Gregory Blundell is a full-time instructor at the Stark Campus of Kent State University in Ohio, in the Management and Information Systems department of the College of Business Administration. His part- and full-time teaching career spans more than 20 years and at Kent is accredited to instruct 14 courses (US 10097: DKS/FYE; BUS 10123: Exploring Business; M&IS 24056: Business Statistics; M&IS 24163: Principles of Management; FIN 36053: Business Finance; M&IS 34054: Using Info. Systems to Solve Business Problems; M&IS 34060: Principles of Operations Management; M&IS 34165: Dynamics of Leadership; M&IS 34180: Human Resource Management; M&IS 34185: Individual and Group Behavior; M&IS 44150: Total Quality Management; M&IS 44163: Global Business Management; M&IS 44183: Employee Training and Development, and M&IS 44285: Integrated Business Policy & Strategy).
Ph.D., Higher Education Administration, Kent State University, December 2014, M.B.A., Global Strategic Management & Corporate Financial Management, University of Wales, 1999 , Masters Business Program, International Financial Management and Management Information Systems, Natal Technikon, Durban, South Africa, 1996 , Advanced Financial Management, Natal Technikon, Durban, SA, 1993, Advanced Business Program, Natal Technikon, Durban, SA, 1991, Bachelor of Commerce, Business Economics & Quantitative Management, University of South Africa 1989
International Finance, Strategy, Policy, Information Systems and Logistics, Management Consulting, Change Management, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Financial Management, Information Technology & Systems.
Berardi, V. and Blundell, G. (2014).A Learning Theory Conceptual Foundation for Using Capture Technology in Teaching. Information Systems Education Journal, Education Special Interest Group (EDSIG) of the Association of Information Technology Professional