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Dong Ko

Assoc Professor , LCB Opers, Bus Analy, and Infor Stytems

314 Lindner Hall

513-556-7199

Dr. Ko is an associate professor in the Lindner College of Business at University of Cincinnati. He holds a doctorate in Management of Information Systems from the Katz Graduate School of Business.
Education

Ph D, University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA, 2002 (Information Systems)

MBA, George Washington University Washington, DC, 1993 (International Business)

BS, University of Maryland College Park, MD, 1988 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Investigators:Ko, Dong-Gil 01-2008 -06-2009 Research Council Knowing Which Project Control Strategies to Implement in 6500 Funded Type:Grant Level:The University of Cincinnati

Investigators:Ko, Dong-Gil 02-2008 -12-2008 Faculty Development Council IT Project Management: A Necessary Competence for Success 4000 Funded Type:Grant Level:The University of Cincinnati

Investigators:Ko, Dong-Gil 11-2003 -03-2004 Office of VP for Research Grants-in-Aid of Research 1000 Funded Type:Grant Level:Other

Investigators:Ko, Dong-Gil 03-1998 -12-1998 Center for International Business Research Organizational Learning and Transformation: Experiences of Korean ‘Chaebols’ 5525 Funded Type:Grant Level:Other

Investigators:Ko, Dong-Gil 03-1998 -12-1998 Samsung Korea Petrochemical Organizational Learning and Transformation: Experiences of Korean ‘Chaebols’ 4500 Funded Type:Sponsored Research Level:Private

Publications
Published Abstracts

Ko, Dong-Gil;Weidong Xia;Gwanhoo Lee Achieving Information Technology Outsourcing Project Success: Effective Management of Project Complexity and Control Processes .[Abstracy]

Ko, Dong-Gil;Choudhury, Vivek Knowing Which Project Control Strategies to Implement in IT Outsourcing Projects .[Abstracy]

Ko, Dong-Gil What’s Trust Got To Do with Transferring Knowledge in IS Projects? .[Abstracy]

Other Publications

Dennis, Alan; Ko, Dong-Gil; Clay, Paul Building Knowledge Management Systems to Create Loyal Users: Lessons from the Pharmaceutical Industry . Journal of Management Information Systems

Dennis, Alan; Clay, Paul; Ko, Dong-Gil From Individual Cognition to Social Ecosystem: A Structuration Model of Information Systems Use . MIS Quarterly

Kirsch, L.; Ko, Dong-Gil; Haney, M. Investigating the Antecedents of Team-Based Clan Control: Adding Social Capital as a Predictor . Oganization Science

Ko, Dong-Gil; Dennis, Alan Profiting from Knowledge Management: The Impact of Time and Experience . Information Systems Research

Ko, Dong-Gil; Dennis, Alan; Clay, Paul Building Knowledge Management Systems to Improve Profits and Create Loyal Users: Lessons from the Pharmaceutical Industry . AMIS research monograph volume Knowledge Management: An Evolutionary View of the Field

Ko, Dong-Gil; Kirsch, Laurie; William, King (03-2005. )Antecedents of Knowledge Transfer from Consultants to Clients in Enterprise System Implementations .29 (1 ), MIS Quarterly

Clay, Paul; Dennis, Alan; Ko, Dong-Gil (2005. )Factors Affecting the Loyal Use of Knowledge Management Systems . Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

Ko, Dong-Gil; Dennis, Alan (2004. )Sales Force Automation and Sales Performance: Do Experience and Expertise Matter? .24 (4 ), The Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management

Ko, Dong-Gil; Dennis, Alan (2004. )Who Profits from Knowledge Management?: A Case of Experience versus Expertise . Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

Ko, Dong-Gil; Kirsch, Laurie; King, William (08-2003. )Determinants of Inter-Firm Knowledge Transfer in Enterprise System Implementations: Transferring Knowledge from Consultants to Clients . Academy of Management

Kirsch, Laurie; Sambamurthy, V.; Ko, Dong-Gil; Purvis, Russel (2002. )Controlling Information Systems Development Projects: The View from the Client .48 (4 ), Management Science

King, William R.; Ko, Dong-Gil (05-2001. )Evaluating Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization: An Information/Knowledge Value Chain Approach .5 (14 ), Communications of the Association for Information Systems

Camillus, John; Ko, Dong-Gil (2001. )Managing the Future: Planning Paradigms and Scenario Development .3 (1 ), General Management Review

Ko, Dong-Gil (1999. )Information Requirements Analysis and Multiple Knowledge Elicitation Techniques: Experience with the Pricing Scenario System . Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

