2021 - Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)
Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama spends much of his time researching Information system, Knowledge management, Management science, Management information systems and Critical theory. Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama works on Information system which deals in particular with Strategic information system. His studies in Knowledge management integrate themes in fields like Empirical research, Process and Organizational structure.
His Management science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Information systems research and Theoretical psychology. Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama combines subjects such as Knowledge process outsourcing, Outsourcing and Information management with his study of Management information systems. His Critical theory research incorporates themes from Communicative rationality, Public sphere, Communicative action and Critical practice.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Knowledge management, Information system, Information technology, Information and Communications Technology and Process. His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soft systems methodology, Institutional repository, Strategic information system and Public relations. The Information system study combines topics in areas such as Information management, Outsourcing, Critical theory and Management science.
Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama has researched Information technology in several fields, including Organizational studies, Empirical research, Organizational processes and Process management. His Information and Communications Technology research incorporates themes from Economic growth and Developing country. The various areas that he examines in his Process study include Collaborative software, Task and Artificial intelligence.
Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama mainly focuses on Argumentation theory, Critical theory, Interrogation, Knowledge management and Institutional repository. His Argumentation theory research includes themes of Episteme, Abductive reasoning, Democracy and Phronesis. His research in Critical theory intersects with topics in Public management, Public administration, Risk society and Public debate.
His Interrogation research incorporates elements of Citizenship, Information systems research, Legitimacy and Misinformation. His Knowledge management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developing country and Multilevel model.
Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama focuses on Electricity, Inefficiency, Ecological efficiency, Data envelopment analysis and Environmental economics.
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Communication richness in electronic mail: critical social theory and the contextuality of meaning
Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama;Allen S. Lee.
Making the information systems outsourcing decision: A transaction cost approach to analyzing outsourcing decision problems
Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama;Noel Bryson.
Virtual team collaboration: building shared meaning, resolving breakdowns and creating translucence
Pernille Bjørn;Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama.
THE CRITICAL SOCIAL THEORY APPROACH TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS: PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES
Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama.
Competing values in software process improvement: an assumption analysis of CMM from an organizational culture perspective
O. Ngwenyama;P.A. Nielsen.
An exploration of factors that impact individual performance in an ERP environment: an analysis using multiple analytical techniques
Boontaree Kositanurit;Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama;Kweku-Muata Osei-Bryson.
What does computer support for cooperative work mean? a structurational analysis of computer supported cooperative work
Kalle J. Lyytinen;Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama.
A critical analysis of media discourse on information technology: preliminary results of a proposed method for critical discourse analysis
Wendy L. Cukier;Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama;Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama;Robert Bauer;Catherine A. Middleton.
Managing risks in information systems outsourcing: An approach to analyzing outsourcing risks and structuring incentive contracts
Kweku-Muata Osei-Bryson;Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama.
ICT expansion and the digital divide in democratic freedoms: An analysis of the impact of ICT expansion, education and ICT filtering on democracy
Farid Shirazi;Ojelanki Ngwenyama;Olga Morawczynski.
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