Dr. Adya has worked on the use of knowledge-based systems for various business functions, in particular for business forecasting. Some of this work has been published in journals such as Information Systems Research (ISR), the International Journal of Forecasting, and the Journal of Forecasting. Recently she has begun examining gender-based and cultural issues of Information Technology. Her preliminary work in this area is being published in Information Technology & People. She has also received a number of grants. Most recently she was a co-recipient of a grant from 3M Corporation that examines the impact of outsourcing on American higher education. Dr. Adya is a member of the Association of Information Systems and the International Institute of Forecasters. She also serves on the editorial board of the International Journal of Forecasting.
Decomposition as a complex skill acquisition strategy in management education: A case study in business forecasting (with E Lusk and M Balhadjali), Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education (2009)
Flexible global software development: Antecedents of success in requirements analysis (with V Yadav, D Nath, and V Sridhar), Journal of Global Information Management (2009)
Bringing Global Sourcing into the Classroom: Lessons from an Experiential Software Development Project (with Dhruv Nath, Varadharajan Sridhar, and Amit Malik), Communications of the Association for Information Systems (2008)
Global sourcing of software development has imposed new skill requirements on Information Technology (IT) personnel....
Project quality of offshore virtual teams engaged in software requirements analysis: An exploratory comparative study (with D Nath, V Sridhar, and A Malik), Journal of Global Information Management (2008)
Women at work: Individual and cultural differences in IT career experiences and perceptions between South Asian and American women, Human Resource Management (2008)
Crisis in American Information Systems Education: Innovations to Address the Threat of Offshoring (with Kate Kaiser, Erran Carmel, Michael Gallivan, Arkulgud Ramprasad, and Amar Gupta), ICIS 2004 Proceedings (2004)
The Distributed User Modeling Shell System (DUMSS): A Conceptual Framework for Eliciting User Models (with Thawatchai Piyawat and Anthony F. Norico), AMCIS 2000 Proceedings (2000)
With the advances in communication technology, large volumes of information can transfer across continents within...