Our people

Professor Shirley Gregor

Research School of Management

Position: Professor
Email: shirley.gregor@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 612 53749
Office: Room 1111, Copland Bld (24)

Professor Shirley Gregor

Publications

Key Publications

Bohnert, A., Fritzsche, A. and Gregor, S. (2018 to appear). Digital Agendas in the Insurance Industry: The Importance of comprehensive Approaches. Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance. International Insurance Society and the Geneva Association. (Awarded 2018 Shin Research Award.)

Gregor, S. (2017). “On Theory”. In R. Galliers and M-K. Stein (Eds.). The Routledge Companion to Management Information Systems. Routledge, pp. 57-72.

Gregor, S., Lin, A., Gedeon, T., Riaz, A., and Zhu, D. (Spring 2014) Neuroscience and a Nomological Network for Understanding Emotions in Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Information Systems, 30, 4, 13-47.

Gregor, S. and Lee-Archer, B. (2016) The Digital Nudge in Social Security Administration. International Social Security Review, 69, 3-4, 63–83. (Most downloaded ISSR article in 2017). http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/issr.12111/abstract. Also published on Sociology Lens: http://www.sociologylens.net/article-types/opinion/digital-nudge-social-security-administration/20868

Gregor, S. and Hevner, A. (2013) Positioning and Presenting Design Science Research for Maximum Impact, MIS Quarterly, 37, 2, 337-356.

Lin, A., Gregor, S. and Ewing, M. (2008). Developing a scale to measure the enjoyment of Web experiences. Journal of Interactive Marketing, 22, 4, 40-57.

Gregor, S., Hart, D., and Martin, N. (2007). Enterprise architectures: Enablers of business strategy and IS/IT alignment in government. Information Technology & People, 20, 2, 96-120.

Gregor, S. and Jones, D. (2007) The anatomy of a design theory, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 8(5), 312-335. (JAIS Best Paper Award 2007 and Association of Information Systems Publication of the Year Award 2007)

Gregor, S. (2006). The nature of theory in information systems, MIS Quarterly, 30(3), 611-642.

Gregor, S., Martin, M. Fernandez, W., Stern, S., Vitale, M. (2006). The transformational dimension in the realization of business value from information technology, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 15(3), 249-270.

Lynch, T. and Gregor, S. (2004) User participation in decision support systems development: influencing system outcomes, European Journal of Information Systems, 13(4), 286-301.

Johnston, R. B. and Gregor, S. (2000). A theory of industry-level activity for understanding the adoption of interorganizational systems, European Journal of Information Systems, 9, 4, 243-251.

Gregor, S. and Benbasat, I. (1999) Explanations from intelligent systems: Theoretical foundations and implications for practice, MIS Quarterly, 23(4), 497-530.

Journal Articles since 1999

Bohnert, A., Fritzsche, A. and Gregor, S. (2018 to appear). Digital Agendas in the Insurance Industry: The Importance of comprehensive Approaches. Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance. International Insurance Society and the Geneva Association. Awarded 2018 Shin Research Award.

Wiener, M., Saunders, C., Chatterjee, S., Dennis, A., Gregor, S., Mähring, M., Mertens, P. (2018 to appear) Information Systems Research: Making an Impact in a Publish-or-Perish World, Communication of the AIS.

Baskerville, R., Baiyere, A., Gregor, S., Hevner, A. and Rossi, M. (2018 to appear). Design Science Research Contributions: Finding a Balance between Artifact and Theory. Journal of the Association for Information Systems.

Gregor, S. (2018 to appear). The Value of Feyerabend’s Thinking for Information Systems Research, Database for Advances in Information Systems, 49, 2. (Accepted Jan., 2018)

Riaz, A., Gregor, S. and Lin, A. (2018). Biophilia and Biophobia in Website Design: Improving Internet Information Dissemination. Information & Management, 55, 2, 199-214.

Schryen, G, Benlian, A., Rowe, F., Gregor, S., Larsen, K., Petter, S., Paré, G., Wagner, G., Haag, S. and Yasasin, E. (2017) Literature Reviews in IS Research: What Can Be Learnt from the Past and Other Fields?, Communications of the Association for Information Systems: Vol. 41 , Article 30.

Feris, M., Zwikael, O. and Gregor, S. (2017). QPLAN: Decision Support for Evaluating Planning Quality in Software Development Projects. Decision Support Systems.

Olbrich, S., Frank U., Gregor, S., Niederman, F., and Rowe, F. (2016). On the Merits and Limits of Replication and Negation for IS Research, AIS Transactions on Replication Research, 3, 1-19.

