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Aristotle Lekacos
Professor, Director of Educational Technology, College of Business, SUNY at Stony Brook

TMP547 Industry Project

M.S. Operations Research – Management Science, Polytechnic Institute of New York, 1974
2001–Present, Professor, Director of Educational Technology for the College of Business, Director - Information Systems Management (School of Professional Development), SUNY Stony Brook Stony Brook, NY

2008–2010 Graduate Program Director, College of Business Stony Brook University

2003–2007, Founder & Advisor, Information Business Technology, Inc. Stony Brook, NY

1990–Present Board Member, Tracline UK

1978–1997, President and Founder, Trac Line Software Hauppauge, NY

1974–1978, Systems Engineer, Grumman Aerospace Corp., Bethpage, NY

1973–1980, Adjunct Professor, New York Institute of Technology Old Westbury, NY

1971–1974, Chairman Math Department, School of the Holy Child Old Westbury, NY
Web Sites
 - (Study Abroad in Greece)
 - (Crafting communiques’)
 - (Executive Education)
 - (The Virtual Consortium, distance communications)
 - COBOL4.Biz (Cobol reference site)
Communicating in a Digital World (Whitehall Press, 2010)
Flash and other multimedia information files on various business topics and operations
Lecture Slides for various textbooks (Wiley, McGraw-Hill, …)
PowerPoint Slides for Microsoft’s Access and PowerPoint software (NSPA)
PowerPoint Slides on the business benefits of Pervasive Computing (NESPA)
Business Process Management (BPM) This includes an Enterprise wide business software package
Online Animated Training Tools (Pivot Tables, Data Analysis, Neural Networks, etc.)
“The Knowledge Chain” a seamless knowledge crafting methodology
“T-P” Target-Path business strategy planning methodology
Conceptualized the Unified Model Purview of Business
Textbook Reviewer
 - Small Business 20/20: Entrepreneurs and Their Firms (Katz)
 - Information Systems for the Information Age (Haag)
 - Introduction to Object-Oriented Analysis and Design (Schach)