Meagan (Luttenton) Knoll is an affiliate faculty of practice member of the Management Department at Grand Valley State University. She holds degrees from Grand Valley State University and Spring Arbor University, both located in Michigan. She joined the Management Information Systems faculty in 2007. Along with teaching, she currently serves as a member of the ERP Program Committee and is the advisor for the ERP Program’s student group, ESSU. Meagan received the Pew Teaching with Technology award in 2016. Before teaching, she was the Director of Information Technology for an international trade organization listed in the 10% of trade associations in the US.
- MBA, Management Information Systems, Spring Arbor University. (2006).
- BA, Computer Science/Communications, Grand Valley State University. (2002).
- Business Processes
- Systems Analysis and Design Thinking
- Enterprise Resources Management
- Knoll, M., McGinnis, T., Magal, S. (2017). ERPSim Game As An Young Thinkers Event. Mid-West Decision Sciences Institute 2017 (vol. 2017).
- Knoll, M., McGinnis, T., Magal, S. (2017). The Digital Board Room of the Future: a premiere trial of new SAP® technology. Mid-West Decision Sciences Institute 2017 (vol. 2017).
- Knoll, M., Barrons, K. P. (2015). Flipped Instructional Technology; Developing MIS Competencies Applying Enterprise Resource Planning Software. 2015 Lilly Conference (vol. 2015).
- College, ERP Committee (January 2012 - Present).
- University, Student Organization Advisor ESSU (Enterprise Systems Student Union), (January 2014 - Present).
- Community, Guest Instructor, Young Thinkers Program: SAP University Alliance, (January 2015 - Present).