Tenace Kwaku Setor
- Assistant Professor
- Information Science and Technology, Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis
Tenace Setor holds a Ph.D in Information Systems from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Tenace's works have been presented at leading IS and management conferences including the Academy of Management Annual Meetings, International Conference on Information Systems and ACM SIGMIS CPR. His works have received best conference paper awards at SIGMIS CPR and Academy of Management conferences. Tenace has consulted for The Singapore Computer Society, Mindtree Inc. India and The Infocomm Development Authority, Singapore.
I teach systems analysis and design, and the design and development of databases. In addition, my teaching interests are in the quantitative fields of IS - data analytics, machine learning and research methods.
My overarching research interest is the management of high technology professionals, examining workforce and career-related issues in IT including IT human capital, compensation, career persistence etc. I am also interested in technology acquisitions and acqui-hires.
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