50 YEARS OF EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS EDUCATION DISCOVER CASS AT 50

Faculties & Research

Portrait of Professor Clive Holtham

Professor Clive Holtham

The Bull Info. Syst. Chair in Inf. Mgt

Faculty of Management

Contact

Visit Clive Holtham

Room BR4077, Bunhill Row

null

Postal Address

Cass Business School
106 Bunhill Row
London
EC1Y 8TZ
United Kingdom

Background

After taking a Masters degree in management, he trained as an accountant and was Young Accountant of the Year in 1976. Following six years as a Director of Finance and IT, he moved to the Business School in 1988. His research is into the strategic exploitation of information systems, knowledge management and management learning. He has managed a number of large applied research projects including a major research project for the Institute of Directors, examining the IT needs of executives and as research director of the European Union's 1.6m euro study PRISM (Measurement and Reporting of Intangibles). Professor Holtham has been one of the leading architects of the "electronic boardroom", involving the use of information technology by executives in meetings. He has been an adviser to the European Parliament on e-learning, and was named as one of the UK's top 3 "e-tutors of the year" by the Times Higher Education Supplement in 2001. As part of the conceptualisation of the new building for the business school, he extensively researched the nature of space for knowledge work. He was appointed as the inaugural Director of the Cass Business School Learning Laboratory in 2002. In 2003 he was awarded a UK National Teaching Fellowship as one of the 20 leading university teachers in the UK. He was co-founder and a board member of the innovative informal learning network knowhownonprofit.org. He is author of a large number of publications, and lectures, broadcasts and consults in the UK and internationally. He was a founding member of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, the City of London's 100th livery company.

Qualifications

MA (Oxford) and MSoc Sci (Birmingham).

Memberships of Professional Organisations

  1. Founder Member, Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, 1982 – present
  2. Fellow, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Jan 1978 – present
  3. Fellow, The Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA), Jan 1976 – present
  4. Member of Inaugural Court, Worshipful Company of Information Technologists
  5. Director of Charitable Trust, Worshipful Company of Information Technologists
  6. Liveryman, Worshipful Company of Information Technologists
  7. Freeman of the City of London, Worshipful Company of Information Technologists

Awards

  1. Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) (2003) UK National Teaching Fellowship
  2. British Computer Society (1990) First Prize For MBA in IT Management
    IT Management Award First Prize For MBA in IT Management
  3. Accountancy Age (1976) Young Accountant of the Year

Expertise

Primary Topics

  • Information Management
  • Knowledge Management
  • Management Learning

Research Topics

Quality in Business Education
HEFCE Funded project
Innovation in Management Education
HEFCE Funded Project examining innovation in UK, Continental Europe, Australia and USA
Informal Learning Networks
BLF funded project
Name
Richard Jones
Attendance
Sep 2008 – Sep 2011, full-time
Thesis Title
The return on ERP systems
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Ibrahim Dawoud
Attendance
Oct 2006 – Jul 2010, full-time
Thesis Title
The impact of information technology on organisations: A case study of Saudi private sector
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Magda Chanopoulou
Attendance
May 2002 – May 2008, full-time
Thesis Title
The "business" value of internet-based systems for non-profits: the case of museums
Role
2nd Supervisor
Name
Jessica Iacono
Attendance
Oct 2001 – May 2008, part-time
Thesis Title
Factors Affecting the Viability of Electronic Marketplaces: an Empirical Investigation into International Steel Trading
Role
2nd Supervisor
Name
Nigel Courtney
Attendance
1996 – 2002
Name
George-Michael Klimis
Attendance
1996 – 2000
Name
Fatima Al Duwasain
Attendance
1995 – 2000

Books (16)

  1. Nygaard, C., Branch, J. and Holtham, C. (2013). Learning in Higher Education: Contemporary Standpoints. Libri Publishing. ISBN 978-1-907471-70-4.
  2. Nygaard, C., Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2010). Teaching Creativity: Creativity in Teaching. Libri Publishing.
  3. Nygaard, C., Courtney, N., Holtham, C. and Brown, S. (2010). Beyond Transmission: Innovations in University Teaching. Libri Publishing.
  4. Nygaard, C., Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (Eds.), (2009). Improving Students' Learning Outcomes. Copenhagen Business School Press
  5. Gibson, A., Sample, W.W.D., Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2009). Social by Social : A practical guide to using new technologies to deliver social impact. NESTA.
  6. Nygaard, C. and Holtham, C. (Eds.), (2008). Understanding Learning-Centred Higher Education. Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School.
  7. Holtham, C. (2001). Revenge of the colonies.
  8. Holtham, C. and Selim, G. (2001). Creating the twenty first century international business school: teaching and learning challenges. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning,.
  9. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (2000). New Species rule the e-business jungle.
  10. Holtham, C. (2000). Lifting the Weight (e-doc).
  11. Holtham, C. (1997). Know what I mean.
  12. Holtham, C. (1997). It�s so unfair.
  13. Holtham, C. (1995). The Lessons of War.
  14. Holtham, C. (1995). Problems with the homework.
  15. Holtham, C. (1995). The Business Flight Simulator.
  16. Holtham, C. Final Report: The Business Facilitation System: A DTI/EPSRC Computer Supported Collaborative Work Research Project, Reference: GR/J94884, 1993-1997.

Chapters (23)

  1. Holtham, C. (2015). Towards New Genres for 21st Century Business School Case Studies. In Courtney, N., Poulsen, C. and Stylios, C. (Eds.), Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century (pp. 121–136). Libri Publishing.
  2. Holtham, C. and Cancienne, A. (2014). Collective Learning Spaces: Constraints on Pedagogic Excellence. In Branch, J., Bartholomew, P., Nygaard, C. and Scott-Webber, L. (Eds.), Learning Space Design in Higher Education (pp. 225–240). Libri Publishing.
  3. Holtham, W.C. and Owens, A. (2009). Unconscious Learning Through Social Collaboration: Modeling a capacity for learning through the derive. In Rush, L. and Fisher, A. (Eds.), Expanding the capacity to learn of student teachers in Initial Teacher Education (pp. 43–45). Lancaster: Escalate.
  4. Hendry, C., Selim, G., Holtham, C., Brown, J., Holden, J., Courtney, N. and Oehlcke, F. (2008). Facilitating Innovation through The Measurement and Management of Intangibles. In Scaborough, H. (Ed.), The Evolution of Business Knowledge (pp. 319–338). Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-922960-4.
  5. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (2008). Interlacing teaching and learning strategy in business education. In Nygaard, C. and Holtham, C. (Eds.), Understanding Learner Centered Higher Education Copenhaged: Copenhagen Business School Press.
  6. Holtham, C. (2008). Place and Space Strategies for 21st Century Organizations. In Charles Wankel, (Ed.), 21st Century Management: A Reference Handbook (pp. 451–460). Sage.
  7. Holtham, C., Courtney, N. and Hendry, C. (2006). Value Creation through Intangibles: emerging good practice. In Ermine, J.-.L. and Boughzala, I. (Eds.), Trends in enterprise knowledge management London: ISTE.
  8. Holtham, C. (2006). City of London: Sir John Cass Business School. In Oblinger, D.G. (Ed.), Learning Spaces (pp. 15–15). EDUCAUSE. ISBN 0-9672853-7-2.
  9. Holtham, C., Brady, C., Lampel, J. and Rich, M. (2006). Simulation in its place : business war-rooms to enhance management learning. International Simulation & Gaming Research Yearbook (pp. 59–68). SAGSET (Society for the Advancement of Games and Simulation in Education and Training).
  10. Holtham, C. and Rich, M. (2005). Making space for twenty first century management learning. In eds Milter, R., Perotti, V. and Segers, M. (Eds.), Educational Innovation in Economics and Business IX: Breaking Boundaries for Global Learning Kluwer academic publishing.
  11. Holtham, C., D Cruz, M. and Tiwari, A. (2002). The application of business groupware technology to support collaborative learning with face to face students. The Digital University — Building a Learning Community (pp. 113–124). London: Springer-Verlag.
  12. Holtham, C. (2001). Valuation has its price. (pp. 232–233). Kluwer Academic Publishers..
  13. Holtham, C. and Shift, C. (2000). Business Re-Creation AD 2000. (pp. 17–18). KMC Press.
  14. Holtham, C. (2000). Using modern technology to build new capabilities. (pp. 148–165). John Wiley & Sons.
  15. Holtham, C. (1999). Better paper than paper: Adobe Acrobat 4.0. (pp. 25–29). John Wiley & Sons.
  16. Holtham, C. (1999). The Future of Knowledge Management. (pp. 29–31). John Wiley & Son.
  17. Holtham, C., D Cruz, M. and Tiwari, A. (1998). The application of intranet and business groupware technologies to support collaborative learning with face-to-face students. (pp. 267–280). London Business School.
  18. Holtham, C. (1997). Research on the use of information technology during the Sales Dialogue. (pp. 24–30). INTRAC.
  19. Holtham, C. (1997). That�s Edutainment. (pp. 117–119). Investment Property Forum.
  20. Holtham, C. (1996). Thomas Miller and Co: From Information to Imagination. (pp. 144–151). Insurance: Mathematics and Economics.
  21. Holtham, C. (1995). A Groupware Based Framework for Learning Organisations: The BFS Project. (pp. 205–217). Institute of Economic Affairs.
  22. Holtham, C. (1995). Developing a System for Measuring Departmental Performance. (pp. 149–154). Institute of Economic Affairs.
  23. Holtham, C. (1995). Integrating technologies to support action. (pp. 91–107). Institute of Economic Affairs.

