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Richard J. Goeke PhD

Associate Professor

  • PhD Management Systems 2006

    Kent State University (OH)

  • MBA Finance 1990

    University of Akron (OH)

  • BS Computer Science 1985

    Bowling Green State University (OH)

  • MIS 370 Business Analytics

  • MIS 358 Database Management Systems

  • MIS 290 Management Information Systems

  • QA 251 Elementary Statistical Analysis

  • IS 620 Database Systems

I like to explore problems using the quantitative-positivist approach, because I believe that research should solve real-world problems. This philosophical preference is an outgrowth of my 17 years of experience in an industry in which we collaboratively solve problems that impact multiple stakeholders. Because Information Systems (IS), Business Process Improvement (BPI), and analytics cut across most business functions, my skills were deployed in a variety of areas, including marketing, accounting, operations, and research and development. Therefore, my research interests tend to focus on the end-user and business value issues germane to IS, BPI, and analytics and tend to be interdisciplinary.

Selected Awards

  • Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award (2010, 2014, 2016)

  • Summer Research Grant (with Dr. Antonucci, 2010, 2014)

  • Distinguished Research Paper Award, Decision Sciences Annual Conference 2009

Selected Publications

  • Goeke, R. J., Faley, R.H., Brandyberry, A.A., and Dow, K.E. (2016) “How experience and expertise affect the use of a complex technology”.  Information Resources Management Journal, 29(2), pp. 59-80.

  • Crowne, K.A., Goeke, R.J., and Shoemaker, M. (2015) “Enhancing international assignees’ performance with online social networks”.  Journal of Global Mobility, 3(4), pp. 397-417.

  • Goeke, R.J., & Antonucci, Y.L. (2013). Differences in business process management leadership and deployment: Is there a connection to industry affiliation?. Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ), 26 (2), 43–63. doi:10.4018/irmj.2013040103