OUR RESEARCH CENTRES ARE EACH LEADERS IN THEIR FIELDS, BRINGING VALUABLE INSIGHT AND NEW THINKING TO ENTREPRENEURS, INNOVATORS, MANAGERS, LEADERS, AND POLICY MAKERS.
The Irish Institute of Digital Business
The mission of the research centre is to develop an academic research environment that will foster innovative and high quality multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary research and support the development of both faculty and research. The economic mission of the centre is to transfer research insights and outcomes to DCU’s student body and the national industry base to accelerate the adoption of digital technologies, optimise digital processes, and as a result transform those businesses.
Ireland’s first leadership and talent centre of excellence and learning, brings together leading international researchers in HRM, Organizational Behaviour and Psychology and Strategy to produce fresh perspectives on the management of workplaces of the future.
A centre of research-driven expertise and advice specific to family businesses in Ireland, but increasingly relevant to international audiences, too. The Centre translates leading Irish and international research into best practice for current family business owners and their successors.
DCU Invent is the university’s commercialisation and technology transfer unit, who work with companies to bring university research to the marketplace.
To achieve this, they partner with companies of all sizes, talented researchers at DCU and entrepreneurs who have a desire to innovate. For more information on the opportunities and benefits of working with DCU Invent, visit their website.
Research at DCU Business School advances knowledge and professional practice. We focus on strategic and operational challenges facing modern organisations. Building on the deep academic expertise of our people, strong national and international research partnerships, and active industry engagement.
Each of our Research Centres is a leader in its field. Their insights on leadership and innovation, cloud computing and commerce, family business and modelling and simulation are directly relevant to the leaders and managers of today and tomorrow.