Testimonials

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Academic Leaders
Business Leaders
Former Students

Dr. Russell Mumper

Academic Leaders

“I wish to express my gratitude to you for your invaluable leadership over the past two academic years (2015-2017) as Co-chair and then Chair of UGA’s Program Review and Assessment Committee (“PRAC”). I directly observed your diligent and thoughtful leadership to address major issues, facilitate discussions, and propose changes to the Academic Program Review Policy 4.12-2 that were subsequently endorsed and approved by the thirty-faculty member PRAC and University Council. I feel strongly that the revised policy is sound and will serve UGA very well in the future. Importantly, I believe you were the right leader at the right time. It is not surprising that your website states one of your areas of expertise is “change management.” UGA is fortunate to have you as a faculty member.”

Jaspal Sagoo

Business Leaders

“An outstanding thought-provoking and engaging presentation by Dave Chatterjee on many emerging technologies, many of which are currently being investigated by CDC. It is always a pleasure to listen to Dave, his enthusiasm and subject matter expertise clearly shows, and he is not afraid to challenge conventional thinking.”

Dr. Al Segars

Academic Leaders

Dr. Chatterjee is a leading expert on technology and its impact on organizations. His work in cyber security is groundbreaking and impactful. Many businesses and business leaders have benefitted from his insight and expertise.

Dr. Paul Klute

Academic Leaders

“I think the report is spot on. It really addresses the core problems / opportunities related to data literacy that UGA is facing and it gives some very viable and realistic options on addressing those problems / opportunities. Luckily, some of the findings are already things that we are working on as an institution, so at least our findings are consistent. I also think it presents a good number of things, like the idea of additional trainings and a “data driver’s license” structure that can be further built out to bolster our data literacy efforts. I also think that this report is something that I can share widely across the institution and get buy­in from invested units. All­in­all, I think that this is a great set of recommendations that really got at the core question that we were attempting to address. I appreciate everyone’s work on the project.”

Mary Sumner

Academic LeadersBusiness Leaders

“He is one of the finest academic professionals in the country and he understands the “real world” and realizes that academic leaders needs to address “real world” issues in both teaching and research! He would be a great pick for the Academic Council of SIM.”

Lee Crump

Business Leaders

“I have been honored to know Dave Chatterjee for over 5 years now through my membership in SIM Atlanta and as a guest speaker at his Information Management classes at UGA. Dave has done a fantastic )and often thankless) job as the President of SIM Atlanta for many years. He is a consummate professional, very knowledgeable on the issues facing IT Leaders today, and puts in long hours in this volunteer role to help IT Managers network with each other and hear excellent speakers at our monthly SIM meetings. I recommend Dave highly!”

Shelli Keagle

Business Leaders

“Dave is a visionary for how technology can enable improvements in business and academic settings. He clearly communicates his ideas in an easy style that distinguishes him from many. He sees the strategic value of technology as an enabler for success and can clearly apply that lens to any situation he encounters, in order to assess and recommend a path forward. I would highly recommend Dave.”

Muthu Arumugham

Business Leaders

“I have known Dr. Dave Chatterjee (Dave) for many years now. When I arrived in Atlanta several years ago, Dave helped me connect with the community of senior IT leadership by encouraging me to join the Atlanta Chapter of SIM (Society for Information Management is the premier international community of senior IT practitioners and thought leaders) and also inviting me to participate in his CXO panel discussions. I have seen him lead the SIM Atlanta Chapter with great effectiveness for many years. I also had the pleasure of engaging with him in numerous discussions on how to be a very effective leader in the technology space and have found his thoughts and wisdom to be most enlightening and inspiring. As someone who participated in his panel discussions, I can vouch for his ability to moderate CXO panel discussions in business and technology topics. Dave is very thorough and meticulous in his approach and preparation, which helps him deliver spectacular results.”

Alec Dicks

Business LeadersFormer Students

“Dave was my favorite professor at UGA.”

Cecil Bowe

Business LeadersFormer Students

“In case you never knew, you gave me the start in this career direction based on your course 10 years ago.”

