Dr. Clare Thornley
Senior Lead Researcher
MSc in Information Management from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
PhD in Information Retrieval from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Open University Certificate in Business Studies
Carcary, M., Doherty, E., Thornley, C. (2015) Enabling business innovation and differentiation – maturing the IT capability. IEEE, IT Professional – special Issue on IT-enabled business innovation, 17 (2), pp.46-53.
Ferguson, S., Thornley, C., Gibb, F. (2015) How do libraries manage the ethical and privacy issues of RFID implementation? A qualitative investigation into the decision-making processes of ten libraries. The Journal of Library and Information Science, 47 (2), pp. 117-130.
Thornley, C., Watkinson, A., Nicholas, D., Volentine, R., Jamali, H., Herman, E., Allard, S., Levine, K.J., Tenopir, C. (2015) The role of trust and authority in the citation behaviour of researchers. Information Research, 20 (3), pp.
Veling, L., Thornley, C., Murnane, S., Browne, A., McQuillan, L. (2015) Selecting a Suitable Methodology for an Industry-Academic Collaboration: (Co-)Designing Innovative Solutions to Support Capability Improvement in a Complex Organizational Context. Proceedings of 18th Annual Irish Academy of Management Conference, 2-5 September, NUI Galway, Ireland.
Crowley, C., Thornley, C. (2014) How Can I Know When it’s Time to Stop an IT Project? White paper, IVI publishing. MU ePrints.
Crowley, C., Thornley, C. (2014) When it is time to stop an IT project? 2nd International Conference on Project Evaluation (ICOPEV 2014), 26-27 June, School Of Engineering, University of Minho, Portugal.
McLaughlin, S., Sherry, M., Doherty, E., Carcary, M., Thornley, C., Wang, Y., CEPIS, IDC, empirica (2014) e-Skills: the international dimension and impact of globalisation. Prepared for the European Commission Directorate General Enterprise and Industry. MU ePrints.
Thornley, C., Doherty, E., Carcary, M. (2014) The Impact of Globalisation. In The eSkills Manifesto. European SchoolNet and Digital Europe, Brussels. MU ePrints.