James Paul is an MBA program research assistant for the Management Department of St. John's University's Tobin College of Business, USA.
Schiro Withanachchi is an MBA program research assistant for the Management Department of St. John's University's Tobin College of Business, USA.
Robert J. Mockler is the Joseph F. Adams professor of Management at St. John's University's Tobin College of Business, USA (BA/MBA, Harvard; PhD, Columbia). He is director of the Strategic Management Research Group and its Centers of Case Study Development and of Knowledge-Based Systems for Business. He has authored/co-authored more than 50 books/monographs, more than 200 case studies, and more than 250 articles, book chapters, and presentations. He has lectured, consulted, and taught MBA courses worldwide, received national awards for innovative teaching, and been a Fulbright Scholar.
Marc E. Gartenfeld is an adjunct professor in the Marketing Department of St. John's University's Tobin College of Business, USA (BS/MBA, St. John's University). He is associate director of The Strategic Management Research Group and the Center for Case Development and Use. He has co-authored more than 40 journal articles, conference presentations and table topic papers, textbook instructor's guides, and case studies in the areas of Multinational Strategic Management, Expert Knowledge-Based Systems, Entrepreneurship, and Application Service Providers. One of his co-authored papers won a Distinguished Paper award in 2002. He is also the recipient of the 2001 Teaching Excellence award and Professor of the Year award both from the Tobin College of Business.
William Bistline is an associate professor of management at the Tobin College of Business, St. John's University, Staten Island, New York, USA (PhD, Drexel University). He is the director of the Entrepreneurial Institute at St. John's. After working in industry and starting three companies he entered academia. He is an active member of the NCRA, The SECRA, the DSI, and an officer in the NDSI. His research has appeared in prestigious journals. In addition to case writing activities and the Entrepreneurial Institute, his research interests include electronic commerce and developing Decision Support System models. His teaching interests include the development of effecting methods for using technology in the classroom, including distance learning and student based community service work.
Dorothy G. Dologite is a professor of Computer Information Systems at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York, USA. She has written 12 books and many articles related to computer information systems. Her 15 years of computer industry experience before becoming an educator includes positions with computer hardware and software firms. She lectured and conducted workshops on computers in China, Russia and many other countries. She was a Fulbright Scholar in Malaysia on a strategic information systems project. Her research interests include applying knowledge-based system technology to management decision-making, diffusing technology in small businesses and in developing countries, and exploring creativity in information system products, processes and people.