William B. Fredenberger

Professor of Informatics and Information Technology Management


Educational Background

  1. Ph D, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, Management Information Systems. (1990).
  2. MBA, Valdosta State University, Valdosta, GA, Finance. (1976).
  3. BSc, The Citadel, Charleston, S.C., Business Administration. (1961).

Previous Employment and Extracurricular Activities

  1. College of Business, Lipscomb University, Adjunct Professor (2009-Present).
  2. College of Business, Valdosta State University, Full Professor. (1988 – 2009).
  3. Georgia Small Business Development Center, MIS Director. (1985 - 1988).
  4. Valdosta State University, Director of Small Business Development Center. (1981 - 1985).
  5. NCR Corporation, Account Executive - Wholesale & Manufacturing Accounts. (1976 - 1981).
  6. Valdosta State College, Student in MBA Program. (1975 - 1976).
  7. Roger Budd Chevrolet, General Sales Manager. (1973 - 1975).
  8. Skyline Corporation, Regional Sales Manager. (1971 - 1973).
  9. Mike Bajalia Real Estate, Real Estate Agent. (1970 - 1971).
  10. USAF, Officer and Pilot. (1961 - 1970).

Academic Contributions

  1. Schnake, M. E., Williams, R. J., Fredenberger, W. B. (2007). Relationships Between Frequency of Use of Career Management Practices and Employee Attitudes, Intention to Turnover, and Job Search Behavior. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict, 11(1), 53-64.
  2. Ware, F. A., Fredenberger, W. B. (2006). A Family Business Successor Considers Quantitative Methods. Southeast Case Research Journal, 3(2), 59-63.
  3. Schnake, M. E., Williams, R. J., Fredenberger, W. B. (2006). Women on Boards of Directors:  Effects on Firm Social Performance in the Basic Materials and Financial Services Sectors. Journal of Applied Business Research, 22(1), 31-40.
  4. Schnake, M. E., Fredenberger, W. B., Dumler, M. P. (2005). Predicting overall ethical climate, student retention, cheating, satisfaction with university, and perceived stress with university with student perceptions of faculty unethical behavior. Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 9(3), 31-39.
  5. Williams, R. J., Schnake, M. E., Fredenberger, W. B. (2005). The Impact of Corporate Strategy on a Firm's Reputation. Corporate Reputation Review, 8(3), 187-197.
  6. Schnake, M. E., Fredenberger, W. B., Williams, R. J. (2005). The Influence of Board Characteristics on the Frequency of 10-K Investigations of Firms in the Financial Services Sector. Journal of Business Strategy, 22(2), 101-117.
  7. Schnake, M. E., Fredenberger, W. B., Dumler, M. P. (2004). Dimensions of student perceptions of faculty ethical behavior:  Refining a measure and relationships with selected outcome variables. Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 8, 1-16.
  8. Schnake, M. E., Dumler, M. P., Fredenberger, W. B., Schnake, S. (2004). Surprising Student Choices of traditional vs. nontraditional learning approaches in an undergraduate organizational behavior course. Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 8, 23-34.
  9. Fredenberger, W. B., Fadil, P. A. (2001). Revitalizing PCDA in the Workplace: A Documentable Method for Institutional Success. Business Research Yearbook.

Honors and Awards

  1. Valdosta State University College of Business, Scholarship/Research. (2006, 2005, 2004, 2001, 2000).