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Brian R. Salmans

Lecturer
Primary office:
785-864-6747
Capitol Federal Hall
Room 4107
University of Kansas


Summary

Academic Area

Information Systems

Education

  • Ph. D., University of North Texas (2009)
  • M.S., USAF Staff College (2005)
  • MBA, University of Nebraska Omaha (1994)
  • B.B.A., Baylor University (1989)

Research

Over 25 years of leadership and management experience in Department of Defense-level computer network security positions, software development program management, distance learning systems, and information and communication systems fielding in developing countries. Additionally, I possess a decade of experience in professional military and civilian education at the graduate and undergraduate level, online and face-to-face instruction and curriculum development.

Research Interests

  • Enterprise architecture within the context of IS development requirements
  • Cybersecurity
  • Information and communications technology for development

Selected Publications

Salmans, B. (2011). [Review of Cyberdetterence and Cyberwar and Cyber War, Martin Libicki; Richard Clarke and Robert Knake]. Joint Force Quarterly, 63(4), 151-152.

Salmans, B. (2010). EA Maturity Models. In L. Kappelman (Ed.), The SIM Guide to Enterprise Architecture: Creating the Information Age Enterprise. New York, NY: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group.

Burgess, L. Ramakrishnan, T. Salmans, B. & Kappelman, L. (2010). Enterprise Architecture Glossary. In L. Kappelman (Ed.), The SIM Guide to Enterprise Architecture: Creating the Information Age Enterprise. New York, NY: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group.

Kappelman, L. McGinnis, T. Pettit, A. Salmans, B. & Sidorova, A. (2010). Enterprise Architecture: Charting the Territory for Academic Research. In L. Kappelman (Ed.), The SIM Guide to Enterprise Architecture: Creating the Information Age Enterprise. New York, NY: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group.

Salmans, B. & Kappelman, L. (2010). The SIM Information Management Practices Survey. In L. Kappelman (Ed.), The SIM Guide to Enterprise Architecture: Creating the Information Age Enterprise. New York, NY: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group.

Salmans, B. (2010). Information security within DOD supply chains. IO Journal, 1(4), 34-39.

Salmans, B. Kappelman, L. & Pavur, R. (2009). Organization Size, IT Capabilities, and Enterprise Architecture Perceptions: Dark clouds on the ERP horizon? In Proceedings of the 15th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2009), San Francisco, 6-9 August 2009.

Salmans, B. Kappelman, L. & Pavur, R. (2009). Validating Determinants of Information Systems Development Maturity Model. In Proceedings of the Southwest Decision Sciences Institute (SWDSI) Annual Conference, Oklahoma City, 25-28 February 2009.

Salmans, B. Kappelman, L. & Pavur, R. (2009). Validating Determinants of Information Systems Development Maturity Model. In Proceedings of the National Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) Annual Conference, New Orleans, 14-17 November 2009.

Kappelman, L. McGinnis, T. Pettit, A. Salmans, B. & Sidorova, A. (2008). Enterprise Architecture: Charting the Territory for Academic Research. In Proceedings of the 14th Americas Conference on Information Systems, (AMCIS 2008), Toronto, ON, Canada (14-17 August 2008).

Kappelman, L. & Salmans, B. (2008). Information Management Practices Survey 2007 Preliminary Report: The State of EA: Progress, not Perfection. Society for Information Management Enterprise Architecture Working Group. http://eawg.simnet.org


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