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Dr. Mary Lind

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Title:
Adjunct Professor
Phone:
336.303.8006
Bio:

Education:
PhD Business Administration University of Chapel Hill
BS Mathematics Duke University

Bio:
Mary Lind has been a college professor for over thirty years.  Her current research interests are in the areas of data analytics, visualization, information systems security, project management, and the impact of technology on firm performance and service quality.  She has over fifty publications and has published in Organization Science, Management Science, Information Systems Research, Information and Management, IEEE Transactions in Engineering Management, Work Study, International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, and the European Journal of Information Systems.  She is a member of a member of AITP and a former board member of their EDSIG, Decision Science Institute, and the Academy of Management.

Publications/Presentations/Lectures:
2019     Farr, L. and Lind, M. Motivating language and intent to stay in a backsourced information technology environment, Journal of Global Information Management, 27(3), 1-18.   DOI: 10.4018/JGIM.2019070101
2018      Stockham, M. and Lind, M.  Digital natives, work values, and computer self-efficacy. International Journal of Strategic Information Technology, 9(1), 1-22.
2018     Yarborough, S. and Lind, M..  The effects of the strategic typology model and strategic alignment on the delivery capability of an IT Organization. International Journal of Systems and Social Change, 9(4), 58-80. 
2018      Geary, M. and Lind, M. Smart phone keyboard layout usability, International Journal of Technology and             Human Interaction, 14, (4), 110-135.
2017      Gilleo, W. and Lind, M. Adoption of cloud computing in firms to enable software as a service, 
International Journal of Operations Research and Information Systems, 6(4), 1-37. DOI: 10.4018/IJORIS.2016100101
2016     Parry, V.K. and Lind, M.R. The relationship between effective information technology governance and project portfolio control, risk management, and business/information technology alignment in an organization.  International Journal of Information Technology Project Management 7(4), 21-37. DOI: 10.4018/IJITPM.2016100102
2015    Ngoma, N.G. and Lind, M. (2015).  Knowledge Transfer and Team Performance in Distributed Organizations.  International Journal of Knowledge Based Organizations, 5 (2), 59-82. DOI: 10.4018/ijkbo.2015040104