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New Faculty Research

A number of Information and Process Management faculty have published research in leading journals and presented at industry conferences.
Chircu, A. M., Gogan, J. L., Boss, S. R., and Baxter, R. J. published Medication Errors, Handoff Processes and Information Quality: A Community Hospital Case Study in the Business Process Management Journal.
 
William Cram, assistant professor of Information and Process Management, and co-author published Controlling Information Systems Development: A New Typology for an Evolving Field in the Information Systems Journal. 
 
David, G. C., Chand, D. R., Sankaranarayanan, B. (2013). Error Rates and Quality Assurance in Physician Dictation. International Journal of Healthcare Quality Assurance.
 
Gogan, J. L., Baxter, R. J., Boss, S. R., Chircu, A. M. (2013). Handoff Processes, Information Quality and Patient Safety: A Trans-Disciplinary Literature Review. Business Process Management Journal, 19 (1), 70-94.
 
Marabelli, M., Newell, S. M., Zang, Y. (2013). Managing the Outsourcing of Information Security Processes: The "Cloud" Solution. International Journal of Parallel and Cloud Computing, 2 (1), 24-31.
 
Marabelli, M., Rajola, F., Frigerio, C., Newell, S. M. (2013). Managing Knowledge in Large-scale Virtual Projects: A Community-based Approach.International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 6 (2), 310-331.
 
Markus, M., Loebbecke, C. (2013). Digital Business Strategy in an Era of Commodity Processes and Community Platforms. MIS Quarterly, 37 (2), 649-653.
 
Saraswat, S. (2013). Classical Ethics and Contemporary ICT Decision-Making: Perceptions from Two Countries. Presented at the University of North Carolina and University of Malaysia's Annual International Conference of Global Information Technology Management Association, Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia. 
 
Saraswat, S. (2013). "Best Practices for Enterprise Systems Deployment Projects in Global Corporations: An Exploratory Study from an Emerging Economy." Presented at the IEEE's HICSS, Maui, Hawaii. 
 
Sawyer, S., Schrier, R., Fedorowicz, J., Dias, M., Williams, C. B., Tyworth, M. (2013). US Public Safety Networks: Architectural Patterns and Performance. Information Polity, 18 (2), 139-156.
 
Silver, M. S., Markus, M. (2013). Conceptualizing the SocioTechnical (ST) Artifact. Systems, Signs & Actions, 7 (1), 82-89.
 
Stein, M., Galliers, R. D., Markus, M. (2013). Towards an Understanding of Identity and Technology in the Workplace. Journal of Information Technology, 28 (3), 167-182.
 
Tomasino, A. (2013). "The Challenge of Complexity: A State-Space Model for Complex Information System Developments." Presented at the Association of Information Systems's 19th Americas Conference on Information Systems, Chicago, Illinois.