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Dr Eoin Whelan BBS, MBS, PhD.
Eoin Whelan is a Lecturer in Business Information Systems at the National University of Ireland, Gaway. He is also a visiting professor at IESEG in France. His research interests focus on understanding how technologies such as social media and big data influence productivity, innovation, and decision making. His publications on these topics have appeared in the 3* journals MIT Sloan Management Review, Information Systems Journal, R&D Management, Journal of Information Technology, and Information & Organization. His MIT Sloan paper has recently won the prestigious Richard Beckhard Memorial Prize for 2013, awarded to the authors of the most outstanding MIT Sloan article on planned change and organisational development. He has served as a special issue editor for Information Systems Journal and Journal of the Association of information Systems on the topics of ‘social networks’ and ‘open innovation’ respectively. He has been an associate investigator on large research projects funded by FP7, Science Foundation Ireland, and Enterprise Ireland. Among the companies he has worked with on these projects are Intel, Merck, Boston Scientific, and Chevron. Eoin has also collaborated with Accenture and EMC to develop a Diploma in Business Analytics, which is currently being offered in NUI Galway. He has served on the conference organising committees for European Conference on Information Systems (Galway 2008), Knowledge Science and Engineering Management (Belfast 2010), and the Irish Academy of Management (2010, 2011). Prior to joining academia, Eoin worked as a business analyst in Ireland, New Zealand, and the US.
|Eoin Whelan (2011) Knowledge Diffusion in R&D. Examining the Interplay Between Online and Offline Social Networks. Germany: Lambert Publishing. [Details]|
|Whelan, Eoin; Donnellan, Brian; Golden Willie (2009) 'Knowledge diffusion in contemporary R&D groups: Re-examining the role of the technological gatekeeper' In: The Annals of Information Systems, Knowledge Management & Organizational Learning. USA: Springer. [Details]|
|Noel Carroll, Eoin Whelan, Ita Richardson (2011) 'Business process management' In: Service Research Challenges and Solutions for Future Internet. Germany: Springer. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Whelan, E,Teigland, R,Donnellan, B,Golden, W (2010) 'How Internet technologies impact information flows in R&D: reconsidering the technological gatekeeper'. R & D Management, 40 :400-413. [Details]|
|Whelan, E. and Teigland, R. (2013) 'Transactive memory systems as a collective filter for mitigating information overload in digitally enabled organizational groups'. Information and Organization, . [Details]|
|Whelan, E. and Firth, D. (2013) 'Changing the Introductory IS Course to Improve Future Enrollments: An Irish Perspective'. Journal Of Information Systems Education, . [Details]|
|Whelan, E., R. Teigland, E. Vaast, and B. Butler (2013) 'Interpreting Digital Enabled Social Networks'. Information Systems Journal, . [Details]|
|Eoin Whelan, Willie Golden, Brian Donnellan (2013) 'Digitising the R&D social network; Revisiting the technological gatekeeper'. Information Systems Journal, 23 :197-218. [Details]|
|Carroll, N., I. Richardson and E. Whelan (2012) 'Service Science: An Actor Network Approach'. International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation, 4 (3):50-65. [Details]|
|Eoin Whelan (2011) 'It’s who you know not what you know: A social network analysis approach to talent management'. European Journal Of International Management, 5 (5):484-500. [Details]|
|Eoin Whelan, Marian Carcary (2011) 'Integrating talent and knowledge management: Where are the benefits?'. Journal Of Knowledge Management, 15 (4):675-687. [Details]|
|Eoin Whelan, Sal. Parise, Jasper De Valk, Rick20 Aalbers (2011) 'Creating employee networks that deliver open innovation'. Sloan Management Review, Fall (53/1):37-44. [Details]|
|Eoin Whelan, David G. Collings, Brian Donnellan (2010) 'Talent management in knowledge intensive settings'. Journal Of Knowledge Management, 14 (3):486-405. [Details]|
|Eoin Whelan (2007) 'Exploring knowledge exchange in electronic networks of practice”, Journal of Information Technology'. Journal Of Information Technology, 22 :5-13. [Details]|
|Whelan, Eoin; Donnellan, Brian; Golden, Willie (2009) 'Analyzing R&D knowledge flows in the flat world' Journal of Information Technology Cases and Application Research 11 (2) :5-19. [Details]|
|Noel Carroll, Eoin Whelan, Ita Richardson (2010) 'Applying social network analysis to discover service innovation within agile service networks' Journal of Service Science 2 (2) :225-244. [Details]|
|Eoin Whelan (2002) 'A study of the total life cycle costs of an e-commerce investment' Journal of Evaluation and Program Planning 25 (2) :191-196. [Details]|