Conference Papers and Proceedings (122)

  1. Kernan, M.A., Rich, M., Brown, A. and Holtham, C. (2017). Educating innovative leaders for the unordered world of VUCA, Knowledge Management in the 21st Century: Resilience, Creativity, Co-Creation. St Petersburg, Russia.
  2. Holtham, C., Rich, M. and Norris, L. (2013). Advanced learning environments 2016. .
  3. Norris, L., Eyt-Dessus, A. and Holtham, C. (2013). The learning ecosystem: A practical, holistic approach to old problems in a new world. .
  4. Holtham, C.W. (2012). Web 3.0 - challenge or opportunity for accountants? Charity Finance Directors' Group Annual Conference London.
  5. Holtham, C., Martin, R., Brown, A., Jawaheer, G. and Dove, A. (2012). Evaluating engagement to address undergraduate first year transition: A case study. .
  6. Holtham, C.W. and WIlkins, A. (2011). How far should design be at the heart of a 21st century university focussed on creativity and innovation? E&PDE 2011, the 13th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education 8-9 September, London, UK.
  7. Holtham, C.W. (2011). Engaged Learning: Effective Use of Learning Inside and Outside the classroom. Learning and Teaching Conference - Making teaching and learning relevant to students in the 21st century 28 June, University of West London, UK.
  8. Holtham, C.W., Dove, A. and Neugarten, M. (2011). Developing critical and imaginative thinking as core dimensions in management education: key roles for visual expression. EIASM 2nd Workshop On Imagining Business: Reflecting on visuality, performances and materialities in practices of management, organising and governing" 19-20 May, Segovia, Spain.
  9. Rich, M., Holtham, C., Brown, A. and Dove, A. (2011). After the financial crisis: preparing graduates for a dramatic change in employers' expectations. Higher Education Academy subject centre conference for Business Management Accounting and Finance 11-12 May, Bournemouth, UK.
  10. Holtham, C., Dove, A. and Owens, A. (2011). Building on cultural spaces and places for enhancing the intuitive capabilities of students of business and management. .
  11. Holtham, C.W. (2011). Creating an innovative first year module on reflective practice. NTF National Teaching Fellows Annual Symposium University of Leicester, UK.
  12. Holtham, C.W. and Dove, A. (2011). Meeting rapidly-changing employer needs - challenges to transmissive learning. Learning at City Conference London, UK.
  13. Holtham, C.W. (2011). Technology Innovation versus Exploitation Capability. Okra Globalisation Conference London, UK.
  14. Holtham, C.W. (2011). Using innovative technologies in academic teaching: supporting learning in and out of the classroom. EFMD Symposium on Creating Competitive Advantage with Pedagogical Innovation Brussels, Belgium.
  15. Holtham, C.W. (2011). Why should Business Analysts be Creative and Innovative? Business Analysis Conference London.
  16. Holtham, W. and Owens, A. (2010). How arts-based approaches can support the creation and sharing of knowledge in professions such as management and education. Apply Arts Conference 19-20 October, Helsinki, Finland.
  17. Holtham, C.W. (2010). Creative Leadership. Art of Management & Organization Conference 1-2 September, Bilgi University, Istanbul, Turkey.
  18. Holtham, C.W., Owens, A. and Bogdanova, M. (2010). Improving Visual Perception and Representation by Managers. 28th Standing Conference on Organisational Symbolism (SCOS) 7-10 July, Lille, France.
  19. Holtham, C.W., Ward, V. and Owens, A. (2010). Slow Knowledge Work: Designing Space and Learning. 26th EGOS Colloquium 1-3 July, Lisbon, Portugal.
  20. Holtham, C.W., Douthwaite, S., Dove, A., Lee, H.Y. and Palmer, P. (2010). Personal and Career Options: embedding reflection within the academic curriculum. Learning at City Conference 2010 3 June, London.
  21. Holtham, W.C. and Rich, M. (2010). Developing an innovative informal learning capability for sector-wide management education. EDINEB Conference June, London, UK.
  22. Holtham, W.C. and Courtney, N. (2010). Five Dimensions for Exploiting Technology Intelligently. UKAIS 2010: UK Academy of Information Systems Conference 23-24 March, University of Oxford.
  23. Brown, A., Rich, M. and Holtham, C. (2010). Authentic assignments versus project based activity assignments � A comparison. Higher Education Academy subject centre conference for Business Management Accounting and Finance Newcastle.
  24. Holtham, W.C. and Owens, A. (2010). The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme as an ecosystem for sustaining cross-disciplinary learning innovation. Higher Education Academy Conference, Hatfield, 22nd-23rd June Hatfield.
  25. Holtham, W.C. and Rich, M. (2010). Towards enactment in management learning: balancing rational and intuitive approaches. EABIS Experiential Learning Congress, 25-26th November Berlin, Germany.
  26. Holtham, W.C. and Rich, M. (2010). Two decades of learning innovation in management education - some lessons. M/O/T Conference, 1st-4th December Vienna, Austria.
  27. Holtham, C.W. (2009). Creativity and higher education: developing an institution-wide perspective, then implementing it. Creative Economy and Beyond (CEB) Conference 9-10 September, Helsinki, Finland.
  28. Holtham, C.W. (2009). Spaces For Creativity - Interweaving the Physical and the Virtual. HCI 2009 Workshop: Information Spaces for Creative Conversations (1 September 2009) 1-5 September, Cambridge University.
  29. Holtham, W.C. and Rich, M. (2009). Blending web 1.0 and web 2.0 instructional resources: experience from a web-based informal learning system. eLearning Web 2.0 Conference 6-7 July, Brunel University, Uxbridge.
  30. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (2009). Achieving the potential of web-conferencing: lessons from media synchronicity theory. DIVERSE Conference 2009 24-26 June, Aberystwyth.
  31. Iacono, J., Brown, A. and Holtham, C. (2009). Research Methods — a Case Example of Participant Observation. 8th European Conference in Research Methods for Business and Management (ECRM) 22-23 June, Academic Conferences Valletta, Malta.
  32. Holtham, W.C. and Hardie, K. (2009). Creativity in Higher Education. NTF National Teaching Fellows Symposium 10-11 May, Leeds, UK.
  33. Holtham, C. (2009). Limits on the business applications of arts practices. InQBate CETL Workshop 26 February, Brighton, UK.
  34. Holtham, W.C. and Wilkins, A. (2009). Organisational creativity: building a business ba-haus? EOGS, 2nd-4th July Barcelona.
  35. Holtham, C.W., Brown, A. and Rich, M. (2009). The Impact of Diversity and Enrichment of Feedback to Enhance a Key Lifelong Managerial Capability. BMAF Conference 2009, Engaging Employers, Cardiff, 28th-29th April, 2009 Cardiff.
  36. Holtham, W.C. and Barratt, M. (2009). Wayfinding in multiple dimensions: a web case study. IDA Conference, 1st-2nd April 2009 London.
  37. Holtham, C. (2008). Learning by Design. Out of the Studio Conference; Art, Design Media Subject Centre 15 December, Arts Institute Bournemouth.
  38. Holtham, C., Sims, D., Lampel, J. and Owens, A. (2008). Can artful inquiry ever play more than a minor role in formal management education? The Fourth Art of Management and Organization Conference 9-12 September, Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada.
  39. Holtham, C. and Owens, A. (2008). Innovative reporting on professional reflection-in-action: drawing on methods with origins in the fine arts. The Fourth Art of Management and Organization Conference 9-12 September, Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada.
  40. Holtham, C., Owens, A. and Bogdanova, M. (2008). M level Inquiry Across Disciplinary Boundaries: Using Reflective Sketchbooks. British Educational Research Association Annual Conference (BERA) 3-6 September, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
  41. Holtham, C., Owens, A., Bogdanova, M. and Holtham, S. (2008). Visual imagination in professional development. EIASM 1St Workshop On Imagining Business: Reflecting On The Visual Power Of Management, Organising And Governing Practices 26-27 June, Said Business School, University of Oxford.
  42. Holtham, C. and Owens, A. (2008). Narrative at the heart of reflective professional development. Narrative Practitioner Conference 23-25 June, North East Wales Institute of Higher Education, Wrexham, North Wales, UK.
  43. Holtham, C. and Rich, M. (2008). Designing an informal learning network for management development: a contradiction in terms. EDINEB (Educational Innovation in Economics and Business) Conference 11-13 June, Malaga, Spain.
  44. Holtham, C. and Brown, A. (2008). The transition from transmissive to constructivist learning for management undergraduates. EDINEB (Educational Innovation in Economics and Business) Conference 11-13 June, Malaga, Spain.
  45. Rich, M., Holtham, C. and Brown, A. (2008). Millennial students, non-formal learning, and the first year experience. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) 7th International Conference 15-16 May, London.
  46. Holtham, C., Wiertz, C. and Palmer, P. (2008). Approaches to high engagement learning. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) 7th International Conference 15-16 May, London.
  47. Holtham, C. (2008). Spaces and performance transcending professional pedagogies. Space, Performance and Pedagogy Symposium 15 May, CAPITAL Centre, Warwick University, UK.
  48. Holtham, C. and Brown, A. (2008). High Engagement First Year Transition Through an Integrating Module on Management. BMAF Conference 2008: The Learning and Teaching Agenda in the UK: National Perspectives but Common Concerns? 29-30 April, Edinburgh, UK.
  49. Holtham, C. and Rich, M. (2008). Lessons From A Major Project to Enhance the Quality of UK Business Education. BMAF Conference 2008: The Learning and Teaching Agenda in the UK: National Perspectives but Common Concerns? 29-30 April, Edinburgh, UK.
  50. Holtham, C. and Rich, M. (2008). Developing the architecture of a large-scale informal e-learning network. 4th TENCompetence Open Wokshop 10-11 April, Madrid, Spain.
  51. Holtham, C. and Rich, M. (2008). Learning outside formal educational settings. British Computer Society Grand Challenge Workshop on Lifelong Learning 18 March, London, UK.
  52. Holtham, C. (2008). Making Space for Learning. Learning and Teaching Conference 2007 13 Jul 2007, Brighton.
  53. Holtham, C. and Owens, A. (2007). Exhibiting professional creativity through collections. The Turn to Aesthetics Conference 5-8 June, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, UK.
  54. Holtham, C. (2007). The application of video for informal learning in management education: staff and student experiences. DIVERSE Conference on Video and Video-conferencing in Further and Higher Education June, Lillehammer, Norway.
  55. Holtham, C., Courtney, N. and Barratt, M. (2007). Successful Web 2.0 in higher education - the importance of information design. Shock of the Old 2007: Shock of the Social 22 March, Said Business School, Oxford.
  56. Holtham, C. (2007). Radical Change in Management Education - where the full impact of Stafford Beer may yet take place. Fifth Metaphorum Conference 9-10 March, University of St Gallen, Switzerland.
  57. Holtham, C., Owens, A., Roberts, T. and Rogers, A. (2007). Enhancing professional learning through sketchbooks: cases from business, theatre and education. International Conference on Design Principles and Practices 4-7 January, Imperial College, London, UK.
  58. Holtham, C. and Owens, A. (2007). The drive: supporting scholarly collaboration across wide disciplinary boundaries. The Turn to Aesthetics Conference Liverpool.
  59. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (2007). The QUBE Project. Higher Education Academy FDTL Conference, 5-6th February 2007 Bristol.
  60. Holtham, C., Murphy, C. and Handberg, L. (2006). Impacts of Analogue and Digital Documents on Collaborative Episodes in Professional Education and Training . CoPADD 2006: 1st Workshop on Collaborating over Paper and Digital Documents 4 November, Banff, Canada.
