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Martin Bariff Bio

Martin Bariff

Associate Professor of Information Management, Asst. Director, MS Marketing Analytics program,
Stuart School of Business, Illinois Institute of Technology
Director and Treasurer, IORG

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Martin Bariff is an Associate Professor of Information Management at the Stuart School of Business, Illinois Institute of Technology. Previously, he was a faculty member at The Wharton School, The Weatherhead School (CWRU), and GSB (University of Chicago).

His research interests include IT impacts on enterprise strategy, business processes, and performance; behavioral decision theory; information overload impacts and metrics, and information integrity. Teaching interests further include predictive analytics, cognitive computing, statistics, and project management.

Professor Bariff twice was treasurer of the Chicago chapter of Society for Information Management (SIM) and  the e-Business section of INFORMS. He is a contributor to the Business Process Management Common Body of Knowledge and Chicago chapter officer of ABPMP. He is a founder and Board member of the Information Integrity Coalition. He has published in a variety of journals and been a consultant to industry. Professor Bariff was an EVP and Director of Research with EDP Auditors Foundation for Education & Research [now ISACA].

His interest in this group is to explore manual and computer-based approaches to improve  human attention and cognitive processes for making better judgments and decisions.

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IORG Social Media presence is being upgraded
Feb. 8, 2018

The Information Overload Research Group’s steering committee has identified social media as a key component of the group’s activity, and has made decisions accordingly. Starting this February, IORG will maintain a much higher level of activity on all its social channels. This includes the following channels, which you are invited and encouraged to join, follow, […]

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