Assistant Professor of Information Systems, W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University
PhD Georgia State University; MBA University of Pittsburgh; MS University of Pittsburgh; BA University of Pittsburgh
Innovation in Strategic Business Processes; Governance of Inter-organizational Relationships for Innovation and Value Co-creation
“The Impact of Sourcing Enterprise System Use and Work Process Context on Sourcing Professional Job Outcomes,” Journal of Operations Management, special issue IT in Supply Chain Management (Forthcoming).
“Hybrid Relational-Contractual Governance for Business Process Outsourcing,” Journal of Management Information Systems 29, 213-256, 2012.
"How CIOs Can Allign IT Capabilities for Supply Chain Relationships,” MIS Quarterly Executive 8, 9-18, 2008.
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CIS 560 - IT Services & Project Mngmt
Provides an overview of the project management process groups and knowledge areas (defined by the PMBOK) and focuses on the application of key concepts, tools and techniques for delivering on-time, on-budget IT project and services that meet end-user needs.