Gregor, S. and Lee-Archer, B. (2016) The Digital Nudge in Social Security Administration. International Social Security Review, 69, 3-4, 63–83. (Most downloaded ISSR article in 2017). http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/issr.12111/abstract. Also published on Sociology Lens: http://www.sociologylens.net/article-types/opinion/digital-nudge-social-security-administration/20868

Hadasch, F., Mädche, A. and Gregor, S. (2016). The Influence of Directive Explanations on Users’ Business Process Compliance Performance. Business Process Management Journal, 22, 3, 458-483.

Olbrich, S., Trauth, E., Niederman, F. and Gregor, S. (2015). Inclusive Design in IS: Why Diversity Matters . Communications of the AIS, 37, article 37.

Cha, K.; Hwang, T. and Gregor, S. (2015). An integrative model of IT-enabled organizational transformation: a multiple case study, Management Decision, 53, 8, 1755 – 1770.

Gregor, S. (2014). Theory - Still King but Needing a Revolution! Journal of Information Technology, 29, 337-340.

Gregor, S. and Hevner, A. (2014). The Knowledge Innovation Matrix (KIM): A Clarifying Lens for Innovation. Informing Science: The International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline, 17, 217-239. (August) http://www.inform.nu/Articles/Vol17/ISJv17p217-239Gregor0800.pdf

Gregor, S. and Klein, G. (2014). Eight Obstacles to Overcome in the Theory Testing Genre. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 15, 11.

Gregor, S., Lin, A., Gedeon, T., Riaz, A., and Zhu, D. (Spring 2014) Neuroscience and a Nomological Network for Understanding Emotions in Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Information Systems, 30, 4, 13-47.

Gregor, S., Imran, A., Turner, T. (2014) A ‘Sweet Spot” Intervention in a Least Developed Country: Leveraging eGovernment Outcomes in Bangladesh, European Journal of Information Systems, 23, 6, 655-671.

Gregor, S. and Hevner, A. (2013) Positioning and Presenting Design Science Research for Maximum Impact, MIS Quarterly, 37, 2, 337-355. (ABDC: A*)

Lin, C., Fernandez, W. and Gregor, S. (2012).Understanding web enjoyment experiences and informal learning: A study in a museum context. Decision Support Systems, 53, 4, 846-858.

Richardson, A., Gregor, S. and Heaney, R. (2012). Using decision support to manage the influence of cognitive abilities on share trading performance, Australian Journal of Management, 37, 3, 523-541.

Li, M. and Gregor, S. (2011). Outcomes of effective explanations: Empowering citizens through online advice, Decision Support Systems, 52, 1, 119-132.

Heaney, R., Foster, D., Gregor, S., O’Neill, T. and Wood, R.  (2010). Are Two Heads Better Than One? An Experiment with Novice Share Traders, Australian Journal of Management, 35, 2, 119-142. Awarded the E. Yetton Prize for the Best Paper in the Australian Journal of Management for 2009/2010.

Imran, A. and Gregor, S. (2010). Uncovering the hidden issues in e-government adoption in a least developed country: The case of Bangladesh. Journal of Global Information Management, 18, 2, 30-56. 

Tran, A., Gregor, S., Ikin, C. and Li, M. (2009). Enhancing Taxpayers’ Understanding and Compliance with Tax Law Using Broadly Accessible Online Decision Support Tools. Australian Tax Forum 24(3), 455-477.

Niederman, F., Gregor, S., Grover, V., Lyytinen, K., and Saunders, C. (2009). ICIS 2008 Panel Report: IS has outgrown the need for reference discipline theories, or has it? Communications of the AIS. URL: http://aisel.aisnet.org/cais/vol24/iss1/37/

Goode, S. and Gregor, S. (2009). Rethinking Organisational Size: Meaning, Measurement and Redevelopment, European Journal of Information Systems, 18, 1, 14-25. URL: http://www.palgrave-journals.com/ejis/journal/v18/n1/index.html

Lin, A. and Gregor, S. (2009). Publication productivity in Information Systems 2003-2007: A Focus on the ‘Basket of Six’ and the Pacific Asia Region. Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 1, 1, 1-16. URL: http://aisel.aisnet.org/pajais/vol1/iss1/7

Lin, A., Gregor, S. and Ewing, M. (2008). Developing a scale to measure the enjoyment of Web experiences. Journal of Interactive Marketing, 22, 4, 40-57.

Martin, N., Gregor, S. and Rice, J. (2008). User centred design practices and processes at the Australian Taxation Office. Information Design Journal, 16, 1, 53- 67.

Liu, X., Gregor, S. and Yang, J. (2008). The effects of behavioural and structural assumptions in artificial stock markets. Physica A, 387, 11, 2535-2546.

