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Dr Peter Williams
|School:||Avondale Business School|
|Phone:||(02) 4980 2175|
|Qualifications:||Doctor of Philosophy (Avondale College of Higher Education, 2018)|
Master of Business Administration (Human Resource Management) (Southern Cross University, 2012)
Master of Education (Administration) (Avondale College of Higher Education, 2007)
Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Teaching (Management and Business Studies) (Avondale College of Higher Education, 2002)
Professional Memberships include:
MAHRI - Professional Membership (Australian Human Resources Institute)
|Research:||Peter has interest in researching the areas of Educational Leadership, Succession Planning, Organisational Change, Decision-Making, Email intrusion and Work-Life Balance, Online Learning and Internationalising the Curriculum.|
|About:||Peter has a strong teaching background having taught at Primary, Secondary and Tertiary education levels within the Australian education sector over a 18 year career. He particularly enjoys the subject delivery and student interaction components of his role as Senior Lecturer in the Avondale Business School.|
|Select Publications:||Barnes, L., Long, W., Williams, P., Wilson, D., Poulton, E., & Sormin, V. (2020). When business and business schools unite to create uniqueness: Stakeholder relationships in business hubs embedded in higher education business institutions. International Journal of Research in Commerce and Management Studies, 2(2), 154-176.|
Williams, P. (2019). Current and ideal performance appraisal: Employee perceptions in an Australian faith-based education system. TEACH Journal of Christian Education, 13(1), 21-28.
Williams, P. (2019). SDA Business Teacher's Conference, Paper presentation, Pursuing student engagement further: Evaluating a blended learning approach to delivering an Introduction to Economics unit of study. USA, 9-11 July.
Williams, P. (2019). SDA Business Teacher's Conference, Paper presentation, Embedded smart hubs in higher education business institutions: Mutual Alliance Factor Model. USA, 9-11 July.
Williams, P. (2018). Leadership Succession in a Faith-Based Education System: Perceptions of Different Hierarchical Levels. Thesis (PhD) Avondale College of Higher Education.
Williams, P., & Morey, P. (2018). School leadership aspirations: Differences in perceptions of drivers and barriers across hierarchical levels. TEACH Journal of Christian Education, 12(1), 37-44.
Wilson, D. P., Williams, P., Long, W. R., & Northcote, M. T. (2017). Learning Thresholds: A Journey in Online Learning and Teaching. TEACH Journal of Christian Education, 11(1), 37-45.
Williams, P. (2017). Adventist Business Education Conference, Paper presentation, Learning thresholds and online education. Papua New Guinea, 10-11 July.
Long, W., & Williams, P. (2016). Should pastors be available all the time? Ministry: International Journal for Pastors, 88(5), 13-16.
Williams, P., & Morey, P. (2015). Future Leadership of Schools in Australia: Employee Perceptions of Taking on the Challenge. TEACH Journal of Christian Education, 9(2), 22-33.
Hattingh, S. J., Thompson, S. W., Williams, P., & Morton, L. (2015). Imagine, Interrupt, Innovate: Internationalising Teaching and Learning Practice. TEACH Journal of Christian Education, 9(2), 34-41.
Williams, P., Long, W. R., & Morey, P. (2014). Anytime Email and Work-Life Balance: An Exploration into the Views of Adventist Schools Australia Employees. TEACH Journal of Christian Education, 8(2), 39-47.
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