  61. Lampel, J., Sims, D. and Holtham, C. (2006). Can artful inquiry help investigate the mystery of management? 3rd Art of Management and Organization Conference 5-9 September, Krakow, Poland.
  62. Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2006). Games and simulations to support management learning and change: a higher education example. SAGSET Conference (Society for the Advancement of Games and Simulations in Education and Training) 12-14 July, London, UK.
  63. Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2006). High-engagement learning for business education. Higher Education Academy Annual Conference 3-5 July, Nottingham, UK.
  64. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (2006). High-Engagement Learning for Management Education. Higher Education Academy Annual Conference 3-5 July, Nottingham, UK.
  65. Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2006). Excellence in Management Education: Innovating in Response to Rapid Change. 2nd International Conference Integrating for Excellence 28-30 June, Sheffield, UK.
  66. Sims, D., Lampel, J., Owens, A. and Holtham, C. (2006). Applying perspectives from the arts as a route to gaining insights into management problem solving. New perspectives in learning in the professions 14 June, London, UK.
  67. Holtham, C. (2006). Relationships between physical space and virtual work: analogue and digital worlds. Realising Benefits from Investment in Document and Records Management Conference 13 June, London, UK.
  68. Courtney, N., Stace, D. and Holtham, C. (2006). Balancing technology, business processes and skills: key determinants of firm-level information systems success? ITU and LBS Digital Transformations in the Information Society Conference 1-2 June, Geneva, Switzerland.
  69. Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2006). Mapping innovative practice in management education. EURAM 2006 Conference 17-20 May, Oslo, Norway.
  70. Rich, M. and Holtham, C. (2006). Individuality and identity: students responses to learning alone and learning collaboratively. 6th Annual International Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning May, London, UK.
  71. Putzel, R. and Holtham, C. (2006). Evaluating teaching and learning methods in management education. Business, Management, Accounting and Finance Subject Centre Annual Conference 6-7 April, Oxford, UK.
  72. Courtney, N., Barratt, M. and Holtham, C. (2006). Information Architectures for Quality Management in UK Business Education. Business, Management, Accounting and Finance Subject Centre Annual Conference 6-7 April, Oxford, UK.
  73. Owens, A. and Holtham, C. (2006). Enhancing management knowledge through extra-rational theatrical tools: beyond consensus of theatrics to dissensus of dialogue. OLKC 2006: The First International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities 20-22 March, Warwick University Business School, UK.
  74. Holtham, C. and Nigel Courtney, M.B. (2006). Information Architectures for Quality Management: A UK Case Study. Higher Education Academy Annual Conference Lisbon, Portugal.
  75. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (2006). The Deans Dilemma. Association of Business Schools Annual Conference Grantham.
  76. Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2005). Collaborative learning between universities in eight countries on innovation in management education. Euroepan Union eChallenges e-2005 Conference 19-21 October, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  77. Brady, C., Lampel, J., Rich, M. and Holtham, C. (2005). Simulation in its place: business war-rooms to enhance management learning. SAGSET Conference 13-14 July, Portsmouth, UK.
  78. Holtham, C. and Rich, M. (2005). Building communities and building knowledge within a business school. EDINEB 2005 15-17 June, Antwerp, Belgium.
  79. Sodhi Manmohan, S. and Holtham, C. (2005). Designing Student Teams in Professional Education: Experiences from a Management Programme. Fifth Annual International Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) 2005 12-13 May, London.
  80. Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2005). Barriers to innovation in management education: an international perspective. NTF National Teaching Fellows Annual Symposium May, Nottingham, UK.
  81. Holtham, C. (2005). Creating a 21st Century Management Education Environment: Practising the Rules of the Game. BEST Conference 1 April, London, UK.
  82. Bertin, C. and Holtham, C. (2005). IS implementation and IT-enabled Organizational Change in the Eastern Caribbean Tourism Sector. UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS) 10th Annual Conference 22-24 March, Newcastle, UK.
  83. Childs, M., Knudsen, C., Holtham, C. and Rich, M. (2005). Video should be making a broader impact on higher education: so what needs to be done? DIVERSE Fifth Conference on Video and Videoconferencing in Higher Education Vanderbilt University, TN.
  84. Brady, C., Melville, R. and Holtham, C. (2005). 21st Century Professional Management Education: Learning, Simulation, Emulation and Games. International Simulation and Gaming Association Atlanta.
  85. Holtham, C. (2005). Teaching and Learning Champions: An Institutional Perspective from the UK. Second International Forum of Teacher-Scholars: Towards a framework for quality assurance for teaching and learning Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
  86. Anderson, V., Courtney, N., Turner Bisset, R. and Holtham, C. (2005). Transitional Objects; not only for infants, but also for adult learning. Society for Teaching and Learning In Higher Education Canada Annual Conference University of Prince Edward Island.
  87. Melville, R. and Holtham, C. (2004). E-Portfolios to create learing diversity. European E-portfolio Conference March, London, UK.
  88. Russell, G., Collins, P., Davey, P., Alam, R., Tamworth, R. and Holtham, C. (2004). Approaches to national standardisation in knowledge management. 25th McMaster World Congress: Management of Intellectual Capital 14-16 January, Hamilton, Canada.
  89. Bhalla, A. and Holtham, C. (2004). The organizational jigsaw: opportunities for collaborative learning. EGOS Workshop, Drawing on Organization Studies to Design, Manage and Organize Education Ljubjlana, Slovenia, July 2004.
  90. Holtham, C. (2004). Management research, management teaching and management practice - Do they have to be only loosely connected? .
  91. Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2003). Executive Learning: the evolution of effective e-learning architectures. European Commission eChallenges e-2003 Conference 22-24 October, Bologna, Italy.
  92. Lampel, J., Brady, C., Rich, M. and Holtham, C. (2003). How far can business war-rooms provide an effective environment for management learning? Educational Innovation in Economics and Business (EDINEB 2003) June, Salzburg, Austria.
  93. Colton, S., Dove, A., Ward, V. and Holtham, C. (2003). Slow Knowledge: uses of the postcard in re-forming organisational time, place and meaning. 'In search of time' Conference 8-10 May, Palermo.
  94. Martin, I., Prior, A., Ward, V. and Holtham, C. (2002). People and patterns: a case study of the relationship between risk management and knowledge management in financial servicesvehicles of exchanges and communities. The Fourth European Conference on Organizational Knowledge, Learning, and Capabilities 13 Apr 2003 – 15 Apr 2003, Barcelona, Spain.
  95. Brown, A., Rich, M. and Holtham, C. (2003). Information literacy for starting MBA's: issues and dynamics. BEST 2003 Conference Brighton, UK.
  96. Youngman, R. and Holtham, C. (2003). Measurement and Reporting of Intangibles: a European Policy Perspective. McMaster World Conference on Intangibles and Intellectual Capital McMaster University, Ontario, Canada.
  97. Brown, A. and Rich, M. (2003). Supporting Information Literacy for starting MBAs through Action Research. The 2nd European Conference in Research Methods, Reading Reading.
  98. Colton, S., Dove, A., Lampel, J., Ward, V. and Holtham, C. (2002). Shared Information Displays in Management Learning: lessons from experience and experiment. ACM 2002 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work 16-20 November, New Orleans, US.
  99. Ward, V., Bohn, M. and Holtham, C. (2002). Slow knowledge: the importance of tempo in debriefing and in individual learning. OKLC 3: Organisational Knowledge, Learning and Competencies Conference 5-6 April, Athens, Greece.
  100. Holtham, C., Murphy, C. and Rich, M. (2002). Business information systems: a multi-disciplinary perspective on the scholarship of teaching and learning. SOTL 2002: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference .
  101. Holtham, C. and Rich, M. (2002). Making space for twenty first century management learning. EDINEB Guadalajara, Mexico.
  102. Ward, V., Bohn, M. and Holtham, C. (2001). Slow Company ? how procrastination and delay improves the quality of knowledge, collaboration and understanding. Spacing and Timing Conference November, Palermo, Italy.
  103. Knudsen, C. and Holtham, C. (2001). In-office Videoconferencing: New Opportunities, New Skills. 1st International DIVERSE Conference on Video and Video-conferencing in Further and Higher Education July, Derby, UK.
  104. Holtham, C. (2001). Back To The Future: Learning from the Past. Information Management 2001 Olympia, London, UK.
  105. Holtham, C. (2001). Designing Knowledge Environments that work. European Knowledge Management Conference Brussels.
  106. Holtham, C. (2001). How to successfully exploit business intelligence to manage business. Business Intelligence Europe Paris, France.
  107. Eustace, , Clark, , Clive, H. and Holtham, C. (2001). The Intangible Economy Impact And Policy Issues. Report of The European High Level Expert Group on the Intangible Economy, DG Enterprise Brussels.
  108. Holtham, C. (2000). Creating Learning Communities Online. Knowledge Management Conference London, UK.
  109. Holtham, C. (2000). Transformation through technology: learning with our customers. EFMD External Relations Seminar EADA Business School, Barcelona.
  110. Holtham, C. (1999). Preface to Morals for robots and cyborgs: ethics, society and public policy in the age of autonomous intelligent machines by Perri 6. Bull Information Systems, London, UK.
  111. Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (1998). Applied Knowledge Management. Unicom Conference London, UK.
  112. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (1998). The executive learning ladder: A knowledge creation process grounded in the strategic information systems domain. .
  113. Holtham, C. (1998). Knowledge Management and Culture. Learned Information Knowledge Management Conference Oxford, UK.
  114. Patel, U., D'Cruz, M.J. and Holtham, C. (1997). Collaborative Design for Virtual Team Collaboration: A Case Study of Jostling on the Web. .
  115. Holtham, C. (1997). Will business knowledge management survive until the twenty first century? .
  116. Loebbecke, C., Wölcken, K., Bjørn-Andersen, N., Holtham, C., Krcmar, H. and Pokorn, J. (1997). Panel: Pan-European Research in Information Systems: Why and How. .
  117. Holtham, C. (1996). The Information Fabric: How the business process sits alongside the information infrastructure for organisational and personal learning in times of radical change. European Business Process and Workflow Conference Amsterdam.
  118. Vreede, G.-.J.D., Ackermann, F., Valacich, J.S. and Holtham, C. (1996). Panel 12 Supporting Teams in the Twenty-First Century. .
  119. Holtham, C. (1995). Applying group technologies to support organisational change - theory and practice. Black Forest Group, San Francisco.
  120. Holtham, C. (1995). Executives, Information and Technology: Keynote Presentation. EIS and OLAP Conference London, UK.
  121. Holtham, C. (1995). The Business Potential of Groupware. Executive Systems Research Centre (ESRC) University College, Cork.
  122. HOLTHAM, C. (1992). ARCHITECTURES FOR EXECUTIVE SUPPORT SYSTEMS - TOWARDS A PROTOTYPE TOP MANAGER WORKSTATION. .

