Workshop on Multilevel Theorizing and Analysis
In June I enjoyed leading a workshop on multilevel theorizing and analysis at Hong Kong Baptist University.
Unleashing Innovation With Collaboration Platforms
A paper exploring how managers should think about enabling their teams to innovate through digital collaboration platforms appears in the MIT Sloan Management Review
A Risk Mitigation Framework for Information Technology Projects: A Cultural Contingency Perspective
A paper examining the role of cultural values in shaping how IT project teams mitigate the effects of technical risk appears in the Spring 2019 issue of Journal of Management Information Systems
Virtual work: Bridging research clusters
A paper outlining opportunities for conducting interdisciplinary research on virtual work appears in the January 2019 issue of the Academy of Management Annals
The Impact of Ideology Misfit on Open Source Software Communities and Companies
A paper on the impact of differences in ideology on software developer commitment to open source communities and companies appears in the December 2018 issue of MIS Quarterly. Read a blog post about it here...
Likoebe Maruping is Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems and a member of the Center for Process Innovation (CEPRIN) in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University.
His research is primarily focused on collaboration and innovation in small- and large-scale collectives such as teams, communities, and crowds. His interests in this area pertain to the enabling role of digital collaboration platforms, the mechanisms underlying the collaboration process, and the leadership and governance of collaborative efforts.
Likoebe is currently an Associate Editor for Information Systems Research and is Senior Editor for the Journal of the Association for Information Systems. He has served as an Associate Editor for MIS Quarterly.
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