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Ms. Ann Ryan

Title:

Lecturer in Management

School/ Department:

Business - Accountancy And Economics

Telephone:

+353 0 51302692

Room Name/ Num:

F24C 1977 - Business Building

Campus:

Main Campus

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My Biography

I joined WIT in 1995, initally as a part-time lecturer in the business department.  I was an Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Secrretaries and Admistrators and went on to complete my Masters in Business Studies in Change Managment in 2001 through WIT.  This was a two year programme.  I am now a lecturer in Management in the Business Department. 

Research

Thesis

My thesis which was part of the MBS was titled 'The Role of Statutory Agenices in Integrated Rural Development: The Communities' Perspective'.  The purpose of my thesis was to explore the issues surrounding the role of statutory agencies in rual development.

Publications

I co-authored two conference papers, with colleagues from WITin September in 2000. Our area of research was on business information systems and particularly the impact of large inforamtion systems on companies

Conference: Irish Academy of Management

Date: 7th - 8th September 2000

Title: ERP Deployment as the Destruction of Competitivness and the Creation of the Isomorphic Economies

 

Conference: Irish Academy of Management

Date: 7th - 8th September 2000

Title: Requirements Analysis in ERP Systems Deployment as the Destabilisation of Management Control 

Teaching

Since 1995, I have lectured in the following areas:

Financial Accounting

Computer Applications

Management Studies

Human Relations

Employee Relations

Manangement

Retail Managemnet

Professional Written Communications

Professional Oral Communications

Organisational Behaviour

Research Supervisor for postgraduate and undergraduate students

Corporate Inforamtion Needs

Corporate Administration

Corporate Regulation

Ethics

Strategy

Professional

My employment details prior to WIT are as follows:

I worked for two years with WB Carey & Co, Auditors and Accountants, as an Accounts Assistant and I also worked for two years in Hotel Minella Ltd as the Financial Adminstrator.