Associate Professor, DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY
About Chen Zhang
Dr. Chen Zhang is an Associate Professor of Business Information and Technology at the Fogelman College of Business & Economics at the University of Memphis.
Dr. Zhang's research primarily focuses on individual behavior in online communities especially in open source software development communities and other open innovation communities. She is also interested in the dynamics and the evolution of IT ecosystems as well as the strategic value of information and business analytics. Her other research interests include online information search behavior, requirements elicitation, and software project management.
Dr. Zhang has published her research in Information Systems Research, MISQ Executive,
IEEE Software, and proceedings of major international conferences such as International
Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
She has taught courses in Applications Development, Computer Hardware and System Software, Data Communications and Networks, and Introduction to Business Microcomputer Applications.
She holds a Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from Purdue University, a M.S. in Computer Science from Wright State University, an MBA from Bowling Green State University, and a B.S. in Economics from Beijing Normal University in China.
Doctor of Philosophy, Purdue University
Master of Science, Wright State University
Master of Business Administration, Bowling Green State University
Bachelor of Science, Beijing Normal University
Applications Programming; Computer Hardware and Software; Systems Analysis and Design; Statistics and Business Analytics; Enterprise Architecture; Mobile Applications Development
Open Source Software Development; Open Innovations and IT Ecosystems; Strategic Value of Information and IT; Online Information Search Behavior; Software Development and Testing; Business Analytics
Zhang, C., Hahn, J. and De, P. 2013. "Continued Participation in Online Innovation Communities: Does Community Response Matter Equally for Everyone?" Information Systems Research (24:4), pp. 1112-1130.
Kettinger, W.J., Zhang, C. and Chang K. 2013. "A View from the Top: Integrated Information Delivery and Effective Information Use from the Senior Executive's Perspective," Information Systems Research, Forthcoming.
Meservy, T., Zhang, C., Lee, E., and Dhaliwal, J. 2011. "The Business Rules Approach and Its Impact on Software Testing: A Case Study," IEEE Software, 21 Sept. 2011. IEEE computer Society Digital Library. IEEE Computer Society, <http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MS.2011.120> Abstract
Onita, C., Lee, E., Zhang, C., and Kaleta, J. 2012. "Network Enabled Meta-Search Tool (NEST): An Answer to Harmonizing Knowledge Sourcing in a Company?" Journal of Information Technology Management (23:2), pp. 29-41.
Kettinger, W. J., Zhang, C. and Marchand, D. A. 2011. "CIO and Business Executive Leadership Approaches to Establishing Company-Wide Information Orientation," MIS Quarterly Executive (10:4). Abstract
Ambartsoumian, V., Dhaliwal, J., Meservy, T., Lee, E. T., and Zhang, C., 2011."Implementing Quality Gates throughout the Enterprise IT Production Process," Journal of Information Technology Management (42:1), pp. 28-38.
Hahn, J., Moon, J. Y., and Zhang, C. 2008. "Emergence of New Project Teams from Open Source Software Developer Networks: Impact of Prior Collaboration Ties," Information Systems Research (19:3), pp. 369-391. Abstract
Cox, M. T., and Zhang, C. 2007. "Mixed-Initiative Goal Manipulation," AI Magazine (28:2), pp. 68-73.