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University of Delaware - Alfred Lerner College of Business & Economics

Jack J. Baroudi

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Title Professor of MIS, Senior Associate Dean of Academic Programs
Email baroudi@nospam61a19b22dd8f8.udel.edu
Office 203 One South Main Street
Biography

Education

  • Ph.D. in business administration, major: computer applications & information systems, minor: organizational behavior, New York University
  • M Phil., New York University
  • BSBA in MIS & quantitative methods, Boston University

Select Publications

  • Serva, M., Benamati, J. and Blue, J. Baroudi, J., “In Times of Stress, Be Bold and Valiant”: A Preliminary Exploration of the Psychosocial and Physiological Measures of Stress and Suggestions for Future MIS Research,” 2011 SIGMIS Conference Proceedings
  • Benamati, J., Fuller, M., Serva, M., Baroudi, J., “Clarifying the Integration of Trust and TAM in E-Commerce Environments: Implications for Systems Design and Management,” IEEE Transactions for Engineering Management, vol., 57, no. 3, pp. 380- 393, 2010.
  • Serva, M., Baroudi, J., and Kydd, C., “The Effects of Stereotype Threat on MIS Students: Are Our Female Students Underperforming?” Journal of Computer Information Systems, Winter 2009, pp. 142-150.
  • Blue, J., Serva, M., Baroudi, J., “Human versus Virtual Moments: A Proposed Theoretical Framework for Understanding Their Implications in the Workplace,” 2009 SIGMIS Conference Proceedings

Awards & Honors

  • Excellence in Teaching Award, UD Executive MBA Program, – Class of 2010
  • Designated a Highly-Cited Researcher by the Institute of Scientific Information, 2003
  • Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Organizational Computing, 2002 – 2011
  • Excellence in Teaching Award – NYU, 1987
  • ACM Recognition of Service, 1988
  • Organizational Consultant – Leadership and Executive Development
  • Director, Deutsche Bank – Global Equities Division (Equities Learning & Development)
  • Director, Cisco Systems, Inc – Workforce Development & Learning Technologies
  • Principal, Morgan Stanley – Human Resources & Training & Development