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Ms Patricia Martyn B.Comm, Dip, A.C.M.A.
| Patricia holds a B. Comm and a Postgraduate Diploma in Systems Analysis from NUI
Galway. She worked in a variety of roles in the Information Technology sector
before deciding to train as a Chartered Management Accountant. Patricia
completed her professional accountancy training with Shannon Development.
Following that she worked as a Teaching Assistant in the Kemmy School of
Business in the University of Limerick. Patricia is currently pursuing her PhD in the area of Management Control Systems.
|Patricia’s research interests are in the area of management control systems and innovation. She is currently undertaking a PhD which examines the role of management control systems in managing the dual objectives of efficiency and creative innovation at middle management level.|
|Sweeney, B; Curtis, E; Martyn, P. (2012) Simons Says: A critical analysis of the literature on Simons’ Levers of Control Framework Irish Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference [Details]|
|Sweeney, B; Curtis, E; Martyn P (2012) Challenges in the Application of Simons’ Levers of Control Framework EIASM conference on Manufacturing Accounting Research [Details]|
|Sweeney, B; Curtis, E; Martyn, P. (2011) Simons Says: A critical analysis of the literature on Simons’ Levers of Control Framework Management Accounting Research Group Conference in association with the Management Control Association [Details]|
|Martyn, P. and O’Regan, E (2008) Creating a Constructive Blended Learning Environment for Accounting Students Annual Irish Educational Technology Users' Conference [Details]|
|Martyn, P and O' Regan, E (2008) Management Accounting: A Blended Learning Approach Irish Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference [Details]|
|Martyn, P. and O’Regan, E. (2008) A Blended Learning Approach for Accounting Students Centre for Learning and Teaching Annual Conference, NUI Galway [Details]|
|Association: Chartered Institute of Management Accountants , Function/Role: Associate member|
|Association: Irish Accounting and Finance Association , Function/Role: Member|
|Association: British Accounting Association, Function/Role: Member|
| Employer: Information Technology Systems
Position: Customer Support Analyst; Systems Trainer; Project Manager
| Employer: Shannon Development
Position: Trainee Accountant
| Employer: University of Limerick
Position: Teaching Assistant
Patricia's teaching interests are:
Patricia has a particular interest in teaching accounting through blended learning. She has been involved in the design and delivery of two blended learning modules for the part-time B. Comm. In 2008 she was nominated for the President's Award in Teaching Excellence by a group of students taking a management accounting module through blended learning. Patricia is a member of the Bachelor of Commerce (fullvtime) and the Bachelor of Commerce (part time via blended learning) programme boards.
|2013-2014, 2010-2011, 2009-2010 AY871 Introduction to Accounting for Postgraduate Diploma in Business students: Accounting|
|2013-2014 AY220.2 Part-time blended learning module for the part-time B. Comm programme: Management Accounting II|
|2013-2014 AY537 Postgraduate module developing research and professional skills for Masters of Accounting students: Skills for Accounting Research and Practice|
|2013-2014 MG529 Introduction to Accounting section of course delivered to non-business students: Introduction to Business|
|2013-2014 AY325 Group financial statements and International Financial Reporting Stands (IAS7, IAS 8, IAS11 & IAS 20): International Financial Reporting II|
|2009-2010 AY440 Financial reporting for undergraduate part time students delivered by blended learning : Financial Reporting|
|2007-2008, 2008-2009,2009-2010,2010-2011 AY102 Undergraduate management accounting large group: Management Accounting|
|2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2010 AY207 Large group undergraduate management accounting module : Management Accounting 1|
|2006-2007, 2007-2008 AY874 Management accounting course for Postgraduate Diploma in Business Studies students : Accounting for Management Decisions|