Additional Publications
Presentations
Invited Presentations

Ko, Dong-Gil (08-2003. )Distributed Knowledge Integration in Information Technology Management,” Showcase Symposium .Academy of Management Conference, Academy of Management, Seattle, WA. Academic. .Level:International

Ko, Dong-Gil (05-2002. )The Fourth Wave: Knowledge Revolution? .The First Big 10 IS Research Symposium, Universityh of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. Academic. .Level:International

Honors and Awards

12-2006 Dean"s Teaching Citations Award Recognition for outstanding teaching. Level:College Type:Teaching

12-2005 Dean"s Teaching Citation Award Recognition for outstanding teaching. Level:College Type:Teaching

12-2004 Dean"s Teaching Citation Award Recognition for outstanding teaching. Level:College Type:Teaching

12-2003 Dean"s Teaching Citation Award Recognition for outstanding teaching. Level:College Type:Teaching

12-2000 ICIS 2000 Doctoral Consortium Certificate One of 40 nominated and selected world-wide to participate. Level:International Type:Leadership

Service

Departmental Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee (Review one of our colleague"s reappointment process, and make a decision based upon materials provided. )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 03-2008 -08-2008

Undergraduate Program Committee (Ensure UG program guidelines are followed and decisions made regarding changes. Assume leadership role in facilitating and communicating department-related curriculum program changes. )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-2007

Co-Op Employer (I was invited by Gigi Escoe to attend this meeting. )Attendee, Meeting Type:University Level:University -06-20-2008

University General Education (Attended a meeting to discuss the role of the College of Business in working towards satisfying university"s GenEd requirements. )Attendee, Meeting Type:University Level:University -05-23-2008

International Conference on Information Systems (Identify reviewers, assigns papers for review, and make recommendations to accept or reject. )Editor, Associate Editor Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 12-2005

Academy of Management (Responsible for integrating a set of papers and offer feedback. )Discussant Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 08-2003

International Conference on Information Systems (Make decisions related to the conference including budget, location, and research programs among others. )Committee Member Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 12-2004 -12-2007

Americas Conference on Information Systems (Identify panelists, arrange topic for discussion, coordinate communication and logistics, and moderate the discussion. )Workshop Organizer Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 08-2005 -08-2005

Positions and Work Experience

09-2007 - Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati,

08-2002 -07-2007 Assistant Professor, Tenure-track faculty with the Kelley School of Business in the Information Systems department., Indiana University,

08-2001 -07-2002 Convertible Lecturer, Assistant professor role prior to moving into a tenure-track position., Indiana University,

05-2000 -08-2001 Visiting Assistant Professor, Visiting professor teaching in the graduate-only program in the School of Public Policy and Management., Carnegie Mellon University,

01-1999 -04-2000 Instructor, Instructor for the Katz Graduate School of Business and the College of Business Administration., University of Pittsburgh,

08-1996 -04-2000 Research Assistant, Research assistant in the doctoral program., University of Pittsburgh,

08-1993 -07-1996 Manager, Consultant to major firms specializing in systems integration., Accenture,

07-1991 -07-1993 Local Area Network Manager, Responsible for the operation of all computer network services for military hospital division., Science Applications International Corporation,

05-1990 -06-1991 Systems Consultant, Developed and managed military combat simulation training system., AMA Systems, Inc.,

06-1988 -04-1990 Systems Analyst/Consultant, Develop, implement, and manage communication systems for the Department of Defense., Advanced Research Corporation,

Research and Practice Interests

Knowledge Management Project Management

Professional Affiliation

08-1999: Member/Participant/Reviewer A leading professional association for scholars dedicated to creating and disseminating knowledge about management and organizations. Academy of Management, International

09-1996: Member/Reviewer/Associate Editor/Discussant/Session Chair A professional organization whose purpose is to serve as the premier global organization for academics and practitioners specializing in Information Systems. Association of Information Systems, International

12-2004 -12-2007: Executive Committee Member, Finance Chair A professional organization whose purpose is to serve as the premier global organization for academics and practitioners specializing in Information Systems. Association of Information Systems, International

Courses Taught

Contact Information

314 Carl H. Lindner Hall
Phone: 513-556-7199
Fax: 513-556-6278
donggil.ko@uc.edu

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Stephanie D Mack

Program Manager: BS Respiratory Therapy & Master of Health Informatics , CAHS Medical Lab Science

French East

513-558-7598

Education

Bachelor's Degree, Northern Kentucky University Highland Heights, KY, 2008 (International Studies )

