About Ashley R. Davis
Dr. Ashley R. Davis is an Assistant Professor in the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma serving both the MIS and Accounting departments. Her research interests include agility in organizations, design thinking, and enterprise system modifications. Her work has appeared in MISQ Executive, CAIS, and the Review of Higher Education among others. Her work has been presented at AAA, HICSS, AMCIS, Academy of Management, and SAIS. Before joining academia, Ashley worked in industry for several companies, including Arthur Andersen, LLP (now Accenture). She was President of her own consulting firm specializing in SAP and Supply Chain Management for about 10 years.
|Present||Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma ‐ Accounting|
|Assistant Professor, San Jose State University ‐ Accounting & Finance|
Agility in organizations, Design thinking, and Enterprise system modifications
|2009||Ph.D., University of Georgia ‐ Management Information Systems|
|1995||B.S., University of Oklahoma Norman Campus ‐ Chemical Engineering|
Refereed Articles (4)
Absorptive Capacity at the Individual Level: Linking Creativity to Innovation ...
The Review of Higher Education (2011)
The absorptive capacity construct has been examined across various country, interorganization, and organizational level phenomena. This paper presents a framework ...
Refereed Proceedings (4)
ERP Configuration: Does Situational Awareness Impact Team Performance?
Hawaii International Conference on System Science (2011)
Globalization, tougher competition and increasing customer expectations have led many organizations to adopt enterprise resource planning systems (ERP). However, organizations ...
Book Chapters (1)
Contribution to Book
Enterprise Resource Planning under Open Source Software
Enterprise Resource Planning for Global Economies: Managerial Issues and Challenges (2008)
Local functional systems that create inefficient islands of information are being replaced by expensive enterprise-wide applications that unify the functional ...