Articles by Owen P. Hall, Jr., PE, PhD, Julian Virtue Professor
Owen P. Hall, Jr., PE, PhD, Julian Virtue Professor, has more than 35 years of academic and industry experience in computer decision systems and technological forecasting. He has authored numerous technical papers and several books on computer-based management decision systems. The founder of a high-technology sensor company, Dr. Hall has also served on several government panels and corporate boards. Honored as a Harriet and Charles Luckman Distinguished Teaching Fellow in 1993, he has been involved in developing The Graziadio School's entrepreneurial and e-learning programs. Dr. Hall's current area of research includes the application of artificial intelligent agents to search engine technology and integrated learning systems. Specifically he is developing Internet based asynchronous learning nets for graduate management education. In 2012 he received a grant from GMAC to design a faculty collaboration network to enhance M-learning opportunities for students.
Today business schools are under growing pressure to engage in significant reforms due to globalization, rising tuitions, and unprecedented economic uncertainty.
Globalization is bringing about a radical rethink regarding the content and delivery of graduate management education.
An exploration of the potential of robotics for both increased productivity and ethical concerns, drawing on the history and looking toward the future of the industry.
An editorial on how universities can contribute to developing long-term, balanced solutions to globalization by incorporating e-learning.
This editorial encourages California to utilize the talents of management retirees to help alleviate our ongoing financial woes.
This article discusses the current Supply chain management directions, strategies, and tactics, and how organizations can improve their processes.
California businesses are scrambling to prepare for new regulatory requirements and increased consumer interest in “going green.”
It is our duty to provide the next generation with the tools to be successful in this increasingly digital-based global economy.
Distance learning has come a long way since Sir Isaac Pitman initiated the first correspondence course in the early 1840s. Today the Internet dramatically expands the opportunities for customized training at all levels of business and government. Corporate expenditures for e-learning in the private sector are estimated to be on the order of $20 billion [...]
User-friendly business intelligence systems help increase organizational participation as well as improve bottom line performance.