Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)

Volume 14

Volume 14 Number 2, Pages 133-136

Summer 2003

Teaching Tip
Forming an Effective Information Systems Advisory Board

Kai S. Koong
University of Texas - Pan American
Edinburg, TX 78541, USA

Abstract: An increasing number of accreditation agencies are requiring institutions of higher learning to have program specific advisory boards. This paper describes a systematic approach that administrators can strategically use for recruiting, nurturing, and strengthening relationships with targeted advisory board members. This systematic approach was successfully implemented at universities where the author has held administrative duties.

Keywords: Advisory board members, Recruiting and retaining board members

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Recommended Citation: Koong, K. S. (2003). Teaching Tip: Forming an Effective Information Systems Advisory Board. Journal of Information Systems Education, 14(2), 133-136.