Jan Recker, Terry College’s inaugural visiting international scholar and Alexander-von-Humboldt Fellow and Nucleus Professor for Information Systems and Digital Innovation at the University of Hamburg, has built a career studying the different ways people put technology to work.
Terry College of Business faculty collaborated on three research projects receiving funding from the 2023 round of Presidential Interdisciplinary Seed Grants at the University of Georgia.
Salge and co-authors — Elena Karahanna of UGA and Jason Thatcher of the University of Colorado-Boulder (formerly of Temple University) — recently won best paper awards from the Association for Information Systems, the academic association for information systems scholars, and from MIS Quarterly, a premier information systems journal, for their investigation into the ways bots impact the information ecosystem online.
With the rapid pace of technological change, the most significant thing an academic program can give its students is the ability to evolve, said Gerald Kane, who was named head of the Terry College of Business Department of Management Information Systems on Jan. 1.
“Location, location, location” may be the mantra when choosing the right home, but new research from the University of Georgia finds it also might be key when choosing the right real estate agent.
Faculty from the Terry College of Business Department of Management Information Systems were honored for their contributions to the field by the Association for Information Systems. “We are extremely fortunate to have two such outstanding scholars in our department,” said Gerald Kane, head of the MIS department and the C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry […]
Not understanding the financial value of customers makes it impossible to make a case for the ROI of customer investments, argues University of Georgia Terry College of Business marketing professor Neil Bendle. Bendle has written several academic papers on the value of customers and how marketers can show the financial impact of their work. Now, he’s brought that research together in The Customer Asset: Understanding and Managing its Value.
The Terry College of Business presented its annual awards for outstanding teaching, research and service to five faculty members in December. The award winners were chosen based on nominations by their peers.
Almost 600 leaders from across North Georgia gathered Dec. 11 at UGA’s 2024 Georgia Economic Outlook.
Pressure from investors, in the form of lawsuits and shareholder proposals, has the potential to remake the legal landscape and force companies to disclose and address climate risks.