The Impact of Residual Risk and Resultant Problems on Information Systems
Section Editor of JAIS, and Senior Editor (Emeritus)
for MIS Quarterly, the Journal of the AIS and
Database. He is currently examining the impacts
of digitalization on individuals and organizations.
He is the recipient of numerous awards from USC,
Clemson, AIS, DSI, Anbar, and Price Waterhouse
for his research and teaching. He is a Fellow of the
Association for Information Systems. He can be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
John D. McGregor is an Associate Professor of
Computer Science at Clemson University, a Visiting
Scientist at the Software Engineering Institute, and
a partner in Luminary Software, a software/systems
engineering consulting firm. He regularly engages
large software development organizations at all
levels from strategic to tactical to the concrete. His
research interests include highly reliable software-intensive systems, software product lines, socio-technical ecosystems, model-driven development,
and software/system architecture. He has been
chair of the steering committee for the Software
Product Line Conference and serves on the program
committee of six to ten conferences per year. He
researches, writes, and practices strategic software
engineering. His consulting has included satellite
operating systems, telephony infrastructure, cell
phones, software certification, and software-defined
radios. His latest book is A Practical Guide to Testing
Object-Oriented Software (Addison-Wesley, 2001).
He can be contacted at email@example.com.
Steve Davis earned his PhD from Georgia Institute
of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. He is a
Professor Emeritus at Clemson University, where he
taught courses in Management Information Systems
and Electronic Commerce. His current research
interest is investigating effectiveness of practices for
developing and implementing information systems.
His articles have been published in IEEE Transactions
on Software Engineering, IEEE Software, Interfaces,
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies,
International Journal of Production Research, and
others. He has served as principal investigator for
projects for the National Science Foundation and
Department of Defense. He can be contacted at
Management Science, Organization Science, Journal
of Management Studies, and IEEE Transactions on
Engineering Management among others, as well as
in national and international proceedings. He has
received various awards for his research, teaching,
and service at the college, university, and state
levels. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Raymond M. Henry is an Associate Professor in
the Information Systems Department and Director
of the Business Analytics programs in the Monte
Ahuja College of Business at Cleveland State
University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA and received his
PhD in Information Systems from the University of
Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His research
explores topics related to IT governance, information
systems development, knowledge management, and
human–computer interaction. His work has been
published in premier journals, including Information
Systems Research, Journal of Management
Information Systems, Communications of the ACM,
Journal of the AIS, and Journal of Operations
Management, among others. He can be contacted at
Stefan Tams is an Assistant Professor of Information
Systems at HEC Montréal, Canada and received
his PhD from the Department of Management at
Clemson University. His work has appeared in several
scientific journals, including Journal of Strategic
Information Systems, Journal of the Association for
Information Systems, and European Journal of Work
and Organizational Psychology. He can be contacted
Varun Grover is the William S. Lee (Duke Energy)
Distinguished Professor of Information Systems
at Clemson University. He has published extensively in the information systems field, with over
200 publications in major refereed journals. Over
ten recent articles have ranked him among the top
four researchers based on number of publications
in the top information systems journals, as well as
citation impact. Dr. Grover has an h-index of 71 and
over 22,000 citations in Google Scholar. Thompson
Reuters recognized him as a Highly Cited research
in 2013. He is Senior Editor for MISQ Executive,
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Russell Purvis is an Associate Professor at
Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, USA
and earned his PhD from Florida State University. He
teaches courses in the areas of project and technology management and his current research interests
focus on the project management and the development and implementation of information systems.
His articles have been published in MIS Quarterly,