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Ian Angell

Professor of Information Systems, London School of Economics, LSE

Ian Angell is an accomplished author who applies his research to archaeology, crystallography, medicine, management, physics and social sciences. He is well known as a futurologist and in particular for his predictions for the Enterprise of the Future.

"To see the many benefits of computerization, you must first confront the dark side, and the complexity that arises when information systems interact with human activity systems."

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In detail

Ian Angell advises numerous national and international companies, and institutions, on the design, implementation and management of Information Systems (in particular using the Internet) in businesses, both large and small. He writes a quarterly column for CIO Connect.

What he offers you

Be challenged by the radical ideas of this systems specialist and profit from both the research and application of his work across many disciplines. For the past twenty years, he has concentrated on strategic information systems, and organisational IT policies. A particular speciality is the study of Systemic Risk and Complexity. On his initiative the LSE created a Research Centre for the study of Computer Security.

How he presents

An excellent teacher and communicator Ian is very well known on the International Lecture Circuit for his biting wit when describing ill-conceived computer applications.


He presents in English.

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  • Global Consequences of Information Technology
  • Managing Information Systems in the New Economy
  • Managing Complexity: control versus chaos
  • Managing Risk: opportunity or hazard
  • Managing Compliance
  • ICTs in Business: strategies and tactics for the enterprise of the future
  • New Business Models and Opportunities


  • 2005
    No More Leaning on Lamp-posts: Managing Uncertainty the Nick Charles Way
  • 2000
    The New Barbarian Manifesto
  • 1993
    Information Systems Management
  • 1992
    Advanced Graphics on VGA and XGA Using Borland C

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