Fogelman College of Business & Economics, November 2011

In this Issue...

Message from the Dean

FCBE Lands in Top 25 Percent in Key Ranking

$100,000 Donation Launches J. Austin Baker III MILE Endowed Fund

Callahan Earns Spot on Top Journal's Editorial Board

Open House, Ribbon Cutting Mark Launch of Avron B. Fogelman Center

McInish to Present at December NBER Meeting

AIS Student Chapter Selected for National Award

Bhagat Publishes 'Work Stress and Coping in the Era of Globalization'

Steinbauer Selected for 'Best Doctoral Paper'

Fogelman Professors Tapped for Pinnacle Executive Training

Authors Recognized for 'Best Papers of 2010'

Babakus, Pierce, Okunade Named Palmer Professors

Racer Wins Engaged Creative Teaching Award

Park Publishes Piece in Information and Management

Professors Jiang, McInish to Publish Study in Leading Finance Journal

Mortal to Publish Paper in Finance Research Journal

Professor Rezaee Publishes 'Financial Services Firms'

Allen Wins Academy of Management Perspectives Award

Kettinger's Book Recognized in Wall Street Journal

 

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Kettinger's Book Recognized in Wall Street Journal

Dr. William Kettinger

A book written by MIS Professor and FedEx Chair of Excellence holder Dr. William Kettinger (with Don Marchand and John Rollins), "Making the Invisible Visible: How Companies Win with the Right Information, People and IT," was recognized in the Monday, April 25, 2011, Wall Street Journal in an article titled "Making Sense of It all: Getting Knowledge From Information."

The article recommends five books executives need to read if they want to "... harness technology to make the most of information." Concerning Kettinger's book, Thomas Davenport states in the article that "... It describes the concept of 'information orientation' and how it produces better organizational performance. Based on a substantial research study, it's undeniably formulaic. However, I believe the formula they advocate is right on, and any CIO would benefit from trying it."

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