All posts by Aaron Glassman

Dr. Glassman is an Assistant Professor of Management and IT Strategy in the College of Business at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide. Dr. Glassman is the Department Chair of the Technology Management Department and previously served as the Program Chair of the Master of Science in Management (MSM) Program. Prior to that he served as the Director of Academics for two ERAU-WW campuses. Dr. Glassman began his career at ERAU as an adjunct while still working in the aviation industry. Dr. Glassman has a Doctorate of Management with focus on Management and IT Strategy from the University of Maryland University College; a Master’s of Aeronautical Science with dual specialization in Aeronautics and Human Factors from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; and a Bachelor’s of Science in Human Development from Empire State College. Dr. Glassman has diverse set of applied interests including management, organizational behavior, IT strategy, analytics, enterprise architecture, teaching and technology, social responsibility, and applications of such in general business and the aviation industry. His research has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals. In addition, Dr. Glassman also serves on the editorial board for the Enterprise Architecture Body of Knowledge (EABOK). Dr. Glassman is an aviation enthusiast who founded a regional aviation training academy and leveraged technology to deliver rich, web-based content to aspiring pilots. In addition, he is a FAA Safety Team representative, Gold Seal Flight Instructor (single/multi, instrument), and pro bono business consultant to women and minority owned business. He is also the President and Chief Executive Officer of an award-winning condominium association with more than 300 homes. Dr. Glassman resides in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife and son. He enjoys canoeing, fishing, mountain biking, swimming, tech projects, and anything that brings out his inner geek.

Bridging the Gap: Blending Industry & University Programs for Career Readiness

Academics and practitioners are often accused of living in two different worlds. These worlds often […]