Office: S337 SSB
- Information Systems
- Information Technology Planning
- Managerial Decision Processes
About Richard H. Irving
Rick Irving received a Ph.D. from the University of Waterloo in 1981 and joined the Schulich School of Business, York University in 1984. Previously, Rick taught and conducted research on information systems and project management as a tenured Associate Professor. He also served as the Associate Dean, Academic for the Schulich School of Business 1995-1998, and has served in a variety of other administrative roles such as Chair of Faculty Council, Chair of York’s Tenure and Promotion Committee and the Area Coordinator of the Operations Management and Information Systems Area (OMIS).
1975-1978 Canada Council Doctoral Fellowship
1975-1978 University of Waterloo Doctoral Fellowship
1973 Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers Student Medal
F.R. Safayeni, R. H. Irving, L. Purdy and C. A. Higgins, "Potential Impacts of Computerized Monitoring Systems: Eleven Propositions", The Journal of Management Systems, Vol.2, No.3, 1992, pp.73-84.
C.A. Higgins, L.E. Duxbury and R.H.Irving, " Work-Family Conflict in the Dual-Career Family", Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Proc., Vol.51, 1992, pp.51-75.
R.H. Irving and K. Weirmaier, "Determinants of Reality Constructs: Towards a Comprehensive Model of Corporate Functioning", The Canadian Journal of Communication, Vol.15, No/4,1991, pp.71-86.
Courses TaughtMGMT 4700 Project Management
MGMT 6700 Project Management
OMIS 5110 Information Systems