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Fred Niederman serves as the Shaughnessy Endowed Professor of MIS at Saint Louis University. His doctoral degree and MBA are from the University of Minnesota in 1990. He also has a BA degree in English literature from the University of California, Santa Barbara, in 1973. His research interests include global information management, MIS personnel, and using MIS to support teams and groups. Recently he has been investigating the integration of MIS functions after corporate mergers and acquisitions. He is a strong proponent of grounded theory and theory building as a way to enrich the MIS discipline and build intellectual content customized specifically to our field of practice. He serves on editorial boards for JAIS, CAIS, Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of International Management, and the Journal of Global Information Management. He is an active member in the ACM special interest group on MIS and former chair of the special interest group on computer personnel and is a founding member of the AIS special interest group on grounded theory. He is currently serving as co-program chair for the 2010 ICIS conference in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
Professor Niederman may be contacted at: [email protected]