Barry Shore

Professor of Decision Sciences
Phone: 
603.862.3374
Office: 
Paul College 330
Barry
Fields of Specialization

Information systems, international management

Education

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin at Madison
M.B.A., University of Massachusetts at Amherst
B.S.E.E., Tufts University

Recent Research

[For complete list, please download CV]

Barnett, C. K., Shore, B. Reinventing Program Design: Challenges in Leading Sustainable Institutional Change. Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, 30(1), 16-35.

Shore, B., Manwani, S. (2009). The Financial Crisis on Wall Street: Complexity, Stability, and Information Technology. Journal of Global Information Technology Management, 12(1), 1-5.

"Failure Rates in Global IS Projects and the Leadership Challenge," Journal of Global Information Technology Management, 8(3), 2005, 1-5.

"Enterprise Integration Across the Globally Disbursed Service Organization", Communications of the ACM

"Failure Rates in Global IS Projects and the Leadership Challenge", Journal of Global Information Technology Management

Will MIS Disappear in the Required MBA Core Curriculum?", Proceedings of the 6th Annual Global Information Technology World Conference

"Cultural Asymmetries and the Challenge of Global Enterprise Integration", in Global IT Management: Issues and Perspectives, eds. Palvia, Palvia and Harris. Ivy League Publishing

"Cultural Asymmetries Between Headquarters and Foreign Subsidaries and Their Consequence on the Integrative Role of Information Technology" (with L. Iandoli, P. Rippa, G. Zollo), Global IT Management: Issues and Perspectives, eds. Palvia, Palvia and Harris. Ivy League Publishing

"Competitive Analysis of MIS in the MBA Core: Are Trends Putting Pressure on the MIS Course", Journal of Information Systems Education