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Erik Krogh, PhD

Practitioner Lecturer of Information Systems Technology Management
Graziadio Business School

Biography

Dr. Erik Krogh has been a full-time member of the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School faculty since 2014 and became the academic director of the business school's MS in Business Analytics program in 2017. He holds a PhD in Information Systems from Claremont Graduate University, an MBA from the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business, and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Management from the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School.

Dr. Krogh's extensive Information Systems practitioner experience spans 22 years. He began his career as a data analyst, rose to the rank of Divisional CIO. His IS experience spans multiple industries, including financial services, supply chain/manufacturing, and government contracting.

He spent his IS practitioner career working in a variety of technical and managerial roles for companies ranging in size from small start-ups to large IT integrators, such as Computer Sciences Corporation. He previously held management positions at Indymac Bank, Hewlett-Packard, and ARAMARK Uniform Services.

Dr. Krogh is a member of the Southern California Chapter of the Society for Information Management (SIM) and participates in CIO roundtables where top Southern California IT executives discuss their real-world issues. He co-authored a paper that won the 2005 SIM "Best Paper Award" and has been published in MIS Quarterly Executive.

Education

  • Claremont Graduate University, Doctor of Philosophy, Information Systems

  • University of Southern California, Master of Business Administration

  • Pepperdine University, Bachelor of Science in Management, Magna Cum Laude

  • “Malus Analytics International: Combating the Menace of Shadow IT”, Ivey teaching case, 2018
  • “Managing Online in Perpetual Perfect Storms”, Management Information Systems Quarterly Executive December 2005.
  • "Mitigating the Enterprise Application Bottleneck with Low Code Development Platforms”, Western Decision Sciences Institute conference, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (2019)
  • “How Shadow IT Impacts the Audit Function”, Institute of Internal Auditors LA Chapter Conference, Universal City, CA (2018)
  • “Addressing the Shadow IT Challenge: Applications to Higher Education”, Western Decision Sciences Institute, Lihue, HI (2018).
  • “The Evolution of the Chief Information Officer Role: Chief Innovation Officer + Chief Marketing Officer?”, National Business and Economics Society, Honolulu, HI (2018).
  • “Leveraging Business Technology Ecosystems to Rapidly Deliver Digital Capabilities”, Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, SIM/MISQE Workshop Hawaii (2018).
  • “How Does Shadow IT Impact Project Management?”, Project Management Institute, Pasadena, CA (2017)
  • International Conference of Information Systems (ICIS) Society for Information Management (SIM) workshops: Milan, Italy (2013) and St. Louis, MO (2010).
  • Aspire Teaching Award, Pepperdine Graziadio Business School, 2019
  • First Prize (Society for Information Management Paper Competition ). (December 2005).
  • “Mitigating the Enterprise Application Bottleneck with Low Code Development Platforms”, accepted for presentation at Western Decision Sciences Institute conference, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (2019)
  • “How Shadow IT Impacts the Audit Function”, Institute of Internal Auditors LA Chapter Conference, Universal City, CA (2018)
  • “Addressing the Shadow IT Challenge: Applications to Higher Education”, Western Decision Sciences Institute, Lihue, HI (2018).
  • “The Evolution of the Chief Information Officer Role: Chief Innovation Officer + Chief Marketing Officer?”, National Business and Economics Society, Honolulu, HI (2018).
  • “Leveraging Business Technology Ecosystems to Rapidly Deliver Digital Capabilities”, Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, SIM/MISQE Workshop Hawaii (2018).
  • “How Does Shadow IT Impact Project Management?”, Project Management Institute, Pasadena, CA (2017)
  • International Conference of Information Systems (ICIS) Society for Information Management workshops: Milan, Italy (2013) and St. Louis, MO (2010).
  • “Managing Online in Perpetual Perfect Storms”, Society for Information Management Annual Convention “SIMposium”, Boston, MA (2005).

Courses

  • ISTM 476, Information Systems for Business and Management (Undergraduate IS core)
  • ISTM 603, Information Resources and Technology (Full time MBA, first component of IS core)
  • ISTM 613, Technology and Operations Management (Full time MBA, second component of IS core)
  • ISTM 624, Big Data Management (MS in Applied Analytics course)
  • ISTM 627, Marketing Informatics (MS in Applied Analytics course)
  • ISTM 654, Information and Process Systems (Fully Employed MBA IS core course)
  • ISTM 654FL, Information and Process Systems (Fully Employed MBA IS core course, flex modality)
  • ISTM 654OL, Information and Process Systems (Fully Employed MBA IS core course, online modality)
  • ISTM 662OL, Digital Innovation and IS Portfolio and Project Management (DIIS elective, online modality)
  • ISTM 664 Business Process Analysis and Innovation (on-ground and online)
  • ISTM 665 Digital Innovation and Strategic Transformation (online)