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Dr. Felicity Kelliher BBS MBA PhD Prince II

Title:

Senior Lecturer - Management, Co-chair RIKON research group, Professor (partner faculty) - Shanghai University, China

School/ Department:

Business - Management And Organisation

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+353 0 51845602

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e12a 1977 - Business Building

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Main Campus

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My Biography

Senior Lecturer in Management, co-chair of the RIKON research group at the School of Business, WIT and partner faculty Professor at Shanghai University, China. 20+ years of teaching and training experience and extensive International experience in senior Project Management and Retail and Finance Consultancy roles.

Chair of the Irish Academy of Management (2017-present), member of the Irish Research Council (2015-present), member of the Royal Irish Academy Social Science Committee (2014-present).

Research focus: micro-firm and executive capability development.

Key funded research projects: Dobbin Atlantic Scholar (2019), Fulbright Scholar (2014-15), INTERREG GIFT Project (2011-14), SIF II Transfer of Knowledge in the Curriculum (2008-10), Transnational Entrepreneurs Research Project (2006-13), Tourism Learning Network Initiative (2005-10).

Research

Co-Chair & Senior Researcher, RIKON Research Group, WIT, Ireland 2007-current


Founding member & senior researcher of the Research in Innovation, Knowledge, Organisations and Networks (RIKON) group; identified as an emergent research area in the South East Institutes’ joint submission to the HEA (2012) and as a key research group in the innovation in services and business processes (IOT Ireland website, 2013). RIKON has secured over €9m in funding, has engaged with over 1200 SMEs and has over 30 research students, consultants and colleagues working within the group, alongside three postdoctoral researchers, a research fellow and seven senior researchers. Notably, RIKON is one of the country’s leading facilitators of Enterprise-Ireland supported Innovation Vouchers and has liaised with over 350 new and small companies to help them develop their innovation capabilities, growth strategies and business management functions.

 

Research profile

Research focuses on micro-firm learning and management capability development. Published in top-tier journals including the Journal of Tourism Management, IMM and the Journal of Business Ethics. Co-edited two books and co-authored a number of Irish-based case studies for use in under-graduate & post-graduate education.

 

Research Awards 

  • Dobbin Atlantic Scholar, Social Enterprise Centre, Memorial U. Newfoundland, 2019
  • Shortlisted, Lean Business Ireland Research Impact Award 2018
  • Knowledge Transfer Ireland Research2Business Collaborative Impact award, 2015
  • Fulbright Scholar, Rural Policy Research Centre, University of Missouri, 2014-15 
  • Postgraduate Supervision Excellence Award, WIT, 2008 and 2012xx
  • European Foundation for Management Development Case Winner, 2008 and 2007
  • Participant, US Federal Reserve Development Program, 2008
  • RIA Charlemont Scholar, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, 2007
  • Best paper commendations and awards: RENT, ISBE, IAM, THRI conferences

 

Research funding/ key research projects

Contributed to the securing of €6m+ research funding and a further €2m commercial funding through the RIKON research group in the last decade, encompassing senior academic roles in INTERREG, SFI and Failte Ireland research projects and as researcher/ research supervisor/ mentor on Irish Research Council, IOTI, Failte Ireland, Strand 1, NAIRTL, Enterprise Ireland and Royal Irish Academy-funded projects.

 

Key research projects

  • Dobbin Atlantic Scholar, 2019: exploring a framework for rural social enterprise
  • Fulbright Scholar, 2014-15: examined the role of trust in building rural tourism network engagement, while based at the RUPRI Centre, University of Missouri, USA.
  • Academic Mentor, Irish Research Council Elevate Fellowship, 2014-17: Dr Leana Reinl, University of Guelph Canada and Waterford Institute of Technology studying ‘Transitioning evolving learning communities to sustainability: A social learning framework for rural tourism development’.
  • INTERREG GIFT Project (Senior Academic), 2011- 2014: Senior Academic involved in the design, application and implementation of this project, which partners Schools of Science and Business in Bangor University Wales, UCD & WIT exploring small enterprise green innovation and future technologies in our mutual domains.
  • Selected to participate on the ‘Accessing the Economy Programme’ (2008) hosted by Boston College on behalf of the US Federal Reserve, USA
  • SIF II (Professional Doctorate Coordinator), 2007-09: This project was funded under the ‘Creating a Sustainable Environment for Knowledge Transfer in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Education and Research’ project, partnered with WIT, Cork IoT & UCC.
  • Tourism Learning Network Initiative (Academic Team Member), 2005-10: This Failte Ireland TLN skills initiative, managed by WIT, involved the up skilling of small firm owners operating in the tourism sector.

