Behavioral and pedagogical issues, Organizational enterprise systems, Business intelligence and Entrepreneurship efforts of women in developing countries.
Prof Elaine A. Crable is the Director of the International Business Center at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio and is the former Chair of the Management Information Systems department. Her Ph.D. is from the University of Georgia and she has an MBA from Xavier University both in the United States. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses including MIS Strategy, Database Management and Design, Object-oriented programming, Computer Concepts with Microsoft office applications, plus International Business. Fifteen years ago she introduced online and hybrid courses in the Willams College of Business. She is also active training faculty at a number of universities in the United States in how to deliver mission driven online education.
Her research focuses on behavioral and pedagogical issues as well as organizational enterprise systems, business intelligence and entrepreneurship efforts of women in developing countries. Her work has appeared in various academic and pedagogical journals including Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research, Information Systems Management, Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, Journal of Computer Information Systems, Journal of Cases in Information Technology, and the Business Intelligence Journal.
Prof Crable oversees an international center board of 15 top executive advisors, is active with the Cincinnati chapter of Women in Technology along with the Cincinnati CIO Circuit and the American Association of Computing Information Systems.