Master's Degree, Marian University Indianapolis, IN, 2011 (Teaching )

Preferred Information

Program Manager: BS Respiratory Therapy & Master of Health Informatics, Mack , Stephanie

Contact Information

Academic -

Academic - French East Building
3202 Eden Ave.
Ohio, 45261
Phone: 513-558-7598
mackse@uc.edu

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David E Rapien

Asst Professor - Educator , LCB Opers, Bus Analy, and Infor Stytems

320 Lindner Hall

513-556-2702

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Victoria Wangia-Anderson

Assoc Professor Educ; Program Director - Health Informatics , CAHS Clinical & Health Info Sciences

French East

513-558-7518

  • Launch New Master of Health Informatics Program
  • Develop Graduate-level coursesin the Master of Health Informatics program
  • Teach Graduate-level courses in the Master of  Health Informatics program
  • Manage student recuritment, application, admission,  orientation and advising process
  • Hire, appoint and mentor program faculty and staff
Education

Ph.D., University of Minnesota Minneapolis, (Health Informatics)

MS, University of Tennessee Knoxville, (Information Science)

BS, Earlham College Richmond, (Biology)

Research Support

Grant: #5R01DK080111-02 Investigators:Dr. Shireman and Wangia 2010 -2012 NIH Are Cardioprotective Medications Effective in ESRD? Role:Supplement Award Completed Type:Grant

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Wangia, Victoria; Shireman, Theresa I A review of geographic variation and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applications in prescription drug use research.Research in social & administrative pharmacy : RSAP, ,9 (6 ),666-87

Wangia, Victoria (2012. )Testing an extended theoretical framework to explain variance in use of a public health information system.Online journal of public health informatics, ,4 (3 ),

Presentations
Invited Presentations

Victoria Wangia-Anderson (BAD DATE. )Introduction to Research Careers (Invited by Dr. LaSharon Mosley) .University of Cincinnati - West Campus, 645 Baldwin. Level:University

Victoria Wangia-Anderson (Invited by Ms. Shameka Neely) (11-12-2014. )Historical Perspectives -Modern Day Healthcare System: How the past influences today .University of Cincinnati - West Campus, Clifton Courts South room S15. Level:University

Poster Presentations

Victoria Wangia-Anderson and Malinda Reynolds (10-16-2014. )Tripartite Learning Framework: Is Our Health Informatics Program in Alignment? .Lilly Conference, Traverse City, MI. .Level:National

Victoria Wangia-Anderson and Malinda Reynolds (10-16-2014. )Tripartite Learning Framework: Is Our Health Informatics Program in Alignment? .Lilly Conference, Traverse City, MI. .Level:National

Positions and Work Experience

2005 -2013 Research Assistant Professor and Coordinator, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansasd City, KS

2003 -2005 Informatics Fellow, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA

Post Graduate Training and Education

2003-2005 Informatics Fellow, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ,Atlanta

2010-2011 Kansas Public Health Leadership Institute, Kansas

2014-2014 Data Analytics and Business Intelligence Training, IBM Training, IBM, ,Savannah GA

2003-2005 Georgia Institute of Technology Training, Database, Information Security and Project Management Training, Georgia Institute of Technology, ,Atlanta GA

11-07-2014-11-07-2014 Independent Applying the QM Rubric (APPQMR), This workshop explores the Quality Matters Project and Processes and will prepare you to be part of an initiative that positively impacts the design of online/blended courses and ultimately, student learning and success. QM is designed to improve the quality of online and blended courses by establishing a peer-reviewed quality assurance review process. You will become familiar with the Quality Matters standards and participate in a practice peer course review of an online course using the review tools. Participants in this hands-on workshop can be online/blended instructors, instructional designers, and/or faculty members & faculty developers. After successfully completing this workshop, you will be eligible to move into the Online Peer Reviewer Certification. In addition, you will gain ideas to improve your own courses using the QM Standards. , University of Cincinnati, ,Cincinnati

Keywords

health informatics, health information technology, public health, consumers, patients, public health informatics, health disparities, GIS, geographic information system

Research and Practice Interests

Past experience with  applied Public Health, U.S. health policy initiatives aimed at engaging the patient and clinicians in the use and adoption of health information technology and exchange, and addressing electronic health information privacy and security issues.

Research and Practice interests include: Health Information Technology Implementaion and Usability, Health Informatics, Healthcare Quality Improvement, Public Health , Telemedicine, Application of Geographic Information Systems, and Online learning and instructional design, Health Disparities and Patient-centered care.

