School of Business and Economics

Research

Kayode Odusanya

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Kayode has more than four years of working experience in the field of Information Technology (IT) and is driven by a passion to provide solutions that allow end-users maximize benefits from IT. With an experience spanning activities across West and Central Africa, Kayode led and supported the deployment of IT projects including the alignment of Business and IT strategies, across different countries with varying infrastructure levels.

Kayode has a BSc (Electrical/Electronic Engineering) from Obafemi Awolowo University Nigeria, an MBA (Green Energy & Sustainable businesses) from University of Bologna Italy, and is currently pursuing his PhD in Business at Loughborough School of Business and Economics with the Centre for Information Management.

Research Interest:

Benefits realisation management

Benefits measurement

 

Research Plan:

My research is on Benefits Realisation Management. The context is that organisations have repeatedly struggled to see the justification for IT/IS investments because of persistent failures in recognising the value they contribute to bottom-line profits. The research aims to provide reliable measuring and monitoring tools for more effective benefits realisation from IT-enabled change.

 

Supervisor(s):
Professor Neil Doherty
Dr Crispin Coombs