BEE(Hons) Sarajevo; MSc Belgrade; GradCertEd PhD Qld.
H69 - Economics and Business Building
The University of Sydney
NSW Australia 2006
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Olivera Marjanovic is Senior Lecturer at The University of Sydney Business School. Her research seeks to assist business, government, non-profit, and since recently cooperative organizations, to effectively manage, improve and innovate their knowledge intensive business processes, including those supported by advanced analytics. Olivera's research and professional interests and capabilities lie at the intersect of Business Intelligence/Business Analytics, Business Process Management and human-centred Knowledge Management.
Olivera has over 20 years of experience, gained both in industry and academia. She is currently a member of several industry-based Communities of Practice in BI/Business Analytics and Business Process Management. Olivera is also the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Business Intelligence Research, a Co-Chair of three mini-tracks at the Hawaii International Conferences on Systems Sciences (HICSS): (i) Business Analytics/Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing (ii) Business Process Management and (iii) Knowledge-Intensive Business Processes; the Community/Exhibit Chair of Business Intelligence Congress II, a Vice-Chair of the International ITI 2011 Conference and a member of the Academic board of Teradata University Network - the leading world-wide community of BI industry practitioners, thought leaders and academics.
Olivera is actively engaged in research and teaching related activities designed to enhance collaboration among industry and academic partners and co-create new industry/university value networks.
- Organisational applications of Business intelligence/Business Analytics
- Business process management (BPM)
- Human-centered Knowledge Management
- Innovative education
Recent Units Taught
2013: Semester 2, 2012: Semester 2,
2013: Semester 1, Semester 2, 2012: Semester 1,
2012: Semester 2,
2013: Semester 1, 2012: Semester 1,
2012: Semester 1,
2012: Semester 2,