Gezinus J. Hidding, Ph.D.
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REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
- "A Framework for Post-Crisis Business Continuity Plans", (with Sharvari Kulkarni and Serhat Cicekoglu as 1st and 3rd authors),
Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences (HICSS), Poipu, Kauai, HI, Jan. 5-8, 2015, IEEE Computer Society Press.
- "A Generalized Rubric for Reflective Assignments with the Ignatian Pedagogy Paradigm" (with Carol Scheidenhelm and Shannon Milligan as 2nd and 3rd authors),
Journal of Jesuit Business Education, Fall 2014. An earlier version was presented at, and appeared in the proceedings of,
the Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education (CJBE) conference, held in St. Louis in July 14-16, 2013.
- "Reducing I.T. Project Management Failures: Early Empirical Results" (with J. Nicholas as 2nd author),
Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences (HICSS),
Waikoloa Village, HI, Jan. 6-9, 2014, IEEE Computer Society Press.
- "Information Systems as a Professional Discipline: Focus on the Management of Technology"
Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, Vol. 22, No. 4, 2012, pp. 347-360.
An earlier version was presented as a keynote speech at, and appeared pp. 3-8 in the proceedings (published by IEEE) of,
the 34th International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces (ITI) held in Cavtat/Dubrovnik, Croatia, June 25-28, 2012.
- "How Platform Leaders Win" (with Jeffrey R. Williams and John Sviokla as 2nd and 3rd co-authors,
Journal of Business Strategy, Vol. 32, No. 2, 2011, pp. 29-37.
- "Management Principles Associated with I.T. Project Success" (with John Nicholas, 1st author) in International Journal of Management & Information Systems, Volume 14, Number 4, Fall 2010. An earlier version of this paper was presented as "Reducing I.T. Project Failures with Value-Driven Change Leadership (VDCL)" (with John Nicholas, 2nd author) at the Applied Business Research Conference of the Clute Institute in Orlando, Fl, January 4-6, 2010, where it won a “Best Paper” Award.
- "Emphasizing Business Analysis to Increase IS Enrollments" (with Ron Kizior, 1st author) in Information Systems Education Journal, Volume 8, Issue Number 7, July 2010. Earlier versions of this paper were included as "Emphasizing Business Analysis to Increase IS Majors" (with Ron Kizior, 2nd author) in Proceedings of ISECON 2009, November 5-8, 2009, Washington, DC, and "A Shift in Strategy to Increase IS Majors" (with Ron Kizior, 1st author) in Proceedings of ISECON 2008, November 6-9, 2008, Phoenix, AZ.
- "The IT Platform Principle: The First Shall Not Be First"
(with Jeffrey R. Williams and John Sviokla as 2nd and 3rd co-authors). The article was accepted by Sloan Management Review, and published in the January 25, 2010 edition of the Wall Street Journal's Business Insight section,
which is co-edited with Sloan Management Review.
- "Complementary Resources' Role in First Movers and Followers in I.T. Industries" (with Thomas Wilson,
Jeffrey R. Williams and Thomas Kuncheria as 2nd-4th co-authors), Journal of Information Science and Technology,
Vol. 5, No. 3, 2008. Earlier were presented in the Strategy Seminar series at the Graduate School of Industrial
Administration, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, November 10, 2003, and at the Eigth
INFORMS Conference on Information Systems and Technology (CIST), held October 18-19, 2003, in Atlanta, GA.
- "Fast-follower Advantage in I.T.-intensive Markets: An Historical Analysis"
(with Jeffrey R. Williams, 2nd author), chapter in "Enabling Executive Information Technology Competencies"
(Andrew Wenn and K. Kathy Dhanda, editors), published by the Information Institute, Washington, DC, 2005,
a collection of selected papers from
the ISOneWorld Conference held March 30 - April 1, 2005 in Las Vegas,
Nevada. An earlier version of this research appeared as "Are there
First-Mover Advantages in B2B eCommerce Technologies?" (with Jeffrey
R. Williams as 2nd author), Proceedings of HICSS (Hawaii International
Conference on System Sciences), IEEE, January 6-9, 2003, Big Island,
Hawaii. Earlier versions presented at the International Business
Economics and Research Conference, held October 7-11, 2002, in Las Vegas,
and at the Athenian Policy Forum, held August 16-17 at Loyola University
Chicago. Initial research proposal was awarded a competitive Loyola
University Summer (2002) Stipend.
