Nuddy Pillay teaches a range of courses within the School of Communication. He is particularly interested in researching the effects of new communication technologies on interpersonal communication patterns in organisations.

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Publications:
Search the Y Drive or Simply Ask Sally: Staff Perceptions of Knowledge Creation in an Organisation

This study explored staff perceptions of the process of knowledge creation in an organisation generally, with a particular focus on the effects of organisational culture on this process.

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I am Drowning in Information Yet I am Thirsty for Knowledge: Staff Perceptions of the Use and Efficacy of Information Technology in the Process of Knowledge Creation within an Organisation

There are differing views as to whether information technology (IT) inhibits or promotes knowledge creation and use within organisations. This paper presents research findings to interrogate both views.

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