Jong Seok Lee
Assistant Professor, DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY
About Jong Seok Lee
Jong Seok Lee is Assistant Professor of Business Information and Technology in the Fogelman College of Business and Economics at the University of Memphis. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration from Georgia State University, a Master of Management Information Systems from the University of Arizona, and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Soongsil University. Jong's research is centered on IT project management, and includes work on business decision-making, project escalation, requirements management, risk management, and software testing. He has published several papers in scholarly journals including Journal of Management Information Systems, and in the proceedings of international conferences including Academy of Management Meetings. In 2011, his paper entitled "Theorizing in Design Science Research" received the Best Student Paper Award at the International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology. Jong's teaching interests include business decision-making, IT project management, and systems design & analysis. In 2011 and 2012, he received GTA Teaching Excellence Awards at Georgia State University.
Doctor of Philosophy, Georgia State University
Master of Science, The University of Arizona
Bachelor of Business Administration, Soongsil University
Business decision-making, IT project management, and systems design & analysis
Business decision-making, project escalation, requirements management, risk management, and software testing
Lee, J. S., Baskerville, R. amd Pries-Heje, J. 2015. "The Creativity Passdown Effect: Applying Design Theory in Creating Instance Design. Information Technology & People (28:3), pp. 529-543.
Lee, J. S., Cuellar, M., Keil, M., & Johnson, R. (In Press) "The Role of a Bad News Reporter in Information Technology Project Escalation: A Deaf Effect Perspective," DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems.
Lee, J. S., Keil, M., & Kasi, V. (2012) "The Effect of an Initial Budget and Schedule Goal on Software Project Escalation," Journal of Management Information Systems, 29 (1), pp. 53–77.