Kelley School of Business
Senior Lecturer of Operations & Decision TechnologiesCourse Coordinator for K303Kimball International, Inc. Distinguished Lecturer

Kari Johnson is a senior lecturer of Operations and Decision Technologies and an award-winning educator with nearly twenty years at the Kelley School of Business. A master’s degree in instructional systems technology has provided Kari with a strong background in designing effective and efficient learning modules. These are skills she uses daily in her role as faculty coordinator of an undergraduate business analytics course with over 1,000 students per semester. These skills are also valuable to Kari as an author of the textbook Introductory Business Analytics, written with a team of K303 faculty to help business students master data-driven decision-making techniques and understand the value of data in today’s business environment.

Areas of Expertise

The Computer in Business, Technology in Business

Academic Degrees

  • MS Ed, Indiana University, 2004
  • Bachelor of Music, Belmont University, 1997

Awards, Honors & Certificates

  • Trustees Teaching Award (2004)

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