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William L. Fuerst

Professor
Primary office:
785-864-7566
Capitol Federal Hall
Room 4125
University of Kansas


Academic Areas

Information Systems

Education

PhD Texas Tech, 1979
Master's Northern Illinois University, 1973
Bachelor's Knox College, 1969

Interests

  • Emerging Information Technologies
  • MIS Strategic Planning
  • Information Resource Management
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Management Information Systems

Current Activities

Professor Fuerst served as Dean of the School of Business 2000 – 2011. As Dean, he was involved with every aspect of the school and its future - development, curriculum, alumni, the Advisory Board – and how the school can better serve students, businesses and faculty.

Selected Publications

"Information Technology and Sustained Competitive Advantage: A Resource-Based Analysis,. MIS Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 4, December 1995, pp. 487-506. With Francisco Mata and Jay Barney.

"An Empirical Analysis of MIS Ethics in Public Organizations,. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 15, No. 6, June 1996. With David B. Paradice and Ken Udas.

"Information Systems Management Issues in Central America,. Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Vol. 6, 1997, pp. 173-202. With Francisco J. Mata.

"Managing Information Technology for One-to-One Customer Interaction,. Information and Management, Vol. 35, No. 1, January 1999, pp. 53-62. With John D. Wells and Joobin Choobineh.

Teaching Interests

  • Emerging information technologies
  • Management information systems
  • Strategic planning of information resources
  • Systems analysis and design

Research Interests

  • Accounting
  • Information systems
  • Emerging information technologies
  • MIS strategic planning
  • Information resource management
  • Systems analysis and design
  • Management information system

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