Reinking earned his Ph.D. from UCF in 2013. His research interests include management control systems, strategy, technology, and budgeting. Prior to joining academe, Prof. Reinking gained extensive experience in industry in the areas of finance, accounting, and operations. His career began with SunTrust Bank in the commercial credit and residential lending areas. Prof. Reinking went on to become a partner and the Chief Financial Officer for KHSS Construction, a national construction firm; where one of his main passions was being able to provide executives and managers with timely and relevant information to support strategy and decision-making. In addition, prior to becoming the CFO at KHSS, Reinking oversaw the operations the 7 business units as the Senior Vice President of Operations.
In addition to his teaching and research activities, Prof. Reinking endeavors to stay grounded in the current practices of businesses through being an Advisory Board Council volunteer for the Small Business Development Centers at both UCF and Seminole State College. He also provides financial accounting consulting as well as enjoying boating, camping, and outdoor activities with his family.
Reinking, J., S.G. Sutton, and V. Arnold. (2020). “Synthesizing Enterprise Data to Strategically to Align Performance: The intentionality of Strategy Surrogation.” Forthcoming at International Journal of Accounting Information Systems
Reinking, J., S.G. Sutton, and V. Arnold. (2020). “Synthesizing enterprise data through digital dashboards to strategically align performance: Testing the theoretical model.” Forthcoming at International Journal of Accounting Information Systems
Sutton, S.G., J. Reinking, and V. Arnold. (2015). “Antecedents and Consequences of Early Adoption of Emergent Technologies: The IT Revolution.” Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting.
Sutton, S.G., J. Reinking, and V. Arnold. (2011). “On the Use of Grounded Theory as a Basis for Research on Strategic and Emerging Technologies in Accounting.” Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting. Vol. 8, 45-63.
“A survey of course design and course delivery in large introductory accounting courses” Working Paper: University of Central Florida.
“Management control systems in small and medium size enterprises” Working Paper: University of Central Florida.
Reinking, J., (2011). “Contingency Theory in Information Systems Research.” in Information Systems Theory: Explaining and Predicting our Digital Society, Y.K. Dwivedi, Wade, M.R. and Schneberger, S.L. (ed.) Springer Science & Business Media, NY, NY, Vol. 1, 247-263.
Reinking, J. (2016). “Active Learning and Course Management Techniques for a large Dual Modality Lecture Capture Course.” TUCF Faculty Focus.
Reinking, J. (2009). “Prospect Theory.” Theories Used in IS Research. York University Wiki Website. http://www.fsc.yorku.ca/york/istheory/wiki/index.php/Prospect_theory