|Present||Associate Professor of Management Information Systems, Marshall University|
- MIS 290-102 – Principles of Management Information Systems
- MIS 200-102 – Business Computer Applications
- MIS 290-105 – Principles of Management Information Systems
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Understanding the Determinants of User Acceptance of Enterprise Instant Messaging ...
Management Information Systems Faculty Research (2010)
As modern organizations increasingly depend on information systems (IS) to enhance work productivity and seek new business opportunities, communication effectiveness ...
Workplace Management and Employee Misuse: Does Punishment Matter? Journal of ...
Management Information Systems Faculty Research (2009)
With the ubiquitous deployment of Internet, workplace Internet misuse has raised increasing concern for organizations. Research has demonstrated employee reactions ...