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           The Empowerment Role of Information Technology in Healthcare Services, Dissertation defended, Summer 2016
           Current position: Assistant Professor: Department of Operation, Business Analytics, and Information Systems, Carl H. Lindner                          College of Business, University of Cincinnati.                               

  • Chaitanya Sambhara:

    Risks, Controls and Business Value of IT-Enabled Interfirm and Intrafirm Processes, Dissertation defended, Summer 2015
    Current position: Assistant Professor: Information Systems and Analytics department, Farmer School of Business, Miami University

  • Darryl Romanow: 

    Antecedents and Consequences of CPOE Use in Clinician Care Teams, Dissertation defended, August 2013 [Co-chair: Mark Keil] 
    Current position: Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management, Duquesne University.

  • Robert Hornyak:

    Multi-Level Longitudinal Investigation of Process Innovation and Business Value: The Case of Strategic Sourcing. Dissertation defended, April 2012. 
    Initial placement: Georgia Gwinnet College
    Current placement: Assistant Professor, Arizona State University.

  • Steve Du:

    Digital Enablement of Inter-organizational Logistics Relationship. Dissertation defended, January 2011. 
    Initial placement: Private entrepreneur.

  • Xixi Li:

    A Motivational Perspective on Post-Acceptance IS Usage Behaviors, Dissertation defended, June 2010; (Student from Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Co-Chair J.J. Po-An Hsieh) 
    Initial Placement: Instructor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University; 
    Second placement: Post-doctoral student, Georgia State University; 
    Current Placement: Assistant Professor, Tsinghua University.

  • Mark Lewis:

    Sense-making for Organizational Responsiveness: A Multi-Level Investigation of Strategic Outsourcing Relationships. Dissertation defended, May 2008 [Co-Chair: Lars Mathiassen]. 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Bentley College
    Current Placement: Assistant Professor, Appalachian State University

  • Xinlin Tang:

    Digitally-Enabled Adaptive Business Network Capabilities. Dissertation defended, May 2007. 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Florida State University
    Current Position: Associate Professor, Florida State University.

  • Ghiyoung Im:

    Exploratory and Exploitative Learning in Digitally Enabled Inter-organizational Relationships. Dissertation defended: August 2006. 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Clark Atlanta University. 
    Current Position: Associate Professor, University of Louisville.

  • Maurice McNaughton:

    Deregulation, Uncertainty, and Information Technology in the Electric Utility Industry: A Transaction Cost Interpretation of the Drivers and Consequences of Vertical Disintegration. Dissertation defended: August 2005. [Co-chair: Jonathan Wareham]. 
    Initial Placement: Mirant Corporation
    Current Position: Director, Center of Excellence, Mona School of Business

  • JJ Po-An Hsieh:

    Leverage Points for Addressing Digital Inequality: An Extended Theory of Planned Behavior Perspective, Dissertation defended: December 2004. [Co-chair: Mark Keil]. 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
    Current Position: Associate Professor, Georgia State University

  • Paul Brown:

    Organizational Assimilation of Electronic Procurement Innovations. Dissertation defended: March 2004. 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Clark Atlanta University. 
    Current Position: Associate Professor and Director of Supply Chain Management Program, Clark Atlanta University.

  • Gordon Depledge: 

    The Roles of Problem Recognition and Cognitive Biases in Software Project Escalation. Dissertation defended: December 2003. [Co-chair: Mark Keil]                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Wichita State University.

  • Richard Klein:

    The effects of Information Sharing Symmetry in e-Business Vendor-Client Relationships. Dissertation defended: July 2003. [Co-chair: Detmar Straub]. 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Clemson University; Promoted to Associate Professor and served as Doctoral Coordinator, Clemson University
    Current Placement: Assistant Chair, Florida International University

  • Nainika Patnayakuni:

    Resource coordination theory for Supply Chain Integration. Dissertation defended: 2002
    Initial Placement: Visiting Professor, University of Alabama, Huntsville.

  • Ashley Bush:

    Fragmented to Integrated Demand and Supply Chain Management. Dissertation defended: December 2001. [Co-chair: Mark Keil] 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Florida State University
    Current Position: Professor , Florida State University.

  • Kristina Setzekorn:

    IT Value Contingencies: Moderating Effects on Market Responsiveness and Business Strategy. Dissertation defended: August 2000. [Co-chair: Dr. Arlyn Melcher]
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Oakland University, MI. 
    Current Position: Consultant.

  • Paul Ambrose:

    The Nature and Value of Electronic Information Intermediation: Theory Development and Empirical Evidence from the Practice of eMedicine. [Co-chair: Dr. A. Ramaprasad] 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
    Current Position: Associate Professor and Department Chair, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater.

  • James Rodger:

    TQM in the Healthcare Industry: An Information Management Perspective. Dissertation defended: November 1996. [Co-chair: Dr. Arlyn Melcher]
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    Current Position: Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

  • Ravi Patnayakuni:

    Transformation of Work Systems: Infusion of Information Technology. Dissertation defended: October 1996. 
    Initial Placement: University of Melbourne, Australia
    Current Position: Associate Professor, University of Alabama, Huntsville.

  • T. Ravichandran:

    A Theory of Systems Development Quality Assurance. Dissertation defended: June 1996. 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Current Position: Associate Dean and Distinguished Univesity Professor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

  • Srinarayan Sharma:

    An Organizational Learning Approach to CASE Diffusion. Dissertation defended: April 1996. 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Oakland University
    Current Position: Professor, Indian Institute of Management.

  • Hindi Al-Hindi:

    Development Process Management, Technology and Outcomes. Dissertation defended: April 1996. 
    Initial Placement: King Saud University, Saudi Arabia.                                                                                                                                             Current Position: Associate Professor, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia.

  • Haidong Song:

    Deployment of Software Quality Metrics for Systems Development: Integrating Processual and Contextual Factors. Dissertation defended: October 1995. [Co-chair: Dr. A. Ramaprasad] 
    Initial Placement: University of South Queensland, Australia
    Current Position: Product Management Director at salesforce.com

  • David Paper:

    Theoretical Derivation and Empirical Validation of a Model for Business Process Reengineering. Dissertation defended: August 1994. [Co-chair: Dr. A. Ramaprasad] 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Utah State University
    Current Position: Professor, Utah State University

  • Deepinder Bajwa:

    Determination of the IS factors Impacting EIS Effectiveness. Dissertation defended July 1993. [Co-chair: Dr. A. Ramaprasad] 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Western Washington University
    Current Position: Professor, Western Washington University.

  • Santanu Borah:

    Strategic Alliances in the Global Information Technology Industry: An Exploration of Critical Issues. Dissertation defended: March 1993. [Co-chair: Dr. A. Ramaprasad] 
    Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, University of North Alabama. 
    Current Position: Professor, University of North Alabama.