Journal Articles (76)

  1. Brown, A., Holtham, C., Rich, M. and Dove, A. (2015). Twenty-First Century Managers and Intuition: An Exploratory Example of Pedagogic Change for Business Undergraduates. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 13(3), pp. 349–375. doi:10.1111/dsji.12066.
  2. Brown, A., Rich, M. and Holtham, C. (2014). Student engagement and learning: Case study of a new module for business undergraduates at Cass business school. Journal of Management Development, 33(6), pp. 603–619. doi:10.1108/JMD-04-2014-0038.
  3. Holtham, C., Dove, A. and Owens, A. (2012). Building on cultural spaces and places for enhancing the intuitive capabilities of students of business and management. Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education, 10(2), pp. 163–178. doi:10.1386/adch.10.2.163_1.
  4. Holtham, C. and Rich, M. (2012). Non-formal management learning through electronic experiential fiction. Journal of Management Development, 31(3), pp. 287–297. doi:10.1108/02621711211208916.
  5. Stace, D., Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2012). Bringing ICT to the strategy table. Strategic Change, 21(1-2), pp. 41–57. doi:10.1002/jsc.1894.
  6. Wilkins, A. and Holtham, C. (2012). Organisational Creativity: Building a Business Ba-Haus? Creative Education, 03(06), pp. 737–745. doi:10.4236/ce.2012.326110.
  7. Iacono, J.C., Brown, A. and Holtham, C. (2011). The use of the case study method in theory testing: The example of steel emarketplaces. Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, 9(1), pp. 57–65.
  8. Holtham, C.W. and Owens, A. (2011). Using the urban to span the boundaries between diverse disciplines: Drama Education and Business Management. Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (PESTLHE), 6(3), pp. 292–305.
  9. Iacono, J., Brown, A. and Holtham, C. (2009). Research methods - a case example of participant observation. Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, 7(1), pp. 39–46.
  10. Holtham, C.W. (2009). Twenty-first-century e-learning: are the dreams still to come true? Advance (Saffron Interactive), 24, pp. 01–Dec.
  11. Holtham, C.W., Melville, R.R. and Sodhi, M.S. (2006). Designing Student Groupwork in Management Education: Widening the Palette of Options. Journal of Management Education, 30(6), pp. 809–817. doi:10.1177/1052562906287967.
  12. Sodhi, M., Holtham, C.W. and Melville, R. (2006). Designing student teams. OR/MS Today, 33(1), pp. 46–51.
  13. Rich, M. and Holtham, C. (2005). New technology in learning: A decade's experience in a business school. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36(4), pp. 677–679. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8535.2005.00545.x.
  14. Stace, D., Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2005). Stepping ahead with technology: but not too far! Strategic Change, 14(4), pp. 179–193. doi:10.1002/jsc.722.
  15. Holtham, C. (2005). Do we over communicate? European Business Forum, 23, Winter 2005 .
  16. Stace, D., Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (2004). Mapping opportunity space: options for a sustainable e-strategy. Strategic Change, 13(5), pp. 237–251. doi:10.1002/jsc.691.
  17. Holtham, C. (2003). Building for Business Knowledge: Constructing a New Business School in the Heart of London. Business Information Review, 20(4), pp. 215–225. doi:10.1177/0266382103204007.
  18. Brown, A., Rich, M. and Holtham, C. (2003). Supporting information literacy for starting MBAs through action research. Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, 2(1), pp. 11–20.
  19. Holtham, C., Rich, M. and Murphy, C. (2002). Business Information Systems: A multi-disciplinary perspective on the scholarship of teaching and learning. .
  20. Holtham, C., Bohne, M. and Ward, V. (2002). Creating effective physical and virtual spaces: the contributions of storytelling, architecture and artefacts to management education and practice. .
  21. Holtham, C. (2002). Prestatiemanagement van immateriele activa: hoe staat daar eigenlikj mee? [Performance Management and the Measurement of Intangibles]. Bedrijfskunde, 74(2) .
  22. Stace, D., Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (2001). E-Change: Charting a path towards sustainable e-strategies. Strategic Change, 10(7), pp. 403–418. doi:10.1002/jsc.555.
  23. Holtham, C., Ward, V. and Rosander, C. (2001). Designing spaces for knowledge work: can the use of fiction help construct new realities? Proceedings of University of Leicester conference "Managing Knowledge, Conversations and Critiques" .
  24. Holtham, C. (2001). The net is full of own goals. Independent on Sunday, pp. 25–25.
  25. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (2001). Developing managerial learning styles in the context of the strategic application of information and communications technologies. International Journal of Training and Development, 5(1), pp. 23–33. doi:10.1111/1468-2419.00119.
  26. Holtham, C. and Rich, M. (2001). Barriers to academic take up of computer mediated communications and video technologies - the comfort factor? Proceedings of Conference on Telecommunications, Education and Training, Charles University, Prague .
  27. Holtham, C. (2001). Business Intelligence 2001. , 3 .
  28. Holtham, C. (2001). The problem with winner-takes-all technologies. lectronic Business-21.com, 1(1), pp. 43–43.
  29. Holtham, C. (2001). The major barrier to the next wave of e-businesses. Electronic Business-21.com, 1(2), pp. 74–74.
  30. Holtham, C. (2001). Executive Sense: a look at i3 from a business perspective. i3 net: The European Network for Intelligent Information Interfaces, 2001(10), pp. 32–33.
  31. Holtham, C. (2001). Is XML really a standard? .
  32. Holtham, C. (2001). On Location. pp. Nov–16.
  33. Holtham, C., Ward, V. and Bohn, M. (2001). Slow Company: how procrastination and delay improves the quality of knowledge, collaboration and understanding. .
  34. Holtham, C., Ward, V. and Bohn, M. (2001). Slow knowledge: the importance of tempo in debriefing and in individual learning. .
  35. Holtham, C. (2000). A half-hearted revolution. New technology alone won't necessarily bring improved productivity. For e-government to be a success, fundamental changes are necessary, along with a degree of insight and imagination. Public Finance pp. 48–49.
  36. Holtham, C. and Ward, V. (2000). Accelerated Executive Learning : the significance of physical and virtual space in knowledge for strategy. .
  37. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (2000). e-business: Past and Future. , Issue 12, pp. 09–Dec.
  38. Holtham, C. and Ward, V. (2000). Experimenting With Learning About Knowledge: The Art Exhibition and The Garden Shed. .
  39. Holtham, C. and Wallis, R. (2000). From the Physical to the Virtual and back again. .
  40. Holtham, C. (2000). Inspiration: software to support individual creativity. , 1 .
  41. Holtham, C. (2000). Interim Electric Government May Be Major Barrier To Full Electronic Government. .
  42. Holtham, C. and Ward, V. (2000). Physical Space: the most neglected resource in contemporary knowledge management? .
  43. Holtham, C. and Ward, V. (2000). The Role of Psychological and Physical Spaces in Knowledge Management. .
  44. Holtham, C. (1999). Developing Effective Learning Communities Online. .
  45. Bawden, D., Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (1999). Perspectives on information overload. Aslib Proceedings, 51(8), pp. 249–255.
  46. Holtham, C. (1999). How Human Touch Makes a Real Learning Difference. .
  47. Holtham, C. (1999). Monolithic versus do-it-yourself learning resources in business education. , Q4/99 .
  48. Holtham, C. (1999). The application of portable networks in face-to-face group decision support systems. .
  49. Holtham, C. and Tomkin, N. (1999). The application of simulation as a learning method in financial services. .
  50. Holtham, C. (1999). The Office as a Place for Knowledge Creation. .
  51. Holtham, C., Brady, C., Janes, R., Reavill, L. and Rich, M. (1999). Utilising electronic meeting system methods to create an audit template as support for quality assurance initiatives in higher education. .
  52. Tiwari, A. and Holtham, C. (1998). Learning groupware through using groupware - Computer Supported Collaborative Learning with face to face students. SIGCSE Bulletin (Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education), 30(3), pp. 236–238.
  53. Holtham, C. and Tiwari, A. (1998). Adapting the physical office of the twenty first century to capitalize on emerging information system opportunities for managerial productivity and creativity. .
  54. Holtham, C. and Janes, R. (1998). Alternative GDSS structuring methods - towards versatility in group decision support? .
  55. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (1998). Applied Knowledge Management. .
  56. Holtham, C. (1998). Creating Virtual Learning Communities. .
  57. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (1998). Developing Managerial Competencies In Applied Knowledge Management: A Study Of Theory And Practice. .
  58. Holtham, C., Kretschmer, M. and Wallis, R. (1998). Electronic Commerce and Credibility Capital: The Role of Intermediaries. .
  59. Holtham, C. and Tiwari, A. (1998). Learning Groupware Through Using Groupware - Computer Supported Collaborative Learning with Face to Face Students. .
  60. Holtham, C. and Tiwari, A. (1998). Physical universities can apply virtual technologies too: the use of networked technologies to support collaborative learning. .
  61. Holtham, C. (1997). BPR Revisited. , June, pp. 08–Nov.
  62. Holtham, C. and Rich, M. (1997). Learning information systems in an MBA course through a mail-enabled business simulation - Trent Engineering. .
  63. Holtham, C. and Tomkin, N. (1997). New Channels of Delivery in Retail Financial Services: The Bank of Ruritania Business Simulation. .
  64. Holtham, C. (1996). Collaboration, Knowledge and Action. .
  65. Holtham, C. and Tiwari, A. (1996). The application of collaboration technologies to the budget-making process. .
  66. Holtham, C., D'Cruz, M. and Tiwari, A. (1996). Using Intranet and Business Groupware Technologies to Support Collaborative Learning with Face to Face Students. .
  67. Holtham, C. (1995). Integrating technologies to support action. Interacting with Computers, 7(1), pp. 91–107. doi:10.1016/0953-5438(95)90821-2.
  68. Holtham, C. and Courtney, N. (1995). Future Frameworks for Open Client Server Technologies. .
  69. Holtham, C. (1995). IT and Marketing. .
  70. Holtham, C. (1995). The Mononchrome Educational Conferencing System. , 2, pp. Nov–15.
  71. Holtham, C., Waal, A.A. and Bulthuis, H. (1994). De transparante organisatie en het gebruik van groupware. .
  72. Holtham, C. (1993). Des simulateurs de vol applique a l'enseignement de la gestion. .
  73. HOLTHAM, C. (1992). ARCHITECTURES FOR EXECUTIVE SUPPORT SYSTEMS - TOWARDS A PROTOTYPE TOP MANAGER WORKSTATION. IFIP TRANSACTIONS A-COMPUTER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 9, pp. 275–290.
  74. Holtham, C. (1989). Information technology management into the 1990s: A position paper. Journal of Information Technology, 4(4), pp. 179–196. doi:10.1057/jit.1989.33.
  75. Holtham, C. (1988). Developing a system for measuring departmental performance. Public Money and Management, 8(4), pp. 29–33. doi:10.1080/09540968809387504.
  76. HOLTHAM, C. (1977). LOCAL-GOVERNMENT FINANCE - STEISS,AW. LOCAL GOVERNMENT STUDIES-NEW SERIES, 3(2), pp. 79–81.

