Don N. Kleinmuntz
Professor of Business Administration
Business Administration, M.B.A., B.A. Statistics, University of Chicago,
1982, 1980, 1978.
the University of Illinois since 1989. Associate professor of accountancy,
1989-97. Assistant professor of behavioral and policy sciences at
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management,
1986-89. Assistant professor of management at the University of Texas
at Austin, 1982-86.
Kleinmuntz, D., Dietrich, J., Kachelmeier, S., & Linsmeier, T.
2001. Market efficiency, bounded rationality, and supplemental
business reporting disclosures. Journal of Accounting Research,
Kleinmuntz, D., & Kleinmuntz, C. 1999. Strategic approaches for
allocating capital in healthcare organizations. Healthcare
Financial Management, 53: 52-58.
Kleinmuntz, D., Kleinmuntz, C., Stephen, R., & Nordlund, D. 1999.
Measuring and managing risk improves strategic financial planning.
Healthcare Financial Management, 53: 50-58.
First Prize, INFORMS Annual Case Competition, 2001.
Incomplete List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent, 2000-2003. Outstanding Instructor Award, Executive MBA,
Editor-in-Chief, Decision Analysis, 2001–present.
Treasurer, INFORMS Decision Analysis Society, 2003. Board member,
INFORMS Decision Analysis Society, Organizational Behavior and Human
Decision Processes. Associate Editor, Management Science,
1999-2001. Editorial board, Organizational Behavior and Human
Decision Processes, 1999-2001.
courses in decision and risk analysis, with applications to financial
and strategic management. Research interests include the use of quantitative
models to improve decision making in accounting, financial, and strategic
management settings; the psychology of judgment and decision making;
and the development of computer-based decision support tools. Also
a founder and principal at Strata Decision Technology, LLC. Has consulted
with numerous hospitals and healthcare organizations on issues related
to resource allocation and risk-based financial forecasting in the
healthcare industry. In addition to the healthcare industry, has worked
on decision and risk analysis projects sponsored by the National Science
Foundation, the Office of Naval Research, Caterpillar, PricewaterhouseCoopers,
and Texas Instruments.
208 Wohlers Hall
1206 South Sixth Street
Champaign, IL 61820