Teaching

Teaching Experience

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Big Data Management
  • Spring 2016, Spring 2015
  • Required course for graduate students following International Full-Time Master Programme in Business Administration at Faculty of Economics
  • Students learn about key big data concepts and commonly used data analytical techniques and tools
  • Traditional offerings of the course uses interaction lectures, discussions, and other assignments to help students apply concepts
Databases
  • Winter 2016, Winter 2015, Winter 2014, Winter 2013, Winter 2012, Winter 2011, Winter 2010, Winter 2009, Winter 2008, Winter 2007, Winter 2006
  • Elective course for undergraduate students following Business Informatics University and Professional Degree Program at Faculty of Economics
  • Required course for undergraduate students following Social Informatics University Degree Program at Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Students learn about database design and the use of database management systems in business
  • Course taught using lectures and individual project assignments to help students apply what they have learned
Information Support for Business Decisions
  • Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013, Spring 2012, Spring 2011, Spring 2010
  • Elective course for undergraduate students following University Degree Program of Economics & Business Sciences and Professional Degree Program of Business Administration at Faculty of Economics
  • Students learn about technological solutions available to decision makers at different organizational levels
  • Course taught using interaction lectures, computer lab sessions, case studies, group projects and other relevant course assignments to help students apply concepts and examine current tools available on the market
Business Informatics
  • Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013, Spring 2012, Spring 2011
  • Required course for undergraduate students following Professional Degree Program of Business Administration at Faculty of Economics
  • Students learn about technology, information systems, and their role in business
  • Traditional offerings of the course uses interaction lectures, discussions, and other assignments to help students apply concepts
University NOVA, Lisbon, Portugal
Information Systems Management
  • Fall 2016, Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Fall 2012, Fall 2011
  • Required graduate course for all master students
  • Students examine issues related to management that occur in today’s dynamic and technologically-savvy workplace
  • Course uses readings, case studies, assignments and projects to help students apply what they have learned and to develop critical thinking and decision making skills in the IS management context
Research Seminar I
  • Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Fall 2012
  • Doctoral seminar (elective) focusing on diverse behavioral and organizational theories used in information systems research
  • Interactive, seminar format to help students learn about relevant theories and develop skills necessary for their future research

Teaching Awards

University of Ljubljana : The Best Young Professor Award for Extraordinary Teaching and Research Achievements, 2011

Dissertation Committee and Advising Activity

Araceli María Rojo Gallego-Burín – Dissertation Committee Member (Completed, May 2017) – “LA GESTIÓN DE LA FLEXIBILIDAD EN LA CADENA DE SUMINISTRO: UN ENFOQUE BASADO EN EL AMBIDIESTRISMO Y EN EL CONCEPTO DE AJUSTE”

Borut Puklavec (University of Ljubljana) – Dissertation Advisor (Completed, December 2016) – “Adoption of Business Intelligence Systems: Empirical Insights from Small and Medium Enterprises”

Tanja Grublješič (University of Ljubljana) – Dissertation Committee Member (Completed, December 2014) – “Determinants of Business Intelligence Systems Embeddedness”