Leon A. Kappelman


Information Sciences


College of Business




(940) 565-4698


Professor Kappelman's professional expertise includes topics such as e-commerce, e-business, and e-government; electronic data interchange (EDI); end-user computing (EUC); enterprise architecture; evaluation, assessment, and bench marking of information systems; information system development, information system implementation, software engineering, human factors in information systems; information system research methods and metrics; legal, ethical, public policy issues in information system management, development, and use; management of change in organizations, information technology transfer; management of information assets in organizations, management of information systems (MoIS), IS governance; management information systems (MIS); personnal and career issues for information system professional, managing information system professionals; questionaire and instrument development and validation; and the year 2000 computer date problem (Y2K)


Ph. D., Management Information Systems, Georgia State University, 1990 MBIS, Management Information Systems, Georgia State University, 1988 BA, History, Ohio State University, 1969


Edited or co-edited four books, author of Information Systems for Managers, authored over 40 peered-reviewed research and over 50 editorally-reviewed journal articles.