Elizabeth Daniel

Professor of Information Management

Elizabeth is Professor of Information Management. She joined The Open University Business School in January 2005 having been at Cranfield School of Management since 1999.  Prior to Cranfield, she had been at City University Business School and had spent a decade in industry, initially working as a medical physicist and latterly as a management consultant. 

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Elizabeth is Professor of Information Management. She joined The Open University Business School in January 2005 having been at Cranfield School of Management since 1999.  Prior to Cranfield, she had been at City University Business School and had spent a decade in industry, initially working as a medical physicist and latterly as a management consultant.

Elizabeth’s research focuses on the effective use of information systems by organisations and the individuals within those organisations. Recent research projects include exploring home based online entrepreneurship, working with colleagues from the School on a project to explore the use of personal data in both the financial services and travel sectors.  Elizabeth has also recently completed a project funded by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) that looked at current practices in project portfolio management.

A continuing theme of her work is the realisation of benefits from IS and IT investments and she is the co-author with John Ward of the book Benefits Management: How to Increase the Business Value of Your IT Projects.