I am interested in how organisations form in response to external changes to the environment. I have undertaken research in the areas of local governance, community resilience and the impact of technology on traditional sectors of business. My passion lies in understanding the confluence between organisations of different power-bases and size, and the struggle of the small against the ingrained.
- Location: Canterbury
- Qualifications: All Researchers, Bachelor Degree, Certificate or Diploma, Masters Degree
- Ethnic Groups: New Zealand European
- Area of Expertise: Mentoring, Research and Evaluation, Family Violence & Abuse, Children & Youth, Community Development, Education & Training, Families/ Whānau & Parenting, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, ICT Information & Communication Technology, I offer Research & Evaluation Mentoring, Law & Justice, Non-profit Sector, Volunteering / Mahi Aroha
- Key Publications: Coburn, J. (2015) Challenging the Way Law is Delivered, presented at LawTechNZ Conference, Auckland on 18 March 2015. Ebborn, E., Cochrane, R., & Coburn, J. (2013). Smart Practice - Making Fixed Fees Possible. Proceedings of the Family Law Conference - Reclaiming The Ground. Auckland: NZLS CLE Limited. Coburn, J. (2012). Community Governance and Civil Society: An Examination of the Purpose, Intent and Structure of Residents' Groups in New Zealand. Coburn, J. (2009). Responsible Humans: Identifying Community Leaders and Building Sustainable Organisations. Presented to the World Conference on Disaster Management, Toronto. Coburn, J. (2008). Snapshot of Newlands. Prepared for the New Zealand Resilience Trust. Milne, S., Harris, J., Ateljevic, I., Riley, S., & Coburn, J. November 1999. Karori Wildlife Sanctuary Market Development Project. New Zealand Tourism Research Institute.
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- Professional Memberships: Member, New Zealand Institute of New Zealand
- Phone: +64 3 339 2233
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