Professional Affiliation

American Medical Informatics Association

American Health Information Management Association

Health Information Management and Systems Society

American Public Health Association

Faculty Development Activities

05-20-2013 -07-26-2013 Online Course Design and Development Fellowship College of Allied Health Sciences Cincinnati Type:Workshop

09-24-2013 -11-19-2013 CAHS Writing Fellows Certificate A special series of workshops geared to educate and train in pedagogical strategies for the development and implementation of writing across the curriculum assignments., College of Allied Health Sciences Cincinnati Type:Faculty Fellowship

11-07-2014 -11-07-2014 Applying Quality Matters Rubric This workshop explores the Quality Matters Project and Processes and will prepare you to be part of an initiative that positively impacts the design of online/blended courses and ultimately, student learning and success. QM is designed to improve the quality of online and blended courses by establishing a peer-reviewed quality assurance review process. You will become familiar with the Quality Matters standards and participate in a practice peer course review of an online course using the review tools. Participants in this hands-on workshop can be online/blended instructors, instructional designers, and/or faculty members & faculty developers. After successfully completing this workshop, you will be eligible to move into the Online Peer Reviewer Certification. In addition, you will gain ideas to improve your own courses using the QM Standards , University of Cincinnati Cincinnati Type:Workshop

Preferred Information

Assoc Professor Educ; Program Director - Health Informatics, Wangia-Anderson, Victoria PhD

Contact Information

Academic - French East
3202 Eden Avenue
Ohio, 45267
Phone: 513-558-7518
wangiava@ucmail.uc.edu

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Matthew James Wills

Asst Professor , CAHS Clinical & Health Info Sciences

French East

513-558-2018

Contact Information

Academic -

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Denise L. White

Asst Professor - Educator , LCB Opers, Bus Analy, and Infor Stytems

513 Lindner Hall

513-556-2228

Education

Ph D, College of Business, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio, To Present (Department of Quantitaive Analysis and Operations Management)

Master"s Certification in Project Management, Steven"s Institute of Technology 1997

MBA, Northern Kentucky University (Awarded Outstanding MBA Student) 1995

BS, Wilmington College Ohio, 1987 (Computer Science and Mathematics)

Publications
Published Abstracts

White, Denise;Froehle, Craig Allocation and Scheduling of Physician Assistants and Other Alternate Resources in an Outpatient Clinics .[Abstracy]

White, Denise;Froehle, Craig;Klassen, Ken Integrated Facility Allocation and Appointment Policies for Meeting Clinical Service Level Objectives .[Abstracy]

White, Denise;Magazine, Michael Outpatient Appointment Scheduling with Uncertainty in Patient Arrivals .[Abstracy]

Other Publications

White, Denise; Froehle, Craig M. Allocation and Scheduling of Physician Assistants and Other Alternate Resources in an Outpatient Clinics . UC College of Business WOrking Paper

White, Denise; Froehle, Craig Integrated Facility Allocation and Appointment Policies for Meeting Clinical Service Level Objectives .

Froehle, Craig; White, Denise; Halsted, Mark J Interruption and Forgetting in a Knowledge-Intensive Service Environment . Production & Operations Management

White, Denise; Magazine, Michael Outpatient Appointment Scheduling with Uncertainty in Patient Arrivals . UC College of Business Working Paper

Honors and Awards

2008 Cincinnati Innovations in Healthcare Delivery 2006 - 2008

2008 Graduate Assistant Excellence in Teaching Award

2007 Turner Scholar - Breakfast of Champions, Faculty Award Recipient

2006 Omega Rho Honor Society 2006 - Present Type:Scholarship/Research

2005 Merit-Based Assistantship 2005 - Present

2005 SEI Level 3 Team Award

1995 Outstanding MBA Student

1986 NCR Computer Scholarsihp

1983 Ohio Board of Regents Scholarship 1983 - 1987

1983 President"s Scholarship 1983 - 1987

Service

College of Business Graduate Student Government President Type:University/College Service Level:University 2007 -2008

College of Business Graduate Student Government Treasurer Type:University/College Service Level:University 2006 -2007

POMS - Healthcare Operations Track Co-Chairperson Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 2008 -2008

Research and Practice Interests

Capacity/operations management in healthcare services Scheduling policies for workforce and facility allocation Simulation modeling and analysis

Professional Affiliation

Speaker INFORMS, Washipton DC

Speaker Innovations in Healthcare Delivery Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio

Speaker Production and Operations Management Society, La Jolla, California

2007: Member Production and Operations Management Society,

2006: Member Institute for Operations Research and Management Science,

Courses Taught