Olfman, Lorne

Lorne Olfman is a Professor in the School of Information Systems and Technology and Fletcher Jones Chair in Technology Management at Claremont Graduate University (CGU).

He came to Claremont in 1987 after graduating with a PhD in Business (Management Information Systems) from Indiana University. Lorne’s research interests include: how software can be learned and used in organizations, the impact of computer-based systems on knowledge management, and the design and adoption of systems used for group work. Along with Terry Ryan, Lorne co-directs the Social Learning Software Lab ([SL]2). A key component of Lorne’s teaching is his involvement with doctoral students; he has supervised 45 students to completion. Lorne is an active member of the Information Systems community.

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