Gregor, S. and Jones, D. (2007). The anatomy of a design theory. Journal of the Association of Information Systems, 8, 5, Article 19, 312-335. URL: http://aisel.aisnet.org/jais/vol8/iss5/19/  (JAIS Best Paper Award 2007 and Association of Information Systems Publication of the Year Award 2007)

Gregor, S., Bunker, D., Cecez-Kecmanovic, D., Metcalfe, M., and Underwood, J. (2007) Australian eclecticism and theorizing in Information Systems Research. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, 19, 1, 11-38. URL: http://www.cs.aau.dk/SJIS/journal/volumes/volume19/volume19-1.html

Gregor, S., Hart, D., and Martin, N. (2007). Enterprise architectures: Enablers of business strategy and IS/IT alignment in government. Information Technology & People, 20, 2, 96-120.

Imran, A. and Gregor, S. (2007). A comparative analysis of strategies for eGovernment in developing countries, Journal of Business Systems, Governance and Ethics, 2, 3.

Heaney, R. A., Foster, F. D., Gregor, S., O’Neill, T. and Wood, R. E., (2007), Volatility in Returns from Trading, Journal of Behavioral Finance, 8, 1, 35-42.

Gregor, S. (2006). The nature of theory in information systems. MIS Quarterly, 30(3), 611-642.

Avison, D., Gregor, S. and Wilson, D. (2006). Managerial IT unconsciousness. Communications of the ACM, 49, 7, 88-93.

Gregor, S., Martin, M. Fernandez, W., Stern, S., Vitale, M. (2006). The transformational dimension in the realization of business value from information technology, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 15(3), 249-270.

Lin, A., and Gregor, S. (2006). Designing websites for learning and enjoyment: A study of museum experiences, International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 7,3,1-21. URL: http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl

Gregor, S., Lewis, E. and McDonald, C. (2006). Case study: The state of Information Systems in Australian Capital Territory Universities, Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 14,1. URL: http://dl.acs.org.au/index.php/ajis

Foster, F. D., Gregor, S., Heaney, R. A., O’Neill, T., Northcott, W., Richardson, A. and Wood, R. E., (2006). Impact Of Computer Based Share Market Simulations On Learning:  A Link Between Self Efficacy And Understanding, Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 3, 2, 45-60.

Martin, N. and Gregor, S. (2005). ICT Governance: Frameworks for managing Australian e-Government. Journal of e-Government, 2, 3, 19-50.

Martin, N., Gregor, S., and Hart, D. (2005). The social dimensions of IS/IT alignment: Case studies of six public sector organizations. Australian Accounting Review, Supplement to Issue 37, Vol.15, No. 3, 28-38.

Driedonks, C., Gregor, S., Wassenaar, A., and van Heck, E. (2005). Economic and Social Analysis of the Adoption of B2B Electronic Marketplaces: A Case Study in the Australian Beef Industry. International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Spring, 9(3), 49-72.

Roberts, H. and Gregor, S. (2005). Why Australian Merchants Aren't Adopting E-Money. Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology. 37(1), 11-25.

Lynch, T. and Gregor, S. (2004). User participation in decision support systems development: Influencing system outcomes, European Journal of Information Systems, 13(4), 286-301.

Foster, D., Gregor, S., Heaney, R., O’Neill, T., Richardson, A., Welch, E., Wood, R., (2004). Market games in finance education. Journal of College Teaching & Learning.

Rolfe, J., Gregor, S. and Menzies, D. (2003). Reasons why farmers in Australia adopt the Internet.  Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, 2(1), Spring, 27-41.

Gregor, S. (2002). Design theory in Information Systems. Australian Journal of Information Systems, Special Issue, 14-22.

Gregor, S., Wassenaar, A., and Marshall, S. (2002) Developing a Virtual Organization: serendipity or strategy? Asian Academy of Management Journal, 7(1), 1-20.

Plummer, A., Gregor, S., and Stewart, B. (2001). Enterprise-wide DSS: Development approaches and outcomes. Journal of Decision Systems. Vol 10, No. 3-4, 379-394.

Ewart, J. and Gregor, S. (2001). Online journalists need more than the ABCs of journalism: The skills and attributes for online news. Australian Journalism Review, 23(1), 43-56.

Gregor, S. (2001). Explanations from knowledge-based systems and cooperative problem solving: An empirical study. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 54(1), 81-105.

Johnston, R. B. and Gregor, S. (2000). A theory of industry-level activity for understanding the adoption of interorganizational systems, European Journal of Information Systems, 9, 243-251.

Lynch, T., Gregor, S., and Midmore, D. (2000). Intelligent support systems in agriculture: How can we do better?  Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 40(4), 609-620.

Gregor, S. and Benbasat, I. (1999). Explanations from intelligent systems: Theoretical foundations and implications for practice. MIS Quarterly,23(4), 497-530.

Gregor, S. and Jones, K. (1999). Beef producers online: Diffusion theory applied.  Information Technology & People, 12, 1, 71-85.

 

Updated:   27 June 2016 / Responsible Officer:  Director, Research School of Management / Page Contact:  College Web Team