|Present||Associate Professor, Nova Southeastern University ‐ College of Engineering and Computing|
Professional Service and Affiliations
|2017 - Present||CEC Strategic Planning Committee, Nova Southeastern University||2016 - Present||University-Level General Task Force Committee, Nova Southeastern University||2016 - Present||Various Enrollment Campaigns, Nova Southeastern University||2016 - Present||College of Engineering and Computing Curriculum Committee, Nova Southeastern University||2011 - Present||IT and CIS curriculum review committees, Nova Southeastern University||2009 - 2011||Curriculum development, certificate development and SACS/ASBSP reaccreditation, Nova Southeastern University||2003 - 2007||Coordinator for multi-section ISM 3011, Nova Southeastern University||Member, Association for Information Systems, Nova Southeastern University||Member, American Society for Information Science and Technology, Nova Southeastern University||Member, Future Professorate Program at Syracuse University, Nova Southeastern University|
|2003||Ph.D., Information Transfer, Syracuse University|
|2003||M.S., Telecommunications and Network Management, Syracuse University|
|1990||B.S., Mathematics, Goa University, India|
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Post-Secondary Education Network Security: Results of Addressing the End User Challenge Proceedings INTED 2014 Conference (2014)
Today, irrespective of what career field a college graduate enters, personal computer literacy is a given requirement. Personal computer security literacy is rapidly becoming as important as office application software literacy for today’s typical employee. ...
How Does Tacit Knowledge Proliferate? An Episode-Based Perspective Organization Studies (2006)
Evidence has accrued that tacit knowledge is personal and ineffable as proposed by Polanyi (1958). Proponents of this view do not explain the mechanism responsible for the proliferation of tacit knowledge. This paper introduces a ...
Understanding Knowledge Sharing Motivators Within Knowledge Management Initiatives Proceedings of the 10th Americas Conference on Information Systems (2004)
This study investigated the phenomenon of knowledge sharing (KS) within a knowledge management (KM) effort. The study sought to identify what motivates employees to participate in KS. The study investigated whether the antecedents of organizational ...
Unraveling Expertise and Knowledge Creation: Towards an Instance-Based Model of Knowledge (IMoK) Proceedings of the 37th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (2004)
In this paper, we develop a synthesis of existing cognitive models and call it the instance based model of knowledge (IMoK). IMoK was developed to better understand the knowledge creation process as it enables expertise, ...