Academic Appointments

Baylor University, Waco Texas, USA

Ferguson Professor of Information Systems
Program Director, IS Ph.D. Program Summer 2002 to present
• Teach PhD courses in IS Theory, Qualitative Research Methods, Conducting Literature Reviews, Contemporary IS Research.
• Teach Master’s level elective in Globalization and IT management.
• Recruit and select new PhD students
• Coordinate the qualifying work of PhD students
• Manage the doctoral consortium nominations and conference participation of students
• Oversee the course selections of students
• Coordinate oversees visits for students
• Coordinate visiting PhD students from abroad Fall,

The University of Mannheim, Germany

Visiting Professor Summers, 2005 to present
• Taught a graduate elective in Global Information Management
• Teach a PhD seminar on IS Theory (2005- present)

The University of Lund, Sweden

Visiting Professor

• Visit the university twice a year for a week to collaborate with PhD students
Appointment beginning January 2014

ETH-Zurich, Switzerland

Visiting Professor

• Taught a PhD seminar on IS Theory Summers, 2010 to 2012

INSEAD, France

Associate Professor

• Taught three MBA electives:
1. Electronic Commerce
2. IT Strategy
3. Management of Information Systems.

• Taught Executive seminars:
1. Electronic Commerce
2. Virtual Leadership
3. Knowledge Management

Fall 1997-2000

ITESM, Mexico

Visiting Professor

• Taught a graduate business course in international information systems with a focus on cultural differences between American and Mexican organizations.
Summer 1995

Southern Methodist University, Dallas Texas, USA

Visiting Associate Professor
• Taught MBA elective in E-commerce. Developed material for a week-long e-commerce seminar for Nortel Networks.
Fall 1999-Spring 2000

Texas Christian University, Ft Worth Texas, USA

Associate Professor

• Taught MBA IT Core Course Spring 2001 through Spring 2002

L’Université de Caen, France Visiting Professor

Visiting Professor

• Taught a graduate business course in intercultural communication with a focus on the impact of cultural differences on business communication.
November 1994. April 1996. May 1997.

The University of Texas at Austin, Texas, USA

Assistant Instructor

• Taught Introduction to Statistics for Business to undergraduate students
Fall 1991-Spring 1992

Research/Teaching Assistant
• Assistant for Statistics, Management Science, and Information Systems courses Fall 1987-Spring 1990