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Jim Keogh

Jim Keogh

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Jim Keogh, DNP, an Assistant Professor at New York University, where he teaches project management, healthcare management, and nursing informatics courses. After developing computer systems for major Wall Street firms, Keogh branched into healthcare.

Keogh introduced PC programming nationally in his Popular Electronics Magazine's Programmer's Notebook column in1982, four years after Apple Computer started in a garage. He was a team member who built one of the first Windows applications by a Wall Street firm featured by Bill Gates in 1986 and wrote one of the first books to show how to solve the year 2000 problem.

Keogh developed and chaired the E-Commerce Technology track of study at Columbia University where he was also a faculty member. He has appeared on CNN, Fox GoodDay New York, NBC Weekend Today in New York, ABC World Wide Business Report and is the former educational columnist for The Record, New Jersey's second largest daily newspaper.

Keogh is the author of nearly 100 books published by major publisher. He developed the Programmer’s Notebook series for Pearson Education and the popular Demystified Nursing series for McGraw-Hill. His books can be found in leading university libraries and have been translated into 10 languages.

Currently Teaching

Project Communication Management

Learn to make technology work for you by exploring tools and techniques that improve communication and increase productivity.