Reports (3)

  1. Hendry, C., Courtney, N. and Holtham, C. (2003). Unlocking the Hidden Wealth of organisations: the development and communication of intangible assets. London: B&Q; Cass Business School, City University.
  2. Holtham, C. (2001). The Dynamic Knowledge Network: an advanced computer supported collaborative learning environment for management education..
  3. Tiwari, A. and Holtham, C. The outcomes and implications of using groupware and shared innovative practices across universities to support accelerated learning by undergraduate students. (Working Paper). Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales and the Pensions Institute.

Subject/Academic Leadership

- Knowledge Management group, Subject Leader
- 2002 - present, Cass Learning Laborator, Director

Collaboration (Industrial)

  1. Lead partner of Measurement and Valuation of Intangibles project (Oct 2001 – Sep 2003)
    Sponsored by European Commission
    Other partners: Network of business schools and industrial partners

Editorial Activity

  1. International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital, Member of Editorial Board, 2006 – present.

Events/Conferences (124)

  1. Association of Business Schools Teaching & Learning Conference. (Conference) Manchester (2012). Organising Committee.
  2. Charity Finance Directors' Group Annual Conference. (Conference) London (2012). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Web 3.0 – challenge or opportunity for accountants?
    Author: Holtham CW
  3. Design Education for Business Creativity and Education. (Conference) London (2011). Organising Committee.
  4. Learning in Higher Education 11. (Conference) Greece (2011). Chair.
  5. EFMD Symposium on Creating Competitive Advantage with Pedagogical Innovation. (Workshop) Brussels, Belgium (2011). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Using innovative technologies in academic teaching: supporting learning in and out of the classroom
    Author: Holtham CW
  6. University of West London, Teaching and Learning Conference. (Conference) London (2011). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Engaged Learning: Effective Use of Learning Inside and Outside the classroom
    Author: Holtham CW
  7. Okra Globalisation Conference. (Conference) London (2011). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Technology Innovation versus Exploitation Capability
    Author: Holtham CW
  8. National Teaching Fellows Symposium. (Conference) University of Leicester (2011).
    Paper: Creating an innovative first year module on reflective practice
    Author: Holtham CW
  9. EKSIG Conference: “SkinDeep - experiential knowledge and multi sensory communication”. (Conference) Farnham (2011).
    Paper: Building on cultural spaces and places for enhancing the intuitive capabilities of students of business and management
    Author: Holtham CW
    Co-authors: Allan Owens, Angela Dove
  10. EIASM Workshop: "Reflecting on visuality, performances and materialities in practices of management, organising and governing". (Conference) Segovia, Spain (2011).
    Paper: Developing critical and imaginative thinking as core dimensions in management education: key roles for visual expression
    Author: Holtham CW
    Co-authors: Angela Dove, Michael Neugarten
  11. City University Learning Development Conference. (Conference) London (2011).
    Paper: Meeting rapidly-changing employer needs - challenges to transmissive learning
    Author: Holtham CW
    Co-authors: Angela Dove
  12. Business Analysis Conference. (Conference) London (2011). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Why should Business Analysts be Creative and Innovative?”
    Author: Holtham CW
  13. BMAF Conference 2011, Graduates with Impact through excellence in business education. (Conference) Bournemouth (2011).
    Paper: After the financial crisis: preparing graduates for a dramatic change in employers’ expectations
    Author: Brown Ann
    Co-authors: Clive Holtham, Martin Rich, Angela Dove
  14. 13th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education. Design education for creativity and business innovation. (Conference) London (2011).
    Paper: How far should design be at the heart of a 21st century university focussed on creativity and innovation?
    Author: Holtham CW
    Co-authors: Andy WIlkins
  15. M/O/T Conference. (Conference) Vienna, Austria (2010).
    Paper: Two decades of learning innovation in management education –some lessons
    Author: Holtham C.W.
    Co-authors: Martin Rich
  16. EABIS Experiential Learning Congress. (Conference) Berlin, Germany (2010).
    Paper: Towards enactment in management learning: balancing rational and intuitive approaches
    Author: Holtham C.W.
    Co-authors: Martin Rich
  17. Apply Arts Conference. (Conference) Helsinki, Finland (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: How arts-based approaches can support the creation and sharing of knowledge in professions such as management and education
    Author: Holtham C.W
    Co-authors: Allan Owens
  18. Art of Management Workshop. (Workshop) Bilgi University Istanbul (2010).
    Paper: Creative Leadership
    Author: Holtham C.W.
  19. 28th Standing Conference on Organisational Symbolism (SCOS). (Conference) Lille (2010).
    Paper: Improving Visual Perception and Representation by Managers
    Author: Holtham C.W.
    Co-authors: Owens, Allan and Bogdanova, Mariana
  20. Higher Education Academy Conference. (Conference) Hatfield (2010).
    Paper: The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme as an ecosystem for sustaining cross-disciplinary learning innovation
    Author: Holtham C.W.
    Co-authors: Allan Owens
  21. Learning at City Conference. (Conference) London (2010).
    Paper: Personal and Career Options: embedding reflection within the academic curriculum
    Author: Holtham C.W.
    Co-authors: Douthwaite, Sue; Dove, Angela; Lee, Hee Yu; Palmer, Paul
  22. EDINEB Conference. (Conference) London (2010).
    Paper: Developing an innovative informal learning capability for sector-wide management education
    Author: Holtham C.W.
    Co-authors: Martin Rich
  23. Learning in Higher Education 10. (Conference) Greece (2010). Chair.
  24. BMAF Conference 2010, Assessment and Assessment Standards: Challenges for Business Education. (Conference) Newcastle (2010).
    Paper: Authentic assignments versus project based activity assignments – A comparison
    Author: Holtham C.W
    Co-authors: Ann Brown and Martin Rich
  25. UK Academy of Information Systems Conference. (Conference) University of Oxford (2010).
    Paper: Five Dimensions for Exploiting Technology Intelligently
    Author: Nigel Courtney
    Co-authors: Nigel Courtney
  26. EGOS. (Conference) Lisbon (2010).
    Paper: Slow Knowledge Work – Designing Space and Learning
    Author: Holtham C.W.
    Co-authors: Victoria Ward and Allan Owens
  27. Creative Economy and Beyond (CEB) International Conference on the Creative Economy. (Conference) Helsinki, Finland (2009).
    Paper: Creativity and higher education: developing an institution-wide perspective, then implementing it
    Author: Holtham C.W.
  28. Workshop on Information Spaces for Creative Conversations, Human Computer Interface Conference. (Workshop) Cambridge (2009). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Spaces For Creativity – Interweaving the Physical and the Virtual
    Author: Holtham C.W.
  29. EOGS. (Conference) Barcelona (2009).
    Paper: Organisational creativity: building a business ba-haus?
    Author: Holtham C.W.
    Co-authors: Andy Wilkins
  30. DIVERSE Conference. (Conference) Aberystwyth (2009).
    Paper: Achieving the potential of web-conferencing: lessons from media synchronicity theory
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Courtney, Nigel
  31. 8th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies (ECRM 2009). (Conference) Valetta, Malta (2009).
    Paper: Research Methods – A Case Example of Participant Observation
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Iacono, Jessica; Brown, Ann
  32. Learning in Higher Education 09. (Conference) Greece (2009). Chair.
  33. National Teaching Fellows Symposium. (Conference) Leeds (2009). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Creativity in Higher Education
    Author: Holtham C.W
    Co-authors: Kirsten Hardie
  34. BMAF Conference 2009, Engaging Employers. (Workshop) Cardiff (2009). Invited speaker.
    Paper: The Impact of Diversity and Enrichment of Feedback to Enhance a Key Lifelong Managerial Capability
    Author: Holtham C.W.
    Co-authors: Ann Brown and Martin Rich
  35. IDA Conference. (Conference) London (2009).
    Paper: Wayfinding in multiple dimensions: a web case study
    Author: Holtham C.W.
    Co-authors: Mark Barratt
  36. Inqbate CETL Workshop. (Workshop) Brighton (2009). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Limits on the business applications of arts practices
    Author: Holtham C
