2008 - AIS LEO Award, Association for Information Systems
2003 - Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)
Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute
His primary areas of study are Knowledge management, Organizational learning, Social psychology, Variety and Empirical evidence. His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Management science and Management information systems. His work deals with themes such as Organizational commitment, Organizational performance, Organization development and Innovation management, which intersect with Organizational learning.
His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Experiential learning and Media naturalness theory. Robert W. Zmud has researched Variety in several fields, including Exploit, Theories of technology and Technology management. His Empirical evidence research focuses on Industrial organization and how it connects with Information technology management and Marketing.
Robert W. Zmud spends much of his time researching Knowledge management, Information technology management, Process management, Management science and Marketing. Robert W. Zmud is involved in the study of Knowledge management that focuses on Information management in particular. His Information technology management research incorporates themes from Corporate governance and Public relations, Line management.
His research combines Process and Process management. His work often combines Marketing and Context studies.
His primary scientific interests are in Knowledge management, Corporate governance, Industrial organization, Knowledge sharing and Management science. Robert W. Zmud performs integrative Knowledge management and Snapshot research in his work. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Empirical research, Operations management and Value.
Robert W. Zmud interconnects Competitive advantage, Commerce, Competitor analysis and Dominance in the investigation of issues within Industrial organization. Robert W. Zmud works mostly in the field of Knowledge sharing, limiting it down to topics relating to Organisation climate and, in certain cases, Self-efficacy, Organizational learning, Affect and Organizational knowledge. His Management science research incorporates elements of Technological determinism, Field theory, Knowledge extraction and Medical education.
Robert W. Zmud mainly investigates Knowledge management, Snapshot, Applied psychology, Perception and Information technology management. In general Knowledge management, his work in Technology management is often linked to Work systems linking many areas of study. The various areas that Robert W. Zmud examines in his Information technology management study include Information systems research, Accounting and Public relations.
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Behavioral intention formation in knowledge sharing: examining the roles of extrinsic motivators, social-psychological factors, and organizational climate
Gee-Woo Bock;Robert W. Zmud;Young-Gul Kim;Jae-Nam Lee.
Information technology implementation research: a technological diffusion approach
Randolph B. Cooper;Robert W. Zmud.
Unifying the fragmented models of information systems implementation
T. H. Kwon;R. W. Zmud.
The identity crisis within the is discipline: defining and communicating the discipline's core properties
Izak Benbasat;Robert W. Zmud.
A comprehensive conceptualization of post-adoptive behaviors associated with information technology enabled work systems
Jon (Sean) Jasperson;Pamela E. Carter;Robert W. Zmud.
Channel Expansion Theory and the Experiential Nature of Media Richness Perceptions
John R. Carlson;Robert W. Zmud.
Empirical research in information systems: the practice of relevance
Izak Benbasat;Robert W. Zmud.
Arrangements for information technology governance: a theory of multiple contingencies
V. Sambamurthy;Robert W. Zmud.
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND MIS SUCCESS: A REVIEW OF THE EMPIRICAL LITERATURE*
Robert W. Zmud.
The influence of IT management practice on IT use in large organizations
Andrew C. Boynton;Robert W. Zmud;Gerry C. Jacobs.
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