Daedalus e-World

fostering innovation, change & agility through technology and new media


About Daedalus




Dr Peter Chatterton

Peter Chatterton, a physicist by background, is a consultant and academic whose work spans higher and further education (HE/FE), Government and industry.


Peter has worked as an Associate of Atkins Management Consultants for over 7 years and more recently has worked as an Associate of Aspire.  

He is an academic associate of the Higher Education Academy.

Descriptions of the projects he has worked on can be found on the experience page.




Daedalus e-World is owned and run by Peter Chatterton who undertakes consultancy services either individually, working with a network of associates or as an Associate of other consultancy organisations.

Daedalus e-World has grown out of Daedalus, a sole-trading business and was set-up to provide a corporate structure due to the growth in Daedalus's business.

We have been in business for over 20 years.


Associates



Dr Karol Szlichcinsk

Karol has over 20 years’ experience as a management consultant. He has carried out assignments in a wide range of commercial sectors and for public and voluntary sector organisations, in many countries in Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, North America and the Pacific Rim. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Business Consulting, Chartered Marketer and Chartered Psychologist. He runs his own consultancy, KS Associates.



Prof Peter Hartley

From 2003 to October 2010, Peter Hartley led the University of Bradford’s educational development unit, the Centre for Educational Development (CED). He was previously Professor of Communication at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) where he was their first winner of a National Teaching Fellowship in 2001. He also runs his own consultancy practice.





Rhonda Ricahi

Rhonda Riachi is a learning and development consultant with 20 years’ experience in developing and evaluating services, systems and processes in higher and further education and in health. She has worked with national agencies and committees on learning technology projects and strategic development, as well as course redesign with university departments. During her 15 years as Director of the Association for Learning Technology she worked with academics at all levels from a wide variety of colleges and universities in the UK, and with international higher education organisations.


Dr Rachel Harris

Dr Rachel Harris directs Inspire Research Ltd and has over 20 years experience in evaluation, research and development mostly related to learning, technology and online learning. Rachel has led project and programme evaluations at local, national and European levels for clients such as Becta, NHS Education Scotland, the Improvement Service, JISC, JISC infoNet, Scottish Funding Council, Scottish Qualifications Authority, as well as individual Colleges and Universities.


Dr Gill Ferrell

Gill Ferrell has over 25 years experience of using IT to support all aspects of learning, teaching, research and administration in the education sector. She has worked with individual universities and colleges, government agencies such as the Academy, funding bodies, HESA and JISC, and membership organisations such as ALT and UCISA on projects ranging from strategy review and business process change to implementing innovation in physical and virtual learning environments. She is also the author of numerous resources in the popular JISC infoNet series. She runs her own consultancy Aspire.


Prof Peter Bullen

Peter is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Hertfordshire and a critical friend and consultant in the area of technology enhanced learning, process improvement and change management. He is a professional engineer and academic with over 30 years experience working in Universities, with industry and business and Universities internationally.