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Rajkumar Kempaiah
Raj Kempaiah Assistant Professor of Business and Economics
Center for E-learning Excellence Coordinator

Ph.D., Stevens Institute of Technology
M.E., University of Mysore
B.E., Bangalore University

Areas of Interest
  • IT-Business alignment
  • IT Consulting

Recent Courses 
  • BUSN 210 Quantitative Methods
  • BUSN 303 Fundamentals of Information Systems I
  • BUSN 316 Operations: Methods and Systems
  • BUSN 413 Financial information Systems
Professional Affiliations
Association of Information System  (AIS)

Recent Publications
Key Issues for IT Executives 2008, MISQE Vol.8 No.3, September 2009 (Co-authored with Jerry Luftman )

Key Issues for IT Executives 2007, MISQE Vol.7 No.2, (2008)  (Co-authored with Jerry Luftman )

An Update on Business-IT Alignment: “A Line” Has Been Drawn, MISQE Vol.6 No.3, September 2007 (Co-authored with Jerry Luftman)             
IS Organization of the Future: The IT Talent Challenge.  Information Systems Management Journal 24:129-138 Spring 2007 (Co-authored with Jerry Luftman)      

Key Issues for IT Executives 2005, MISQE Vol.5 No.2, June2006 (Co-authored with Jerry Luftman and Elby Nash)

Is there a Tech Talent Shortage? (Co-authored with Jerry Luftman and Chris Bullen) Information Week, January 12, 2008        

Tips for Recruiting and Retaining IT Talent (Co-authored with Jerry Luftman) Information Week, September 22, 2007

Book Chapter
Managing IT Professionals: Human Resource Consideration (Co-authored with Jerry Luftman)

Conference Publications
Strategic Alignment Maturity: Analysis of Indian Software Companies and Global Benchmarking
Academy of Business Research, New Orleans, March 2013

Global Analysis and Benchmarking Strategic Alignment Maturity in IT Service Industry:
South Dakota International Business Conference, Rapid City, South Dakota, September 2011

Strategic Alignment Maturity: A Structural Equation Model Validation. AMCIS Conference,  Toronto, August 2008  (Co-authored with Jerry Luftman)

Read more about Dr. Kempaiah in the Winter 2012 Newsletter