 

Publication / Conference Peer Review

  • Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Work Applied Management, 2018-
  • Guest Editor, Irish Journal of Management 2017
  • Editorial Board Member - Electronic Journal of Business Research Methodology, 2014-
  • Journal Paper Review: Journal of Business Ethics, Tourism Management, European Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Planning & Development, IJM, Journal of Action Learning: Practice and Research
  • Book Review: O’Connor, N. et al., 2007, Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland; Daft, R., 2005, The Leadership Experience, Thomson South Western, Canada
  • Conference Peer Review: Academy of Management; Irish Academy of Management; EuroChrie; SLNIW

Teaching

Senior Lecturer in Management, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland, 2000-current

Lecture on Doctoral, Masters and Executive programmes specialising in organisational behaviour, leadership, change management, reflective practice and critical thinking. Co-manage the MBA insider action research organizational change program. Previously lectured on the MBS in the Management of Change, Bachelor of Business, BA in BIS, Multimedia Studies, BSc Retail Management, BSc Small Enterprise Management and the Postgraduate Diploma in Small Business Management.

 

Research Supervision:

  • Supervise/ co-supervise Masters and Doctoral research students (16 graduated,  7 current) and examine Masters and Doctoral theses. 
  • Mentor to Dr Leana Reinl, Irish Research Council Elevate Postdoctoral Fellow (2014-18).

 

Programme Director:

  • Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA), 2009-2015
  • MBS in the Management of Change, 2005-2009
  • BSc in Retail Management, 2003-2005
  • HCBS in eBusiness Applications, 2002-2003

 

Professor, Shanghai University (SHU), China, 2011-current [partner faculty]
MBA SHU lecturer, specialising in Business Entrepreneurship Planning and Strategic Business Development. Engage with nascent entrepreneurs at the SHU Technical Park, Shanghai facilitating growth strategy planning and business development, liaise with Enterprise Ireland (China),.

 

Guest/ Visiting Scholar, Various
I deliver guest lectures and seminars at various universities/ professional bodies, 2000-present:

  • Social Enterprise Centre, Memorial University Newfoundland, 2019
  • University of Missouri; Michigan State University, USA, 2015
  • University of Guelph, Canada, 2015
  • Research Lecture Series, LINK research group, Dublin City University, Ireland, 2014
  • MBA & Research Lecture Series, Memorial University Newfoundland, 2011
  • Internationalisation Module, Masters in Business Studies, Grand École, France, 2008
  • International Society of Travel and Tourism Educators (ISTTE), Dublin, 2008
  • SDA Bocconi School of Management, Milan, Italy, 2006
  • Research Lecture , NeXt research group, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, 2008 & 2010
  • MBS in HRM, NUI Galway, Ireland, 2006-2008
  • MSc in Management Science, Waterloo University, Canada, 2005
  • Research Lecture Series, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, 2002

 

Programme Development

  • Professional Doctorate Coordinator (SIF II, 2007-9): responsible for the coordination and implementation of a professional Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) at WIT. This programme was launched in 2010 and the first cohort qualified graduated in Jan. 2015.
  • Course Development Lead: DBA 2007-2009; MBS in the Management of Change, 2004-2005; BSc in Retail Management, 2002-2003; HCBS eBusiness Applications (national ATP initiative), 2001-2002.
  • Course development/ enhancement board member with module responsibility: MBA (2014), MByte (2013), BSc in Small Enterprise Management (2010), BSc in Multimedia Applications Development (2007); Certificate in Tourism Business Practice (2006); BSc in Information Technology (2006); MBS Executive Branding & Reputation Management (2006); BSc in Applied Computing (2005); Post Graduate Diploma in Enterprise Development (2004); MBS (2004); BA in Business Information Systems (2002)

 

Teaching and Learning Research

Deeply interested in the development of intuitive and technical capabilities among pre- and post- experience management students and apply a number of research-informed approaches in student interactions, including simulated business environments, experiential learning projects, action research, blended learning and applied learning tools. A focus on innovative teaching practices has evolved into a research interest shared with like-minded colleagues from WIT, Trinity College Dublin, Queens University Belfast, University of Ulster and NUI Maynooth.

