Family and friends have always told me that I could be good at teaching, so I thought "okay, let's put that to the test!" We've now stepped into an age of digital knowledge revolution and, indeed, I wouldn't want to miss out that big party! Contributing to knowledge sharing is an awesome achievement because knowledge is a powerful asset that stands the test of time.
Seeing a student sign up for my course is a great honour and for those of you who've registered, I'd like to thank you so much for doing so. It's a real privilege to have you join me in what I hope you'll find an enjoyable learning experience.
What makes me tick...
"A passion for understanding how things work and teach how things work"
My background and experience in a nutshell…
I graduated in Product Design Engineering from Loughborough University, UK. I then stepped into the world of research where I did a PhD in the area of applied ontology. This opened a whole new range of doors to explore. I've worked across different industries which include both academia and leading technology companies. My skills cut across multiple disciplines such as engineering, technical publications, product management, knowledge management, and business analysis, among others. My teaching experience has involved training and mentoring individuals working in the area of knowledge sharing. I also have considerable exposure in training staff on enterprise systems for information and knowledge management.
What I do in my spare time…I really enjoy the company of family and friends, as well as playing the guitar and attending gigs. I'm also well into running and taking long walks with my incredibly supportive wife, Luisa. On a quiet weekend, you'll find me chilling on the settee watching action and science fiction movies or, otherwise, in the kitchen making sushi or some other mouth-wateringly good dish.