Gallupe, Brent

Professor Emeritus

Brent Gallupe is the founding Director of Canada's first electronic group-decision support laboratory at the Queen's Executive Decision Centre. Brent advises both private- and public-sector organizations on the development and use of group support technologies for management teams. His reputation for being on the forefront of information technology has earned him frequent invitations to lecture at universities in New Zealand, the United States and France. He earned an MBA at York University and a Ph.D. in Business Administration at the University of Minnesota. Publications: Prolific author of dozens of research papers, articles, presentations and papers published in respected business and academic journals, including Journal of Information Management Systems, MIS Quarterly, Journal of Applied Psychology, Sloan Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Group Support Systems: New Perspectives, CMA Magazine, Canadian Data Systems, Pulp and Paper Canada, and Information and Management. Clients: Canada Post, Certified General Accountants Association of Canada, Health Insurance Division, Ontario Provincial Government, and the Canadian Urban Transit Association.

  • Specialty: Electronic Brainstorming, History of Information Systems, Information Technology, Management Information Systems
  • Subject: Management Information Systems
  • Room: Goodes Hall Room 466 West Wing
  • Phone: (613) 533-2361
  • Fax: (613) 533-2013
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