Danielle Wright-Babb has expertise in technology and management including quantitative and qualitative methodologies and research work. She has been teaching statistics for nearly 20 years, and has had the honor of using this work in her career as both a technologist, a television commentator and an author. Her research work includes topics in business, learner retention, statistics, information technology and privacy and security in the digital age. She currently advises and runs a small business.
- Ph.D., Management and Organization with an IT Emphasis, Capella University, 2004
- MBA., Business and Technology, University of Redlands, 2000
- B.S., Business, University of California at Riverside, 1997
Most Recent Peer Reviewed Research:
Babb, D. (2021). 17. In 1152694661 866485520 A. Dailey-Hebert, 1152694662 866485520 J. Mandernach, & 1152694663 866485520 E. D. Sallee (Authors), Handbook of research on inclusive development for remote adjunct faculty in higher education. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Bright, C. F., Bateh, J., & Babb, D. The Relationship between simulation strategies and exit exam scores: A correlational assessment of Glo-Bus and Peregrine. American Journal of Business Education. January 2020.
Thomas, S. & Babb, D. & Spillan, J. (2012) The Importance of Culture Change and Change Management in Successful Implementation of SAP Enterprise Resource Planning Systems. Mountain Plains Journal of Business and Economics. General Research, Volume 13, (Year 2012) August 2012.
Thomas, S. & Babb, D. & Spillan, J. (2012) The Impact of a Focus on Change in Technology in Successful Implementation of SAP Enterprise Resource Planning Systems in North and South America.
North American Business Press: Volume 13(5), 2012. ISSN 1913-8067.
Covell, R, & Mirabella, J., & Babb, D. (2012). Life Science Industry Firms’ Response Rates to Various Marketing Techniques. International Journal of Accounting Information Science & Leadership, volume 5, issue 14. Fall 2012.