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Dr Paul Dunning-Lewis

Senior Teaching Fellow

Paul Dunning-Lewis

Lancaster University

The Management School

LA1 4YX

Lancaster

Current Research

Business applications of GRID computing

Virtual organisations in practice and the meaning of trust between virtually organised partners

Soft systems methodology in development of information systems

Engaged methods of research

Qualifications

PhD (Systems), Lancaster University, 1989

Chartered Engineer, Engineering Council 1988

MA (Distinction) Systems in Management, Lancaster University 1977

BSc (Computer Science) Lancaster University 1975

Current Teaching

Postgraduate

ITO004 Systems Methods

eBIN531 Enterprise Resource Planning Softare and SAP

IT017 ERP and SAP

IT006 Research Methods and Proposals

IT015 Systems Development

MSCI515 Software Support for Logistics and Supply Chain Management

PJTM519 – Research Skills

Undergraduate

MSCI204 Developing Business Information Systems

Previous teaching

  • IT004 Systems Analysis and Design
  • IT009 Data Management
  • MSCI203 Introduction to Business Information Systems
  • SYST202 Business Information Systems
  • SYST201 Systems Thinking
  • MSCI241 Applications programming
  • BSAD Systems Analysis and Design

Research Grants

2003
EPSRC: £2,093,700 Grid based Information Models to support the Rapid Innovation of High Value Added Chemicals (GOLD)
 
2001
EPSRC: £53,410 Systems Theory: Making sense of Future Organisational Networks GR/R14859
 
1999
EPSRC: £32,661, SOFTWARE ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS NETWORK FOR IMPROVED BUSINESS PROCESSES GR/M02552/02
 
1998
EPSRC: £19,490 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS NETWORK FOR IMPROVED BUSINESS PROCESSES, GR/M02552/01
 
1997
NatWest Bank £7,000  IMPLEMENTATION OF SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES FOR BUSINESS CHANGE PROJECTS.
 
1994
Barclays Bank: £10,000  The identification of cost allocations mechanisms for complex telecommunications services.

Professional Role

IT Director, Lancaster University Management School

Director, Undergraduate Programmes Part II, Management Science

Chair of the Management School IT Committee

Courses Director BCIS and BMIS programmes

Departmental Officer, Plagiarism

Departmental Assessment Officer

University Security Foresight Committee

University IT Policy Committee

Previous:Vice Chair of University Computer Users Group
Dean of Grizedale College
Management School Teaching Committee
Management School Courses Committee,
Management School Web Steering Group,
Library Committee,
Examinations Officer

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