Gabriele Piccoli, Louisiana State University & University of Pavia Gabe's interests are in strategic information systems and customer service systems. He focuses on the use of information systems to create and appropriate economic value, and in enabling customer experiences.
Erran Carmel , Kogod School of Business, American University, Washington D.C. Erran's digital transformation, the cybersecurity business, emerging technologies, the future of technology, globalization of technology / global sourcing.
Hind Benbya, Deakin Business School, Melbourne, Australia and Oxford Internet Institute, UK Hind’s research interests include digital innovation, IT-enabled transformation and Artificial Intelligence, especially around human-robot interaction and the implications of automation via algorithms and robotics on work and organizations.
Hope Koch, Baylor University Hope is interested in organizational efforts to implement new technology initiatives and lessons from this process as well as research that addresses the changing nature of IT departments in today’s digital workplace.
Iris Junglas, College of Charleston Iris studies how emerging technologies and concepts, such as IT consumerization, the Internet of Things, or textual analytics, impact organizations, individuals, and societies.
Kristine Dery MIT Sloan School of Management Kristine's research interests include digital transformation with a particular focus on digital workplace, employee experience for digital work environments, digital talent and agile ways of working.
Martin Mocker, ESB Business School, Reutlingen University, Germany, and MIT Sloan CISR, USA Martin's interests are in digital transformation and enterprise architecture; especially the impact of digital technologies on products/services and business models and the implications for traditional companies' business and technology architectures.
Mary Lacity, University of Arkansas Mary studies how technologies like blockchains, robotic process automation, and cognitive automation create value for enterprises, customers, employees, and citizens.
Michelle L. Kaarst-Brown, Syracuse University, United States Michelle’s interests embrace the broader digital governance issues facing senior management, including IT culture and conflict associated with digital transformation, strategic alignment, cyber risk as part of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), and the evolving digital workforce.
Siew Kien Sia, Nanyang Technological University Siew Kien’s interests are in understanding the opportunities and challenges in digital transformation and technological innovation from both the perspectives of established incumbents and digital disruptors.
Rick Watson, University of Georgia Rick is primarily interested in ecological sustainability through energy efficiency and capital productivity.
Roman Beck, University of Copenhagen As blockchain economist, Roman’s research focuses on the role of changing nature of work due to blockchain with focus on governance and value creation in decentralized systems. He is interested in institutional logics of organizations, organizational mindfulness, dynamic capabilities, and awareness.
Varun Grover, University of Arkansas Varun’s interests are in the strategic impacts of digital technologies and digitalization on organizations including concepts of digital transformation and creation and appropriation of business value.
William J. Kettinger, Clemson University Bill's interests are in digital business strategy, IT ecosystems and platform-based business models, IT and the supply chain; and senior executives’ information use and informational leadership orientations.
Yolande Chan, Queen's University, Canada Yolande’s interests are in digital strategy, transformation, alignment, and innovation. She also focuses on investments in emerging technologies and digital entrepreneurship.
Akshat Lakhiwal, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, United States
Editorial Board Members
Allen Lee, Virginia Commonwealth University
Barbara Wixom, MIT Sloan School of Management
Christian Wagner, City University of Hong Kong, China
Claudia Loebbecke, University of Cologne
Donna Stoddard, Babson College
Erran Carmel, American University
Federico Pigni, Grenoble Ecole de Management,France
Gerald Kane, Boston College
James McKeen, Queen's University, Canada
Janis Gogan, Bentley University
Jens Dibbern, University of Bern, Switzerland
Jo Ellen Moore, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Joe Peppard, European School of Management and Technology, Germany
Joe Rottman, University of Missouri, St. Louis
John Mooney, Pepperdine University
M. Lynne Markus, Bentley University
Maung Sein, University of Agder, Norway
Niels Bjørn-Andersen, Copenhagen Business School
Nils Urbach, University of Bayreuth
Pernille Kræmmergaard, Aalborg Universitet
Rajiv Kohli, College of William & Mary
Richard Watson, University of Georgia
Robert Winter, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
Ryan Nelson, University of Virginia
Stefan Henningsson, Copenhagen Business School
Steven Alter, University of San Francisco, United States
Thompson Teo, National University of Signapore, Singapore
Tom Davenport, Babson College
Wendy Currie, Audencia Nantes, France
Jack Rockart, MIT Sloan School of Management
Jeanne Ross, MIT Sloan School of Management
Carol V. Brown, Stevens Institute of Technology, United States
Dorothy E Leidner, Baylor University, USA & Lund University, Sweden
Andy Boynton, Boston College
Arun Rai, Georgia State University
Judy Scott, University of Colorado Denver
Lynda Applegate, Harvard University
Sid Huff, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Tawfik Jelassi, IMD Lausanne, Switzerland
V. Sambamurthy, Michigan State University
Warren McFarlan, Harvard University
Wayne Huang, Business School of South Univ. of Science & Tech (SUSTech), Shenzhen, China