Ph.D., Management Information Systems, Walden University, 2015
MBA, Information Systems Management, Dallas Baptist University, 2005
BS, Computer Engineering, Prairie View A&M University, 2002
Dr. John Bosire has a Doctorate degree in Applied Management Decision Science, Management Information Systems (MIS) concentration. Dr. Bosire has over eighteen years of industry work experience that spans across from working both the U.S. Defense Department Agencies as senior Operations Research Consultant, and Adjunct Professor teaching and training both professional adult learners and traditional students.
Dr. Bosire is a consummate professional with an abundance of knowledge of teaching and training experience for both distance learning (online) and traditional (in-class) in Management Information Systems, Project Management and Lean Systems, Introduction to Cybersecurity, and Information Governance.
Dr. Bosire is a highly knowledgeable professional with the use of analytical and evaluative methods, techniques, and approaches needed to conduct programmatic research studies to evaluate and recommend viable options for improvement, effectiveness, and efficiency of program operations in complex environments. Senior Operations Research and Project Consultant with strong and grounded Operations Research (OR) expertise in developing a variety of operations research techniques to solve programmatic problems using innovative Information Technology and Analytic approaches to provide strategic visionary solutions to organizational policy-making. Grounded and diversified research and development experiences with in-depth data modeling techniques and methods, (e.g. game theory, probability theory, pairwise comparison, etc.), linear and non-linear programming and other principles of operations research to provide answers to resource allocation, and policymaking vexing questions.
To encourage social change, Dr. Bosire hopes to continue engaging and providing positive support to his traditional students, adult learners, and any international non-profit development organizations dedicated to providing free educational program initiatives to children from poor families that can’t afford education around the world – especially, continental Africa, and Asia. Pastimes are playing soccer, riding a bike, playing squash, and volleyball.
Bosire, J. K. (2018). A Client-Vendor Relationship Perspective of Cultural Differences in Cross-Border Information Technology Outsourcing. Sandston/Richmond, VA: DBC Publishing. ISBN 978-0692172599