Dr Endrit Kromidha is a Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. His interest is on strategic information systems for businesses and public sector, new venture project management and financing, policies for start-ups and business innovation exchanges, sustainability, e-learning and ICT for development. Endrit is currently researching on the potential of online crowd-funding platforms in driving innovation, and on the impact of major events such as London Olympics 2012 on sustainable entrepreneurship.
Endrit is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), a member of the British Academy of Management, an associate member of the British Academy of Higher Education, and a Fellow of the Centre for Distance Education, University of London International Programmes. In 2011 Endrit was awarded the Royal Holloway Postgraduate Teaching Commendation for his contribution in peer-to-peer online collaboration, argumentation structure and specific-general combined feedback for distance teaching and academic tutorship.
IFIP WG 9.4 Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries
19th May 2013, 11:00am at Sunset Jamaica Grande
Lean e-integration for development: The case of the National Licensing Center in Albania
8th December 2013, 11:00am at University of Cape Town
Institutional approaches and strategies of control and collaboration in e-government projects
21st May 2015, 11:00am at IFIP 9.4 2015
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