Professor David Corkindale
|Position:||Professor of Marketing Management|
|Division/Portfolio:||University of South Australia Business School|
|School/Unit:||International Graduate School Of Business|
|Campus:||City West Campus|
|Telephone:||+61 8 830 20322|
|Fax:||+61 8 830 20709|
|URL for Business Card:||http://people.unisa.edu.au/David.Corkindale|
Dr. Corkindale worked in business development and research positions in the Pharmaceutical and Engineering Industries in the UK after gaining his MBA/Business Masters degree from Cranfield and became an advertising research executive for the largest Adverising Agency in London, at the time, J Walter Thompson.
While gaining his PhD he joined the academic staff of the Cranfield School of Management where he was Director for six years of a major, totally industry-funded Advertising Research Centre, taught Marketing on the MBA and many Executive Development courses around Europe and was, later, Associate Director of the full-time MBA program. He has been an Associate Professor of Marketing at The University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.
At the University of SA he has held a number of posts including the Head of the Elton Mayo School of Management, Chair of the Business Division's Research Degrees Committee and lead the marketing discipline which culminated in the establishment of the School of Marketing and its Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science.
He is now responsible for the marketing discipline in the MBA Program at UniSA. His consultancy and research work includes the role Marketing in the commercialisation of innovations and the the marketing implications of online patterns of consumer behaviour. He was awarded a Flagship Fellowship by the CSIRO to work on new technology commercialisation.
He was a founding Board member and Secretary of the Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy. He founded and was Chair of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Wine Marketing and is on the Editorial Board of several other Journals. He has published five books, many papers in top tier international scholarly journals and regularly contributes to professional marketing and business magazines.
- The Commercialisation and Marketing of New Technologies. .
- The Role and organisation of Marketing Management in various types of businesses and enterprises
- The patterns of consumer behaviour online; factors that influence response to online advertisements
|BUSS 5245||Creative and Accountable Marketing|
|BUSS 5264||Management Research: Design, Methodologies and Practice|
|BUSS 5208||Contemporary Issues in Strategic Marketing|
Founding Board Member and Secretary of The Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy; Australian Marketing Institute- past SA Council Member and Marketing Week deputy Chair. Board member of a major Arts Body. The Market Research Society of Australia - past Chair, Education Committee.
PhD ( Marketing) Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University, UK; MSc/MBA ( Operational Research) Cranfield, UK; BSc.(Hons) Durham Univerisity, UK; International Teachers ( of Management) Program Certificate, CESA, France.
- The Commercialisation and Marketing of New Technologies; the Adoption and Diffusion of Innovations and of new technology. Patterns of website visiting behaviour; factors that influence the response to online search advertisements.
My writing has appeared in a range of sources from Research Textbooks, Teaching Textbooks, learned Journals and through to Business periodicals including the Economist magazine and The Australian. I have published five books including some based upon my major research and I continue to publish in International learned journals including those that have been classified as Tier A* and A in Australia. A small sample of these appear below:
JOURNALS: Advertising Effects on the Sale of Wool. OMEGA, Vol. 5, 2. December, 1974, with N.R. Barnard; Queuing Theory in the Solution to a Transport Evaluation Problem, Operational Research Quarterly, Vol. 26, 2. June 1974.(This won the OR Society President's inaugural Medal for Best paper in the Journal); Setting Objectives for Advertising. European Journal of Marketing, Vol. 10, 3. 1976. Thresholds and Wearout in Advertisng. European Journal of Marketing. Vol 12, 2. 1978, with J.R. Newell. Forecasting the response to coupon promotions. ADMAP. Vol. 14, 7, July 1978. Measuring the Sales Effectiveness of Advertising: the role of an ADLAB in the UK. Journal of the Market Research Society. Vol. 26, 1. 1984. Improving new technology commercialisation - exploring the barriers to codevelopment. International Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 1, No 4., 1998, with M.R. Neale. Co-developing products: involving customers earlier and more deeply. Long Range Planning. Vol. 31, No. 3, (June) 1998, with N.R. Neale. Differences in cultural values and their effects on responses to marketing stimuli: a cross-cultural study of Australians and Chinese in the PRC., European Journal of Marketing, Vol. 32, 9/10, 1998, with A.C.T. Lowe. GM Foods – the way forward? AgBioForum, Vol. 5, 3, 113-121, 2003. with P. Phillips. Behavioural versus Demographic Predictors of Early Adoption: a critical analysis and comparative test. The Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice. Summer 2003, Vol. 11, No. 3, 2003, with H. McDonald & B. Sharp. High Pressure Processing is for SMEs. Food Engineering and Ingredients. 2006. Vol. 78, 1. Corkindale, D.R.,Ward, H & McKinnon, R. The low adoption of pharmacogenetic testing in Australia – an exploratory study of the reasons. Personalised Medicine,2007. 4, 2. with H. Ward and R. McKinnon. Towards an understanding of the behavioral intention to use online news services: an exploratory study.2008. J. of Internet Research, 18, 3, pp. 286-312, with H.Chen. Are experts better than potential users in predicting the uptake of an innovation? Extending the use of the Juster Scale. Technological Forecasting & Social Change. 2009. Vol. 76 (July), pp. 910-916, with M. Faulkener. Corkindale, D.R. (2009) Are Marketers only half right? The Marketing Review, 9, 1. Corkindale, D.R. (2010). Devising and Using a business model for commercialising new technology. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management. 7, 1. p 1-15. Corkindale, D. R. (2011) Discovering How Brands Grow. The Marketing Review, 11, 4, 337-345. Ram, J., Corkindale, D.R. & Wu, M-L. (2014) Enterprise resource planning adoption: structural equation modelling analysis of antecedents. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 54, 1 (accepted; publication Fall 2014) Ram, J., Corkindale, D., Wu, M.-L. Examining role of system quality in ERP projects. Industrial Management & Data System, 113(3) (Forthcoming) Ram, J., Corkindale, D., Wu, M.-L. (2013) Implementation Critical Success Factors (CSFs) for ERP: Do they contribute to implementation success and post-implementation performance? International Journal of Production Economics, 144(1), pp.157-174 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpe.2013.01.032
I am able to provide media comment in the following areas of expertise:
- The Marketing of New Technology
- Market Research
- New Products
- Marketing/Business Strategy
|Organisation Name:||State Theatre of South Australia|
|Type of Organisation:||Government Board or committee|
|Level of involvement:||Member of Board of Governors|
|Organisation Name:||Mission SA|
|Section:||Business Advisory Board|
|Type of Organisation:||Community organisation|
|Level of involvement:||Consultant / advisor|
|Organisation Name:||National Tertiary Education Union|
|Type of Organisation:||Professional organisation|
|Level of involvement:||President, Vice President, Committee member|
|Organisation Name:||Unley Concert Band|
|Type of Organisation:||Community organisation|
|Level of involvement:||President & Chair of the Excecutive Committee|
My field of research is primarily the role and practice of marketing in the commercialisation of new technologies and this includes seeking to understand how the many factors influence the uptake, or otherwise, of innovations. More recently I have undertaken studies that explore consumer behavior online and the factors that influence to advertisements that appear on search engine results pages.
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