G. Lawrence Sanders, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Management Science and Systems in the School of Management at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He has served as the department chair and the chair of the PhD, program. He played a leadership role in developing a new for a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology and Management that was launched in 2019.
He is an associate editor for Decision Support Systems. He is currently a co-pi on a $2.39 million grant from the National Science Foundation to train future cybersecurity experts. His current research interests include psychological profiling of hacking behavior, privacy and security, business continuity, blockchain economics, game design, game addiction, and the role of gamification in social networking.
He has published papers in a variety of outlets such as Decision Support Systems, The Journal of Business, MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, the Journal of Management Information Systems, the Journal of Strategic Information Systems, the Journal of Management Systems, Decision Sciences and Communications of the ACM.
Anxiously waiting for your next article…
Sorry it took so long!
While reading Developing New Products and Services: Learning, Differentiation, and Innovation, I found one of the most appealing analytical tools presented was the integration of the Ten-Ten, SWOT and Porter’s Five-Force Models into a very practical application of these principles for strategic planning. Check out Chapter 8 for this integrated model for Strategic Plannig.
Thanks for the comments Rich.
I just mad a few minor changes to the templates. I moved the Strategy Canvas to the FAD template because it helps identify the product features that a company will focus on when positioning a product or service. I suspect that the Strategy Canvas will evolve over time.
Great class glad I spent the Weekend with you –
Love the marshmallow exercise …
Some great Hadoop videos for you review
Some latest information about Windows 8
This is a really nice intro!