Munir Mandviwalla

Associate Professor
Executive Director, Institute for Business and Information Technology



Dr. Munir Mandviwalla is Associate Professor of Management Information Systems and Executive Director of the Institute for Business and Information Technology at the Fox School of Business, Temple University.

Mandviwalla has published articles on collaborative systems, social media, virtual teams, software training, peer review, globalization, universal access and use, design science, social media strategy, broadband policy, and industry academic collaboration in Management Information Systems Quarterly, Information Systems Research, ACM Transactions on Computer Human Interaction, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, MIS Quarterly Executive, Communications of the ACM, and Public Administration Review.

His work has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF), SIM Advanced Practices Council, Lockheed Martin, Bell Atlantic, IBM, Microsoft Corporation, CIGNA Corporation, Advanta Corporation, and Lotus Development Corporation.

Mandviwalla currently teaches user experience design and has previously taught the undergraduate capstone course and the graduate introduction to information systems course for the MS Digital Innovation in Marketing, EMBA, and MBA programs. He has also taught executive education seminars on systems thinking for major firms such as NBCUniversal and QVC.

Mandviwalla founded the Fox School’s MIS department in 2000 and led the department till 2017. The MIS department is now recognized as one of the top in the world. Mandviwalla has contributed to the field by leading the creation of AIS student chapters, first ever national analysis of jobs in information systems, and the AIS Leadership Excellence Award.

As executive director of the Institute for Business and Information Technology (IBIT), Mandviwalla engages with industry at multiple levels including research and human capital development. IBIT provides knowledge, networking, professional development, and funding. IBIT is a model for industry engagement through the Temple IT awards, The IBIT Report, Analytics Challenge, Cyber Analyst Challenge, and IT advisory board. In 2019, IBIT inaugurated the Digital Innovation Foundry, whose mission is to generate innovation by assessing, integrating, and prototyping digital technologies in the new Capgemini Digital Innovation Lab. In 2020, IBIT is offering no-cost digital transformation services to small business and non-profits impacted by Covid-19.

Claremont Graduate University has recognized him with the Alumni Hall of Fame award. He received the Association for Information Systems Award for Outstanding Contribution to Information Systems Education in 2016.  The students in the MS Digital Innovation in Marketing program selected him as Faculty of the Program in 2016.

Mandviwalla holds a BSc in Systems Engineering from Boston University, a MBA from the Peter F. Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University, and a Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the Programs in Information Science at Claremont Graduate University.

For more details, see my CV.

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