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Assoc. Professor Darshana Sedera

I am currently employed as an Associate Professor at the Information Systems School. I have for the past 3 years, been a research-teaching-service academic (50%-30%-20%). In an academic career spanning 10 years, I have gained global recognition as a prominent researcher, who has demonstrated strong leadership in service with the ability to develop innovative and cutting edge teaching. My expertise is in the areas of Corporate Information Systems, Enterprise Systems and System Evaluations.

Recent Journal Papers

  1. *** Walther , Sarker, Urbach, Sedera, Eymann, Otto (2015) “Exploring Organizational Level Continuance of Cloud-Based Enterprise Systems” Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE), to appear in 2015
  2. *** Palekar and Sedera “Competing-Complementarity of Social Media on News Organizations” (2015) Pacific Asian Journal of IS
  3. *** Salem, Sedera et al. (2015) “Moving from Evaluation to Trial: How do SMEs Start Adopting Cloud ERP” The Australasian Journal of IS
  4. *** Atapattu, Palekar, Sedera (2015) “Unveiling the Black Markets of Pooled Assets” The Australasian Journal of IS
  5. *** Atapattu, M Sedera, D. (2014) “Agility in Consumer Retail: Sense-Response Alignment through the Eyes of Customers”, AJIS, Ranking: ABDC A; The Australian newspaper and Chanel 7 carried this in their news bulletin (tier A)
  6. ***Sedera, D. (2014) Krcmar, Srivastava, Lokuge, and Ravishankar, “The Future of Outsourcing in the Asia-Pacific Region: Implications for Research and Practice—Panel Report from PACIS 2014” The Communications of the AIS, Ranking: ABDC A
  7. ***Sedera, D. (2014) Tate, McLean and Burton-Jones, “Information Systems Success Research: The “20-Year Update?” The Communications of the AIS, Ranking: ABDC A
  8. ***Sedera, D., (2014) Eden, R. Tan, F. “Sustaining the Momentum: Archival Analysis of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (2006-2012)” The Communications of the AIS, Ranking: ABDC A;
  9. ***Sedera, D., (2014), Palekar S. “Competing-Complementarity of Digital Social Networks on News Organisations” Electronic Commerce Research, Ranking: ABDC A
  10. ***Sedera, D., (2014), Subasingha, M. Srivastava, S. C., Murphy G., “Intra-organizational Information Asymmetry in Offshore ISD-outsourcing” VINE : The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, Ranking: ABDC B
  11. ***Sedera, D. (2013) Dey, S “User Expertise in Contemporary Information Systems: Conceptualization, Measurement and Application Information & Management”, Information and Management, Ranking: ABDC A*; Impact Factor: 3.8, Earlier Version of this paper appeared at the International Conference on IS 2008
  1. ***Sedera, D (2010) Gable, G “Knowledge Management Competence for Enterprise System Success”, Journal of Strategic Information Systems (JSIS) Volume 19, pp 296-306, Ranking: Senior Scholars’ Basket of top-6 IS journals in the world, Impact Factor: 2.2
  1. ***Sedera, D. (2008) Gable, G. Chan, T. “Re-conceptualizing Information System Success: The IS-Impacts measurement model” Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS) Volume 9, Issue 7, pp.377-408, July 2008, Ranking: Senior Scholars’ Basket of top-6 IS journals in the world, Impact Factor: 2.3
  2. **Sedera, D (2013) Parsaeemehr, M., Rezea, F. “Personality type of investors and perceptions of Financial Information to Make Decisions” Asian Economic and Financial Review, Volume: 3 , Issue: 3
  3. ***Sedera, D (2011) Ahmad M N, Zakaria N H “Ontology-based Knowledge Management for Enterprise Systems”, International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems, Volume 7, 4, 2011
  4. ***Sedera, D (2011) Wang, W “Supply Chain Management Benefits Management Framework”, Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research, Sep 2011

ICIS Papers – The premier conference in Information Systems 

  1. ***Sedera, D (2014) Eden, R. “The Largest Admitted IT Project Failure in the Southern Hemisphere: A Teaching Case”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Auckland, New Zealand
  2. ***Sedera (2014) Palekar, S. Responding to Black Markets: Role of IT and Network Structures” in proceedings at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 14) 4-7 Dec, Auckland, New Zealand
  3. ***Sedera, D (2013) Nuwangi, M, Srivastava, S. “Information systems development outsourcing: the role of control configurations”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Milan, Italy
  4. ***Sedera, D (2013) Eden, R. McLean, E. “Are we there yet? Theorizing IS success”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Milan, Italy
  5. ***Sedera (2013) Palekar, S. competing Complementarity of Social Media” in proceedings at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 13) 4-7 Dec, Milan, Italy
  6. ***Sedera, D (2012) Nuwangi, M, Murphy, G. “Information Asymmetry in Offshore Software Development Outsourcing: The Control Theory View”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Orlando, USA
  7. ***Sedera, D (2012) Eden, R. “Addressing the stagger: Past, Present and Future of ERP Research”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Orlando, USA
  8. ***Sedera (2011) Wand, W. A Benefit Expectation Management Framework for Supply Chain Management Systems” in proceedings at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 11) 4-7 Dec, Shanghai, China
  9. ***Sedera, D. (2009) Wang, W. “Towards a SCM and CRM Benefits Measurement Model” in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS ‘09), 15-18 Dec, Phoenix, USA
  10. ***Sedera, D. (2009) Gable, G. “Formative and Reflective Measurement and Validation Mismatch in Survey Research: An archival analysis of Information Systems Success Constructs 1985-2007” in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS ‘09), Phoenix, USA
  11. ***Sedera, D. (2008) and Dey, S. “Expert Performance in Information Systems” in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS ‘08), Paris, France
  12. ***Sedera, D. (2008) and Tan, F. “Introducing a Business Process and Software Centric Approach for Enterprise System Teaching” in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS ‘08), Paris
  13. ***Sedera, D. (2004) and Gable, G. “A Factor and Structural Equation analysis of the Enterprise Systems Success Measurement Model“ in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Washington, D.C., USA, Dec 12 – 17
  14. ***Sedera, D. (2003) Gable, G. Chan, T. “Enterprise Systems Success: a measurement model”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Seattle, USA, Dec 14-17
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