CENTER for PROCESS INNOVATION

Robinson College of Business - Georgia State University

Below is a compilation of the most recent (last three years or so) research publications by CEPRIN facutly and Ph.D. students.

Lars Mathiassen

Journal Articles
  • Mathiassen, L., M. Chiasson & M. Germonprez (2011). Style Composition in Action Research Publication, MIS Quarterly, accepted.
  • Lewis, M., L. Mathiassen & A. Rai (2011). Scalable Growth in IT-enabled Service Provisioning: A Sensemaking Perspective, European Journal of Information Systems, accepted.
  • Singh, R., L. Mathiassen, E. Astapova & M. Stachura (2011). Dynamic Capabilities in Home Health: IT-enabled Transformation of Post-acute Care, Journal of Association for Information Systems, 12, 163-188.
  • Müller, S. D., L. Mathiassen & H. H. Balshøj (2010). Software Process Improvement as Organizational Change: A Metaphorical Analysis of the Literature, Journal of Systems and Software, 83, 2128-2146.
  • Tscherning, H. & L. Mathiassen (2010). Early Adoption of Mobile Devices: A Social Network Perspective, Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application, 11(1), 23-42.
  • Singh, R., L. Mathiassen, E. Astapova & M. Stachura (2010). Sustainable Rural Telehealth Innovation: A Public Health Case Study, Health Services Research, 45(4), 985-1004, 2010.
  • Tjørnehøj, G. & L. Mathiassen (2010). Improvisation during Process-technology Adoption: A Longitudinal Study of a Software Firm, Journal of Information Technology, 25(1), 20-34.
  • Cho, S., Mathiassen, L., & Nilsson, A. (2008). Contextual Dynamics during Health Information Systems Implementation: An Event-based Actor Network Approach, European Journal of Information Systems, 17(6), 614-631.
  • Fredriksen, H. D., & Mathiassen, L. (2008). A Contextual Approach to Improving Software Metrics Practices, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 55(4), 602-616.
  • Mathiassen, L., & Nielsen, P. A. (2008). Engaged Scholarship in IS Research - The Scandinavian Case, Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, 20(2), 3-20.
  • Mathiassen, L., & Pedersen, K. (2008). Managing Uncertainty in Organic Development Projects, Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 23, 483-500.
  • Mathiassen, L., & Pedersen, K. (2008). Knowledge Creation and Sharing in a Systems Development Project, International Journal of Business Information Systems, 3(1), 1-20.
  • Mathiassen, L., & Sørensen, C. (2008). Towards a Theory of Organizational Information Services. Journal of Information Technology, Journal of Information Technology, 23(4), 313-329.
  • Napier, N., Kim, J. W., & Mathiassen, L. (2008). Software Process Reengineering: A Model and Its Application to an Industrial Case Study, Software Process: Improvement & Practice, 13(5), 451-471.
  • Tjørnehøj, G., & Mathiassen, L. (2008). Between Control and Drift: Negotiating Improvement in a Small Software Firm, Information, Technology, & People, 21(1), 69-90.
  • Tscherning, H. & Mathiassen, L. (2010). The Role of Social Networks in Early Adoption of Mobile Devices, IFIP WG 8.2-8.6 Conference, Perth, Australia.
  • Cho, S., Mathiassen, L. & Gallivan, M. (2009). Crossing the Diffusion Chasm: From Invention to Penetration of a Telehealth Innovation. Information, Technology & People, 22(4), 351-366.
  • Napier, N., Mathiassen, L. & Johnson, R. (2009). Combining Perceptions and Prescriptions in Requirements Engineering Process Assessment: An Industrial Case Study, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 35(5), 593-606.
  • Persson, J. S., Mathiassen, L., Bøg, J., Madsen, T. S. & Steinson, F. (2009). Managing Risks in Distributed Software Projects: An Integrative Framework, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 56(3), 508-532.
