Jeffrey Radcliffe, PhD
Dr. Radcliffe served in the US Army for 21 years as an Infantry Officer and a Signal Officer. After retiring from the Army in 2004, he served as an IT Program Manager on several Department of Defense and Department of Justice programs. In 2014, Dr. Radcliffe started an IT consulting business in Virginia providing consulting to companies that support Federal IT programs. He specializes in consulting related to software development, business applications support, and project management. In addition to consulting, Dr. Radcliffe has served as an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University in the Volgenau School of Engineering. At George Mason, he teaches IT Project Management and serves as a primary instructor for the applied information technology capstone team.
Dr. Radcliffe has an undergraduate degree in Anthropology from Texas A&M University. He also holds Master of Science degrees in E-Commerce, and in Technology Management from the University of Maryland University College. Dr. Radcliffe earned his PhD from Capella University. His dissertation ‘Factors that Predict Adoption of CoIT: A Quantitative Study of Workers in the US’ explores the adoption of consumerized devices for use in the workplace. The study used the Technology Acceptance Model as the theoretical lens, and data was analyzed using partial least squares structural equation modeling.
Dr. Radcliffe is married, has two children, and lives in Herndon, Virginia.