 

Professional Awards

MBS in the Management of Change (Executive Masters Programme) shortlisted for the Postgraduate Course of the Year - Business, gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards, 2010

Professional

Pursued a successful International career in project management/ consultancy, specialising in large-scale information system installations in the banking and retail sectors in Europe, North and South America, Canada, the Middle East and Australia (1988-2000);

  • 1996-2000  Project Manager, Fujitsu ICL, Dublin (& Colonial Bank, Australia)  
  • 1993-1996  Product Consultant, MYSIS Banking Systems (formally Kindle), Dublin
  • 1989-1990  Accounts Executive, National Automation Project, Big V Pharmacy, Canada
  • 1988           Microcomputer Support Executive, Transamerica, USA

Professional Awards

Fujitsu ICL International Excellence Award, 1999 in recognition of achievements in establishing a Managed Service Department in Ireland.

External Roles

External Examiner

  • Doctoral and Masters (Research) Examiner: UK, Ireland and New Zealand, 2006 - current
  • Masters Program, Cork Institute of Technology, 2016-
  • Professional Doctorate, University of Chester, UK, 2014-2018
  • Undergraduate/ Postgraduate programs, University of Limerick, 2013-2017
  • Research Evaluator, Fiosraigh Research Funding Programme, Dublin IoT, 2014-2016
  • Undergraduate/ Postgraduate programmes, IoT Blanchardstown, 2008-2014
  • Undergraduate & postgraduate programmatic review: National College of Ireland, Limerick IoT, IoT Tralee, Dublin Business School (chair)

 

Board & Committee Membership

  • Chair, Irish Academy of Management, 2017-present
  • Research Council Member, 2015-present
  • Member of the Social Science Academy Committee, Royal Irish Academy, 2014-present
  • School of Business Board, 2012-2015
  • WIT Human Resource Strategy for Researchers (HRS4Rs) Steering Committee, 2012-14
  • Chair, IAM Conference, WIT (265 attendees) 2013
  • Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategy (TLAS) Group, WIT, 2008

Publications

Books

O’Riordan, C., Kelliher, F., Flood, P., Higgs, M. (eds). 2019. Outsider Leadership: Insights and Interviews from Business Leaders. Palgrave Macmillan, UK.

Dempsey, D., Kelliher, F. (eds). 2017 Industry Trends in Cloud Computing: Delivering revenue models for software as a service. Palgrave Macmillan, UK.

Kelliher, F., Reinl, L. (eds). 2014, Green Innovation and Future Technology: Engaging Regional SMEs in the Green Economy. Palgrave Pivot, UK.

 

Journal publications

Kelliher, F., McAdam, R. 2018. Applying a longitudinal interpretive multi-case research method to study the employee impact of operations management systems in a micro firm setting. Production Planning and Control - The Management of Operations. 29(16), 1321-1331. 

Kelliher, F., Reinl, L., Johnson, T.G., Joppe, M. 2018. The role of trust in building rural tourism micro firm network engagement: a multi-case study. Journal of Tourism Management, 68, 1-12.  

Kearney, A., Harrington, D., Kelliher, F. 2018. Strategizing in the micro firm: A ‘strategy as practice’ framework. Industry and Higher Education. 33(1): 6-17.

Kelliher, F., Byrne, S. 2018. The thinking behind the action (learning): reflections on the design and delivery of an executive management program. Journal of Work-Applied Management, 10 (1), 35-49.

McCaffrey, D., O’Riordan, C., Kelliher, F. 2018. The mediating role of medical professionalism on financial self-interest GPs. British Journal of General Practice, 68(1).

Mellett, S., Kelliher, F., Harrington, D. 2018. Network Facilitated Green Innovation Capability Development In Micro-Firms. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development.

Kearney, A., Harrington, D., Kelliher, F. 2018. Executive capability for innovation:  The Irish seaports sector. European Journal of Training & Development, 42(5/6), 342-361.

