Business Information Systems department

The Business Information Systems department at the AUT Business School focuses its teaching and research on best practices related to business process management, information and communication technology (ICT) project management, enterprise systems management, and information systems strategy and governance. It also covers supply chain strategies and best practices for creating value for customers and stakeholders of a variety of organisations.

In the Business Information Systems department, we study the implications of ICT use on individuals, organisations and society.

Research in business information systems

We believe in high-quality research that has impact, and have world-class researchers and research strengths across business information systems.

Research overview

Editorial roles our staff have include

  • Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries
  • Information Systems Journal
  • Journal of the Association for Information Systems

Staff are involved in

  • Association for Information Systems
  • Information Federation for Processing Information Work Group 9.4 – Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries
  • Project Management Institute
Arti Anjana Singh
Thai Ha Nguyen
Leo Dong
Kai Schaedlich
Denis Skvortsov

Contact us

Ludwina Lafaele
Department Co-ordinator
Business Information Systems
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 5824

ludwina.lafaele@aut.ac.nz

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Head of Business Information Systems

Bill Doolin

Professor Bill Doolin
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext. 5807

bill.doolin@aut.ac.nz


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Brand activism
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Pandemic and NZ supply chain
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Brand activism
Risks, rewards for brands taking a stand
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Many consumers want brands to take a stand, but it’s not always clear what that stand should be. So, is there a “second mover advantage” in brand activism?
Prof Jarrod Haar
Kiwis don't realise they're burnt out
11 Apr, 2022
The latest data from AUT’s Wellbeing@Work study show most people who are suffering from burnout either don’t realise it or can’t assess how serious it is.
Ella Henry
Did protesters breach tikanga?
14 Mar, 2022
Tikanga is a noun, glossed as custom, practice, and protocol. Yet the debate over tikanga at the Parliament protest is not clear cut, writes Ella Henry.
Katherine Ravenswood_Web
Lessons from the pay equity settlement
07 Mar, 2022
AUT research shows the impact of the soon-to-expire Pay Equity Settlement Act – for good and not so good.
Pandemic and NZ supply chain
Pandemic shows supply chain weaknesses
04 Mar, 2022
The pandemic is hiking the costs of goods and services we import either for our own use or as components in our manufacturing and exporting processes.
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