George Wyner

associate professor of the practice - information systems at Carroll School of Management


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Carroll School of Management

George Wyner is Associate Professor of the Practice of Information Systems at the Carroll School of Management. Professor Wyner does research on the analysis and design of organizational processes and the information systems that support them, and has published articles on these topics in Management Science, MIS Quarterly, Information Systems, and other journals.  He focuses on teaching technology to management students in a way that is engaging and managerially relevant.  This usually involves getting hands on with new technologies.  

Prior to joining Boston College, Professor Wyner was on the faculty at Boston University''s School of Management, where he took a leading role in the development of the technical curriculum for a dual MBA/MSIS degree.  He has an extensive collection of tech themed t-shirts.  Professor Wyner did his undergraduate work in Mathematics at Harvard College and holds a PhD in Management from MIT.

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