Graduate Andy Borchers
Professor of Business Administration
Office: Swang 250
Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL - DBA
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN - MBA
General Motors Institute (now Kettering University) - BIA
Teaching and Research Interests:
Enterprise Resource Management
Business Process Management
Information Systems Management
Technical Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Courses Taught (at Lipscomb):
Information Systems Management
Course Taught (at previous institutions):
Principles of Accounting (I and II)
International Finance and Economics
Enterprise Resource Planning
Enterprise Information Systems
Professional Experience & Activities:
- ABET accreditation evaluator (CAC)
- Associate Editor, Journal of Cases in IT
- Editorial Board Member, Information Resources Management
- Board member, Institute for the Certification of Computer
Professionals (ICCP) Educational Foundation
- Lecturer in Research Methods, University of Applied Sciences,
- 2008-2011 Department Head in Business, Kettering University
- 2001-2011 Associate Professor, Kettering University
- 1997-2001 College Professor, Lawrence Technological University
- 1985-1997 System Engineering Manager, Electronic Data Systems
- 1979-1984 Senior Systems Analyst, General Motors
- First honors, Owen School, Vanderbilt University
- Summa Cum Laude, General Motors Institute
Publications – Book Chapters
Borchers, A.S. (2007). Multi-Disciplinary View of Data Quality. In
Dictionary of Information Science and Technology. Hershey, PA: IRM
Borchers, A.S. (2003). Intrinsic and Contextual Data Quality: The
Effect of Media and Personal Involvement. in ERP & Data Warehousing in
Organizations: Issues and Challenges. Hershey, PA: IRM Press.
Publications – Journals
Aurandt, J., A. Borchers, C. Hoff, T. Lynch, J. ElSayed. (2011)
Bringing Environmental Sustainability to Undergraduate Engineering
Education: Experiences in an inter-disciplinary course. Journal of
STEM Education (accepted for publication 10/2011).
Agarwal, A., A. Borchers, and M. Crane. (2011). Managing Multiple
Projects an Departmental Performance Using Buffer Burn Index. Journal
of Academy of Business and Economics. Accepted for publication
Borchers, A. and S. Park, (2010). Understanding Entrepreneurial
Mindset: A Study of Entrepreneurial Self Efficacy, Locus of Control
and Intent to Start a Business. Journal of Engineering
Strubler, D., A. Borchers, B. Redekop. (2009). From Corporate
Executive to Entrepreneur: Dave Emmett Discusses Leadership, Ethics
and Productivity. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship.
Borchers, A. S., W. R. Livingston and M. Peters (2008). Academic
Dishonesty in Online Learning Communities. Plagiary. 3(9): 1-9.
Borchers, A. D. Doyle. J. El-Sayed ,T. Harding, C. Hoff, T.
Lynch-Caris, and B. Redekop. (2005). Undergraduate Course in
Environmental Design and Manufacturing. Journal of Manufacturing
Borchers, A. S. (2004). Wiring Watkins University: Does IT Really
Matter? Journal of E-Commerce in Organizations (2:4).
Borchers, A. S. (2001) Relevance in Information Systems Research.
Communications of the AIS. (6:7).
Borchers, A.S. and Mills, R. (2002). Prudential Chamberlain Stiehl:
The Evolution of an IT Architecture for a Residential Real Estate Firm
1996-2001. Cases on Information Technology Applications and
Management in Organizations.
Borchers, A.S. and Demski, M. (2000). The Value of COIN Networks: The
Case of Automotive Network Exchange. Annals of Cases on Information
Technology Applications and Management in Organizations.
Borchers, A. and Hoffner, V. (1996). IT Outsourcing. Journal of
Applied Management. 2(2).
Borchers, A. and Kascha, P. (1990). Fourth Generation Languages:
Eight Years Later. EDS Systems Journal. 4(4).
Widgerty, R. Edwards, H. and Borchers, A. (December, 1979).
Mathematical Modeling For Directing Urban Policy. Journal of Urban
Numerous papers at ASEE, AMCIS, DSI, and MBAA
Spiritual & Community Activities:
2003 – 2011 Elder, Lake Orion Church of Christ
2000 - 2003 Deacon, Lake Orion Church of Christ
Mark 12:29-31 “The most important one,” answered Jesus, “is this:
‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord
your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your
mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your
neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.”
Lev. 25:23-24. “The land is mine and you are but aliens and my
tenants. Throughout the country that you hold as a possession, you
must provide for the redemption of the land.”
I am married to Becky (since 1981) and we have two children, Caleb
(Harding BA ‘06, MDiv '10) and Anna (Harding ‘09, MDiv - soon)