Hayward P Andres

Associate Professor

Hayward P Andres
College of Business & Economics

Business Info Systems & Analytics

Merrick Hall 305
Ph.D.Business Administration and Management, General / Florida State University
M.S.Software Engineering / University of West Florida
B.S.Business Administration / Southern University at New Orleans


Dr. Hayward Andres is currently an Associate Professor of Management Information Systems in the Department of Management at North Carolina A&T State University. He received his undergraduate Business Administration degree for Southern University in New Orleans. He earned his M.S. degree in Software Engineering from the University of West Florida and his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems at Florida State University.

Research Interests

Current research focuses on cognitive and social aspects of learning, technology-mediated collaboration, team-based problem solving, enterprise systems, knowledge management, and project management.

Recent Publications

  • Hayward Andres, Obasi Akan (2015). (A Test of the Teaching-Learning Style Mesh Hypothesis in a Chinese MBA). (2) 8, pp. 145-163. Journal of International Education in Business.
  • Obasi Akan, Hayward Andres, Barbara Medley (2014). (Concrescent Conversation as a Group Communication Tool in a Chinese University MBA Course). (4) 25, pp. 283-289. Journal of Teaching in International Business.
  • Hayward Andres (2013). (Collaborative Technology and Dimensions of Team Cognition: Test of a Second-Order Factor Model). (3) 4, pp. 22-37. Journal of Information Technology Project Management.
  • Hayward Andres (2013). (Team Cognition using Collaborative Technology: A Behavioral Analysis). (1) 28, pp. 38-54. Journal of Managerial Psychology.
  • Hayward Andres (2012). (Technology-Mediated Collaboration, Shared Mental Model and Task Performance). (1) 24, pp. 64-81. Journal of Organizational and End User Computing.
  • Hayward Andres (2011). (Shared Mental Model Development during Technology-Mediated Collaboration). (3) 7, pp. 14-30. International Journal of e-Collaboration.
  • Hayward Andres (2011). (Team Learning and Reflexivity in Technology-Mediated Collaboration). (4) 7, pp. 22-36. Journal of Knowledge Management.
  • Hayward Andres, Obasi Akan (2010). (Assessing Team Learning in Technology-Mediated Collaboration: An Experimental Study.). Vol. 38,, Journal of Educational Technology Systems.