Applied Information Management
Prospective Students

Todd Weber, PhD

Pro tempore instructor, Applied Information Management, University of Oregon
AIM affiliation since 2016.


PhD, Integral Studies, Learning and Change in Human Systems, 1999, California Institute of Integral Studies
MA, Executive Leadership, 1996, City University of Seattle
BA, Public Administration, 1978, The Evergreen State College

Areas of Interest

Human centered design, project management, eduScrum, rapid prototyping, lean, leadership and change management, application and execution of strategic initiatives, proof of concept, and iterative approaches to implementation.

Personal Description

Weber is currently engaged in project and contract work in the healthcare industry. His responsibilities include executive coaching, strategic consulting, and organizational cultural change. Weber is a faculty member and a mentor in the doctoral program of the University of Phoenix’s School of Advanced Studies. In 2009, he received an award of Distinguished Instructor of the Year. Weber’s current research agenda includes using Scrum project methods outside of software development. In addition, he is exploring design thinking as a strategic tool. Weber is a former dean and academic vice president at various higher education institutions.

Selected Publications

Weber, T. (2009) At Colleges, Assessment Satisfies Only Accreditors. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/22/2009.
Weber, T. & Liston, K. (2009) Moodle Transition: Problems and Opportunities at a Private University. Educause 2011.
Weber, T. (2013) The Leadership Fallacy: Why Most of What we Know About Leadership is a Myth – and Why we are Facing a Huge Leadership Crisis. Knowledge Symposium, OR.
Weber, T. (2014) Design Thinking in Higher Education. Knowledge Symposium, OR.
Weber, T., Wilson, C., Corsetti, S., & Cullup, M. (2014) Protecting Ugly Babies From the Beast. 5th Annual Assessment Conference, AZ.