Appointment: Paul Keogh, Adjunct Professor to DCU Business School
Dublin City University (DCU) is delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Keogh as Adjunct Professor to the Business School. Paul brings an unparalleled wealth of experience and expertise in SMEs, Family Business and the Future of Work with a particular focus upon ageism in the workplace.
Paul is Chair of Construct Innovate (Enterprise Ireland), Chair of the Asthma Society, Founder Elder Lemons, amongst other roles. Paul has extensive experience working with business to support growth and to help them prepare for the challenges in an increasingly challenging environment.
As an Adjunct Professor, Paul will play a significant role in the growth of the Business School and the wider University. Pail draws upon his work with organisations from many sectors, and at different stages in their development.
The appointment of Paul Keogh as adjunct Professor aligns closely with the Business School and University Strategies, in our pursuit to be the partner of choice for enterprise. It will be a challenge, but Paul will assist us in growing.
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