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Denis Dennehy is a Lecturer in Business Information Systems in the School of Business & Economics and funded investigator at Lero | The Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software. His current research focuses on the application of flow and business analytics in the context of information systems development, and its implications for people, organisations, and society. His research has been published in the Association of Business Schools (ABS) ranked journals including, European Journal of Operational Research, Information & Management, Information Technology & People, Journal of Systems & Software, Project Management Journal, and Journal of Decision Systems, as well as international conferences such as the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), and R&D Management. His research is informed through extensive engagement with Lero industry project partners and is supported with the financial support of the Science Foundation Ireland grant 13/RC/2094. He has conducted research in collaboration with Irish SMEs and multinationals such as, Dell Technologies, Intel, Fexco, Leading Edge Group, Texuna, and Kepak Group.
He is a Senior Editor of Information Technology & People and is leading a special issue that focuses on business analytics for the management of information systems development. He is currently Conference Chair of the 20th IFIP Conference e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society I3E2021, with a specific focus on responsible AI and Analytics for an ethical and inclusive digitised society, and IoT Track Chair at IFIP WG8.6 Working Conference 2020 (India). Previously he served as Proceedings Chair for the Open Symposium on Open Collaboration (OpenSym 2017), Associate Editor for various tracks at the European Conference on Information Systems, and reviewer of a number of ABS ranked journals, including the Senior Scholars' Basket of Journals.
He is Director of the MSc. Business Analytics programme, which received the Dean's Award for Inclusive Teaching in 2019. He teaches innovation management, project management, agile methodologies, and systems analysis and design at postgraduate and undergraduate level. He is a visiting academic at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway, and ICN Business School, France.