  • Müller, S. D., Kræmmergaard, P. & Mathiassen, L. (2009). Managing Cultural Variation in Software Process Improvement: A Comparison of Methods for Subculture Assessment. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 56, No. 4, 584-599.
  • Schmidt, T. & Mathiassen, L. (2009). Agility in a Small Software Firm: A Sense-and Respond Approach, International Journal of Business Information Systems, 4(1), 85-104.
  • Chiasson, M., Germonprez, M. & Mathiassen, L. (2009). Pluralist Action Research: A Review of the Information Systems Literature, Information Systems Journal, 19(1), 31-54.
  • Keil, M., Li, L., Mathiassen, L., & Zheng, G. (2008). The Influence of Checklists and Roles on Software Practitioner Risk Perception and Decision-Making, Journal of Systems and Software, 81(6), 908-919.
  • Mahring, M., Keil, M., Mathiassen, L., & Pries-Heje, J. (2008). Making IT Project De-Escalation Happen: An Exploration into Key Roles, Journal for the Association of Information Systems, 9(8), 432.
Proceedings of International Conferences
  • Cho, S., Mathiassen, L., & Gallivan, M. J. (2008). Crossing the Chasm: From Adoption to Diffusion of a Telehealth Innovation, Proceedings of IFIP 8.6 Conference. Madrid, Spain.
  • Mathiassen, L., & Napier, N. (2008). Improving IT Project Management: An Appreciative Approach. Workshop on Technology, Design, and Management, Monterrey, Mexico.
  • Napier, N., & Mathiassen, L. (2008). Appreciative Inquiry into IT Project Management: Understanding Win-Win Contracts. International Conference on Information Systems, Paris, France.
  • Persson, J., Aaen, I., & Mathiassen, L. (2008). Real-time Control Mediation in Agile Distributed Software Development. Americas Conference on Information Systems, Toronto, Canada.
  • Singh, R., & Mathiassen, L. (2008). IT Enabled Service Innovation in Rural Health: A Community Driven Approach. Workshop on Technology, Design, and Management, Monterrey, Mexico.
  • Young, B., Mathiassen, L., & Rai, A. (2008). A Model for Digitally-enabled Process Innovation: The Case of the US Minority Business Network. European Conference on Information Systems, Galway, Ireland.
Proceedings of National Conferences
  • Singh, R., Mathiassen, L. & Mishra, A. (2009). A Theory of Rural Telehealth Innovation - A Paradoxical Approach, International Conference on Information Systems. Phoenix, USA.
  • Lewis, M., Mathiassen, L. & Rai, A. (2009). Developing IS-Enabled Capabilities for a BPO Vendor: A Case Study. Americas Conference on Information Systems, San Francisco, USA.
  • Hassan, N. & Mathiassen, L. (2009). Combining Scientometric and Content Analysis Methods for Identifying Core Concepts and Action Principles of Information Systems Development, Americas Conference on Information Systems, San Francisco, USA.
  • Cho, S., Mathiassen, L., & Gallivan, M. J. (2008). From Adoption to Diffusion of a Telehealth Innovation. Proceedings of the 2008 Hawaii International Conference on System Science. Kona, HI.
  • Hassan, N., & Mathiassen, L. (2008). An Exploratory Study Comparing the Core Concepts of Information Systems Development and Software Engineering. Americas Conference on Information Systems, Toronto, Canada.
  • Kasi, V., Keil, M., Mathiassen, L., & Pedersen, K. (2008). The Post Mortem Paradox: A Delphi Study of IT Specialist Perceptions, European Journal of Information Systems, 17(1), 62-78.
  • Napier, N. P., Mathiassen, L., & Robey, D. (2008). From Dichotomy To Ambidexterity: Transcending Traditions in Systems Development. Proceedings of the 14th Americas Conference on Information Systems.

