Dr Acklesh Prasad
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BiographyBackground Acklesh Prasad is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Accountancy. He joined the School in 2012. He previously taught in the areas of Management Accounting, Business Information Systems, Information Systems, and Management Information Systems to undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of the South Pacific, Fiji. He also held casual academic position at the University of Queensland from 2007-2009. Prior to commencing his academic career, Acklesh gained work experience in the banking industry and in financial market regulation and policy. He is a Professional Member of the South Pacific Computer Society. Acklesh Prasad's research interests and expertise are in the area of fit of Information Technology (IT) to the business processes, and ways to measure the value of investments in IT. His research spans both the theoretical and practical aspects of this issue. He has published widely in this area. Acklesh is the current Copyeditor of Australasian Journal of Information Systems. Research Interests • IT Governance in Various Organisational Structures. • Leveraging Value from the IT Resources. • Evaluating the Business Value of IT Resources.
Accounting, Auditing and Accountability
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- PhD in Business (University of Queensland)
- Master of Arts (Accounting and Financial Management) (The University of the South Pacific)
- Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting and Financial Managment (The University of the South Pacific)
- Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching (The University of the South Pacific)
- Bachelor of Arts (Accounting/Computing Science) (The University of the South Pacific)
- Diploma in Business (Other)
- Business Information Systems
- Information Systems
- Management Accounting
- Prasad A, Green P, Heales J, (2012) Antecedents of sustainable management support for IT-related initiatives, Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 17 (2), pp. 23-41.