Reagan Ramsower, PhD, is professor of Information Systems in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. He is internationally recognized for his pioneering work in 1984 on telecommuting and has published several books and numerous articles in the journals of accounting and information systems. In 2000, Dr. Ramsower in Baylor’s administration where he held the roles of Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Information Officer, and Dean of Libraries. In these roles he was responsible for operations and facilities, budget and accounting, the endowment, strategic planning, human resources, compensation and benefits, public safety, enrollment management, information systems and libraries. Ramsower serves on the board of several businesses.
Ramsower was named an Outstanding Baylor Professor in 1988, Outstanding Baylor Alumnus in 1991, and Most Popular Business Professor in 1999.
- 1983 – PhD, Management Information Systems, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
- 1976 – MS, Economics, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
- 1974 – BBA, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
- MIS/MGT 4340 – Project Management (2020 – current)
- MIS/MGT 5331 – Project Management (2020 – current)
- MIS/MGT 4V98 – Advanced Project Management (2023)
- MIS/MGT 5V98 – Advanced Project Management (2023)
- Strategic alignment of organizational projects to achieve mission and vision – project portfolio management
- Establishing, re-engineering, and improving organizational processes
- Business intelligence, knowledge management, digital libraries, and electronic publication
- Efficacy of using technology to mitigate the organizational and behavioral impact of remote and hybrid work
- Ramsower (1983) Telecommuting: The Organizational and Behavioral Effects of Working at Home, UMI Research Press
- Baird, Rosenbaum, Ramsower (2000) Cyberethics: Social and Moral Issues in the Internet Age, Prometheus Books