Davis

Gordon Davis

Professor Emeritus
Information & Decision Sciences

Contact

Room 3-365 CarlSMgmt

Education:

  • BA/BS 1955
    Political Science and Accounting Idaho State University
  • MBA 1957
    Stanford University
  • PhD 1959
    Business Administration Stanford University

Expertise:

  • MIS planning
  • Information requirements determination
  • Management of knowledge work
  • Conceptual foundations for information systems

Selected Works & Activities.

  • Journal Articles
    "Management Information Systems," (ed.) Vol. III, Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management, 1997
  • Journal Articles
    "Writing the Doctoral Dissertation," with C. Parkers, Barron's Educational Series, 1997
  • Journal Articles
    "Personal Productivity with Information Technology," with D. Naumann, McGraw Hill, 1997
  • Journal Articles
    " Managing Information: How Information Systems Impact Organizational Strategy," with S. Hamilton, Business One Irwin, 1993
  • Journal Articles
    "Management Information Systems: Conceptual Foundations, Structure and Development," with M. Olson, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1st ed. 1974, 2nd ed. French, Chinese, Spanish, Indonesian and Dutch eds., 1985
  • Current Research

    Productivity from information technologies

  • Current Research

    Management of knowledge work

  • Scholarly Service

    ACM Fellow, 1996

  • Honors and Awards

    Honorary doctorate, Univ. of Zurich, 1995

  • Honors and Awards

    DPMA Outstanding Educator Award, 1993

  • Honors and Awards

    Honorary doctorate, Univ. of Lyon, France, 1990

  • Honors and Awards

    IFIP Silver Core Award, 1989

  • Editorial Appointments

    Editorial boards: Accounting, Management and Information Technologies, Information Systems Journal, MIS Quarterly

  • Administrative Appointments

    Publisher, MIS Quarterly

  • Scholarly Service

    Outstanding Alumnus, Idaho State University, 2002

  • Honors and Awards

    Award for Information Systems Excellence by Oakland University, 2000

  • Honors and Awards

    LEO Award for Lifetime Service to Field of Information Systems, AIS, 2000

  • Scholarly Service

    Fellow of the Association for Information Systems, 2000

  • Honors and Awards

    Honorary doctorate, Stockholm School of Economics, 1999

  • Scholarly Service

    President of Association for Information Systems, 1998

  • Scholarly Service

    U.S.A. representative, Technical Committee 8 (Information Systems), International Fed. for Info. Processing, 1982 -2001

  • Scholarly Service

    ACM representative to model IS curriculum design, from 1970 to present

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