Monideepa Tarafdar spends much of his time researching Technostress, Knowledge management, Marketing, Survey data collection and Great Rift. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Resource, Resource-based view, End user, Structural equation modeling and Information and Communications Technology. His End user research includes elements of Job satisfaction, Occupational stress and Organizational commitment.
Monideepa Tarafdar has researched Structural equation modeling in several fields, including Sociotechnical system, Role conflict, Role theory and Human resource management. Monideepa Tarafdar works mostly in the field of Supply chain risk management, limiting it down to topics relating to Materials management and, in certain cases, Service management and Industrial organization, as a part of the same area of interest. His Information overload research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Workflow and Information processing.
His primary scientific interests are in Knowledge management, Marketing, Technostress, Great Rift and Supply chain. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Knowledge management, focusing on Process and, on occasion, Health care. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Marketing, concentrating on Information and Communications Technology and intersecting with End user.
Throughout his Technostress studies, Monideepa Tarafdar incorporates elements of other sciences such as Survey data collection, Applied psychology, Social psychology, Coping and Workload. His Supply chain study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bottom of the pyramid, Industrial organization and Information processing. His Supply chain management study combines topics in areas such as Purchasing, Operations management and Process management.
Technostress, Stressor, Coping, Applied psychology and Great Rift are his primary areas of study. Technostress is integrated with Survey data collection, Psychological strain, Sample, Structural equation modeling and Cybernetics in his study. Stressor is a subfield of Clinical psychology that he investigates.
His study in the field of Proactive coping and Coping behavior also crosses realms of Instinct and Technology addiction. His Applied psychology research incorporates elements of Distraction and Task analysis. His Great Rift study spans across into subjects like Originality, Alphabetical order, Customer relationship management, Job satisfaction and Marketing.
His primary areas of investigation include Technostress, Coping, Applied psychology, Stressor and Survey data collection. Technostress is integrated with Sample, Psychological strain, Management science, Engineering ethics and Phenomenon in his research. His Coping research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social psychology and Distraction.
His Applied psychology research integrates issues from Person–environment fit and Cognitive appraisal. He performs integrative Stressor and Conceptual framework research in his work. There are a combination of areas like Stress, Cybernetics, Reliability engineering, Workload and Structural equation modeling integrated together with his Survey data collection study.
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The Consequences of Technostress for End Users in Organizations: Conceptual Development and Empirical Validation
T. S. Ragu-Nathan;Monideepa Tarafdar;Bhanu S. Ragu-Nathan;Qiang Tu.
Information Systems Research (2008)
The Impact of Technostress on Role Stress and Productivity
Monideepa Tarafdar;Qiang Tu;Bhanu Ragu-Nathan;T. Ragu-Nathan.
The Missouri Review (2007)
Impact of Technostress on End-User Satisfaction and Performance
Monideepa Tarafdar;Qiang Tu;T. Ragu-Nathan.
The Missouri Review (2010)
Understanding the influence of information systems competencies on process innovation: A resource-based view
Monideepa Tarafdar;Steven R. Gordon.
Journal of Strategic Information Systems (2007)
Crossing to the dark side: examining creators, outcomes, and inhibitors of technostress
Monideepa Tarafdar;Qiang Tu;T. S. Ragu-Nathan;Bhanu S. Ragu-Nathan.
Communications of The ACM (2011)
Supply chain information systems strategy: Impacts on supply chain performance and firm performance
Sufian Qrunfleh;Monideepa Tarafdar.
International Journal of Production Economics (2014)
Lean and agile supply chain strategies and supply chain responsiveness: The role of strategic supplier partnership and postponement
Sufian Qrunfleh;Monideepa Tarafdar.
Supply Chain Management (2013)
Technostress: negative effect on performance and possible mitigations
Monideepa Tarafdar;Ellen Bolman. Pullins;T. S. Ragu-Nathan.
Information Systems Journal (2015)
The dark side of information technology use
Monideepa Tarafdar;Ashish Gupta;Ofir Turel.
Information Systems Journal (2013)
The dark side of information technology
Monideepa Tarafdar;John DArcy;Ofir Turel;Ashish Gupta.
MIT Sloan Management Review (2015)
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