Enid Mumford

Updated: 11/16/2019 by Computer Hope
Enid Mumford

Name: Enid Mumford

Born: March 6, 1924

Death: April 7, 2006 (Age: 82)

Computer-related contributions

  • British social scientist, computer scientist known for her work on human factors and socio-technical systems.

Significant publications

  • Progress: the continuing journey of an expert system. Wiley. (1989).
  • Effective Systems Design and Requirements Analysis: the ETHICS Approach. Macmillan. (1995).
  • Systems Design: Ethical Tools for Ethical Change. Macmillan. (1996).
  • Dangerous Decisions: problem solving in tomorrow's world. Plenum. (1999).
  • Redesigning Human Systems. Idea Publishing Group. (2003).

Honors and awards

  • Awarded the American Warnier Prize for her contributions to information science (1983).
  • Honorary Doctorate by the university of Jyvaskyla in Finland (1996).
  • The only British recipient of a Leo Lifetime Achievement Award for Exceptional Achievement in Information Systems (1999).