  37. eLearning Web 2.0 Conference. (Conference) Brunel University, Uxbridge (2009). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Blending web 1.0 and web 2.0 instructional resources: experience from a web-based informal learning system
    Author: Holtham C.W.
    Co-authors: Martin Rich
  38. Out of the Studio Conference; Art, Design Media Subject Centre. (Conference) Arts Institute Bournemouth (2008). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Learning by Design
    Author: Holtham C
  39. Art of Management IV Conference. (Conference) Banff, Alberta (2008).
    Paper: Innovative reporting on professional reflection-in-action: drawing on methods with origins in the fine arts
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Owens, Allan
  40. Art of Management IV Conference. (Conference) Banff, Alberta (2008).
    Paper: Can artful inquiry ever play more than a minor role in formal management education?
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Sims, David; Lampel, Joe; Owens, Allan
  41. British Educational Research Association (BERA). Edinburgh (2008).
    Paper: M level Inquiry Across Disciplinary Boundaries: Using Reflective Sketchbooks
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Owens, Allan; Bogdanova, Mariana
  42. European Institute for the Advanced Study of Management (EIASM) Workshop, “Imagining Business; Reflecting on the visual power of management, organising and governing practices”. (Conference) Said Business School, University of Oxford (2008).
    Paper: Visual imagination in professional development
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Owens, Allan; Bogdanova, Mariana;Holtham, Susan
  43. Narrative Practitioner Conference. (Conference) Wrexham (2008).
    Paper: Narrative at the heart of reflective professional development
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Owens, Allan
  44. EDINEB Conference. (Conference) Malaga (2008).
    Paper: Designing an informal learning network for management development: a contradiction in terms
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Rich, Martin
  45. EDINEB Conference. (Conference) Malaga (2008).
    Paper: The transition from transmissive to constructivist learning for management undergraduates
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Brown, Ann
  46. Learning in Higher Education 08. (Conference) Greece (2008). Chair.
  47. Space, Performance and Pedagogy Symposium, CAPITAL (Creativity and Performance in Teaching and Learning) Centre. (Conference) Warwick University (2008).
    Paper: Spaces and performance transcending professional pedagogies
    Author: Holtham C
  48. London SOTL Conference. (Conference) London (2008).
    Paper: Approaches to high engagement learning
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Wiertz, Caroline; Palmer, Paul
  49. London SOTL Conference. (Conference) London (2008).
    Paper: Millennial students, non-formal learning, and the first year experience
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Rich, Martin; Brown, Ann
  50. BMAF Conference 2008, The Learning and Teaching Agenda in the UK: National Perspectives but Common Concerns? (Conference) Edinburgh (2008).
    Paper: Lessons From A Major Project to Enhance the Quality of UK Business Education
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Rich, Martin
  51. BMAF Conference 2008, The Learning and Teaching Agenda in the UK: National Perspectives but Common Concerns? (Conference) Edinburgh (2008).
    Paper: High Engagement First Year Transition Through an Integrating Module on Management
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Brown, Ann
  52. TENCompetence Conference. (Conference) Madrid (2008).
    Paper: Developing the architecture of a large-scale informal e-learning network
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Rich, Martin
  53. - British Computer Society Grand Challenge Workshop on Lifelong Learning. (Workshop) British Computer Society, London (2008).
    Paper: Learning outside formal educational settings
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Rich, M
  54. University of Brighton Conference. (Public lecture) Brighton (2007). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Making Space for Learning
    Author: Holtham C
  55. DIVERSE. (Conference) Lillehammer, Norway (2007).
    Paper: The application of video for informal learning in management education: staff and student experiences
    Author: Holtham C
  56. Qube Final Conference. (Conference) London (2007). Chair and Organising Committee.
  57. 4th Metaphorum Conference. (Conference) University of St Gallen (2007).
    Paper: Radical Change in Management Education - where the full impact of Stafford Beer may yet take place
    Author: Holtham C
  58. Higher Education Academy FDTL Conference. (Conference) Bristol (2007).
    Paper: The QUBE Project
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Courtney, Nigel
  59. The Turn to Aesthetics Conference. (Conference) Liverpool (2007).
    Paper: Exhibiting professional creativity through collections
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Owens, Allan
  60. The Turn to Aesthetics Conference. (Conference) Liverpool (2007).
    Paper: The dérive: supporting scholarly collaboration across wide disciplinary boundaries
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Owens, Allan
  61. Shock of the Old 2007: Shock of the Social. (Conference) Said Business School, Oxford (2007).
    Paper: Successful Web 2.0 in higher education - the importance of information design
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Courtney, Nigel; Barratt, Mark
  62. International Conference on Design Principles and Practices. (Conference) Imperial College, London (2007).
    Paper: Enhancing professional learning through sketchbooks: cases from business, theatre and education
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Owens, Allan; Roberts, Tim; Rogers, Angela
  63. Multinode_Metagame, Art Installation, ZKM. (Conference) Karlsruhe (2006). Organising Committee.
  64. Art and Management III Conference. Krakow (2006).
    Paper: Can artful inquiry help investigate the mystery of management?
    Co-authors: Joseph Lampel and David Sims
  65. Higher Education Academy Annual Conference. Nottingham (2006).
    Paper: High-engagement learning for business education
    Co-authors: Nigel Courtney
  66. Integrating for Excellence Conference. Sheffield (2006).
    Paper: Excellence in Management Education: Innovating in Response to Rapid Change
    Co-authors: Nigel Courtney
  67. New perspectives in learning in the professions. London (2006).
    Paper: Applying perspectives from the arts as a route to gaining insights into management problem solving
    Co-authors: David Sims; Joseph Lampel; Allan Owens
  68. Realising Benefits from Investment in Document and Records Management Conference. London (2006).
    Paper: Relationships between physical space and virtual work: analogue and digital worlds
  69. Digital Transformations in the Information Society Conference, London Business School/International Telecommunications Union. Geneva (2006).
    Paper: Balancing technology, business processes and skills – key determinants of firm-level information systems success?”
    Co-authors: Nigel Courtney; Doug Stace
  70. EURAM 2006 Conference. Oslo (2006).
    Paper: Mapping innovative practice in management education
    Co-authors: Nigel Courtney
  71. 6th Annual International Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. London (2006).
    Paper: Individuality and identity: students’ responses to learning alone and learning collaboratively
    Co-authors: Martin Rich
  72. International Conference on Design Principles and Practices (5/2006-2/2007). (Conference) Imperial College, London (2006). Organising Committee.
  73. DIVERSE 2007 (Developing Innovative Video Resources for (5/2006-6/2007). (Conference) Lillehammer (2006). Organising Committee.
  74. Business, Management, Accounting and Finance Subject Centre Annual Conference. Oxford (2006).
    Paper: Evaluating teaching and learning methods in management education
    Co-authors: Roger Putzel
  75. Business, Management, Accounting and Finance Subject Centre Annual Conference. Oxford (2006).
    Paper: Information Architectures for Quality Management in UK Business Education
    Co-authors: Nigel Courtney, Mark Barratt
  76. International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities (OLKC 2006). Warwick University Business School (2006).
    Paper: Enhancing management knowledge through extra-rational theatrical tools: beyond consensus of theatrics to dissensus of dialogue
    Co-authors: Allan Owens
  77. Association of Business Schools Annual Conference. (Workshop) Grantham (2006).
    Paper: The Deans Dilemma
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Courtney, Nigel
  78. Higher Education Academy Annual Conference. (Conference) Nottingham (2006).
    Paper: High-Engagement Learning for Management Education
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Courtney, Nigel
