Enrique Mu, co-chair of the MBA program, is an accomplished scholar and educator. He is editor-in-chief of the International Journal of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (IJAHP) dedicated to the diffusion of rational decision making, and U.S. director for the Latin American Society for Strategy. Dr. Mu is an accomplished scholar and educator. Prior to joining Carlow, he served as program director for the dual-degree MBA/MIS program in the Katz business school of University of Pittsburgh. Before coming to academia, he worked for Black Box Corporation, a Pittsburgh-based data communications company, as business development manager for Latin America and as a customer support vice president for Comlasa Ltd., a computing solution firm, in the same region. He has been a project manager for several multimillion-dollar online banking automation projects in Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, and Chile.
He has also taught in the United States, Europe, and Latin America. His areas of interest are in the use of information technology (IT) for business decisions, strategic use of IT in the organization, telecommunications, e-commerce, and international business. Enrique speaks both Spanish and English.
Awards and Honors
- University of Pittsburgh—Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, 1998—Letter of commendation for “being identified by students as an outstanding individual who has made a significant and positive impact on their lives.
- Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, 1996—Recognition Award Letter from Dr. H.J. Zoffer, Dean Emeritus
Member of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Group of the City of Pittsburgh. Co-authored a report on the status of ICT in the city and strategic alternatives.
Relevant Interviews and Quotes
- “Report says citywide Wi-Fi unlikely,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 4, 2005. Quoted on ICT report.
- “Promueven metodo Expert Choice para facilitar toma de decisiones empresariales,” La Republica, Bogota – Colombia, March 15, 2005.
Dr. Mu has done consulting work in the areas of telecommunications management, IT marketing, and electronic commerce to organizations in the United States and Latin America.