. The Fourth Information Systems Workshop on Global Sourcing: Services, Knowledge and Innovation Zermatt, Switzerland, [Details]
Cantwell, J.C., C. Noonan and F. Zhang; (2008) The Restructuring of Subsidiary Knowledge Sourcing: A phantom picture of the MNE? European International Business Academy (EIBA) [Details]
Kelly, S. and C. Noonan ; (2008) Collective sensemaking, power and relationship development in global software work: the anatomy of a crisis in an Ireland-India offshoring project The Second Information Systems Workshop on Global Sourcing: Services, Knowledge and Innovation [Details]
Cantwell, J.C., C. Noonan and F. Zhang; (2008) Technological Complexity and the Restructuring of Subsidiary Knowledge Sourcing in Intra-Multinational and Inter-Firm Networks Academy of International Business (AIB) [Details]
Kelly, S. and C. Noonan ; (2007) Risk, anxiety and trust: the process of building the social infrastructure to support an IS offshoring relationship The First Information Systems Workshop on Global Sourcing: Services, Knowledge and Innovation [Details]
Kelly, S. and C. Noonan ; (2007) Understanding emergent modes of distributed organising: the case of global software work Workshop on The Challenges of Collaborative Work in Global Software Development, ECSCW [Details]
Kelly, S. and C. Noonan ; (2007) Producing comfort: risk, anxiety and trust in the development of an IS offshoring relationship 28th Annual International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) [Details]
J. Cantwell and C. Noonan; (2004) Technology Relatedness 1890-1995 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA [Details]
Noonan, C.; (2003) 'Technology Sourcing by MNEs - modelling the complex process of local interactions' Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Seattle, USA [Details]
             

Reports

Kelly, Séamas; Noonan, Camilla; (2010) Assessment of District Health System (DHIS2) Implementation in Gujarat, India. Reports [Details]
                                                                         

Research

Research Interests

Broadly, my research interest focuses on understanding the relationship between innovation, technology and organisation, and the associated policy and management implications. 





 

Research Projects

Sponsor : University College Dublin (UCD)
Title : Creating Mindful Public Health Organisations in the Global South through ICT-enabled Innovation: A Practice Maturity Framework Approach
Start Date / End Date : 17-MAY-10 / 16-NOV-13
Sponsor : UCD Business Research Programme
Title : Distributed Innovation Practice in Global Software Developments
Start Date / End Date : 01-JAN-07 / 30-APR-10
Sponsor : UCD Business Research Programme
Title : What is valued out there? An investigation of Ireland's contribution to international knowledge
Start Date / End Date : 01-JUN-07 / 31-MAY-09
Sponsor : UCD Faculty of Commerce
Title : Transnational Technology Networks: In Search of Large Scale Evidence
Start Date / End Date : 01-JUN-04 / 31-DEC-07
Sponsor : University College Dublin (UCD)
Title : Technology change and network dynamics - the evolution of the biotech-pharma sector
Start Date / End Date : 01-JUN-06 / 31-MAY-08
Sponsor : Enterprise Ireland (EI)
Title : Technology change and network dynamics - the evolution of the Biotech Pharma Sector
Start Date / End Date : 01-JUL-06 / 01-JUL-08
   

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