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Ken Carlton

Ken Carlton

Ken Carlton,
Visiting Assistant Professor of Information Technology
Information Technology



M.B.A., Business Administration, Illinois Institute of Technology
B.A., Mathematics and Business Administration, Valparaiso University

Areas of Expertise

Professor Carlton’s professional and academic focuses are on information technology project management, strategic planning, business process reengineering, vendor software package acquisition and implementation, business process modeling and long range planning. He has been a Professor of Information Technology at Oklahoma City for the last 15 years.

Professional Activities

Professor Carlton has an extensive career in information technology. He has worked as a technology consultant, creating disaster-recovery plans, designing data communications networks and selected application software for many organizations. He was an information technology director for the Fleming Companies, as well as the information technology director for American Floral Services.

Professor Carlton also has served on numerous advisory boards ranging from development of software products, data communications products, and computer hardware development. Two of these included projects in Boblingen, Germany and La Gaude France. Additionally, he has been published and quoted in numerous Information Technology trade journals.

Contact Information

Meinders School of Business
Oklahoma City, OK 73106