Linda Leon is an Associate Professor of Quantitative Methods in the College of Business Administration at Loyola Marymount University. She received her Business Economics degree and her Ph.D. in Management Science from UCLA. Her current research interests include use and evaluation of technology to improve teaching, assessing the effectiveness of internal controls over spreadsheets for complying with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, best practices for OR/MS spreadsheet modeling, and supply chain management. She has been published in journals such as INFORMS Transactions on Education, OR Insight, Interfaces, and Journal of Financial Education along with articles for various encyclopedias and conference proceedings.
Beyond Regulatory Compliance for Spreadsheet Controls: A Tutorial to Assist Practitioners and a Call for Research (with Dolphy M. Abraham and Lawrence Kalbers), Communications of the Association for Information Systems (2010)
In the past decade, accounting scandals and financial reporting errors have led to heightened awareness...
The Alignment Of Organizational Incentives with Organizational Goals Across IT Adoption Stages (with Changxiao Jin, Robbie Nakatsu, Zbigniew Przasnyski, and Kala Seal), AMCIS 2004 Proceedings (2004)
Spreadsheets and OR/MS Models: An End-User Perspective (with Zbigniew Przasnyski and Kala Seal), Finance & CIS Faculty Works (1996)
In 1986, Bodily stated that practitioners could use spreadsheets to model management science/operations research (OR/MS)...