Cardiff Business School People

Professor Paul Beynon-Davies

Professor of Organisational Informatics

Email:
Beynon-daviesP@cf.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 208 76005
Location:
R11, Aberconway Building, Colum Drive, Cardiff, CF10 3EU
Twitter
@pbeynondavies
External link:
http://www.peebeedee.org.uk

Before taking up an academic post, Professor Beynon-Davies worked for several years in the Informatics industry in the UK both in the public and private sectors. He has published widely in the field having 11 books and over seventy academic papers to his name.

Professor Beynon-Davies has engaged in a number of government-funded projects related to the impact of ICT on the economic, social and political spheres. He was seconded part-time to the National Assembly for Wales (NAfW) as an evaluator of its Cymru-ar-Lein/Information Age strategy for Wales and was director of the eCommerce Innovation Centre at Cardiff University from 2006-2008. This centre was the home of the Broadband Observatory for Wales.

Teaching commitments

  • BSc Business Management Business Information Systems
  • Executive MBA - Business Analysis
  • MBA - Business Analysis
  • MBA - Electronic Business

Research interests

  • Business Information Systems
  • Electronic Business
  • Electronic Government
  • Theoretical underpinning of Organisational Informatics
  • Theory-driven approaches to Business Analysis

PhD supervision research interests

  • Business analysis
  • E-business
  • Theoretical foundations for organisational informatics

Cardiff Professor authors new book: 'Business Information Systems'

Sunday 29 September 2013

Professor Paul Beynon-Davies, Professor of Organisational Informatics at Cardiff Business School, has authored a significantly revised second edition of 'Business Information Systems'

Cardiff Professor authors new book: 'eBusiness'

Friday 30 November 2012

Professor Paul Beynon-Davies, Professor of Organisational Informatics at Cardiff Business School, has authored a significantly revised second edition of 'eBusiness'