  79. EDINEB. (Conference) Lisbon (2006).
    Paper: Information Architectures for Quality Management: A UK Case Study
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: Nigel Courtney, Mark Barratt
  80. COPADD 2006. (Conference) Banff, Canada (2006). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Impacts of analogue and digital documents on collaborative processes in professional education and training
    Author: Holtham C
    Co-authors: et al
  81. Management Education Track, EURAM (1/2006-6/2006). (Conference) Oslo (2006). Chair.
  82. European Union E-Challenges Conference. Ljubljana, Slovenia (2005).
    Paper: Collaborative learning between universities in eight countries on innovation in management education
    Co-authors: Courtney, Nigel
  83. SAGSET Conference. Portsmouth (2005).
    Paper: Simulation in its place: business war-rooms to enhance management learning
    Co-authors: Brady, Chris; Lampel, Joseph; Rich, Martin
  84. 12th EDINEB International Conference on Innovating the Dynamics of Organizing Learning in Business and Business Education. Antwerp (2005).
    Paper: Building Communities and Building Knowledge within a Business School
    Co-authors: Rich, Martin
  85. National Teaching Fellows Conference. Nottingham (2005).
    Paper: Barriers to innovation in management education – an international perspective
    Co-authors: Courtney, Nigel
  86. BEST Conference. London (2005).
    Paper: Creating a 21st Century Management Education Environment: Practising the Rules of the Game
  87. UK Academy for Information Systems Conference. Newcastle (2005).
    Paper: IS implementation and IT-enabled Organizational Change in the Eastern Caribbean Tourism Sector
    Co-authors: Bertin, Cletus
  88. Society for Teaching and Learning In Higher Education Canada Annual Conference. University of Prince Edward Island (2005).
    Paper: Transitional Objects; not only for infants, but also for adult learning
    Co-authors: Anderson, Viv; Courtney, Nigel;Turner-Bisset, Rosie
  89. Second International Forum of Teacher-Scholars: Towards a framework for quality assurance for teaching and learning. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada (2005).
    Paper: Teaching and Learning Champions: An Institutional Perspective from the UK
  90. International Simulation and Gaming Association. Atlanta (2005).
    Paper: 21st Century Professional Management Education: Learning, Simulation, Emulation and Games
    Co-authors: Brady, Chris and Melville, Rob
  91. DIVERSE Fifth Conference on Video and Videoconferencing in Higher Education. Vanderbilt University, TN (2005).
    Paper: Video should be making a broader impact on higher education: so what needs to be done?”
    Co-authors: Childs, Mark and Knudsen, Claus
  92. 5th Annual International Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. London (2005).
    Paper: Designing Student Teams in Professional Education: Experiences from a Management Programme
    Co-authors: Sodhi, Manmohan S.
  93. European Conference on Research Methods in Business & Management, Various(1/2005-12/2012). (Conference) Various (2005). Organising Committee.
  94. EGOS Workshop, Drawing on Organization Studies to Design, Manage and Organize Education. Ljubjlana, Slovenia (2004).
    Paper: The organizational jigsaw: opportunities for collaborative learning
    Co-authors: Ajay Bhalla
  95. European E-portfolio Conference. London (2004).
    Paper: E-Portfolios to create learing diversity
    Co-authors: Rob Melville
  96. 25th McMaster World Congress, Management of Intellectual Capital. Hamilton, Canada (2004).
    Paper: Approaches to national standardisation in knowledge management
    Co-authors: Russell, Giles; Collins, Patrick; Davey, Peter; Alam, Raf; Tamworth, Richard
  97. European Commission E-challenges Conference. Bologna (2003).
    Paper: Executive Learning: the evolution of effective e-learning architectures
    Co-authors: Nigel Courtney
  98. Educational Innovation in Economics and Business (EDINEB 2003). Salzburg (2003).
    Paper: How far can business war-rooms provide an effective environment for management learning?
    Co-authors: Joseph Lampel, Chris Brady and Martin Rich
  99. 'In search of time' conference. Palermo (2003).
    Paper: Slow Knowledge: uses of the postcard in re-forming organisational time, place and meaning
    Co-authors: Colton, Stephanie; Dove, Angela; Ward, Victoria
  100. Organisational Knowledge, Learning and Competencies Conference. Barcelona (2003).
    Paper: People and patterns: a case study of the relationship between risk management and knowledge management in financial services
    Co-authors: Martin, Ian; Prior, Aidan; Ward, Victoria
  101. World Conference on Intangibles and Intellectual Capital. McMaster University, Ontario (2003).
    Paper: Measurement and Reporting of Intangibles: a European Policy Perspective
    Co-authors: Youngman, Richard
  102. BEST 2003 Conference. Brighton (2003).
    Paper: Information literacy for starting MBA's: issues and dynamics
    Co-authors: Brown, Ann and Rich, Martin
  103. Educational Innovation in Economics and Business (EDINEB 2002). Guadalajara (2002).
    Paper: Making space for twenty first century management learning
    Co-authors: Rich, Martin
  104. Organisational Knowledge, Learning and Competencies Conference. Athens (2002).
    Paper: Slow knowledge: the importance of tempo in debriefing and in individual learning
    Co-authors: Ward, Victoria and Bohn, Maike
  105. Second Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL 2002). London (2002).
    Paper: Business Information Systems: A multi-disciplinary perspective on the scholarship of teaching and learning
    Co-authors: Rich, Martin and Murphy, Ciaran
  106. ACM Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW) 2002 Workshop: Public, Community and Situated Displays: Design, Use and Interactions around shared information displays. New Orleans (2002).
    Paper: Shared Information Displays in Management Learning: lessons from experience and experiment
    Co-authors: Colton, Stephanie; Dove, Angela; Lampel, Joseph; Ward, Victoria
  107. Spacing and Timing Conference. Palermo (2001).
    Paper: Slow Company ? how procrastination and delay improves the quality of knowledge, collaboration and understanding
    Co-authors: Ward, Victoria and Bohn, Maike
  108. DIVERSE First Conference on Video and Videoconferencing in Higher Education. Derby (2001).
    Paper: In-office Videoconferencing: New Opportunities, New Skills
    Co-authors: Knudsen, Claus
  109. Report of The European High Level Expert Group on the Intangible Economy, DG Enterprise. Brussels (2001).
    Paper: The Intangible Economy Impact And Policy Issues
    Co-authors: Eustace, Clark; Holtham Clive (eds)
  110. Information Management 2001. Olympia, London (2001).
    Paper: Back To The Future: Learning from the Past
  111. European Knowledge Management Conference. Brussels (2001).
    Paper: Designing Knowledge Environments that work
  112. Business Intelligence 2001 Europe. Paris (2001).
    Paper: How to successfully exploit business intelligence to manage business
  113. Proceedings of the Knowledge Management 2000 Conference. London (2000).
    Paper: Creating Learning Communities Online
  114. EFMD External Relations Seminar. EADA Business School, Barcelona (2000).
    Paper: Transformation through technology: learning with our customers
  115. Bull Information Systems, London (1999).
    Paper: Preface to Morals for robots and cyborgs: ethics, society and public policy in the age of autonomous intelligent machines by Perri 6
  116. The outcomes and implications of using groupware and shared innovative practices across universities to support accelerated learning by undergraduate students. (Working Paper). (1998).
    Co-authors: Tiwari, Ashok
  117. (1998).
    Paper: Paper Final Report: The Business Facilitation System: A DTI/EPSRC Computer Supported Collaborative Work Research Project, Reference: GR/J94884, 1993-1997
  118. Unicom Conference. London (1998).
    Paper: Applied Knowledge Management
    Co-authors: Courtney, Nigel
  119. Knowledge Management 98 Conference Proceedings, Learned Information. Oxford (1998).
    Paper: Knowledge Management and Culture
  120. Proceedings of Online 97, Learned Information. Oxford (1997).
    Paper: Will business knowledge management survive until the twenty first century?
  121. European Business Process and Workflow Conference. Amsterdam (1996).
    Paper: The Information Fabric: How the business process sits alongside the information infrastructure for organisational and personal learning in times of radical change
  122. Black Forest Group, San Francisco (1995).
    Paper: Applying group technologies to support organisational change - theory and practice
  123. Presentation EIS and OLAP Conference. London (1995).
    Paper: Executives, Information and Technology: Keynote
  124. Executive Systems Research Centre Working Paper. University College, Cork (1995).
    Paper: The Business Potential of Groupware

