New study offers improved strategy for social media communications during wildfires
Research from the University of Notre Dame contradicts existing crisis communication theory that recommends DROs speak with one voice during the entirety of wildfire response operations.
When commitment to failing projects is perfectly rational
Charging ahead with a plan despite negative feedback has been at fault for failing projects around the world. Nicholas Berente, professor of IT, Analytics, and Operations, along with his co-researchers, studied the reasoning behind project escalation and why failing projects are not abandoned.
Automate or informate? Firms must invest in specific types of IT to improve working capital management
New research from the University of Notre Dame shows that information technology represents a critical investment that firms must make in order to make informed, objective and firm-specific working capital decisions that would result in improved performance.
How IT governance can make or break a university’s crisis response
Research from Yoonseock Son and Corey Angst reveals how centralized IT governance was more efficient than decentralized organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
3 tips for healthcare organizations to guard against vishing and smishing
Mendoza business professor Mike Chapple's op ed for Health Tech offers three tips to help providers protect themselves and their patients against different forms of phishing.
Health Tech Magazine
Which types of security assessments does your business need?
Mike Chapple, security expert and IT, Analytics and Operations professor, explores the fallacies and facts behind security assessments in an op ed for Biz Tech Magazine.
Biz Tech Magazine
ND Experts on the opportunities, concerns and impacts of AI
IT, Analytics, and Operations professors Nicholas Berente and Ahmed Abbasi, along with other Notre Dame experts, reflect on the opportunities, concerns and impacts of AI on different fields — including entertainment and media, the arts, politics, the labor market, education and business.
Notre Dame News
Cybersecurity expert offers seven tips to prevent identity theft during tax season
Cyber security expert and professor at Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business Mike Chapple offers seven tips to take control of personal information and reduce the risk of identity theft during tax season.
Protect your tax refund from identity theft with this quick tax trick
CNET interviewed cyber security expert and analytics professor Mike Chapple about how to lock down your tax return with an IP PIN from the IRS.
Research: Medical records’ impact on patient care
Inside Indiana covered research from Kaitlin Wowak and her coresearchers which shows that the sourcing strategy of electronic medical records chosen by hospitals impacts the quality of patient care.
Inside Indiana Business