- "Fast-follower Advantages and Network Externalities in
I.T.-driven markets" (with Kristine Ankney as 1st author), Journal of
Information Science and Technology (JIST), Vol. 2, No.2, 2005, pp. 5-24. An earlier
version "Fast-follower Advantages and Network Externalities in
eBusiness Technology markets" was presented at the Conference
"Managing in the Global Information Economy", September 12-13, 2003 at
The Anderson School at UCLA.
- "Sustaining Strategic IT Advantage in the Information Age: How
Strategy Paradigms Differ by Speed", Journal of Strategic Information
Systems, Vol. 10, September 2001, pp. 201-222. An earlier version
appeared as: "Sustaining IT Advantage
in the Information Age" Proceedings of HICSS (Hawaii International
Conference on System Sciences), IEEE, January 5-8, 1999, Maui, Hawaii.
Won nomination for best paper in the Organizational Systems and
Technology Track. A very early version appeared as: "Uncovering
the 'Missing Link' to Information Technology Planning" (with Jeff
Williams, as 1st author), CMU GSIA Working Paper, November 1989.
- "An Investigation into Differences in the Business Practices of Information
Industries" (with George Nezlek as first author), Human
Systems Management, Volume 20, 2001, pp.71-81. Earlier versions appeared
a Research Agenda for the Study of Business Practices in Information Industries",
Proceedings of HICSS (Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences),
IEEE, January 4-7, 2000, Maui, Hawaii; and as "Business Practices in Information
Industries", Proceedings of the AMCIS Conference, Milwaukee, WI, August
13-15, 1999. Initially funded by Loyola University Chicago's Graduate School
of Business on summer research grant proposal "Strategic Competition in
Information Industries", 1998.
- "Sustainability Analysis for Competitive Intelligence" (with Jeffrey
R. Williams as 2nd author), chapter in "Business Information Technology Management:
Alternative and Adaptive Futures", R. Hackney and D. Dunn (editors), MacMillan
Publishing, 2000. Earlier published in Competitive Intelligence Review, Volume
8, Number 1, Spring 1997, pp. 33-39.
- "Anatomy of a Learning Organization: Turning Knowledge into Capital at
Andersen Consulting" (with Shireen M. Catterall as 2nd author), Knowledge
and Process Management, Volume 5, Number 1, May 1998, pp. 3-13.
- "Reinventing Methodology: Who Reads It And Why" Communications of
the ACM, Volume 40, Number 11, November 1997, pp. 102-109. Portions published
earlier as "Rethinking Methodology: Who Uses It and Why Not", Proceedings
of 4th Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems (WITS), December 17-18,
1994, Vancouver, B.C., Canada; and as "Modeling Large Processes with Task
Packages", Proceedings of the Workshop on Modeling in the Large, AAAI
Conference (July 1993), Washington, D.C.
- "DSS Conceptualizers in O.R.: Should You Apply A.I.?"; chapter in:
Mathematical Models for Decision Support, Gautam Mitra (ed.), NATO ASI Series
F, Volume 48, 1988, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1988. Also published as Chapter
2 in "Strategy Decision Making: An Expert Systems Implementation",
Ph.D. Dissertation published by UMI, Ann Arbor, MI, 1992.
"Reducing I.T.-Project management Failures: A Research Proposal" (with John Nicholas, 2nd author)
presented at HICSS (Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences),
January 5-8, 2009, Big Island, Hawaii. An earlier version was presented as
"Reducing I.T. Project Failures with Value-Driven Project Leadership" at the INFORMS conference,
Nov. 4-7, 2007, Seattle, WA.
- "Determining The Value of Knowledge Management using Agent-based Simulation":
Conducted literature review and developed prototype simulation model. Student assistants: John Edison, Manish Wadhwa.
Presented "The Value of Knowledge Management: A Simulation Approach" on Nov. 7, 2001 at INFORMS National Conference,
Miami Beach. Also presented "Business Value of Knowledge Management" at CIO Institute Workshop on Knowledge Management,
Carnegie Mellon University, July 2000.
- "Influence of National Culture on the Use of I.S. Development Methods",
Proceedings of BITWorld, June 1-3, 2000, Mexico City, Mexico. Research proposal
was published as: "Adoption of IS Development Methods Across Cultural Boundaries",
Proceedings of ICIS (International Conference on Information Systems), December
1998, Helsinki, Finland. Initially funded by Loyola University Chicago's Graduate
School of Business on summer research grant proposal "Adoption of Best
Practices in Different National Cultures", 1997.
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