Debabroto (Dave) Chatterjee

Associate Professor

Office
304 Brooks Hall
310 Herty Drive
Athens, GA 30602
Phone Numbers
Work 706-583-8108
Email Address

Education

Degree Field of Study Institution Graduation Year
PhD
  • Management Information Systems
Florida State University
1997
MBA
  • Business/MIS
East Carolina University
1992
Chartere
  • Accountancy
Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
1988
BS
  • Business
University of Calcutta
1985

Research Interests

  • Leveraging the strategic potential of Internet and Web related (platform-independent) technologies.
  • Measuring the impact of IT investments on firm performance.
  • Role of IS leadership in creating an IT-conducive organizational climate.

Areas of Expertise

  • IS implementation and Change Management
  • Leveraging the strategic potential of information technologies
  • Measuring and communicating the business value of IT
  • Reducing the disconnect between technical and business people in organizations.
  • Transformation of the Enterprise through e-Business

Awards

Award Name Awarded By Year Awarded
Scholarship of Engagement Grant
Office of the Vice President for Public Service and Outreach
2009
Outstanding Executive MBA Professor of the Year
University of Georgia
Terry College of Business
2007
Outstanding Teaching Faculty Award
The University of Georgia
2007
Reviewer of the Year
Journal of Strategic Information Systems
2006
Outstanding Service Award
Student Career Center
2005
Terry Sanford Research Award
University of Georgia
Terry College of Business
2005
Leadership Research Consortium Grant
Institute of Leadership Advancement, Terry College of Business,
2004
MIS Teacher of the Year Award
Alpha Kappa Psi, The University of Georgia
2002
Advanced Practices Council Research Grant
Advanced Practices Council of SIM
2001
Boeing Faculty Fellow Award
The Boeing Company
1998
University Dissertation Grant
Florida State University
1997
University Fellowship
Florida State University
1996
Teaching Excellence Award
Florida State University
1996
University Teaching Associate
Florida State University
1996
Beta Gamma Sigma (National Honor Society)
East Carolina University
1992
Alpha Iota Delta (Decision Sciences Honor Society)
East Craolina University
1992
Outstanding MBA Student Award
East Carolina University
1991

Editorial Appointments

Position Name of Journal Year(s)
Editorial Board Member
Journal of Strategic Information Systems
2005 - present
Editorial Board Member
Journal of the Association for Information Systems
2006 - 2009

Service

Organization Title Year(s) Service Type
Terry College MBA Committee
Terry College MBA Committee 2006 - present University
Society for Information Management, Atlanta Chapter
Society for Information Management, Atlanta Chapter 2008 - present Professional
Terry College MBA Committee
Member 2006 - present University
Society for Information Management, Atlanta Chapter
Chairman 2008 - present Professional

Selected Publications

Journal Articles

  • Segars, A.H., and Chatterjee, D. 2010. Diets That Don't Work: Where Enterprise Resource Planning Goes Wrong. The Wall Street Journal.
  • Chatterjee, D. Segars, A.H., and Watson, R.W. 2006. Realizing the Promise of E-Business: Developing and Leveraging Electronic Partnership Options. California Management Review.
  • Chatterjee, D., Grewal, R., and Sambamurthy, V. 2002. Shaping up for E-commerce: Institutional Enablers of the Organizational Assimilation of Web Technologies. Mis Quarterly, ((26:2)):65-89.
  • Chatterjee, D., Pacini, C., and Sambamurthy, V. 2002. The Shareholder Wealth and Trading Volume Effect of IT Infrastructure Investments. Journal Of Management Information Systems, ((19:2)):7-43.
  • Looney, C., and Chatterjee, D. 2002. Web Enabled Transformation of the Brokerage Industry: Analysis of Emerging Business Models. Communications Of The Acm, ((45:8)):75-81.
  • Chatterjee, D., Richardson, V., and Zmud, R.W. 2001. Examining the Shareholder Wealth Effects of New CIO Position Announcements. Mis Quarterly, ((25:1)):43-70.
  • Segars, A.H., and Chatterjee, D. 1010. Diets That Don't Work: Where Enterprise Resource Planning Goes Wrong. Mit Sloan Management Review.