Anand Jeyaraj, Ph.D.
Anand Jeyaraj, Ph.D.
Anand Jeyaraj is Professor in the ISSCM Department at the Raj Soin College of Business. He holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration (with emphasis in Information Systems) from the University of Missouri, St. Louis, USA. He also holds a Masters degree in Management Information Systems (MIS) from the University of Missouri, St. Louis, and a Masters degree in Computer Science from Bishop Heber College, India.
He has taught a variety of courses including programming courses such as Visual Basic, Java, C++, C, Cobol, Pascal, Fortran, and Basic; technical courses such as data structures and algorithms, operating systems, systems programming, computer networks, and computer graphics; and behavioral courses such as systems analysis and design, management of information systems, and information technology outsourcing. He also teaches specialized courses such as geographic information systems (GIS), supply chain information management, and business data analytics. He is a recipient of the 2008 Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award from the Southwestern Ohio Council of Higher Education (SOCHE), the 2009 Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Technology at the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, and the 2011 University System of Ohio Faculty Innovator Award.
His research interests are primarily in the area of information systems with overlaps in the areas of organization behavior and social networks. He has conducted research in a number of organizations regarding the adoption of information systems. His research appears in leading publications such as MIS Quarterly, Management Science, Information & Organization, Communications of the ACM, and Journal of Information Technology. He has also presented his research at various conferences including the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Diffusion Interest Group in Information Technology (DIGIT), and the Annual Conference of the Academy of Management (AoM). He is the recipient of the 2016 Outstanding Scholarship Award from the Raj Soin College of Business.
MIS 1150 - Introduction to Business Programming (using VB.NET)
MIS 2150 - Information Systems Applications Development (using Java, VB.NET)
MIS 3150 - Data and Information Management (using Oracle Apex)
MIS 4300 - Business Analytics (using Teradata, SAS Visual Analytics, Tableau)
MIS 4500 - Business Processes and Enterprise Systems (using Oracle e-Business Suite)
MIS 4600 - Geographic Information Systems for Business (using ArcGIS)
MIS 7400 - Information Technology Outsourcing and Partnerships
Member, Promotion and Tenure Commitee, RSCoB, 2017-2019.
Chair, Promotion and Tenure Commitee, ISSCM Department, 2017-2019.
Chair, Curriculum Committee B, Graduate Council, 2016-2017.
Chair, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, MIS, 2015-2016.
Member, Curriculum Committee, B, Graduate Council, 2013-2017.
Member, Information Technology Committee, Faculty Senate, 2013-2014.
Member, Graduate Council, 2013-2017.
Chair, Information Technology Committee, RSCoB, 2012-present.
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, ISSCM Department, 2011-present.
Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, MIS, 2006-present.
Dwivedi, Y.K., Rana, N.P., Jeyaraj, A., Clement, M., and Williams, M.D., 2017, "Re-examining the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT): Towards a Revised Theoretical Model," Information Systems Frontiers, forthcoming.
Roberts, N., Gerow, J., Jeyaraj, A., and Roberts, S., 2016, "A Meta-analysis of Organizational Learning and IT Assimilation," Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, forthcoming.
Sabherwal, R. and Jeyaraj, A., 2015, “Information Technology impacts on Firm Performance: An extension of Kohli and Devaraj (2003),” MIS Quarterly, 29(4), 809-836. [Featured: Sabherwal, R. and Jeyaraj, A., "Measuring the business value of IT: Simplify with caution," in the LSE Business Review (UK THELMA for Knowledge Exchange/Transfer Initiative of the Year recipient in 2012) at the London School of Economics, February 2016.]
Duffy, K., Jeyaraj, A., Farmer, B., and Sethi, V., 2015, “Orgainzational Engagement with Supply Chain Integration: Achieving a Tangible Strategy,” Journal of Information Technology & Software Engineering, 5(1), 1-7.
Jeyaraj, A. and Sauter, V., 2014, “Validation of Business Process Models using Swimlane Diagrams,” Journal of Information Technology Management, 25(4), 27-37.
Jeyaraj, A. and Sabherwal, R., 2014, “The Bass Model of Diffusion: Recommendations for Use in Information Systems Research and Practice,” Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application, 15(1), 5–32.
Jeyaraj, A. and Sabherwal, R., 2014, “Diffusion of Information Technology Innovations,” Wiley Encyclopedia of Management (3/ed), Vol.7, 65-72.
Sun, Y. and Jeyaraj, A., 2013, “Information Technology Adoption and Continuance: A Longitudinal Study of Individuals’ Behavioral Intentions,” Information & Management, 50(7), 457–465.
Jeyaraj, A., 2013, “Teaching Design of Optimal Business Information Systems,” International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 4(1), 57–69.
Barelka, A.J., Jeyaraj, A., and Walinski, R.G., 2013, “Content Acceptance Model and New Media Technologies,” Journal of Computer Information Systems, 53(3), 56–64.
Jeyaraj, A. and Sethi, V., 2012, “Implementation of Information Systems Infrastructures for Supply Chain Visibility in Organizations,” Journal of Information Science and Technology, 9(1), 1–21.
Matta, V., Koonce, D., and Jeyaraj, A., 2012, “Initiation, Experimentation, and Implementation of Innovations: The Case for Radio Frequency Identification Systems,” International Journal of Information Management, 32(2), 164–174.
Jeyaraj, A., 2010, “Business Process Elicitation, Modeling, and Reengineering: Teaching and Learning with Simulated Environments”, Journal of Information Systems Education, 21(2), 253–264.
Shaw, N.G., Sethi, V., Jeyaraj, A., and Duffy, K., 2010, “Modeling User Training and Support for Information Technology Implementations: A Bayesian Test of Competing Models,” Information Resources Management Journal, 23(2), 20–32.
Jeyaraj, A., Balser, D., Chowa, C. and Griggs, G., 2009, “Organizational and Institutional Determinants of B2C Adoption under Shifting Environments,” Journal of Information Technology, 24(3), 219–230.
Sabherwal, R., Hirschheim, R. and Jeyaraj, A., 2009, “A Knowledge-based View of Information Systems Planning and its Consequences: Review and Propositions,” Advances in MIS [Volume: Planning for IS], 123–155.
Sethi, V., Sethi, V., Jeyaraj, A. and Duffy, K., 2008, “Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Implementation in a Global Subsidiary Organization: Lessons Learned,” Journal of Asia-Pacific Business, 9(4), 373–394.
Jeyaraj, A. and Sabherwal, R., 2008, “Adoption of Information Systems Innovations by Individuals: A Study of Processes involving Contextual, Adopter, and Influencer Actions,” Information & Organization, 18(3), 205–234.
Jeyaraj, A. and Sauter, V., 2007, “An Empirical Investigation of the Effectiveness of Systems Modeling and Verification Tools,” Communications of the ACM, 50(6), 62–67.
Sabherwal, R., Jeyaraj, A. and Chowa, C., 2006, “Information System Success: Individual and Organizational Determinants,” Management Science, 52(12), 1849-1864.
Jeyaraj, A., Rottman, J.W. and Lacity, M., 2006, “A Review of the Predictors, Linkages, and Biases in IT Innovation Adoption Research,” Journal of Information Technology, 21(1), 1–23. [Reprinted: Jeyaraj, A., Rottman, J.W. and Lacity, M., 2006, “A Review of the Predictors, Linkages, and Biases in IT Innovation Adoption Research,” Major Currents in Information Systems (Volume IV), Lacity, M.C. (Volume editor), Willcocks, L.P. and Lee, A.S. (Series editors), Sage Library in Business & Management, Sage Publications, London, 2008, 200–236.]