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Mr. Liam Doyle

Title:

Lecturer in Information Systems

School/ Department:

School of Science & Computing - Dept Computing & Mathematics - Information Systems & Modelling - Database & Analytics

Telephone:

+353 0 51302683

Campus:

Main Campus

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My Biography

Areas of Research Interest

Information Systems

Information Systems Management,

Information Systems Development

Supply Chain and Logistics Information Systems,

Supply Chain Analytics

Business Process Analysis

Research

Conferences Organised

2013 EUTIC Conference

Publications

Modi, A.  & L. Doyle, L. (2012). “Applicability of Lean-Sigma in IT Service Delivery System”, in L. Stapleton (ed.), Proceedings of the International Federation of Automation and Control International Conference in International Stability and Systems Engineering (SWIIS 2012), North Holland: Elsevier.

Doyle, L., & Wang, J. (2011) “The Use of Information Technology for Supply Chain Management by Chinese Companies” in D’Atri, A., Ferra, M., George, J.F., and Spagnoletti, P. (Eds) Information Technology and Innovation Trends in Organizations, Physica-Verlag HD

Freeman, A. and Doyle, L. (2010) ‘The Utilization of Information Systems Security in SMEs in the South East of Ireland’, in D'Atri, A.; De Marco, M.; Braccini, A.M.; Cabiddu, F. (Eds.),Management of the Interconnected World, Physica-Verlag HD.

Doyle, L. (2009) ‘Information Systems Strategy and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Viera, L and Pinede (eds), N. Stratégies du Changement dans les Systemes at les Territoires, Bordeaux, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme d’Aquitaine.

Doyle, L. (2009) ‘Supply Chain Information Systems and Decision Support’ in Hunter, M.G. (Ed.) Strategic Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI.

Doyle, Liam (2008) Big Links and Small Links in the Supply Chain and their Use of Information Technology, in Proceedings of the 9th IBIMA Conference on Information Management in the Modern Organization, Marrakesh, Morocco 4th-7th January 2008.

Doyle, Liam (2008) ‘Supply Chain Information Systems and Decision Support’ in Frederic Adam and Patrick Humphreys,(eds.) Encyclopedia of Decision Making and Decision Support Technologies, London, IDEA Group

Freeman A. and Doyle, L. (2007) An Investigation into the Role of Information Systems Security in SMEs in the Southeast of Ireland, in  Proceedings of the IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems, 3rd-8th July 2007, Lisbon.

Barry, R. and Doyle, L. (2006) Inter-Organisational Information System Adoption: Investigating the Dominant Factor “Power”, in Proceedings of the UK Academy for Information Systems Conference.

Barry, R., Stapleton, L. & Doyle, L. 2006. The transition to the knowledge economy: Lessons from Irish ICT penetration into small firms, in Kopacek, P. & Hajdrizi, E. (eds)., Proceedings of the Proceedings of the International Federation of Automation and Control Conference in International Stability and Technology (SWIIS), Pristina: UNMIK.

Stapleton, L., Doyle, L., Freeman, A. & Galvin, L. (2004) Atlantic SME Forum for Information Society - ATLANTIC NET project. Waterford, Waterford Institute of Technology.

O'Leary, S., Wall, P. & Doyle, L. (2004). The Relationship between Small Medium Enterprises, Supply Chain Management and the Sourcing of IT, in Proceedings of the 8th Science and Computing Colloquium, Waterford Institute of Technology, May 26th-28th 2004.

Cottrell ,R., Doyle, L. and Stapleton, L. (2004). ‘An Empirical Study of Inter-Organisational Systems (IOS) Adoption with Relation to Power-Dependence and Ties with Commitment in Buyer-Seller Relationships’, in Proceedings of the Irish Academy of Management Conference 2nd-3rd September 2004.

Teaching

Former course leader on B.Sc (Hons) Software Systems Development

Course Leader M.Sc. Information Systems Processes

Liam has taught on the following programmes:

MSc Information Systems Processes

MSc Enterprise Systems Development

MSc Global Financial Information Sytems

MSc Business, Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship

BSc Software Systems Development

BSc Information Technology

BSc Multimedia Applications Development

BSc Applied Computing

B.Eng. (Hons) Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

B.Eng (Hons) Manufacturing Engineering

B.Eng (Hons) Electrical Engineering

Professional

2014-Present Director, Waterford Credit Union

Lecturer in Information Sytems - Waterford Institute of Technology

Programmer/Analyst - Waterford Instuitute of Technology