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Dr Niall Hayes

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Niall Hayes

Charles Carter Building

Lancaster University

Bailrigg

Lancaster LA1 4YX

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1524 510962

Location: B26

Research overview

Niall Hayes  is a Professor of Information and Organisation in the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology at Lancaster University. He is the Director of the Centre for the Study of Technology and Organisation.  His research interests relate to the social and organisational implications arising from the introduction and use of information systems in organisations. His specific research domains are fourfold: knowledge management, electronic government, plagiarism detection systems and information and communication technology in developing countries and for development.

PhD supervision

I am interested in supervising Ph.D. students in the following domains:

E-Government and Public Sector Transformation;   Knowledge Sharing and Information Technology; Information Technology in Non-Western Contexts;  Information Technology and International Development;  Information Technology and SustainabilityManagement;  Donors and Non Governmental Organisations;  Impact Assessment and Evaluation

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Professional Role

Professor of Information and Organisation

Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies

Director of the Centre for the Study of Technology and Organisation

 

Research Interests

General Interests

Social and organisational implications surrounding the development, management and use of computer-based information systems in contemporary organisations.

Current Research

  • E-Government: Joining-Up and Modernisation
  • Plagiarism, International Students and Technology
  • Impact Assessment and Evaluation
  • Technology in non-western contexts
  • Technology and International Development

 

Current Teaching

Undergraduate

MNGT190 Perspectives on Information Systems

OWT.226 Management and Information Technology


Postgraduate

MSc Management: Module 8: Management of Organisational Change


MSc IT, Mangement and Organisational Change: ITO.005: Social Aspects of the Digital Age


MBA: Managing Information Technology in Organisations

External Roles

Conference Co-Chair for IFIP 9.4 Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, Jamaica, May 19-22, 2013, http://ifipwg94.org/ifip-wg94-conference

Associate Member of the Centre for Development Informatics (CDI), University of Manchester

External Examiner for:

Undergraduate Information Systems Modules: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

BSc Information Technology Management for Business, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester.

Qualifications

BSc, PGDip, MSc, PhD (Lancaster)

Research Grants

A £215,000 HEFCE grant - Plagiarism, Computers and Values (with Prof Lucas Introna at Lancaster and Dr Edgar Whitley at the LSE)

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