Members of Faculty
Dr. Joseph K. Adjei is a Senior Lecturer at School of Technology, GIMPA. Joseph holds a PhD in Information Systems from Aalborg University, Denmark, and MSc in Advanced Information
Technology from LSBU, UK. He is a fellow of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. Joseph has taught various undergraduate and masters programmes including Information Systems Management, Business Process Reengineering, Electronic Business, IT Project Management, Accounting Information Systems and IT Audit. He has also supervised many MPhil and MSc theses, and has reviewed a number of journal and conference papers. His research focuses on Trusted Digital Identity Management Systems, Privacy on the Cloud and Social Media, and Effective adoption of Mobile Financial Services. His research activities have been published in reputable journals and conference proceedings. Joseph is currently the Acting Dean of School of Technology, GIMPA.
PhD: LSE, University of London, UK, 2005
MSc: LSE, University of London, UK, 2002
BSc: KNUST, Ghana, 2000
Information systems management, the use of information systems for controlling and coordinating distributed activities, global software development, mobile computing and interaction, and activity-theoretical modelling of information systems.
PhD Information Technology, Aalborg University, Copenhagen (2014)
MSc in Computer and Communications Network Services and Systems, KTH-Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden (2009)
BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, KNUST (2003)
PhD in Applied Mathematics, KNUST, Ghana (2014)
MPhil in Applied Mathematics, KNUST, Ghana (2012)
BSc (Hons) Mathematics, KNUST, Ghana (2009)
University of Ghana – PhD Candidate
South China University of Technology – Msc Software Engineering
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology – Bsc Computer Science
Felicia holds an Msc in Software Engineering from the South China University of Technology. She has interest in Wireless Sensor Networks and currently is researching into the techniques to prolong the lifetime of Sensor Nodes. Techniques include Wireless Energy Transfer, Energy Harvesting in Sensor Network Applications and Energy Conservation Methods. She is also interested in WSN applications such as Precision Agriculture and Body Sensor Networks.
Kwasi Boakye-Boateng has an Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He also has a Master of Philosophy degree in Computer Engineering from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
He has over 5 years experience in the telecommunications industry. Before becoming a lecturer at GIMPA in 2014, he worked as an engineer at Tigo Ghana (now AirtelTigo) and worked on major projects like TigoCash, Customer Care-Line, VoiceSMS (now InstaVoice) and 3G.
He lectures Programming Fundamentals, Object-Oriented Programming, Programming in Assembly Language, Computer Organization and Architecture, Web Technologies for Computer Bachelor of Science in Information and Communications Technology and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science courses.
Currently researching in the area of Wireless Sensor Networks, Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks, Internet-of-Things and Fog Computing .
He is also a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).
MPhil in Management Information Systems Univ. of Ghana, Legon (2013)
BEd. in Information Technology, Univ. of Education, Winneba. (2009)
I am currently a doctoral researcher in Information Systems at the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS). Before now, I graduated with an MPhil degree in Management Information Systems
from UGBS in 2013, and a B.Ed Information Technology in 2009. Since 2010, I have been interested in two main domains. The first is the relationship between information systems and individuals,
organisations and the general society. The second is the teaching and learning of information systems. These interest domains have been the foundation of my research endeavours which have
resulted in several refereed journal articles, book chapters, and AIS-affiliated conference articles. I have also been involved in research projects funded by the UNDP and Microsoft. My current doctoral thesis which seeks to explain the impact of digital platforms on individuals and society is the beginning of a research programme on the digital economy of the global South.
Published Journal Articles
1. Budu, J. (2018). Applying Agile Principles in Teaching IT Project Management. International Journal of Information Communication Technology and Education, 11(3), accepted
2. Budu, J. (2018). What Makes Learners Share Feedback or Not in an Online Community for Education. International Journal of Information Communication Technology and Education, 11(2), 48-59
3. Budu, J., and Boateng, R. (2015). Mobile Service Capabilities: evidence from a Ghanaian Mobile Service Provider. International Journal of E-Services and Mobile Applications, 7(3), 1-17.