Arun Rai

Journal Articles
  • Po-An Hsieh, J.J., Rai, A., and Keil, M., Understanding Digital Inequality: A Theory of Planned Behavior Perspective, MIS Quarterly, 32(1), 2008, 97-126.
  • Lewis, M., Hornyak, R., Patnayakuni, R., and Rai A., Business Network Agility for Global Demand-Supply Synchronization: A Comparative Case Study in the Apparel Industry,” Journal of Global Information Technology Management, 11(2), 5-29, 2008.
  • Im, G., and Rai, A., Knowledge Sharing Ambidexterity in Long-term Inter-organizational Relationships, Management Science, 54 (7), 2008, 1281-1296.
  • Rai, A., Maruping, L., and Venkatesh, V., Offshore Information Systems Project Success: The Role of Social Embeddedness and Cultural Characteristics, MIS Quarterly, 33 (3), 2009, 617-641.
  • Rai, A, Brown, P., and Tang, X., Organizational Assimilation of Electronic Procurement Innovations, Journal of Management Information Systems, 26(1), Summer 2009, 257-296.
  • Klein, R. and Rai, A., Inter-Firm Strategic Information Flows in Supply Chain Logistics Relationships, MIS Quarterly, December 2009, 735-762.
  • Bush, A., Tiwana, A., and Rai, A., Complementarities Between Product Design Modularity and IT Infrastructure Flexibility in IT-Enabled Supply Chains, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 57(2), May 2010, 240-255.
  • Rai, A., and Tang, X., Leveraging IT Capabilities and Competitive Process Capabilities for IR Portfolio Management, Information Systems Research, Special Issue on Digital Systems and Competitive Dynamics, 21 (3), September 2010, 516-542.
  • Featured in The Economist
  • Tanriverdi, H., Rai, A., and Venkatraman, N., Information Systems Strategy in Complex Adaptive Business Systems, Information Systems Research, Vol. 21, No. 4, December 2010, pp. 822-834.
  • Tang, X., Rai, A., and Wareham, J., Burt and Coleman Rents in B2B Digital Intermediation, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 58 (1), 2011, pp. 4-20.
  • Hsieh, J., Rai, A., and Keil, M., Addressing Digital Inequality through Government Initiatives: Forms of Capital that Affect ICT Utilization, Information Systems Research, in press.
Proceedings of International Conferences
  • Young, B, Mathiassen, L, Rai A., A Model for Digitally-Enabled Process Innovation: the Case of the U.S. Minority Business Network, Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on Information Systems (Golden W, Acton T, Conboy K, van der Heijden H, Tuunainen VK eds.), 1274-1285, 2008, Galway, Ireland. (ISBN 978-0-9553159-2-3)
  • Liu, S., Keil, M., Rai, A., Zhang, J., and Chen, T., How User and Requirement Risks Moderate the Effects of Formal and Informal Controls on IT Project Performance. Proceedings of the 28th Annual International Conference on Information Systems, 2008, Paris, France, Paper 153.
  • Lewis, M., Sankaranarayanan, B., and Rai, A., RFID-Enabled Process Capabilities and Their Impacts on Healthcare Process Performance: A Multi-level Analysis, Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems, Verona, Italy, 2009.
  • Gable, G., and Rai, A., Reconceptualizing the Information System as a Service, Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems, Verona, Italy, 2009.
  • Lu, Xixi, Hsieh, Po-An, and Rai, A., Motivational Account for Post-Acceptance Routine and Innovative Use: Introducing the Concept of Tri-Dimensional Intrinsic Motivation, Proceedings of the 29th Annual International Conference on Information Systems, 2009, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Lewis, M., Sankaranaryan, B., and Rai, A., Exploring Transition in Healthcare Information Systems: A Process Perspective on RFID-Enabled Change, Proceedings of the 29th Annual International Conference on Information Systems, 2009, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Lewis, M., Sankaranarayanan, B., and Rai, A., "RFID-Enabled Innovation and Its Impact on Healthcare Process Performance: A Multi-level Analysis," Proceedings of the 29th Annual International Conference on Information Systems, 2010, St. Louis, MI.
Proceedings of National Conferences
  • Im, Ghiyoung, Rai, A., and Lambert, L., Effect of the Fit Between Motivation and Knowledge Sharing Ambidexterity in Long-Term Interorganizational Relationships, Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 7-11 2009. Abstract published on CD-ROM.
  • Lu, Xixi, Hsieh, Po-An, and Rai, A., Intrinsic Motivation toward Using Information Systems: A Rich Conceptualization and Empirical Test, Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 7-11 2009. Abstract published on CD-ROM.
  • Lewis, M, Mathiassen, L., and Rai, A., Developing IS Enabled Capabilities for a Vendor: A Case Study, Americas Conference on Information Systems, San Francisco, California, 2009.
  • Refereed Professional/Practitioner Journals
  • Rai, A., Sambamurthy, V., and Agarwal, R., How CIOs Can Enable Governance of Value Nets, MIS Quarterly Executive, 7 (4), 2008, 193-204.
  • Rai, A., Im, G., and Hornyak, R., How CIOs Can Align IT Capabilities for Supply Chain Relationships, MIS Quarterly Executive, 8(1). 2009, 9-18.
  • Rai, A., Venkatesh, V., Bala, H., and Lewis, M., Transitioning to Enterprise Modular Architecture: Drivers, Constraints and Actions, MIS Quarterly Executive, 9(2), June 2010, 83-95.
Refereed Professional/Practitioner Presentation
  • Arikan, A., and Rai, A., Structuring a Firm's Resource Base for Performance: Integrating Organizational Architecture and Resource-base Perspectives, Strategic Management Society 30th Annual International Conference, Rome, Italy, September 2010.
  • Rai, A., Arikan, I., McNaughton, M., and Wareham, J., Explaining Efficient Boundary Shifts: Integration of Organizational Economics and Capabilities, Strategic Management Society 30th Annual International Conference, Rome, Italy, September 2010.

