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Bryan Reinicke

Associate Professor

Department of MIS, Marketing, and Analytics
Saunders College of Business

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Bryan Reinicke

Associate Professor

Department of MIS, Marketing, and Analytics
Saunders College of Business


BA, College of Wooster; MBA, Kent State University; Ph.D., Indiana University

Areas of Expertise

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Invited Article/Publication
Reinicke, B., Cummings, J., & Kleinberg, H. (2017). The Right to Digital Self Defense. IEEE Computer. . .
Connolly, A., & Reinicke, B. (2017). How to Teach Emotional Intelligence Skills in IT Project Management. Information Systems Education Journal. . .
Grover, M., Reinicke, B., & Cummings, J. (2016). How secure is Education in Information Technology? A method for evaluating security education in IT. Information Systems Education Journal. 14. 29-44.
Kleinberg, H., Reinicke, B., & Cummings, J. (2015). Cyber Security Best Practices: What to do?. Journal of Information Systems Applied Research. 8. 52-59.
Lee, L., Reinicke, B., Sarkar, R., & Anderson, R. (2015). Learning through interactions: Improving project management through communities of practice. Project Management Journal. 46. 40-52.
Reinicke, B., & Cummings, J. (2014). Can Social Media aid Software Development?. Journal of Information Systems Applied Research. 7. 56-64.
Edwards, W., Gebauer, J., & Reinicke, B. (2014). White Space Networks: Architecture, Application, and Opportunity. IEEE Computer. 47. 64-71.
Reinicke, B., & Ward, K. (2013). The Impact of Regulatory Changes on IS Strategy: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Information Systems Applied Research. 6. 49-61.
Sun, J., Vetter, R., & Reinicke, B. (2013). Creating an Audio Conferencing Application on Android Smart Phones. Journal of Information Systems Applied Research. 6. 4-21.
Reinicke, B., Janicki, T., & Gebauer, J. (2013). Implementing an Integrated Curriculum with an Iterative Process to Support a Capstone Course in Information Systems. Information Systems Education Journal. 11. 10-17.
Reinicke, B., (2012). Systems Analysis and Design: Know your audience. Information Systems Education Journal. 10. 82-86.
Reinicke, B., (2012). It's 2012, so why am I driving a 1972 bug?. IEEE Computer. 45. 100-103.
Reinicke, B., (2011). Creating a Framework for Research on Virtual Organizations. Journal of Information Systems Applied Research. 4. 49-56.
Reinicke, B., & Janicki, T. (2011). Real World Projects, Real World Problems: Capstones for External Clients. Information Systems Education Journal. 9. .
Reinicke, B., & Yaylacicegi, U. (2010). Moving Data, Moving Students: Involving Students in Learning about Internet Data Traffic. Information Systems Education Journal. 8. 16.
Hernandez, M., Janicki, T., & Reinicke, B. (2010). Utilizing Business Service Management Concepts to Improve healthcare information systems. Graziadio Business Report. 13. .
Reinicke, B., & Janicki, T. (2010). Increasing active learning and end-client interactions in the systems analysis and design and capstone courses. Information Systems Education Journal. 8. .
Brown, S., Chervany, N., & Reinicke, B. (2007). What matters when introducing new information technology. Communications of the ACM. 50. 91-96.
Dennis, A., & Reinicke, B. (2004). Beta versus VHS and the acceptance of electronic brainstorming technology. MIS Quarterly. . .
Invited Keynote/Presentation
Connolly, A., & Reinicke, B. (2016). How to Teach Emotional Intelligence Skills in IT Project Management. EDSIGCON 2016.
Published Conference Proceedings
Reinicke, B., & Connolly, A. (2016). How to Teach Emotional Intelligence Skills in IT Project Management. EDSIGCON 2016.
Cummings, J., & Reinicke, B. (2014). Enterprise SNS Use and Profile Perceptions: A Comparison of Cultures. Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS'14).

Currently Teaching

2 Credits
This course focuses on the application of information technology to gain greater efficiency and effectiveness from operational and managerial processes and systems. The conceptual foundations of operations, supply chain management and information technology are surveyed and contemporary approaches analyzed from a managerial perspective.
3 Credits
To be successful in our globally-networked business environment, contemporary management professionals must have a strong grounding in the principles of information and information technology. This course provides an introduction to the field of management information systems (MIS), including the tools and techniques for managing information and information technologies within organizations. We place a particular emphasis on the nature of systems, the role of information in business processes, the management of data, and the planning of MIS design projects.
3 Credits
This capstone course for MIS majors applies the concepts of project management and techniques for estimating, planning and controlling of resources to accomplish specific project goals. Students complete a team project requiring them to develop an innovative information system while utilizing project management techniques. Students analyze real business situations and develop IT-based innovative solutions for problems encountered.
3 Credits
Students who complete this course will understand the principles and practices employed to analyze information needs and design appropriate IT-based solutions to address business challenges and opportunities. They will learn how to conduct requirements analysis, approach the design or redesign of business processes, communicate designs decisions to various levels of management, and work in a project-based environment.

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  • April 20, 2022

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    Spearheading Innovation

    Three Saunders programs prepare students to pioneer innovation using technology and leadership.

  • October 5, 2021

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    Integrate Technology to Drive Business

    Through Saunders College of Business’ six science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs; master of business administration (MBA), accounting and analytics, business analytics, finance, global supply chain management (GSCM), and technology innovation management and entrepreneurship (TIME), students are taught by top business faculty, with strong applied research and industry experience.

  • April 27, 2021

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    Enhance your Resume with the RIT Edge

    A master's of business administration (MBA) at Saunders College of Business provides students with a strong foundation in business that’s fused with digital technology and lives at the center of a university recognized for technological excellence.