Associate Professor Carmen Reaiche has held a number of management positions where she has designed, programmed and supervised the implementation of project management systems and strategic plans for businesses like General Electric, Mobil, Centrelink and Business SA. Dr Reaiche holds an MBA from the Adelaide University and a PhD from the University of South Australia in the area of project management / soft systems self-organisation. Beyond her research successes (including more than fifty papers to date and others in preparation) Dr Reaiche has obtained several research grants and a wide range of cross-cultural teaching and supervisory experience (teaching and supervising research students in Australia, Venezuela, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Singapore and Malaysia). Her present research interests include project management, innovative systems, digital transformation, cross cultural leadership and social network aspects of business management models. Prior to joining the College of Business, Law and Governance at JCU she was the Associate Head (Teaching and Learning) in the Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre at the University of Adelaide.

Due to her diverse cultural background Carmen has also been engaged in various South Australian Spanish and Lebanese migration and cultural programs. In 1998 she was one of the key founders of the S.A Spanish Federation and managed several Government grants which resulted in the building of 2 nursing homes and a primary school in the S.A. Spanish Community. As a member of the Lebanese community, she holds a chair position in the S.A. Lebanese Women’s Association and volunteers in the S.A. Elder Abuse Prevention Association. Her community engagement and participation also includes a number of offshore projects. In November 2009 she became a member of and serves as an advisor to the UNESCO Lebanese Training Professionals Program which helps women from Arab countries. Since 2006 she has also been an active member of RES Foundation Australia Inc., where she sits on the Advisory Board. Among other aims, RES seeks to alleviate Bangladesh’s rural poverty through financial capability development and the empowerment of women.





  • Project Management
  • Complex Systems - Business Models
  • Policy Development - Digital Transformation

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  • Digital Health and the Australian Medical and Allied Health Workforce Readiness (froma Change Management/Digital Transformation Perspective) (Masters , Secondary Advisor)
  • Exploring Technological Barriers to Effective Customer Management and Communication between Health Care Service Providers in North QLD (PhD , Primary Advisor/AM/Adv)

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