JAMES WETHERBE

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SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS

  • Time and Technology: Competing for Customers in the Future
  • Implementation: Overcoming Resistance to Change
  • Achieving High Performance Teams
  • How to Be a Master Communicator

Categories

Communications | Future | Management | Retail | Stress Management | Teamwork | Technology | Education

Biography

Dr. James Wetherbe is Stevenson chair of Information Technology and executive director of the Institute for Internet Buyer Behavior at Texas Tech University. He was formerly the FedEx professor of excellence in MIS at the University of Memphis, professor of MIS and director of the MIS Research Center at the University of Minnesota, and a professor of MIS at the University of Houston.

James Wetherbe is internationally known as a dynamic and entertaining speaker, author, and leading authority on the use of computers and information systems to improve organizational performance and competitiveness. He is particularly appreciated for his ability to explain complex technology in straightforward, practical terms that can be strategically applied by both executives and general management.

James Wetherbe is the author of 18 highly regarded books including Information Technology for Management (2nd edition, Wiley Publishing, 1999), So, What's Your Point?, (2nd edition, Mead Publishing, 1996), The World On Time: 11 Management Principles That Made FedEx an Overnight Sensation (Knowledge Exchange, 1996) and Systems Analysis and Design: Best Practices (West Publishing, 1994). His book on FedEx was ranked as one of the Top 30 Business Books of 1997 out of 1400 published. Systems Analysis and Design was ranked by Computing Newsletter as the top textbook on the topic.

Quoted often in leading business and information system journals, Dr. Wetherbe has also authored over 200 articles, was ranked by Information Week as one of "the top dozen Information Technology consultants," and is the first recipient of the MIS Quarterly Distinguished Scholar Award.

James Wetherbe received a Ph.D. in Management Information Systems/Computer Science Management from Texas Tech University, and has spent more than twenty-five years in higher education and industry. His experience includes management, consulting, and technical positions in industry, and academic and administrative positions at several Universities. He has served as a consultant for a broad spectrum of private and public organizations.

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  • Information Technology for Management
  • god.online
  • The World on Time
  • So, What's Your Point?
  • Systems Analysis and Design: Best Practices

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