G. Anthony Gorry

Friedkin Professor Emeritus of Management

G. Anthony Gorry is the Friedkin Professor Emeritus of Management at Rice University. Prior to his retirement, he was also a Professor of Computer Science and the Director of the Center for Technology in Teaching and Learning at Rice. He was an Adjunct Professor of Neuroscience at Baylor College of Medicine and a director of the W. M. Keck Center for Interdisciplinary Bioscience Training, a collaborative program of six institutions in the Greater Houston area. He previously served as Vice President of Rice University, Vice President of Baylor College of Medicine and a faculty member in management and computer science at M.I.T. He consulted extensively with corporations and institutions and was involved in the development of several businesses. He published and lectured widely on the effects of information technology on society. Now he writes fiction and memoir. Dr. Gorry is a member of the National Academy of Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics.

Teaching Interests: 

-Effects of digital technology on organizations and society

Intellectual Contributions

Journal Article

Gorry, Westbrook. "Customers, Computers, and Companies" Jones Journal, Fall 2013 (09/2013): 29-33.

Journal Article

Gorry, Westbrook. "Customers, knowledge management, and intellectual capital" Knowledge Management Research and Practice 11, no. 1 (02/2013): 92-97. More

Memoir

Gorry. "War Stories" War, the Arts & Literature (01/2012): 225-232.

Journal Article

Gorry. "Knowledge Tourism" The Journal of Knowledge Management Practice 13, no. 1 (03/2012): 18. More

Journal Article

Gorry, Westbrook. "Can You Hear Me Now? Learning from Customer Stories" Business Horizons 54, no. 6 (01/2011): 575-584. More

Memoir

Gorry. "Clouds" The Fiddleback (08/2011): 1-8.

Journal Article

Gorry. "Once more, with feeling: Empathy and technology in customer care" Business Horizons 54, no. 2 (03/2011): 125-134. More

Journal Article

Gorry. "A piece of my mind. Decisions, decisions." JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association 304, no. 21 (01/2010): 2339-2340. More

Journal Article

Gorry. "Avatars in the Workspace" The New Atlantis 27, (01/2010): 126-129.

Journal Article

Gorry. "At the Gates of a Magical Garden: Digital Technologies and the Jumbling of Time" The New Atlantis 24, (01/2009): 116-120.