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Information and Process Management

Today’s world is information-intensive, and companies need skilled business professionals who can use information effectively to stay ahead of competition by seeing, understanding, and managing information and processes across the length and breadth of the organization. In the Information and Process Management Department, we help you develop these skills through courses and hands-on training in applied business-IT systems.

Teaching Interests

Departmental Teaching Interests

Department interests include business process management, strategic information management, enterprise systems/SAP, designing for the value chain, business intelligence and big data and others.

Research Highlights

New Faculty Research

A number of Information and Process Management faculty have published research in leading journals and presented at industry conferences.

Student Presents at ICIS Workshop

PhD student Quang Bui presented "What is Being Reinvented? Toward a Conceptual Model of Reinvention" at the ICIS 2013 Diffusion Interest Group in Information Technology (DIGIT) Workshop in Milan.

Department News

Gogan Co-Chair of AMCIS Conference

Janis Gogan (IPM) became a co-chair of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) to be held in Boston in 2017.

Gogan President-Elect of NACRA

Janis Gogan (IPM) became President-Elect of North American Case Research Association (NACRA).