PhD UNSW MEc UNE BBus RMIHE CPA
H69 - Economics and Business Building
The University of Sydney
NSW Australia 2006
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Catherine Hardy joined the University of Sydney in 2004. Her research program is directed towards assisting organisations improve the governance, assurance and protection of their information and information related systems. Drawing from the fields of information policy, audit and assurance and risk management, Catherine's research interests focus mainly on the changing and complex relationships between technical innovation, risk and organisational change. Catherine also has a strong commitment to reflexive and case based methodologies.
Her teaching approach is based on constructionist principles, viewing her role as a co-explorer and creating experiences where diverse perspectives can be explored through an inquiry and dialogical learning process.
As the co-founder and member of The Information Systems Management Research Group (ISMRG), Catherine has extensive experience in research, teaching and consultancy in the areas of information risk, assurance and governance in both the private and public sectors. She is also a member of the Business and Professional Ethics Research Group (BPEG) and the International Centre for Research in Organizational Discourse, Strategy and Change (ICRODSC).
Catherine is a reviewer for the International Journal of Information Management (Asia Pacific) and reviews on an ad hoc basis for Government Information Quarterly and the Australian Accounting Review.
Surviving Digital Disruption 01 Mar 2013
Australian Institute of Company Directors
Senior Lecturer Catherine Hardy has been quoted in a feature story on digital disruption, in Australian Institute of Company Directors magazine
- Information risk and assurance
- Information governance
- Information policy and practice
- Strategic management of IS-enabled business innovations
- Qualitative & participatory research & design methods
Recent Units Taught
2013: Semester 2, 2012: Semester 2,
2013: Semester 2,
2013: Semester 1,
2012: Semester 2,
2013: Semester 2,