Business  &  Information  Technology
Business and Information Technology
Future Students  |  Current Students  |  Academics  |  Alumni   |    Giving   |   Faculty & Staff   |   Visitors  |   Athletics

Business 
and Information Technology

Academics »

Learn about the 60+ degrees and programs we offer. And discover the outstanding enrichment opportunities available to you.

Lance Revenaugh

D.   Lance   Revenaugh

Associate Professor
ELC 326
(406) 496-4411
E-mail Lance Revenaugh


Biography

Dr. Revenaugh came to Montana Tech in 2011 and teaches management and information technology courses. His education includes a Ph.D. in Decision and Information Systems from Arizona State University and BBA-Management and MBA degrees from Baylor University. He has been in full-time higher education since 1985, having served at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Wilberforce University, Thunderbird--The American Graduate School of International Management, City University of Hong Kong, and Biola University.

His consulting and research is focused on implementation of major organizational change. Specific areas of research include business systems analysis, IS strategy implementation, Enterprise Systems, and global information management. He has worked with several students on research projects resulting in student conference presentations and journal publications. In addition to information systems and technology courses, he teaches Entrepreneurship and International Business.

Dr. Revenaugh is also the faculty advisor to the Montana Tech Soccer Club and serves as a coach for the local Butte Soccer Club.


Research Interests

Dr. Revenaugh has many journal publications, book chapters, panels, and has presented at conferences around the world. His consulting and research is focused on implementation of major organizational change. Specific areas of research include business systems analysis, IS strategy implementation, Enterprise Systems, and global information management. He has worked with several students on research projects resulting in student conference presentations and journal publications. In addition to information systems and technology courses, he teaches Entrepreneurship and International Business.


Non-Research Academic Interests

  • Educational Technology advisory board member—Cengage Learning publisher
  • Learning about and applying new technology
  • Integrating technology in student learning
  • Improving IT and business curriculum

Selected Honors & Awards

  • Track chair for the "Information Systems Strategy and Implementation" mini-track of the annual Americas Conference on Information Systems; 1996 - 2015.
  • Best Conference Paper award, International Academic Research Conference, April 2014.
  • Best Conference Presentation award, International Academic Research Conference, April 2013.
  • Best Conference Paper award, 22nd Annual IBSCA Conference, July, 1994.

Career In Brief

  • Associate Professor of Business and Information Technology, Montana Tech University, Butte, MT USA. (2011 to present)
  • Doctoral Adjunct Faculty, Colorado Technology University Online. (2009 to present)
  • Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management--Adjunct, Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio (2010 to 2011)
  • Business Administration Faculty, Central State University, (2007 to 2010)
  • Dean of Professional Studies, Wilberforce University, (2005 to 2007)
  • Associate Professor of Information Systems, Cedarville University, (2000 to 2005)
  • Clinical Professor of Information Systems, Thunderbird--The American Graduate School of International Management, (1996 to 1999)
  • Assistant Professor of Information Systems, City University of Hong Kong, (1993 to July 1996)
  • Consultant and Expert Witness (1993 to present)

Courses Taught

  • Management Information Systems
  • Management of Information Technology
  • Advanced Decision Making with Microsoft Access
  • Enterprise Systems
  • MS Office
  • MS Excel
  • MS Access
  • International Business
  • Entrepreneurship

Selected Publications

“The United States Department of Defense Enterprise System Implementations: Current Successes and Failures.” International Journal of Latest Research in Science and Technology, Vol: 3, No: 3, June 2014, pp. 147-153. (Co-author T. Cook).

“BYOD: Moving toward a More Mobile and Productive Workforce.” Proceedings of the International Academic Research Conference (IARC) 2014, San Francisco, CA, April 10-12, 2014 (co-author Michael Schweigert).

“Business and IT Strategic Alignment: the Impact of an Enterprise Resource Planning System.” Journal of Scholastic Inquiry: Business, Vol: 1, No: 1, Fall 2013. (Co-author M. Muretta).

“Information Systems Strategy & Implementation: A Decade of Change.” Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems, Keystone, CO, August 2007 (co-author R. Papp).

“A Biblical View of the Human Manufacturer: Foundational Implications for Information Management and Research.” Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Business, Honolulu, HI, June 18-22, 2002.

"Business Process Reengineering: The Unavoidable Challenge." Management Decision, Vol: 32, No: 7, 1994, pp. 16-27.

"Developing Information Technology Strategists." Journal of Management Systems, Vol: 7, No: 1, 1995, pp. 59-70. (Co-author M. Martinsons).

"The Key to Managing Information Globally: Flexible People." Thunderbird on Global Strategy. New York:John Wiley and Sons Publishers, May 2000.


Personal Interests

Faith, family, and athletics

Wife of 28 years, 2 sons and 8 daughters

Tennis, soccer, basketball, skiing, and exploring America with family