I’m an assistant professor at the Department of Information Technology and Supply Chain Management at the Boise State University College of Business and Economics.
I received my PhD from the University of Washington’s Information School where I was part the GAMER Group. My research interests lie at the intersection of information science and entertainment software development. Currently, these interests involve the ways in which IT development projects differ in the cultural industries when compared to utilitarian segments commonly studied in the information systems (IS) literature. My dissertation was part of an ongoing investigation of the ways that project team member behavior is affected by self-identification with the technology being developed.
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