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Professor Joe Nandhakumar

Professor of Information Systems

Research Interests

Design and use of information systems; social media and virtual teams; digital innovation, creativity and interdisciplinary collaboration; and practice theory.

Teaching in 2014-2015

Information Systems Management & Innovation

  • IB96E0: Digital Business Strategy and Social Media
  • IB96E0: Digital Business Strategy and Social Media
  • IB94C0: Dissertation MSISMI

Research Students

  • IB9EE0: Innovation in the Digital Age

Information Systems Management & Innovation

  • IB96H0: Knowledge, Work and Innovation

MSc Business

  • IB96HB: Knowledge, Work and Innovation

Innovation, Knowledge & Organisational Networks Research Unit, Information Systems & Management Group

Email:  /  Tel: 024 765 24277

Biography

Previously Reader in Information Systems at the School of Management, University of Bath. Held Visiting faculty positions in the Department of Information and Computer Science at the University of California Irvine and in the Department of Computer Information Systems at Georgia State University. Wide ranging industrial experience with Ford of Europe and Nestlé. Fully qualified Chartered Management Accountant. Senior Editor, Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS). Associate Editor, European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS). Editorial Board member of Information Technology and People and Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems. Currently principal investigator on ESRC funded studies: Interdisciplinary collaboration in computer games development; and Pricing innovation - developing business models for ‘serious’ computer games.

Recent Publications [all...]

Journal Articles

Book Chapters

  • Stacey, P., Thomas, D. and Nandhakumar, J.. "How Funny Are Games"
    Changing the Rules of the Game: Economic, Management and Emerging Issues in the Computer Games Industry (2013)8: 142-165.
  • Stacey, K. P. and Nandhakumar, J.. "Emotional Journeys in Game Design Teams"
    Business, Technological and Social Dimensions of Computer Games: Multidisciplinary Developments (2011)
  • Ignatiadis, I. and Nandhakumar, J.. "Enterprise systems, control and drift"
    Global implications of modern enterprise information systems: technologies and applications (2009)16: 317-343.

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