Curriculum Vitae:

Introduction

Professional Activities

Teaching Experiences at University Level

Academic Memberships

Honors and Awards

Service to the Research Community

EU Projects

Introduction:

Name:

Mrs. Helle Zinner Henriksen.

Birthplace:

Jutland, Denmark 1963.

Citizenship:

Danish.

Civil status:

Married to Mr. Erik Henriksen, 1994.

Helle Zinner Henriksen did her Ph.D. at the Center for Electronic Commerce, at Department of Informatics, Copenhagen Business School with associate professor Kim Viborg Andersen as supervisor. The committee for the oral Ph.D. defence was: Professor Karlheinz Kautz (head of committee), Professor Paula Swatmann, and Professor Kalle Lyytinen. The Ph.D. project is titled: Performance, Pressures, and Politics: Motivators for Adoption of Interorganizational Information Systems.
Mrs. Helle Zinner Henriksen has a degree in Law (University of Copenhagen, 1995), Her research interests include: digital government, adoption and diffusion of IS/IT, regulation of IT.

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Professional Activities:

October 2009-

Programme Director for HA(it), BA(im), CM(it), CBS.

October 2008-August 2009

Head of Center for Applied ICT (CAICT), CBS.

June 2008

IFDP in Barcelona (International faculty development programme).

2007-

Associate professor at Center for Applied ICT (CAICT), CBS.

2006-2007

Associate professor at Department of Informatics, CBS.

2002-2006

Assistant professor at Department of Informatics, CBS.

1999-2002

Ph.D. grant 2.3 million DKK (320,000 USD).

1998

Research assistant for professor Niels Bjørn-Andersen at Department of Informatics, CBS.

1996-1998

Teaching at Naestved Business College (high school level) in business law and IT-law.

1995

Project-work for the Engineers Union in Denmark (IDA).

1990-1995

Studying M.Sc. in Law at University of Copenhagen.

1985-1990

Working and travelling in Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia.

1983-1985

A-levels (studentereksamen), Akademisk Studenterkursus, Copenhagen.


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Teaching Experiences at University Level:

1998-2002

IT-University of Copenhagen (Cand.it). Teaching the course: "Tactical and Strategic Tools for E-Business".

2002-

Copenhagen Business School (Cand.merc.dat). Teaching the course: "Adoption and Diffusion of IT".

2002-

Copenhagen Business School, first year in the bachelor programme in Computer Science and Business Administration. Teaching the course: "Introduction to research methods".

2003-

Copenhagen Business School, second year in the bachelor programme in Computer Science and Business Administration. Teaching the course: "IT-innovation".

2005

Copenhagen Business School, MPA. Teaching the course: "E-governance - dialogue and involvement".

2005

Copenhagen Business School (Cand.merc.dat). Teaching the course: "Public Sector Process Rebuilding".


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Academic Memberships:

1998

Association of Information Systems (AIS).

1999

International Research Seminar in Scandinavia (IRIS).

2001

International Federation for Information Processing IFIP WG 8.6 on Transfer and Diffusion of Information Technology.

2004

International Federation for Information Processing, IFIP WG8.5 on Information Systems in Public Administration.

2005

eGovernment SIG in Association of Information Systems.


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Honors and Awards:

1998-2001

Ph.D. representative on the steering committee of the IRIS Association.

2002

Best paper award at the IRIS25 conference.

2006

Awarded the "Tietgen Gold medal" (DKK 100,000).

Carl Frederik Tietgen's gold medal

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Service to the Research Community:

Co-organizer for:

Reviewer at the following journals:

Reviewer at the following conferences:


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EU Projects:

COST A14:

A European research network on Government and Democracy in the Information Age; member of WG 5, "ICT Regulation and Control".
Description:
WG 5 has focused on the dynamic relationship between emerging ICTs and issues of regulation and control. One of the main questions dealt with is the question of how the adaption of institutional regimes affects the emergence of information and communication technologies.
Duration: 5 years, starting March 1998.

E-Factors:

A Thematic Network in E-Business Models. EU-project nr. IST-2001-34868.
Description: The purpose of the project is to investigate e-Business Models including components, taxonomies, methodologies for engineering and redesign, frameworks, and factors and guidelines for implementation and evaluation.
Duration: 18 months (2002-2003).

eBhutis:

EGovernance Bhutanese Information System.EU-project ASIE/2004/90311.
Description:The main objective of the project is to develop a standards based eGovernance information system to improve coordination amongst public and private sector stakeholders.
Duration: 18 months (2005-2006).

LeGov:

Strengthening Legislation to facilitate E-Governance in Punjab Government, Pakistan. EU-project ASIE/2004/090-425.
Description: The focus is on implementing relevant software tools and identifying improvements to structures and processes in order to improve the legislative and regulatory capacity of key departments to manage eGovernance initiatives in the provincial Government of Punjab in Pakistan.
Duration: 12 months (2005).

ITAIDE:

Information Technology for Adoption and Intelligent Design for e-Government.
Description: ITAIDE aims to integrate and strengthen European research for innovative government by enhancing service offerings and disseminating good governance practice through increased security and controls, while commensurately employing intelligent software tools to reduce administrative load burden.
Duration: 48 months (starting January 2006)

DEMO_net:

The Democracy Network.
Description: DEMO_net is an EC-funded project (6th Framework Programme) by leading European researchers to organise and develop a network of excellence in the strategic field of eParticipation. The overarching objective of DEMO_net is to strengthen scientific and technological research excellence in eParticipation by integrating the research capacities of individuals and organisations spread across Europe. The intention is to advance the way research is carried out with respect to quality, efficiency, innovation and impact to overcome the currently fragmented approach to eParticipation in this important European research area.
Duration: 48 months (starting January 2006).

eSangathan:

Description: eSangathan is a FP6 EU-funded project from the IST programme. It is a two-year project dedicated to the inclusion of the ageing workforce in the information society. Keeping workers longer in the labour market is becoming a major social and economical concern at European level due to the global ageing of the population.
Duration: 24 months (starting January 2007).

Mc-eGov:

Multi-channel e-governance.
Description:The goal of Mc-eGov is to provide a thorough analysis and assessment of the current state of the art of main actions at Member States level related to the Inclusive eGovernment area, including guideline principles and practice. Mc-eGov is a fourteen months project.
Duration:14 months (starting January 2008).


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