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Profile of Martin Gollogly

 

MARTIN GOLLOGLY

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

SAP, London, UK Sept 2004 - present

Head, University Alliance Network, UK

Global Communications Division

 

Current Memberships / professional advisory roles

  • Chair of SAP university alliance program steering group.
  • Association of Business Schools panellist for National Business Student awards 2005
  • Panellist for National Business Awards sponsored by Orange 2005
  • Warwick Business School ICT Industry Interest Group
  • Cranfield School of Manufacturing Science Industry Advisory Board
  • City University School of Informatics Advisory Board
  • Brunel University School of Computer Science Advisory Board
  • Member, Central UK Regional ICT strategy committee ‘Digital Advantage’

 

CISCO SYSTEMS, London, UK Oct 1999 – Sept 2002

Business Development Manager

Internet Business Solutions Group

 

DATAMONITOR, London, UK Sept 1996 – Sept 1999

Technology Industry Consultant & Engagement Manager

ICT Practice

 

ABITIBI PRICE, Toronto, Canada Mar 1996 – Sept 1996

Advisor to Technology Strategy Director

Strategic Management Group / Board

 

POWERGEN, Solihull, UK Aug 1993 – Sept 1994

IT Investment Analyst / Advisor to Information Technology Policy Review Group (ITPRG)


 

EDUCATION

WARWICK UNIVERSITY, UK September 2002 – present

Warwick Business School

PhD Strategic Fit in Managing IT Industry Alliances

Thesis: Using a notion of strategic fit as a lens to understand the issues in managing strategic alliances in the IT industry. Based on a two year collaborative study sponsored by SAP, Computer Sciences Corporation, AT&T and IBM.

Other roles: Doctoral Programme Committee, 2002-2003

Additional Honours: WBS sole nominee for 2002 Journal of Management scholarship (SAMS)

Warwick Business School Scholarship

Economic and Social Research Council Scholarship

 

MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY, UK Sept. 1995 – Jul. 1996

Manchester Business School

M.Sc. Technology Management

Thesis: “The Impact of Electronic Media on North American Traditional Paper-Publication Industries”. Undertaken in collaboration with Abitibi Price, McKinsey & Co. Xerox PARC, Knight Ridder Publishing and the New York Times.

Other roles: M.Sc Programme Committee

Additional Honours: Economic and Social Research Council Scholarship

 

ASTON UNIVERSITY, UK Sept. 1991 – Jul 1995

Aston Business School

B.Sc. Management Studies (2.1)

Thesis: “Evaluating the strategic and economic value of IT investments in large enterprises: The case of PowerGen Plc.”

Other roles: University Governing Council representative

 

JOSIAH MASON COLLEGE, UK Sept 1989 – Jul 1991

A Levels Contract Law (B) English Language (B) Business (C)

Other roles: Elected Student Representative to College Council

Additional Honours: Highest graded student in Law and English Language


 

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY ENGAGEMENTS (1996 – 1999)

ACCENTURE, London, UK

Outsourcing Opportunities in European Telecommunications

CISCO SYSTEMS, Uxbridge, UK

Networking in European SMBs

Networking for European Financial Services

ORACLE, London, UK

Enterprise servers in Europe

Remote database management for SMBs

IBM, Uxbridge & London, UK

CRM in European retail markets

IT services in 2 dozen European industry sectors

Middleware in European banking and insurance

CAP GEMINI, London, UK

IT Services and Middleware in de-regulated EU Insurance

MICROSOFT, Paris, France & Uxbridge, UK

ISV / SI partnership opportunities in European energy, utilities, telecommunications and oil

Business applications for UK SMBs

NT in European financial services

PEOPLESOFT, London, UK

ERP in European financial services

SUN MICROSYSTEMS, London, UK

Servers and open-systems in European financial and telecommunications markets

SYNTEGRA, Middlesex, UK

CRM in European energy

3COM, Edinburgh, UK

Networking in European SMBs – joint venture with the Bank of Scotland

BT, London, UK

Outsourcing of CRM applications in European retail sectors

INTERGRAPH, Vienna, Austria

ERP in European energy, gas and oil

EDS, London, UK

Back-office remote management in European financial services & telecommunications

LOGICA, London, UK

CRM outsourcing in European banking

CMG, London, UK

Outsourcing in European insurance

NOMURA, London, UK

Improving IT sourcing and partnership with IT vendors

SEMA GROUP, London, UK

IT services and applications development in European non-UK energy, utilities and telecommunications

TRANSCO, Solihull, UK

CRM and remote data and customer management in de-regulated UK energy & utilities

DIXONS GROUP / 3COM, Middlesex, UK

Internet Provision for UK SMBs

FI GROUP, Middlesex, UK

IT services in European financial services, particularly insurance CRM


 

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCE PAPERS

Gollogly, M. “Fit as a Lens in Alliance Evolution”, Academy of Management Annual Conference, Louisiana, US, August 2004

 

COMMERCIAL PUBLICATIONS

Gollogly, M. & McGarvey, P. “Future of Pay Television”, 1997, Financial Times Management Reports

Gollogly, M. “The Digital Nervous System”, Dec. 1998, Microsoft White Paper

Gollogly, M. “Strategic Technology in Energy and Telecommunications”, Jan, Apr, June, Oct 2001, Cisco Systems Client Quarterly Report

Gollogly, M. “E-Business in European Energy & Telecommunications”, March 2000

Gollogly, M. “CRM in European Energy & Telecommunications”, June 2000

Gollogly, M. “IT in European SMEs”, April. 1998, Datamonitor Publications Plc.

Gollogly, M. “IT in European Investment Banking”, September. 1997, Datamonitor Publications Plc.

Gollogly, M. “IT in UK SMEs”, June. 1997, Datamonitor Publications Plc.

Gollogly, M. “IT in UK Utilities”, April. 1997, Datamonitor Publications Plc.

Gollogly, M. “IT in European Utilities”, Feb. 1997, Datamonitor Publications Plc.

 

TEACHING / TRAINING / CONFERENCES

AT&T, London, UK Sept 2003

“Fit as a Lens in Alliance Evolution”

WARWICK BUSINESS SCHOOL, Coventry, UK Oct 2002 – Mar 2004

Teaching Assistant, MarkStrat Marketing Strategy Simulation

CISCO SYSTEMS, Uxbridge, UK

“Networking Opportunities in European Energy & Telecommunications” Jan – Dec 2002

“Future of IT in European Energy & Telecommunications” June 2000

“Future of IT in European Energy & Telecommunications” June 1998

Future of Networking in European SMBs” Jan – Jun 1998

MICROSOFT, Paris, France January 1999

“Software, Services and Opportunities for Collaborative Partnership in European Energy & Telecommunications”

ABITIBI PRICE, Toronto June 1996

“Impact of Electronic Publishing on North American Traditional Media”

SUN MICROSYSTEMS, London, UK June 2000

“E-Business in European Energy & Telecommunications”

SOFTWARE AND SERVICES ASSOCIATION, London, UK April, 1997

“IT in European Energy & Telecommunications”