Kelliher, F., Kearney, A., Harrington, D. 2018. Managing innovation in the hospitality micro firm: a framework for sensing, seizing and reconfiguring dynamic capabilities. Hospitality & Society, 8(2), 159-178. 

O’Toole, T., Kelliher, F., Harrington, D. 2017. Editorial, Irish Journal of Management, Special issue: Performance Innovation in a Recovering Economy, 36(1), 1-3. 

Kearney, A., Harrington, D., Kelliher, F. 2017. Managerial capability for innovation for micro-firms: Integrating theory with empirical evidence. Irish Journal of Management, Special issue: Performance Innovation in a Recovering Economy, 36(1), 49-59. 

Galavan, R., Harrington, D., Kelliher, F. 2016. Reconsidering the Rigor Relevance Gap: The Need for Contextualised Research in Risk Societies. Irish Journal of Management, 35(2), 159-164. 

Fleming, D., Lynch, P., Kelliher, F. 2016. The process of evaluating Business to Business relationships facing dissolution. Industrial Marketing Management, 58, 83-93. 

Doyle, L., Kelliher, F., Harrington, D. 2016. How multi-levels of individual and team learning interact in a public healthcare organization: a conceptual framework. Action learning: Research and Practice, 13(1), 10-22. 

Reinl, L., Kelliher, F. 2015. Transforming tourism micro firm practitioner learning: Exploring the road to a sustainable learning community. Journal of Teaching in Travel and Tourism, 15:3, 278-293.

Reinl, L., Owens, E., Kelliher, F., Harrington, D. 2015. Facilitating cross-border knowledge exchange among rural micro-firms: a community of practice perspective. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. 16(3), 183-195.

Kelliher, F., Reinl, L., 2014. Learning in Action: Implementing a facilitated learning programme for tourism micro-firms, Irish Business Journal, 9(1), 5-16.

Kelliher, F., 2014. Just do it: Action learning as a catalyst for reflective practice on an MBA programme. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 141, 1275-1280

Reinl, L., Kelliher, F., 2014, The social dynamics of micro-firm learning in an evolving learning community, Journal of Tourism Management, 40(Feb), 117-125

Roche, C., Kelliher, F. 2014, Giving 'best advice': Proposing a Framework of Community Pharmacist Professional Judgment Formation. Pharmacy, Special Issue: Rural and Regional Pharmacy Education and Leadership, 2, 74-85

Kearney, A., Harrington, D., Kelliher, F., 2014, Exploiting managerial capability for innovation in a micro-firm context, European Journal of Training & Development, 38(1/2), 95-117

Dunne, E., Kelliher, F., 2013, Learning in Action: Creating a community of inquiry in a healthcare organization, Action Learning: Research and Practice, 10(2), 148-157

Kelliher, F., Aylward, E., 2013, Rural Enterprise Network Engagement – the challenges and benefits of achieving balance in action, Enterprising Matters, ISBE, June

Kelliher, F., Reinl, L., 2011, From facilitated to independent Tourism Learning Networks: Connecting the Dots, Tourism and Hospitality Planning & Development; Special Issue, Researching Tourism Entrepreneurship: Multiple worldviews, voices and trusts, 8(2): 185-197

Reinl, L., Kelliher, F., 2010, Cooperation in Context - The learning relationships amongst stakeholders within a small firm learning network, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 11(2): 141-50

Kelliher, F., Harrington, D., Galavan, R., 2010, Spreading Leader Knowledge: Investigating a participatory mode of knowledge dissemination among management undergraduates, Irish Journal of Management, 29(2): 107-25

Kelliher, F., Reinl, L., 2009, A resource based view of micro-firm management practice, Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 16(3): 521-32

Kealy, A., Kelliher, F., 2009, An investigation into Internet users’ perception regarding the data privacy policies of virtual companies operating in Ireland, International Journal of Automation Austria, 17(2): 95-109

Kelliher, F., Foley, A., Frampton, AM, 2009, Facilitating small firm learning networks in the Irish Tourism Sector, Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research, 9(1): 80-95

Roche, C., Kelliher, F., 2009, Exploring the patient consent process in Community Pharmacy practice, Journal of Business Ethics, 86 (1): 91

Kelliher, F., 2007, Real world in a classroom, National Academy for the Integration of Research and Teaching and Learning, Annual Report: 56-7

