Dr Scott Bingley has been an academic in the field of Information Systems at Victoria University for a number of years. Scott is also the postgraduate coordinator of the Masters of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Management, the Masters of Business (ERP) and the Graduate Diploma of ERP as well as the Director of Victoria University’s SAP Next-Gen Lab. Scott has also lectured, coordinated and tutored in undergraduate and postgraduate subjects both in Melbourne and overseas.

He has been published in a number of highly-ranked journals including the International Journal of Information Management (‘Q1’ ranked on SCIMAGO), the Journal Of Electronic Commerce Research (‘Q1’ ranked on SCIMAGO), Education and Training (‘Q1’ ranked on SCIMAGO), Australasian Journal of Information Systems (‘A’ level on ABDC) and seven other ranked journals.

He was also the Chief Investigator for a competitive externally funded grant from DFAT worth $188,000.  Scott has also received a Vice Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (Higher Education) in 2017.

Publications

Books

Sellitto, C., Banks, D., Bingley, S., & Burgess, S. (2016). Small Businesses and Effective ICT Stories and Practical Insights. Routledge.

Refereed book chapters

Bingley, S., & Burgess, S. (2010). Using I-D maps to represent the adoption of internet applications by local cricket clubs. In A. Tatnall (Ed.), Actor-Network Theory and Technology Innovation: Advancements and New Concepts (1 ed., pp. 80-94). USA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-60960-197-3.ch006

Bingley, S., & Burgess, S. (2009). A framework for the adoption of the internet in local sporting bodies: A local sporting association example. In Digital Sport for Performance Enhancement and Competitive Evolution: Intelligent Gaming Technologies (pp. 212-227). doi:10.4018/978-1-60566-406-4.ch013

Bingley, S., & Burgess, S. (2009). A Framework for the Adoption of the Internet in Local Sporting Bodies. In Digital Sport for Performance Enhancement and Competitive Evolution: Intelligent Gaming Techniques (pp. 212-227). Information Science Reference.

Bingley, S., & Burgess, S. (2008). I-D Maps and the Innovation-Decision Process. In The New 21st Century Workplace (pp. 59-74). Heidelberg Press.

Bingley, S., & Burgess, S. (2007). The Content of Horizontal Portals. In Encyclopaedia of Portal Technologies and Applications (pp. 178-181). Information Science Reference.

Refereed journal articles

Woodley, C., Paguio, R., Bingley, S., & Burgess, S. (2015). Technology mentors: Enablers of ICT uptake in Australian small business. Education and Training – ‘Q1’ level SCIMAGO

Bingley, S., & Burgess, S. (2012). A case analysis of the adoption of Internet applications by local sporting bodies in New Zealand. International Journal of Information Management, 32(1), 11-16. – ‘A’ level ABDC Journal Quality List and ‘Q1’ level SCIMAGO

Bingley, S., Burgess, S., Buultjens, J., Cox, C., & Sellitto, C. (2009). A Classification Scheme for Analysing Web 2.0 Tourism Websites. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 11(5), 281-291. – ‘Q1’ level SCIMAGO

Burgess, S., Bingley, S., Paguio, R., & Woodley, C. (2018). Interventions in entrepreneurial learning: Blended learning and ICT capacity. Ajis : Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 22, 1- 29 – ‘A’ level ABDC Journal Quality List 2013

Teaching responsibilities

Co-ordination

Teaching

Research grants

  • DFAT Australia Award Fellows Grant in 2018 - $188,000
  • Internal funding grant from Victoria University in 2017 to build the SAP Next-Gen Lab - $30,000

Awards

  • Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (Higher Education) - 2017
  • College of Business tomorrow excellence in teaching and learning - 2017

Portfolios

Information Systems

SAP Next-Gen Lab

Areas of expertise

  • Small Business
  • Business analytics
  • ERP systems
 Photo of Scott Bingley

Contact details

+61 (3) 9919 5049