Media Appearances (30)

  1. More room for big data. (2014) The Times (newspaper).
  2. School culture big data experts. (2013) tophr.net (website).
  3. School culture big data experts. (2013) ftchinese.com (website).
  4. the city Walking Bazaar,motiroti. (2013) Arts Jobs.org.uk (website).
  5. Soft skills needed for hard times. (2013) The Times (newspaper).
  6. Learning on the job works best. (2011) Ft.com (website).
  7. Building the future of modern business education today. (2011) www.independent.co.uk (website).
  8. Amazon fights the iPad with fire. (2011) Sunday Times (newspaper).
  9. Make sure you are the centre of attention when presenting. (2010) City AM (newspaper).
  10. Log on to a brave new world of education. (2010) The Independent (newspaper).
  11. Log on to a brave new world of education. (2010) www.independent.co.uk (website).
  12. Short but Tweet: how colleges keep all their students informed. (2010) Times (newspaper).
  13. Learning gets personal as blogs take off. (2009) Times (newspaper).
  14. Learning gets futuristic as schools connect with web 2.0. (2009) City AM (newspaper).
  15. Trading aces. (2009) Guardian (newspaper).
  16. Making IT deliver. (2008) Computing Business.
  17. HE learning gets a boost. (2008) Av Magazine (magazine).
  18. Distance learning boosted by downturn. (2008) Financial Times (newspaper).
  19. Distance learning boosted by downturn. (2008) Ft.com (website).
  20. Sir Tim Berners-Lee heads Intel's list of most influential technologists. (2008) www.hexus.net (website).
  21. Joining up means you don't feel left out. (2007) Guardian (newspaper).
  22. Joining up means you don't feel left out. (2007) www.guardian.co.uk (website).
  23. The Apprentice. (2007) BBC Radio 4 (radio).
  24. Turn on, tu ne in, and learn. (2007) Financial Times (newspaper).
  25. The Virtual Classroom. (2007) The Independent (newspaper).
  26. The remote classroom. (2007) Marketing.
  27. 2nd chance for a second life. (2007) www.computerweekly.com (website).
  28. WIKI at work. (2007) Management Today.
  29. Bowing to a shift in attitudes. (2006) Times (newspaper).
  30. Edison's idea set the ball rolling. (2006) Times (newspaper).