Kelliher, F., 2007, Small firm cooperative constructs: addressing industry power relationships, Journal of Small Business & Enterprise Development, 14(3): 501-13

Kelliher, F., Henderson, J.B., 2006, A learning framework for the small business environment, Journal of European Industrial Training, 30(7): 512-28

Kelliher, F. 2006, An analysis of the impact on employee learning of a critical incident in the micro-firm environment, PhD Thesis, Queen’s University Belfast, April

Foley, A., Harrington, D., Kelliher, F., 2006, How learning networks can bridge the training gap, Decision, 11(2): 10-15

Kelliher, F., 2005, Interpretivism and the pursuit of research legitimisation: an integrated approach to single case design, The Electronic Journal of Business Research Methodology, 3(2):123-32.

 

Book Chapters/ Case studies

Murphy, M., Kelliher, F., Harrington, D. 2019. Exploring the perceived impact of strategic learning plans on growth-focused small service firms. In: D. Higgins, P. Jones & P. McGrown (eds). Creating Entrepreneurial Space: Talking through Multi voices, reflections on emerging debates. Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship Research (Vol. 9a), Emerald Book Series, UK, pp. 157-175.

Aylward, D., Reinl, L., Kelliher, F., 2018. Micro-firm learning communities in rural tourism:  a multi-case study. In U. Hytti, R. Blackburn & E. Laveren (eds). Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Education - Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research (in association with the ECSB). Edward Elgar Publishing, UK, pp. 41-59.

Kelliher, F., Aylward, E., Reinl, L., 2014, The impact of knowledge hoarding on micro-firm learning network exchange. In: C. Machado & J.P. Davim (eds) Transfer and Management of Knowledge (Cognitive Science and Knowledge Management Series), ISTE Ltd and John Wiley & Sons, pp. 1-20.

Kelliher, F., Aylward, E., Lynch, P., 2014, Exploring rural enterprise: The impact of regional stakeholder engagement on collaborative rural networks. In: C. Henry & G. McElwee (eds) Exploring Rural Enterprise: New Perspectives on research, policy & practice (Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship Research, Vol. 4) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.35 – 57

O’Riordan, C., Kelliher, F., 2011, ESBI – Internationalisation in Action, In: G. Gallagher ed., Corporate Strategy for Irish Companies, Text and Cases (2nd Ed.) Dublin: Chartered Accountants Ireland, pp. 514-20

Kelliher, F., 2011, Interpretivism and the pursuit of research legitimisation: an integrated approach to single case design, In: A.Bryant ed., Leading issues in business research methods, UK: Academic Publishing International, pp. 44-61

Kelliher, F., O’Riordan, C., 2010, Partnership in Practice - The CEO in Residence Programme at Waterford Institute of Technology. Runner Up - National Management Case Study Competition, 2010 -European Case Clearing House

O’Riordan, C., Kelliher, F., 2010 F.L.I. Environmental – Innovating the Green Market, In: C. O’Riordan & P. Lynch (eds), Managerial Challenges in Irish Organisations, Ireland: Blackhall Publishing

Kelliher, F., O’Riordan, C., 2010, The National Roads Authority – Connecting a Nation, In: C. O’Riordan & P. Lynch (eds), Managerial Challenges in Irish Organisations, Ireland: Blackhall Publishing

O’Riordan, C., Kelliher, F., 2008, ESB International – a bright future, In: J.A. Cunningham & D.G. Harrington (Eds), Irish Management 2.0: New Managerial Priorities in a Changing Economy, Ireland: Blackhall Publishing

 

Other Publications

Kelliher, F. 2018. Nurturing our knowledge base for future innovation. In: B. Mooney (ed.) Ireland’s Yearbook of Education 2018-2019, Dublin: Education Matters, pp. 412-417.

Kelliher, F. 2017. If we reap what we sow, is it time to rethink the basic: applied research debate? Irish Research Council News, 8th Nov. [online] Available at: http://research.ie/2017/11/08/2390/

Groshong, L., Kelliher, F., Curran, M-C. 2016. Waterford Greenway Research Report, RIKON Research Group, WIT.

Kelliher, F., Aylward, E. 2013. Rural Enterprise Network Engagement – the challenges and benefits of achieving balance in action, Enterprising Matters, ISBE, June.

