|Present||Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management, Cedarville University ‐ School of Business Administration|
Honors and Awards
- Honorable Mention, Information Systems Division of the Administrative Science Association of Canada - 2004
- Information Technology for Business
- Business Process Management
- Database Management
|2010||Ph.D., University of Western Ontario|
|2000||M.B.A., National Chengchi University|
|1997||B.A., National Chengchi University|
School of Business Administration
Refereed Journal Articles (2)
Of Races to Be Run and Battles to Be Won: Technical Skill-updating, Stress, and Coping of IT Professionals Human Resource Management (2007)
The expectation on today's information technology (IT) professionals to remain technically competent constitutes a significant source of stress. We examine how IT professionals experience and cope with the threat of technical obsolescence. Interestingly, not all ...
Non-Refereed Journal Articles (1)
Go Tell It on the Mountains: Social Influence on Employees' Technology Acceptance Ivey Business Journal (2010)
Properly conveyed and clearly communicated, word of mouth can become a terrific tool to enhance the adoption of a particular change such as the introduction of a new technology. Focusing on the two most critical ...
Refereed Conference Proceedings (3)
Refereed Conference Presentations (4)
Go Tell It on the Mountain: Social Influence on Employees' Technology Acceptance Special Interest Group on Adoption and Diffusion of Information Technology (SIGADIT) (2009)
Integrating theories of social information processing, stress & coping, and technology adoption, we investigated the role of social interaction and its impact on employees’ cognitive, emotional, and behavioral response to a new information technology (IT) ...
Social Influence on Employees' Technology Acceptance: A Case Study Special Interest Group on Adoption and Diffusion of Information Technology (SIGADIT) (2008)
Although humans are found to be hardwired for being influenced by referent others from the same social realm (Cialdini and Trost, 1998), our literature review indicates that conventional technology adoption models (such as the Unified ...