College:College of Business
Expertise: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)
Education:Ph. D., Management Information Systems, Georgia State University, 1990 MBIS, Management Information Systems, Georgia State University, 1988 BA, History, Ohio State University, 1969
Activities: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.