Rodreck David

Formation of inter-organisational platforms.

Rodreck David
Rodreck David, PhD student in Information Systems


Supervisors: Dr Jean-Gregoire Bernard, Dr Markus Luczak-Roesch and Professor Benoit Aubert (HRA)

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Rodreck's undergraduate dissertation was published as an original case study by the South African Journal of Information Management, entitled: "A cost benefit analysis of document management strategies used at a financial institution in Zimbabwe: A case study". He was awarded the Tetley and Lupton Scholarship to study in the United Kingdom, with his MSc dissertation entitled "Modelling pre-natal care pathways at a central hospital in Zimbabwe".

He worked as a staff development fellow and then as a lecturer of Information Management and Informatics at the National University of Science and Technology (Zimbabwe) for three years, teaching in the areas of process modelling, health information systems, informatics, and electronic records management to undergraduate students. Rodreck started his PhD in Information Systems as a Victoria Doctoral Scholarship recipient in 2017.


BSc, National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe; MSc in Health Informatics (Distinction), University of Leeds, UK

Research interests

Rodreck's current research interests include IS architecture, platform ccosystems, public sector accountability, business process modelling, and information management.

Selected publications

David, R. (2018). Formation of inter-organisational digital platforms. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) Doctoral Consortium (DC). Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove, CA, December 12-14, 2018.

David, R. 2017. Contribution of records management to audit opinions and accountability in government. South African Journal of Information Management, 19(1), a771.

David, R. and Dube, A., 2013. An Assessment of the Records Keeping Status in Some Selected Health Institutions of Matabeleland South Province, Zimbabwe. Journal of Health Informatics in Africa, 1(1).

David, R., Dube, A. and Ngulube, P., 2013. A cost-benefit analysis of document management strategies used at a financial institution in Zimbabwe: a case study. South African Journal of Information Management, 15(2), pp.1-10.

David, R. and Dube, A., 2013. Are the Terms and Conditions Offered by Cloud-Servers Safe for Personal Health Record-Keeping? Journal of Health Informatics in Africa, 1(1).

Malemelo, F., Dube, A., David, R. and Ngulube, P., 2013. Management of financial records at the Marondera Municipality in Zimbabwe. Journal of the South African Society of Archivists, 46, p.12.

Dube, A., Mukono, D., & David, R. (2013). Marketing Commercial Records Centres in Zimbabwe: The Success Story of Archive-It Services®. Global Journal of Commerce & Management Perspective, 2(3) pp.106-120.

Conference Proceedings

David, R. Aubert, B.A. & Bernard, J-G. (2017). Adaptive evolution of IS Architecture in complex ecosystems. New Zealand Information Systems Doctoral Consortium, 2017. Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, July 29, 2017.

David, R. (2016). Systems Designing in the Teaching of Information Science: A Curriculum Status Review. Paper presented at the Sixth International Conference of the Faculty of Communication & Information Science, National University of Science and Technology, Great Zimbabwe Hotel, Masvingo, Zimbabwe, 24-26 August 2016.

David, R. (2015). Remodeling a Virtual Reality Graded Exposure Therapy (VR-GET) System Architecture at San Diego Naval Medical Center. 7th - 8th October 2015, BCS Health Informatics Scotland Annual Conference. University of Edinburgh, UK.

David, R. (2015). Ministry of Health & Child Care Vision 2020: Health Informatics Strategy for Public Health Surveillance in Zimbabwe 2015-2020. 17-19 February 2015, Health Informatics Conference for Postgraduate Students. University College London, UK.

David, R. (2015). Co-Management of CKD between Nephrology & Primary Care Practices through E-Consultation: An Evidence-Based Current Status Report for Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. 25-27 March 2015, m-Health Digital: Vision 2020 for health Informatics Practitioners. University of Leeds, UK.