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Gabriel Giordano

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Associate Dean, Graduate & Professional Programs; O'Bleness Professor of Analytics & Information Systems
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  • Ph.D., Florida State University, Management Information Systems


Gabe Giordano is O'Bleness Professor of Analytics and Information Systems and Associate Dean of Graduate and Professional Programs in the College of Business. In his role he oversees graduate degree programs, graduate certificates, and executive education programs. Previously, he taught in graduate programs at the top ranked IESE Business School in Spain, and in undergraduate courses as a doctoral student at Florida State University. He also worked in the custom business research industry for a unit of WPP in Phoenix. His research looks at cybersecurity training, virtual work and collaboration, computer-mediated deception, and leadership strategies for transformational IT projects. His work is in top academic and industry publications, and it has been reported about by major media outlets. Gabe also collaborates with businesses on research in these areas, and he has worked with organizations in the automotive manufacturing, insurance, airport management, and IT-services areas.

Selected Publications

  • House, D.; Giordano, G. (2020) “Politeness in security directives: Insights in browser compliance for the human element.” Computers & Security.
  • George, J.; Gupta, M.; Giordano, G.; Mills, A.; Tennant, V.; Lewis, C. (2018) “The Effects of Communication Media and Culture on Deception Detection Accuracy.” MIS Quarterly, 42(2), 551-575.
  • Giordano, G. and George, J. (2013) “The Effects of Task Complexity and Group Member Experience on Computer-Mediated Groups Facing Deception.” IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 56(3), 210-225.
  • Kaganer, E., Giordano, G., Brion, S., and Tortoriello, M. (2013) “Media Tablets for Mobile Learning: Friend or Foe?” Communications of the ACM, 56(11), 68-75.
  • Giordano, G., Lamy, A., and Janasz, Tomasz. (2011) “Who’s the Leader? Financial IT Integration at a Global Insurance Company.” 360° - The Business Transformation Journal, June, 52-59. — Reprinted in (2013) Uhl, A. and Gollenia, L. (Eds), Business Transformation Essentials: Case Studies and Articles. Surrey, England: Gower.
  • Giordano, G., George, J., and Marett, K. (2011) “Reviewers and the Detection of Deceptive Information in Recorded Interviews." Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41(2), 252-269.
  • George, J., Marett, K. and Giordano, G. (2008) "Deception: Towards an Individualistic View of Group Support Systems." Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 9(10), 653-676.
  • Giordano, G. and Tilley, P. (2006). “The Effects of Computer-Mediation, Training, and Warning on False Alarms in an Interview Setting.” Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 18(6), 226-238.