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Posted by: Brook Pritchett

AIS Success Strategies Webinar 
Achieving Academic-Industry Collaboration with Departmental Advisory Boards 

Thursday, June 18, 2015 11 a.m. EST

 

 

Advisory boards are an effective tool for sustaining industry-academic collaboration. Linkages through boards are deep and can enable the conversations needed to exchange knowledge and produce human capital. Yet, advisory boards are complex entities that require significant management. In this webinar, we will debate the advisory board value proposition and compare the mission, governance, recruitment, and role of board members across four different institutions in the U.S. This webinar will provide archetypes and best practices for implementing advisory boards at your institution. We hope to encourage colleagues to create and sustain valuable industry-academic collaboration. 

 

This webinar is based on a paper in MISQE on advisory boards. See: “Achieving academic-industry collaboration through departmental advisory boards.” Munir Mandviwalla, Bruce Fadem, Michael Goul, Joey F. George, and David P. Hale. MISQ Executive, 14:1, pp. 17-37, March 2015. The presenters for this webinar include:


 

Munir Mandviwalla (mandviwa@temple.edu) is Associate Professor and founding chair of the Management Information Systems department and Executive Director, Institute for Business and Information Technology, Fox School ofBusiness, Temple University. He founded the Fox School’s MIS department in 2000, which is consistently ranked in the top 15 by U.S. News & World Report and No. 1 in the world for research. He led the creation of AIS student chapters and is currently leading a nationwide study on the IS job market. His research interests include design science, social media and broadband policy

Bruce Fadem (fademb@comcast.net) is retired Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Wyeth. Prior to that, he held senior positions at BankAmerica Corporation and First Pennsylvania Bank. He received the Society for Information Management (SIM) 1991 Partners in Leadership Award for the implementation of the first microcomputer branch automation system, Temple University Fox 2002 IT Leader of the Year, Project Management Institute 2004 Earl E. Feight Award, and was selected as a ComputerWorld 2003 Premier 100 IT Leader. Under his leadership, Wyeth was recognized by InformationWeek as a Top 100 IT Innovator and ranked No. 1 one in the biotechnology and pharmaceuticals sector.

Michael Goul (Michael.Goul@asu.edu) is Chair and Professor of Information Systems, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks the school’s IS programs in the nation’s top 20. Goul

spearheaded a new interdisciplinary M.S. in Business Analytics program, a B.S. in Business Data Analytics program, and he launched the online version of the M.S. in Information Management program. His research interests include predictive analytics and services computing. Goul authored cases and conducted research at companies including American Express, eBay, Teradata and Intel. He recently served as Vice President of Programs for SIM’s Arizona Chapter.

Joey F. George (jfgeorge@iastate.edu) is Professor of Information Systems and the DeVries Endowed Chair in Business in the College of Business at Iowa State University. He studies deceptive computer-mediated communication. He was

the editor-in-chief of Communications of the Association for Information Systems and senior editor for MIS Quarterly and Information Systems Research. He was conference co-chair for the 2001 International Conference on Information

Systems (ICIS) and conference chair for the 2012 ICIS. He is a past president of the Association for Information Systems, an AIS Fellow and a recipient of the AIS LEO award.

David Hale (dhale@ua.edu) is Professor of Information Systems at the Culverhouse College of Commerce, The University of Alabama. He co-developed and heads one of the top 10 MIS programs, as ranked by Bloomberg Businessweek.

The university has honored him with its Outstanding Professor of the Year award and Outstanding Commitment to Teaching award. Recently, he chaired the State of Alabama’s Streamlining IT initiative. His research in IT modernization has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Defense and several other government departments, Procter & Gamble, Texas Instruments, General Motors and PwC, among others.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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