Richard Welke

Journal Articles
  • Cavalheiro, Gabriel, Luiz Joia, Richard Welke, and Ajantha Dahanayake, “ICT-Driven Public Service Transformation of Social Security System in a Developing Country: The Brazilian Case,” EJISDC (46:3), 2011, pp. 1-14.
  • Hirschheim, Rudy, Richard Welke and Andrew Schwartz, “Service Oriented Architecture Maturity,” IEEE Computing, February 2011, pp. 66-72.
  • Dahanayake, A., R. Welke, and G. Cavalheiro, “Improving the understanding of BAM technology for real-time decision support,” International Journal of Business Information Systems, (7:1), 2011, p. 1-26.
  • Bandara, W., D. Chand, A. Chircu, S. Hintringer, D. Karagiannis, J. Recker, A. van Rensburg, C. Usoff, and R. Welke, “Business Process Management Education in Academia: Status, Challenges, and Recommendations,” Communications of the AIS, (24:41), 2010, 35p.
  • Dahanayake, A., C. Collier, D. Glenzer, T. Goette, and R. Welke, “Mobile Website Engineering and Mobile Web Best Practices Guidelines: A Reality Check,” JITIM, (19:2), 2010, pp. 79-98.
  • Hirschheim, Rudy, Richard Welke and Andrew Schwartz, “Service Oriented Architecture: Myths, Realities, and a Maturity Model,” MIS Quarterly Executive, (9:1), March 2010, pp. 203-213.
  • Dahanayake, Ajantha, Richard Welke, and Gabriel Cavalheiro, “Exploring Challenges and Directions in Discovery-Oriented Business Activity Monitoring,” Journal of Information Technology and Information Management, 18,2, Summer, 2009, pp.259-276.
Books
  • Welke, Richard, and Tim Olsen, How Do U … Create a BizAgiXpress Server using Amazon Web Services, HowDoUPress, 2011, 73p. ISBN: 978-0-9835439-0-9
Proceedings of International Conferences
  • Zoet, M., P. Ravesteijn, and R. Welke, “Alignment of Business Process Management and Business Rules,” Proceedings of the 19th European Conference on Information Systems, Helsinki, Finland, June 2011 (accepted), 12p.
  • Zoet, Martijn, Richard Welke, Johan Versendaal, and Pascal Ravesteyn, “Aligning Risk Management and Compliance Considerations with Business Process Development,” in EC-Web 2009 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5692), T. Di Noia and F. Buccafurri (Eds.), Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2009, pp. 157–168.
  • Welke, Richard, Gabriel Cavalheiro and Ajantha Dahanayake, “Improving IT-Enabled Sense and Respond Capabilities: An Application of Business Activity Monitoring at Southern International Airlines,” Selected Readings on Strategic Information Systems, Chapter VIII, M. Gordon Hunter (ed.), IGI Global, Hershey, PA, 2008. pp. 94-111.
  • Olsen, Timothy and Richard Welke,, “Learning Styles as Predictors of Problem-Based Learning Success in the Information Systems Classroom,” Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Informatics Education (Paris, France), Association of Information Systems: SIG-ED/IAIM, Atlanta, GA, ISBN: 978-0-620-42672-5, Paper 81x, 2008, 9p.
Proceedings of National Conferences
  • Purao, Sandeep, Vijay Vaishnavi, Richard Welke, and Lisa Lenze, "A Framework for Problem-based Learning of Systems Development and Integration," AMCIS 2009 Proceedings, Association of Information Systems, Atlanta, GA, Paper 772, August 2009, 9p.