Mr Micheal Axelsen

Lecturer in BIS

School of Business
Faculty of Business, Economics and Law

Overview

Micheal holds the position of Lecturer (Business Information Systems) in the UQ Business School, University of Queensland (UQ).

Micheal is an experienced IS professional and accountant (FCPA of CPA Australia) with fifteen years’ experience in the area of IS consulting. This experience and career includes the evaluation of IS projects, IS audit and IT management and governance. Micheal’s published research is in the areas of the use of intelligent decision aids, Information Systems (IS) audit, and Information Technology (IT) governance. Prior to receiving his PhD, Micheal chaired the IT & Management Centre of Excellence for CPA Australia. Professionally, Micheal is a Fellow of CPA Australia, and was awarded the President’s Award for contributions to the management of information systems in 2004.

Micheal has more than 15 years industry experience as a Director in an IS consulting practice with public, private, and community sector organizations as clients. He has significant experience in facilitating development programs, and currently teaches into the UQ Master of Business Administration program and the Master of Commerce program at UQ. Micheal’s professional experience as an accountant, as a Director in the area of IS Consulting, and IS research expertise provides a strong foundation for delivering engaging educational programs and business-relevant research at the UQ Business School.

Research Interests

  • Information Systems Audit and IT Governance
    This area of research considering role of information systems audit, its practice, and its relationship with auditing and accounting standards. This research interest also considers the governance and security (including cybersecurity) of information and data held by the business.
  • Intelligent Decision Aids and the Theory of Technology Dominance
    This area of research examines the impact of the continued use of 'intelligent' computer systems on professional judgment and knowledge. The concern here is to know whether having data stored using external memory aids affects the user's understanding and judgment of that domain.
  • Information Systems Pedagogy
    This area of research seeks to better understand business information systems pedagogy - that is, the teaching of information systems to business students.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosphy, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Commerce, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Commerce with Honours, The University of Queensland
  • Master of Information Systems, The University of Queensland

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