Professor Levent V. Orman is a professor of management information systems at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, specializing in information technology management. He has taught courses and written articles on electronic commerce, database management, and social impact of technology. His articles appeared in a variety of journals, including Information Systems, ACM Transactions on MIS, and IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, MIS Quarterly, Journal of MIS, and Electronic Commerce Research. He is the author of two books: Technology and Its Discontents: The Deadly Embrace of Technology and Society, and Information Overload Paradox: Drowning in Information, Starving for Knowledge. Professor Orman is currently working on electronic commerce and social networks.
- NBA 6010 - Electronic Business
- Ph D Northwestern University, 1979
- MS Northwestern University, 1975
- BS Middle East Tech University, 1973