4. Boateng, R., Budu, J. and Okai, S. (2012). E-commerce Capabilities of a Ghanaian Used Car Retailer, Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, 2(1), 1-13.
5. Boateng. R., Longe, O., Isabalija, R.S. and Budu, J. (2011). ‘SAKAWA’ – The Forms of Cyber Crime in Ghana, Journal of Information Technology Impact, 11(2), 85-100.
Referenced Book Chapters
1. Budu, J., and Boateng, R. (2016) How Ghanaian Mobile Service Providers Create Services. In Boateng, R. (Ed.), Choices, Chances and Changes, CreateSpace, Charleston
2. Budu, J., and Boateng, R. (2014) Dominant Issues and Conceptual Approaches to Mobile Business Research from 2005 – 2013 (Chapter 2). In J. Wei (Ed.), Mobile Electronic Commerce: Foundations, Development and Applications (2014), Taylor and Francis.
Conference Papers and Working Papers
1. Budu, J. and Boateng, R. (2017). Explaining the Development, Growth and Impact of Digital Platforms in Ghana. International Science, Technology, Education, Arts, Management & Social
Sciences (iSTEAMS) Cross-Border Multidisciplinary Conference Doctoral Consortium. Accra, Ghana
2. Budu, J. and Agyeman, O. (2015). Experiences of a Lecturer in Teaching IT Project Management. International Conference on Education, Development and Innovation (INCEDI 2015), August 27 – 28, Tang Palace Hotel, Accra, Ghana: Methodist University College
3. Budu, J. and Boateng, R. (2013). Dominant Issues and Conceptual Approaches in Mobile Business Research From 2005-2012. International Conference on Mobile Business (ICMB 2013). Paper 4. http://aisel.aisnet.org/icmb2013/4
4. Budu, J. and Boateng, R. (2011) Clicking the Next Leader, Conference Paper- Proceedings of the Africa Digital Week, July 25-29, Accra, Ghana: African Institute of Development Informatics
and Policy. Accessible at www.africadigitalweek.com
5. Boateng, R. Aimasso, S. and Budu, J. (2011). A Framework for Localisation of Free and Open Source Software for Developing Countries, In Book of Proceedings of ICT for Africa 2011. March
23-26, Covenant University, Nigeria: International Centre of ICT and Development, Baton Rouge, USA.
MSc in Information Management & Finance, University of Westminster, UK (2006)
PG Dip in Management Studies, London School of Management (2005)
BSc in Computer Science, KNUST (2001)
BSC Computer Science and Statistics University of Ghana
MSc Information and Communications Technology, GIMPA
MPhil Information and Communications Technologey, GIMPA
Technology Forecasting, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence.
MSc Information Technology (Software Engineering), Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland (2012).
BBA Information Technology (2008), Helia University of Business and Applied Sciences, Finland (2000).
MPhil in Computer Engineering, KNUST, Ghana (2012)
BSc in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, KNUST, Ghana (2008)
MPhil in Management Information Systems, GIMPA, Ghana (2015)
BSc in Physics, KNUST, Ghana (2009)
MPhil in Management Information Systems, GIMPA, Ghana (2015)
MSc in Management Information Systems, GIMPA, Ghana (2014)
BSc (Hons) in Planning, KNUST, Ghana (2009)
Information Security, Web Technologies, Human-Computer Interaction, Computing Ethics
MSc Advanced Computer Networking, Glasgow Caledonian University (2012)
BSc Computer Science, KNUST (2009)
MPhil in Crop Science (1992). Univ. of Ghana, Legon
MBA in Finance (2001). University of North Texas,
MBA in Accounting (2003). University of North Texas, USA
BSc (Hons) in Agriculture and Diploma in Education (1981). University of Cape Coast, Ghana
BA Political Science and Study of Religions, University of Ghana, Ghana (2003).
BSc Psychology with Linguistics, University of Ghana, Ghana
Diploma in Business Studies, Accra Polytechnic, Ghana