Kelliher, F. 2007. Real world in a classroom, National Academy for the Integration of Research and Teaching and Learning, Annual Report: 56-7.

Foley, A., Harrington, D., Kelliher, F. 2006. How learning networks can bridge the training gap, Decision, 11(2): 10-15.

 

Expert Panel/ Plenary Sessions

Kelliher, F. 2019. Facilitator, ‘Conducting and publishing applied research’, British Academy of Management Knowledge and Education, University of Ulster, May 21

Kelliher, F. 2019. Facilitator, ‘Building vibrant and sustainable communities in rural Ireland’, Royal Irish Academy Rural Conversations Series, Waterford Institute of Technology, April 4

Kelliher, F. 2018. Panel Discussion Chair, ‘The evolving smart landscape, priorities and possibilities for the Waterford Greenway’, Tourism Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC) 2018, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland, June 17-19

Kelliher, F. 2018. Plenary session presenter, ‘Developing Relationships and Creating Networks’, Babson Conference, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland, June 6-9

Kelliher, F. 2018. Presenter, ‘Facilitating micro firm rural network engagement – building rural community of practice, Research Sparks, Waterford Institute of Technology, Feb 22

Kelliher, F. 2016. Plenary session presenter, ‘Exploring and Challenging the Relationships between Theoretical Perspective and Research Design’, 11th Annual Doctoral Conference, Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative (NARTI), Sheffield University, Sept 13-14

Kelliher, F. 2016. Plenary session presenter, ‘Experiences on the use of company-based projects with MBA candidates as a catalyst for reflective practice’, National Forum Seminar Series, Sligo Institute of Technology, Apr 29

Kelliher, F. 2015. Roundtable contributor, ‘Female Leaders in Higher Education’, chaired by Prof. Louise Richardson, Vice Chancellor Oxford University, Royal Irish Academy, Nov 5

Kelliher, F. 2015. Symposium panel member, ‘Working to incorporate sustainable business & responsible development themes in classrooms’, Irish Academy of Management Conference, NUI Galway, Sept 2-4

Kelliher, F. 2015. Expert panel member, ‘Fostering place-based Tourism development in Ontario's rural communities’, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Canada, May 27

Kelliher, F. 2015. Researcher career development the RIKON way: engaging industry and academia (co-delivered with L. Reinl), PhD Speaker Series, College of Business & Economics, University of Guelph, Canada, University of Guelph, Canada, March

Kelliher, F. 2014. A multi-sensory approach to the eLearning classroom (co-delivered with C.Roche). Research Lecture Series, LINK Group, DCU, Ireland

Kelliher, F. 2011. The role of an Irish academic. Research Lecture Seminar Series, Memorial University Newfoundland, Canada, Oct-Nov

Kelliher, F. 2010. Transnational entrepreneurship: the Irish case. Research Lecture Series, NeXt research group, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada

Holden, M.T., Lynch, P., Foley, A., Frampton, AM, Kelliher, F. 2008. Tourism Learning Networks. International Society of Travel and Tourism Educators (ISTTE) Workshop, Dublin

Kelliher, F. 2008. Micro-firm learning: the case of the community pharmacist. Research Lecture Series, NeXt research group, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada

Kelliher, F. 2006. Competing as a micro-firm. Research Seminar Series, SDA Bocconi School of Management, Milan, Italy

 

Conference Proceedings, Poster Presentations, Workshops and Case Studies

Authored/ co-authored 80+ papers, posters & case studies at national and international conferences and symposiums, including:

Management: Academy of Management; Irish Academy of Management; IMP; European Foundation of Management Development (EFMD); Developing Leadership Capability; IFASM

Research: EdNib Research Methods for Business and Management Studies; Action Research

Small Firm/ Tourism: Institute of Small Business & Entrepreneurship (ISBE); Transnational Entrepreneurship; Tourism Education Future Initiatives (TEFI); EuroChrie; Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland (THRI); BEMTUR (Business, Economics, Management and Tourism); International Tourism Entrepreneurship; Tourism Development & Management; International Society of Travel & Tourism Education (ISTTE)

Teaching and learning: World Conference on Learning, Teaching & Educational Leadership; National Academy for the Integration of Research, Teaching & Learning (NAIRTL); Learning Innovation Network (LIN)