Dr Agnes Maciocha

MSc PhD

Lecturer

Carlow Campus

e: Agnes.Maciocha@itcarlow.ie      t: 059 9173173

 
  • Research Interests
  • Publications
  • Research Supervision
  • Engagement and Collaboration

Research Interests

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Maciocha A., 2011. Intellectual Capital and Financial Performance. Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol. 9, Issue 3;

Maciocha A., Kisielnicki J., 2009. Intangible Assets of the Polish Telecommunication Sector – Rough Set Approach.  Lecture Notes in Computer Science No. 5656, Transactions on Rough Sets; Special issue, Vol. X;

Niehoff B., Maciocha A., 2008. An Initial Exploration of Cultural Adaptation and Motivations of Immigrant Workers in Ireland.  Irish Journal of Management, 29:1;

Books and Book Chapters

Maciocha A., 2011.Comparative analysis: t-test and ANOVA. In: Helen Chen (ed): Quantitative Approach and Practical Application: Guide for Dissertation Students’ Cork, Ireland: Oak Tree Press;

Conference Proceedings and Papers

Maciocha A., Surakka J., 2014. Enhancing Organisational Learning by Well –Being Activities – Metal age Method. European Conference on Intellectual Capital, 10-11 April, Slovak University of Technology (STU), Trnava, Slovak Republic.

 Maciocha A., Surakka J., 2012. Knowledge creation and the employee well-being –analysis of the relationship. European Conference on Knowledge Management, 6-7 September, Cartagena, Spain.

Maciocha A., Surakka J., 2012. Work Ability and Social Inclusion project – enhancing collective knowledge through leadership and stress management.  European Conference on Intellectual Capital, 23-24 April, Arcada, Helsinki, Finland.

O’Reilly P., O’Kane Conor, Cunnimgham J., Maciocha A., Mangematin V., 2010. Project Formation and the Motivations and Challenges of the Principal Investigator Role in Publicly Funded Research. Technology Transfer Society Annual Conference, Washington DC, USA, November 12-13,

Maciocha A., 2009. Virtual Organisations – Current State of Art.  Irish Academy of Management, Galway Institute of Technology, Galway, Ireland.

Niehoff B., Maciocha A., 2008. A comparison of the role perceptions of Irish and Polish workers in Ireland. Irish Academy of Management, Dublin, Ireland.

Maciocha A., 2007. Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management and Intangible Assets – Managerial Concepts for the Knowledge Based Enterprise. Irish Academy of Management, Quinn’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Maciocha A., 2007. Intellectual Capital Versus Intangible Assets – the Differences and Similarities. IC-Congress 2007, INHOLLAND University of professional education, Haarlem, The Netherlands.

Grants

“Immigration in research - The interrelations of the human science” - British Council Grant, (Irish, English, Swedish, and Polish network) (2009)

“Human resources - the competitive factor of the Telecommunication sector” – Polish Ministry of Education’s Grant (2005-2007)

“Intangible Assets Role in the Polish Companies” – WUT’s President’s Grant (2004)

  British – Polish Young Scientist Program 2003/2004, British Council Grant: Scholarships in UK

Research Supervision

Areas of interest as a supervisor include
  • Marketing (Customer  Segmentation, Customer Profiling, Customer Satisfaction)
  • Finance (Derivatives, Intellectual Capital, Intangible Assets, Company Valuation)  
  • Quantitative methods

Engagement and Collaboration