Welcome to a new issue of the Graziadio Business Review. This issue includes a variety of articles written by knowledgeable authors that we believe you will find informative, insightful, and engaging. Hiring Disabled Workers Bringing the Whole Community into the Workforce By MICHAEL CAFFERKY, DBA MDIV One of our most underserved and underutilized groups is the […]
After the 2012 HITS, Devendra Mishra wrote an article, “Information Technology Enables Transformation of Hollywood,” in which he discusses the expanding roles of CIOs and the new partnerships between CIOs and CTOs.
The mobile industry is growing rapidly both domestically and internationally. Many aggregators such as Mobile Messenger (MM) are concentrating on this industry as a new and thriving market.
Dr. Chun explains how today’s successful CIOs must not only use technology as a tool to reduce costs, but also as a means to generate revenue for the business.
President Obama has announced that the U.S. will withdraw nearly all troops from Iraq by the end of this year, with thousands of additional troops from both Iraq and Afghanistan returning the first couple of months into the new year. Are you prepared to comply with the law and reinstate employees who may have been on military leave for months…if not years…?
Dr. Karl Knapp, Associate Professor and Senior Advisor at the School of Business and Management at the Institute of Technology Bandung, Indonesia discusses the role of technology in society.
Zbigniew Krysiak, PhD, associate professor at the Warsaw School of Economics, shares lessons on Survival Enterprise Risk Management by Economic Capital.
Check out the full presentations by innovation and information technology experts from Sony, Guitar Center, County of Orange, and the Center for CIO Leadership.
From Information Systems to Innovation Systems: Establishing the Next Generation Information Systems Department
Pepperdine University’s Center for Applied Research is hosting a free conference on developing a world-class IS department and fostering innovation.
This issue, including articles, videos, book reviews, and audio podcasts, can be found at gbr.pepperdine.edu. We welcome your comments and feedback.