Staff Profile: Daniel Remenyi
Dr Dan Remenyi is a Visiting Professor specialising in research methodology at the School of Systems and Data Studies at Trinity College Dublin and a Visiting Academic Fellow at Henley Business School in the United Kingdom. He works in both research methodology and the sociology of research in which he teaches and researches. He works extensively with research degree candidates and supervisors at both doctoral and masters level. He conducts a number of seminars on topics related to improving effective academic research and obtaining better results.
His other academic interests are in the field of information systems management with special emphasis on the evaluation of information and communications technology investment. His major concern in this respect is to help organisations understand if they have been obtaining value for money from their considerable investments. In this regard he works with various applications including technology to support decision making, corporate strategy, project management, knowledge management and e-government. He leads seminars on these topics in a number of countries.
He is the editor of the e-Journal of Information Systems Evaluation. He is also on the executive committees of a number of European and International conferences.
His research has been published in some 50 peer reviewed papers and he had had some 30 text books published. Some of his books have been translated into Chinese, Japanese and Romanian.
He has worked as a consultant to many organisations over the years including banks, manufactures, distributors, retailers and educational institutions.
He holds a B Soc Sc, MBA and PhD.