Jim Montembeau

Business LeadersFormer Students

“Dave is an exceptional leader and did an outstanding job as Chairman of the Board for the Atlanta chapter of SIM. Under his leadership membership increased, new special interest groups were created, and the content of the meetings were always of great interest to the members. His tireless effort and years of dedication in making SIM one of the best professional groups in Atlanta will always be appreciated by the many members of SIM. Thanks Dave.”

Hannah Allison

Former Students

“I hope you are doing well and have enjoyed your summer. I cannot believe it is already time for classes to begin again or the fact that I will not be in classes anymore since graduation. I moved to New York two weeks ago for my new job at Protiviti, and I am currently at training sessions in Chicago. I wanted to reach out and thank you for your preparation. You have helped start my career in many ways, and I feel more comfortable in my business vocabulary and knowledge because of your teaching. We have spent so much of our time this week mimicking a real life project which has consisted of four different long process maps. Without your BPMN class, I would be so confused and lost. There are many people here that did not take a class in this, and I definitely feel as though I have an advantage because of how much I learned in your class. You can stress this to your new students this semester because they will not want to forget anything they learn in this class. I know you travel to lead discussions and give talks often. Are there any coming up that you are looking forward to?”

Suzette (Shelly) Vanderhave

Former Students

“I was a student in Dr. Chatterjee’s Information Technology and Strategy MBA class at University of Georgia in 2017. He is truly a phenomenal professor and has a strong passion for discussing the role of technology in business and our lives. Every class was full of very interesting material, and Dr. Chatterjee always had relevant experiences to share with us. It’s important for professors in MBA programs to have current experiences from the field to share and draw connections between textbook topics and the real world. Dr. Chatterjee is very clearly active in the cyber security industry and shared many real-world examples with us. He did not only teach the basics of what is going on in the technology world today but also challenged us to think about the future. He showed a great deal of interest in students’ experiences with their own organizations and encouraged us to share with the class. Many students in my cohort speak positively of this class and Dr. Chatterjee. I have not talked with anyone who did not find it extremely interesting and impactful. I would jump at the chance to take another course taught by him!”

Blake Tibbitts

Business LeadersFormer Students

“I had the pleasure of having Dr. Chatterjee as a professor at the University of Georgia MBA Program. Dr. Chatterjee has a true passion for teaching that extends beyond the classroom. He clearly articulates and conveys the subject matter and consistently challenges others to apply the information to real world applications. His introspective approach, combined with his passion for continual improvement, is an inspiration to those he encounters. Dr. Chatterjee earns my highest recommendation.”

Phillip Nguyen

Former Students

“I hope you are doing well. In case you forgot, my name is Phillip Nguyen and I was in your BPM class 2 semesters ago (Fall 2017). I wanted to reach out and thank you for providing me a great foundation in BPM because it became very useful during my internship this past summer. I had the opportunity to intern with Deloitte in their Cyber Risk practice. I used BPM to help improve processes in a large-scale security implementation and my team was very impressed! The process improvement project with Zaxby’s that we completed that semester really enhanced my learning of BPM and provided me with great hands-on experience. I’m happy to say I’ll be joining Deloitte full-time as a Cyber Risk Consultant in Fall 2019 after graduating in May. Thank you once again and I hope you’re having a great start to your semester. Don’t forget to stress to your students how important and fundamental your class is.”

Vasishta Monavarty

Former Students

“I hope your school year has started off great! I just wanted to email and let you know that your BPM class has exponentially aid me in the short few weeks of my new career. I am working for PwC doing consulting specifically in Workday Financials. Your class has allowed me to understand not only the bigger picture but also modeling the processes. Thank you for being a great professor and preparing us for the real world.”

Jan-Niklas Meckenstock

Former Students

“Let me first of all say a big “Thank You”. By giving me the opportunity to be a student in both your BPM but especially the IS Leadership Class this semester, I believe that I have discovered new areas to use my potential as a MIS student to achieve great results in the future.”