Faculty & Research
Management Information Systems
Faculty members in Management Information Systems (MIS) examine information technology and information systems within an organizational context. Members of our group have established research programs that span a wide range of topics. These include:
- The application of new technologies including artificial intelligence, deep neural networks and social media analytics to solving business problems, as well as their adoption in businesses, project management methodologies, and industry-wide diffusion.
- New methods for design of software systems, technology standardization and emergence digital platforms and ecosystems.
strategic, economic and disruptive impacts of new technologies, their
role in knowledge transfer and knowledge management between and within
- New domains of application such as on-line education, electronic government and online health communities
A diverse set of research methodologies and techniques are employed
to investigate these topics, including big data analytics, econometric
modelling, computer simulations, laboratory experiments, large-scale
surveys, in-depth interviews and participant observation. The common
thread throughout this body of research is rich interaction between
people, processes and technology.
Faculty Members' Latest Publications
Matta, M., Cavusoglu, H., Cavusoglu, H., Benbasat, I., & Benbasat, I. (2022). Understanding the Board's Involvement in Information Technology Governance. Information Systems Management. http://doi.org/10.1080/10580530.2022.2074580
Brydon, M. J. (2021). Prediction of metal-loss feature growth based on in-line inspection: A Bayesian approach to calibration and inference using Markov Chain Monte Carlo. Peterborough, Ontario, Canada: Broadview Press.