Dr. Gwanhoo Lee Receives Research Grant
Dr. Gwanhoo Lee Received a research grant from IBM to study the role of Web 2.0 techonology in health care administration.
Dr. Erran Carmel's Article Selected as one of IEEE Software's 25th Anniversary Top Picks
As part of IEEE Software's 25th Anniversary celebration, IEEE embarked on compiling a compact list of recommended readings. Earlier this year, Dr. Carmel's, a renowned international expert on IT offshoring and outsourcing, article was selected by the journal's advisory and editorial boards as one of their Top Picks in history for full-length, peer-reviewed articles. The articles were selected on the basis of reader's interests, number of nominations it received, and number of downloads and citations it generated. IEEE Software is one of the oldest and most widely read of all computer magazines. It is one of the flagship journals of the IEEE professional association.
Bill DeLone’s Article was the Most Cited Paper and AU was Ranked 13th in Information Systems Field
A 2007 article published in the Communications of the Association of Information Systems (AIS) assessed and ranked the leading IS research articles based on citation analysis. Professor William DeLone's 1992 Information Systems Research article titled "Information systems success: The quest for the dependent variable" was ranked number one in the field by a large margin.
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Professor Erran Carmel got promoted to Professor
Dr. Erran Carmel at American University got promoted from Associate Professor to Professor in September 2008. Professor Carmel is an internationally renowned expert on IT offshoring and outsourcing. He is a frequent speaker at a number of conferences and meetings around the globe.
Professor Bill DeLone's 1992 Article was recognized as the Most Cited Paper in Information Systems Field
Last fall an article published in the Communications of the Association of Information Systems (AIS) assessed and ranked the leading IS research articles based on citation analysis. Professor William DeLone's 1992 Information Systems Research article titled "Information systems success: The quest for the dependent variable" was ranked number one in the field by a large margin.
Dr. Rich Schroth was Named a Top 25 Consultant in the World
Each year Consulting Magazine, the flagship publication of the professional consulting world selects their Top 25 Consultants in the World. This year, we are proud to announce that our own Executive-In-Residence, Dr. Richard Schroth, was named to that list. Rich is one of only a handful of individuals ever named to this list as single practitioner and was additionally identified by the magazine as one of the most influential thought leaders in technology today. There were over 400 nominations from over 90 Corporations. Consulting Magazine will make their formal public announcements of the winners in their June issue, where Rich will be featured along with 24 other consultants from around the world in a special featured section. An event in NY City is planned later this summer for the formal presentation ceremonies.
Professor J. Alberto Espinosa was granted tenure and was promoted to Associate Professor
Professor Espinosa got tenure and promoted to Associate Professor in Summer 2008. Professor Espinosa earned his doctorate in Information Systems from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. His research interests include information technology support for geographically distributed and time-separated collaboration. His current research focus is on global software teams, team cognition, team coordination and related human factors. His research has been published in Management Science, Organization Science, the Journal of Management Information Systems, Software Process: Improvement and Practice, top IS conference proceedings and a book chapter published by the American Psychological Association.
Prof. Gwanhoo Lee presents his research at Samsung SDS and two prominent universities in South Korea
Professor Gwanhoo Lee, associate director of CITGE, presented his research on software project management and CIO effectiveness to a dozen of senior IT managers at Samsung SDS in December 2007 and January 2008. In addition, he presented at Seoul National University and Yonsei University in South Korea.
SAP joins CITGE as a corporate sponsor
SAP officially joined CITGE as a corporate sponsor in May 2007. As a result, CITGE now has seven corporate sponsors including American Red Cross, Constellation Energy, Freddie Mac, General Motors, Marriott International, SAP, and the World Bank. Mr. Jim Dunham will represent SAP at CITGE meetings and events.
CITGE sponsors and participants recognized as leading IT users
Baseline Magazine released its 100 top CIO list in May. Four of the top 100 CIOs have been working with CITGE in various capacities. Congratulations!
- Ralph Szygenda, General Motors (#14): CITGE sponsor
- Carl Wilson, Marriott, (#28): CITGE sponsor
- Ed Anderson, Peace Corps (#80): CITGE participant
- Steve Cooper, American Red Cross (# 87): CITGE sponsor
In addition, CIO Magazine released its CIO 100 list in June. Four of the CIO 100 winners are associated with CITGE. Congratulations!
- Capital One Financial: CITGE participant
- Marriott International: CITGE sponsor
- Raytheon: CITGE participant
- U.S. Government Accountability Office: CITGE participant
George Westerman's book "IT Risk: Turning Business Threats into Competitive Advantage"
This new Harvard Business School Press book is based on research conducted by MIT's Center for Information Systems Research and Gartner. It will help companies focus on the most pressing risks and leverage the upside that comes with vigilance. Traditionally, managers have grouped technology risk and funding into silos. "IT Risk" outlines a new model for integrated risk management, which identifies three core areas that can be developed to eliminate the problems that silo strategies create. This book offers specific ways to make the most of this newfound advantage. And because IT risk is the responsibility of all senior executives - not just CIOs - this book describes the tools and practices in language that general managers can understand and use. George Westeman, the lead author of this new book, presented his work in the CITGE meeting in March of 2007.