Ms. Fatou Farima Bagayogo, a doctoral student at McGill University in the area of Information System will be presenting her research defense entitled:
Three Essays on Users' Reactions to Information Technology
Fatou Farima Bagayogo
Doctoral Student in Information Systems, McGill University
Date: February 27, 2014
Time: 02:15 pm - 03:45 pm
Location: Room 1610W, 1010 Sherbrooke W.
PhD, Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Canada
MSc, HEC Montreal, Canada
BCom, HEC Montreal, Canada
Bronfman Building, [Map]
1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Professor Bassellier joined the Faculty of Management in 2001. While a Ph.D.student at the University of British Columbia, she was Managing Editor of Information Systems Research, and Coordinator for the Bureau for e-business Research at the Faculty of Commerce at UBC. Professor Bassellier was nominated for the 1999 International Conference on Information Systems Doctoral Consortium, Charlotte, North Carolina. She was a visiting scholar at the National University of Singapore in October 2000.
Professor Bassellier's teaching interests include Information Systems Management, Knowledge Management, and Strategic Management of IT. She teaches these courses in the BCom, MBA, and PhD program.
Her research examines the management of Information Technologies. She explores the dynamics between IT professionals and their business clients, and the role of top management in IT strategic initiatives. She also looks at how organizations can best leverage their intellectual capital through knowledge adoption from online knowledge communities, knowledge integration in geographically dispersed teams, and knowledge requirements in the context of outsourcing. More recently she started working on the role of emotions in technology adoption and on post adoption behaviors. Her work has been published in Information Systems Research, MIS Quarterly, and the Journal of Management Information Systems.
Papers in Peer-Reviewed Journals
Books and Edited Volumes
Chapters in Books
2012: McGill Paper Presentation Grant for travel to CIST/INFORMS, Phoenix, AZ.
2012-2013: McGill Collaborative Research Development Fund, “Doing Business in the Digital Economy: Leveraging Social Features for Greater Value Creation”, co-applicant with Jui Ramaprasad
2011-2015: Fonds Québécois de la Recherche sur la Société et la Culture,“Gérer quatre défis d’implantation pour maximiser la valeur des technologies de l’information : une approche par les ressources excédentaires,” Subvention de soutien aux équipes de recherche, (Alain Pinsonneault principal investigator)
2010-2013: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (2010-2013) “Are teams performing betterwhen using electronic networks of knowledge?” principal investigator with Samer Faraj, coinvestigator
2009-2010: Internal Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, McGill University, “Are teams performing better when using electronic networks of knowledge?” principal and sole investigator
2010-2013: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, “The IT professional as a customer service provider: a goals perspective”, co-investigator, Ron Cenfetelli, UBC, principal investigator
2006-2009: Fonds Québécois de la Recherche sur la Société et la Culture, “Exploration du rôle des connaissances et mécanismes d’intégration des connaissances dans les projets en technologies de l’information,” Etablissement de nouveaux professeurs-chercheurs,(principal and sole investigator
2005-2008: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, “Cross-functional knowledge and IT project performance,” principal and sole investigator
2005-2009: Fonds Québécois de la Recherche sur la Société et la Culture (2005-2009) “Maximiser la valeur d’affaire des technologies de l’information: un programme de recherche intégré,” Subvention de soutien aux équipes de recherche, (Alain Pinsonneault principal investigator; G. Bassellier, L. Lapointe, W. Oh – McGill University; H. Barki – HEC Montreal; A. Beaudry – Concordia University, M. Mortensen – MIT)
Faculty in the Information discipline teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. For a listing of courses, please see the following:
The McGill PhD Program in Management provides students with a unique post-graduate educational experience that facilitates exposure to a variety of research approaches and interests, and to the combined resources of four top Montreal universities.
This concentration provides tools, frameworks, and integration of all aspects of organizational operations, supply chain, IT processes and innovation management. As technology reshapes the globe and innovations transform markets and organizations, the 21st century manager will be deeply immersed in Technology and Innovation Management. A unique aspect of the concentration is the capstone project course where students work on solving a real-life technology innovation problem.
Mentors: Professors Liette Lapointe, Kunsoo Han, Emmanuelle Vaast, and Genevieve Bassellier
Mentors: Profs. Liette Lapointe, Kunsoo Han, Emmanuelle Vaast and Genevieve Bassellier
"The Analysis of Formative Measurement in Is Research: Choosing Between Component-and Covariance-Based Techniques," Data Base for Advances in Information Systems
Authors: Cenfetelli, Ronald T.; Bassellier, Geneviève; Posey, Clay
Publication: Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, November 2013
"The Contradictory Influence of Social Media Affordances on Online Communal Knowledge Sharing," Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
Authors: Majchrzak, Ann; Faraj, Samer; Kane, Gerald; Azad, Bijan
Publication: Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
Authors: Vaast, Emmanuelle; Davidson, Elizabeth J.; Mattson, Thomas
Publication: MIS Quarterly, 2013