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Stacie Petter is an Associate Professor of
Information Systems at Baylor University, Waco,
Texas, USA. She earned her PhD in Computer
Information Systems from Georgia State University,
Atlanta, Georgia, USA, with an MBA from Georgia
State University and a B.S. from Berry College, Mount
Berry, Georgia. Stacie’s primary research examines
issues associated with software project management.
She also conducts research on the impacts of
information systems and research methods. Her work
has appeared in journals, including MIS Quarterly,
Journal of Management Information Systems,
Journal of the Association for Information Systems,
Project Management Journal ®, International Journal
of Project Management, among others. She can be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Michelle Carter is an Assistant Professor in the
Carson College of Business at Washington State
University, Everett, Washington, USA. She holds a PhD
in Management (Information Systems) from Clemson
University, Clemson, South Carolina, USA. Michelle’s
research focuses on IT’s involvement in identity and
social change, the role of trust in shaping IT use
behaviors, and IT/IS management. Her work has
appeared in journals, including MIS Quarterly, ACM
Transactions on Management Information Systems,
the European Journal of Information Systems,
Information & Management, Communications of
the AIS, and MISQ Executive, as well as several
conference proceedings and book chapters. She can
be contacted at email@example.com