|Name||Position||Specialization & Research Interests|
|Michael Brydon||Associate Professor, Management Information Systems||Decision support, meta-choice, public choice, decision-theoretic planning, combinatorial auctions, heuristic search.|
|Dianne Cyr||Professor, Management and Information Systems / Management and Organization Studies / Innovation and Entrepreneurship||For over a decade, Dr. Cyr has led a research program investigating the impact of website design on trust, satisfaction, and e-loyalty in an e-commerce context. Unique aspects of this research explore between culture differences and differences with respect to gender.|
|Andrew Gemino||Professor, Management Information Systems||IT project management, business systems analysis techniques, business intelligence and data mining.|
|JM Goh||Assistant Professor, Management Information Systems||
My current research interests focus on Information Technology in Healthcare, E-Health and Data governance. In addition, I have several ongoing research projects complementing these areas which are not listed. Contact me if you are interested to learn more.
|Jan Kietzmann||Associate Professor, Management and Information Systems / Innovation and Entrepreneurship|
|Kamal Masri||Lecturer, Management Information Systems|
|Michael Parent||Professor, Management Information Systems||
eMarketing / Web 2.0, Strategy, IT Governance, Corporate Governance, Luxury brands / wine marketing.
|Drew Parker||Associate Professor, Management Information Systems||Strategic adoption of information technology, theory development in human-computer interaction; multimedia and web-based virtual meetings, with a particular emphasis on group performance and learning environments, computer and communications technology, business applications on the internet; internet policy issues, telecommunications and
networking, so-called Web 2.0 and its impact on business.
|Blaize Horner Reich||RBC Professor of Technology and Innovation||Improving IT Project Performance, Board level Governance of IT, Aligning Business and Information Technology, Strategic Information Systems.|
|Nilesh Saraf||Associate Professor, Management Information Systems||Professor Saraf focuses his research on the diffusion of enterprise information technology and its role in creating business value. He also conducts research on open source software development, strategic behavior of IT product and service vendors and on the emergence of technology standards.|
|Peter Tingling||Associate Professor, Management Information Systems||Decision making, sport management, disruptive technology, business strategy and social issues of technology.|
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