SRINARAYAN SHARMAProfessor of Information Technology
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Dr. Srinarayan Sharma holds a DBA in Management Information Systems from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. He has over fifteen years of teaching experience in the Information Technology area. He has taught various courses such as Management Information Systems, Systems Analysis and Design, Electronic Commerce, Database Management, Data Communications and Networks, Network Security, Network Management, etc. at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
His research has involved studies of various IT innovations such as open source software, computer-aided software engineering, data warehousing, mobile commerce, etc. His work has been published in various IT journals and conferences such as Communications of the ACM, Information Systems Journal, Information & Management, Journal of Privacy and Security, American Journal of Information Technology, Annual Conferences of the Association of Information Systems, Annual Conferences of the Decision Sciences Institutes, et cetera.
He has consulted with IBM, Sears, and Chrysler on intelligent database design, data mining, and data warehousing projects.
Sharma, S. and Rai, A. Role of Individual Factors in Organizational Adoption of IS Innovations: An Exploratory Study. Accepted for publication in European Journal of Information Systems.
Sharma, S. and Rai, A. An Assessment of the Relationship between ISD Leadership Characteristics and IS Innovation Adoption in Organizations. Information & Management, Vol. 40, 2003, pp. 391-401.
Sharma, S., Sugumaran, V., and Rajagopalan, B. A Framework for Creating Hybrid-OSS Communities. Information Systems Journal, 12, 2002, pp. 7-25.
Sharma, S. and Rai, A. The State-of-Practice of CASE Deployment in IS Organizations. Communications of the ACM, Vol. 43, No. 1, Jan 2000, pp. 80-88.
|1||Management Information Systems||Term III|
|2||Business Intelligence||Term VI|
|3||Spreadsheet Applications in Management||Term I|