Dwayne Whitten

Clinical Associate Professor 
Mays Teaching Fellow

Biography

Dr. Whitten joined Texas A&M in the Fall of 2005. Previously, Dr. Whitten worked as a programmer/analyst with Arkansas Systems, Inc., and as the Microcomputer Coordinator at Ouachita Baptist University (OBU). He later taught at OBU and Baylor University. His primary research interests are in the areas of IT sourcing, cybersecurity, supply chain security, work-life balance.  He currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in cybersecurity and project management.

Some of Dr. Whitten’s research can be found in the following:

Harvard Business Review
Journal of Applied Psychology
Decision Sciences
Journal of Operations Management
MIS Quarterly Executive
European Journal of Information Systems
Journal of Strategic Information Systems
International Journal of Human Resources Management
Journal of Management
Information & Management
International Journal of Operations and Production Management
Communications of the AIS

Dr. Whitten is a member of the Decision Sciences Institute, Association for Computing Machinery, and Association for Information Systems.

Research Interests

information technology sourcing, cybersecurity, work-life balance, supply chain security