brian gannon

work

I am a lecturer and researcher at the School of Business, Economics and Informatics where I am also director of the school’s innovative apprenticeship degree programmes for chartered managers.

In 2016, I was appointed Honorary Professor in Practice at the University of Wales.

My background has been predominantly in industry. I am an engineer, with a career spanning consultancy, operational and teaching roles in commercial and public sector organisations. I began my career at Shell Oil and moved to Arthur Andersen (now Accenture) where I advised retail and investment banks. In 1989 I co-founded the DMW Group, a tech advisory firm, and subsequently worked in senior roles in Standard Chartered Bank, Allied Irish Banks and Capgemini. Until September 2017, I was an executive director at Kainos Group plc (LSE: KNOS), a digital technology company.

I hold a degree in Engineering from Trinity College, Dublin and a PhD in Information Systems from the University of London. I am based in London and have lived and worked in various cities in Europe, the USA and Asia.

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when

company and job

2008

birkbeck, lecturer and programme director

2007

kainos, managing director, GB

2004

capgemini, VP, financial services

1998

allied irish banks, CIO

1996

standard chartered bank, IT strategy

1994

glaxo, IT programme manager

1989

dmw consulting, consultant

1985

andersen consulting, consultant

1982

shell uk, engineer