PhD Business Administration, Northcentral University, 2012
MS Education, University of Southern Mississippi, 1982
BA Management, Eckerd College, 1976
Dr. Karen Lederer is a retired professor of information technology and a consultant in network security and risk management. She has served as a company president and corporate chief information officer with responsibility for HR, MIS and risk management. Dr. Lederer's research interest is in the area of workforce and the future of work.
Lederer, K. (March 2018). The Future of Work, Implications for Employers and Employees. Hernando County Chamber Business Week, Brooksville, Florida.
Lederer, K. (January 2018). The Future of Work, Implications for Higher Education. PHSC Faculty Development Institute. New Port Richey, Florida.
Lederer, K. (January 2016). Cybersecurity for Small Business. West Pasco Chamber Business Development Week, New Port Richey, Florida.
Lederer, K. (2016). Implications of the future of work, T-shaped skills, and open innovation on preparing information technology students for the workforce. Faculty Research Chair, Pasco-Hernando State College, New Port Richey, Florida.