Founded in 2002, AIMTech (Adaptation Information Management and Technology) is a Research Centre within the Leeds University Business School. The group’s work is focused on the inter-relationship between new technologies, information management and organisational change.

The main academic research areas within AIMTech are information behaviour and practices, information systems innovation, evaluation of information systems and the design of information services and systems.

A prominent component of AIMTech’s activities is the on-going transfer of knowledge to both the public and the private sectors.  Work within the group is informed by Activity Theory which forms a theoretical bedrock for most of our projects.

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Professor Allen gave an invited presentation at One Whitehall Place, London
03 December 2015

Professor Allen gave an invited presentation on “Policing, Information Technology and Austerity” on Thursday 8 October at One Whitehall Place, London.He also participated in the annual European...

AIMTech Attend EGOS 2015
14 August 2015

AIMTech has a considerable presence at the 31st Colloquium of the European Group for Organizational Studies, which took place in Athens from 2nd – 4th July. David Allen, Stan Karanasios and Alistair...