Underpinned by the theme of social impact, research in the Business Information Systems department focuses on information systems and supply chain management, generating knowledge that is academically rigorous and relevant to the community.
By Farkhondeh Hassandoust, Maduka Subasinghage and Allen C. Johnston (University of Alabama, USA)
This study develops and tests a theoretical model to investigate the antecedents and consequences of the establishment of information security knowledge sharing practices in organisations.
By Lena Waizenegger, Taino Bendz (Phone Free Day), Brad McKenna (University of East Anglia, UK) and Wenjie Cai (University of Greenwich, UK)
This research examines how knowledge workers leverage technologies during the enforced working-from-home period and the effects on team collaboration, wellbeing and work-life balance.
By Lena Waizenegger, Isabella Seeber (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Arlene Ugale, Gregory Dawson (Arizona State University, USA), Kevin Desouza (Queensland University of Technology, Australia) and Helena Cooper-Thomas
This project explores the impact of the implementation of conversational agents on the human workforce and customer experience.
By Bill Doolin and Indrit Troshani (University of Adelaide, Australia)
This research analyses the emergence and institutionalisation of an environmental information system.
By Antonio Díaz Andrade, Angsana A. Techatassanasoontorn, Harminder Singh and Nimbus Staniland
This research examines how Māori IT professionals enact their cultural practices in digital artefact development and how indigenous cultures are re-presented through digital artefacts.
By Farkhondeh Hassandoust, Angsana A. Techatassanasoontorn and Harminder Singh
This research examines the impact of information security awareness and training programme on users’ cognitive processes and practices in relation to information security.
By Maduka Subasinghage, Darshana Sedera (Southern Cross University, Australia) and Shirish Srivastava (HEC Paris, France)
This study explores the control mechanisms for managing interdependencies between modules of software development projects.
By Maduka Subasinghage, Gustavo Guzman (Griffith University, Australia) and Robert Ogulin (University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia)
This study explores requisite knowledge capabilities for different types of supply chain networks such as efficient supply chains, collaborative supply chains and agile supply chains.
By Bill Doolin and Brian Bloomfield (Lancaster University, UK)
This research project explores environmental governance, landscapes and controversy in oil and gas extraction in New Zealand.
By Lena Waizenegger and Angsana A. Techatassanasoontorn
This research examines the RPA implementation process and the impact of RPA on the work processes and practices of the human workforce in a financial company.
The Business Information Systems Department has a strong association with the New Zealand Work Research Institute. They collaborated to produce the World Internet Project - New Zealand 2017, which was jointly sponsored by InternetNZ, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, and Auckland Council.
Staff in the Business Information Systems Department occupy editorial roles in the Information Systems Journal and the Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Development Countries and actively participate in internationally recognised conferences.
Staff in the Business Information Systems Department contribute in different roles in academic, professional and non-for-profit organisations, including the Association for Information Systems, Project Management Institute, ISACA and Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa, among others.