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Information Systems

Examines the design, development, use, and management of information technology.

About This Research Group

Information Systems research examines the design, development, implementation, use, sourcing, management and value creation of information technology.

While technology is central to the phenomena studied, research in the information systems field encompasses behavioural, social, organizational, strategic, and societal issues as they interact with information technology. The field is multi-disciplinary in nature and draws on theory and methods unique to IS research and in other fields in business and in the social sciences including strategy, organizational theory, organizational behaviour, international business, psychology, sociology, economics and statistics.

Ivey's IS group has published work in top academic journals such as MIT Sloan Management Review, MIS Quarterly, Decision Sciences, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Journal of Management Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, Journal of Information Technology, Human Resource Management, and Leadership Quarterly.

Faculty

Rob Austin

Rob Austin

Professor
Mustapha Cheikh-Ammar

Mustapha Cheikh-Ammar

Assistant Professor
Nicole Haggerty

Nicole Haggerty

Associate Professor
Derrick J. Neufeld

Derrick J. Neufeld

Associate Professor
Yasser Rahrovani

Yasser Rahrovani

Assistant Professor
Ning Su

Ning Su

Associate Professor

Recent Publications

Austin, R.D., Pisano, G.P., 2017, "Neurodiversity as a Competitive Advantage", Harvard Business Review, May/June : 96 - 103.

Austin, R.D., 2016, "Unleashing Creativity With Digital Technology", Sloan Management Review (MIT), Fall 58(1): 157 - 160.

Cheikh-Ammar, M., Barki, H., 2016, "The Influence of Social Presence, Social Exchange and Feedback Features on SNS Continuous Use: The Facebook Context", Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, May 28(2): 33 - 52.