Nabeel Al-Qirim

Dr. Nabeel A. Al-Qirim joined academia in 1999 in New Zealand after working for 12 years in the IT industry with companies such as IBM, COMPAQ, Group Bull/Honeywell, Siemens Nixdorf, and Data General as a technical-solutions consultant and project manager. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, an MBA, a PostGradDip-IS (Honors with distinction), Cert. in Education, and a Ph.D. in information systems. In addition to teaching, he was promoted to roles including researcher and module coordinator for e-business at the Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. In 2004, he joined the College of IT, United Arab Emirates University. He has published more than 50 articles in refereed international outlets including journals, books, conference papers, and book chapters. His research has covered different interdisciplinary areas such as IT and e-commerce strategy in businesses and in SMEs, e-government, health information systems and telemedicine, mobile commerce, outsourcing, supply chain management, and e-commerce in developing countries and in NGOs. Dr. Al-Qirim is active within the university’s inner and outer community: conferences (AMCIS, BLED, IIT, IRMA, MoMM), associations (AIS, IRMA, IFIP, SBIRIT) and on the editorial board of several journals (IJKM, EM, IJCEC, JECO, BPMJ, JCIT, DII, IRMJ). He is the co-chair of the IIT’05 conference. He also chaired several tracks and sessions in international conferences and organized workshops and panels. For more details refer to: http://faculty.uaeu.ac.ae/nalqirim.

Publications

The Determinants of eWoM in Social Commerce: The Role of Perceived Value, Perceived Enjoyment, Trust, Risks, and Satisfaction
Kamel Rouibah, Nabeel Al-Qirim, Yujong Hwang, Sara Ghasem Pouri. © 2021. 28 pages.
The influence of eWoM use for s-commerce in the context of Arab region remains unexplored. To bridge this gap, this study develops a model for eWoM use for s-commerce post...
Critical Success Factors Affecting Information System Satisfaction in Public Sector Organizations: A Perspective on the Mediating Role of Information Quality
Kamel Rouibah, Adel Dihani, Nabeel Al-Qirim. © 2020. 22 pages.
Many studies have investigated technology adoption in western countries and ignored the Arab region. The available Arab studies focused on the technology adoption model (TAM) and...
The Strategic Adoption of Big Data in Organizations
Nabeel Al-Qirim, Kamel Rouibah, Mohamad Adel Serhani, Ali Tarhini, Ashraf Khalil, Mahmoud Maqableh, Marton Gergely. © 2019. 12 pages.
This chapter investigates the strategic adoption of big data (BD) and analytics (BDA) in organizations. BD represents a large and complex phenomenon which spans different...
New Hybrid Web 2.0 Adoption Governance Framework for Public Sector
Noha Ramadan, Nabeel Al-Qirim. © 2015. 14 pages.
Enterprise Information Technology (IT) has proven its effectiveness in supporting business sustainability and growth. The emergence of Web 2.0 and its recent proliferation in...
IT Governance in Higher Education Institutions in Abu Dhabi, UAE
Racha Ajami, Nabeel Al-Qirim. © 2013. 18 pages.
With IT affecting all aspects of university’s/school’s academic and professional affairs, an efficient IT governance (ITG) is required to assure that all kinds of expensive and...
Updating on Gigabit Ethernet Implementation: The Case of a Large New Zealand Organization
Nurul I. Sarkar, Catherine Byrne, Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2009. 16 pages.
Ethernet network technology is still one of the most popular LAN technologies in use today by many organizations and educational institutions worldwide. The throughput offered by...
SMEs Amidst Global Technological Changes
Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2009. 4 pages.
In small countries such as New Zealand, small to mediumsized enterprises (SMEs) are defined as enterprises employing 19 or fewer employees. Small enterprises are defined as those...
Tele-Medicine: Building Knowledge-Based Tele-Health Capability in New Zealand
Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2009. 13 pages.
This chapter reviews the strategic planning of health information systems in New Zealand. This step is deemed necessary to identify the main accelerators and/or impediments that...
Electronic Government: Assimilation Gaps and Implications
Nabeel A. Al-Qirim. © 2009. 14 pages.
This research is interested in unveiling the hype surrounding the Electronic Government (eGov) phenomenon and in shedding more light into the different issues surrounding its...
Personas of E-Commerce Adoption in Small Businesses in New Zealand
Nabeel Al-Qirim. © 2008. 26 pages.
Focus group methodology is introduced in this article as one appropriate methodology to study the impact of technological innovation factors on e-commerce (EC) adoption in small...
Electronic Business Research in Small Businesses: A Global Perspective
Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2008. 9 pages.
This chapter calls for further e-commerce (EC) research in small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and to address this phenomenon at a more global level. The chapter endorses...
Gigabit Ethernet Implementation: The Case of a Large New Zealand Organization
Nurul I. Sarkar, Catherine Byrne, Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2008. 17 pages.
Although Ethernet technology is still the most popular LAN technology in use today at the desktop, the throughput offered by the 10 and 100 Mbps Ethernet is inadequate for high...
Personas of E-Commerce Adoption in Small Businesses in New Zealand
Nabeel Al-Qirim. © 2008. 25 pages.
Focus group methodology is introduced in this paper as one appropriate methodology to study the impact of technological innovation factors on eCommerce (EC) adoption in small...
Global Electronic Business Research: Opportunities and Directions
Nabeel Al-Qirim. © 2006. 374 pages.
It is important to monitor and to reflect on the progress of e-commerce research in small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and to look at the e-commerce phenomenon in SMEs, at...
Gigabit Ethernet Implementation: The Case of a Large New Zealand Organization
Nurul I. Sarkar, Catherine Byrne, Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2006. 19 pages.
Although Ethernet technology is still the most popular LAN technology in use today at the desktop, the throughput offered by the 10 and 100 Mbps Ethernet is inadequate for high...
The Case of Telepsychiatry Adoption and Diffusion in a Healthcare Organization in New Zealand
Nabeel Al-Qirim. © 2006. 18 pages.
This research investigated telemedicine adoption and usage in psychiatry in one hospital in New Zealand (NZ). This research utilized the technological innovations theories as a...
Personas of E-Commerce Adoption in Small Businesses in New Zealand
Nabeel Al-Qirim. © 2006. 28 pages.
Focus group methodology is introduced in this article as one appropriate methodology to study the impact of technological innovation factors on e-commerce (EC) adoption in small...
Electronic Business Research in Small Businesses: A Global Perspective
Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2006. 14 pages.
This chapter calls for further e-commerce (EC) research in small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and to address this phenomenon at a more global level. The chapter endorses...
Tele-Medicine: Building Knowledge-Base Tele-Health Capability in New Zealand
Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2005. 14 pages.
This chapter reviews the strategic planning of health information systems in New Zealand. This step is deemed necessary to identify the main accelerators and/or impediments that...
SMEs Amidst Global Technological Changes
Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2005. 4 pages.
In small countries such as New Zealand, small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are defined as enterprises employing 19 or fewer employees. Small enterprises are defined as...
Telemedicine in Healthcare Organisations
Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2005. 4 pages.
Diminishing funds from the government and cost control led many health care providers across the globe to search for alternative and more cost-effective means of providing care...
e-Business, e-Government & Small and Medium-Size Enterprises: Opportunities and Challenges
Brian J. Corbitt, Nabeel Al-Qirim. © 2004. 350 pages.
Much of the e-commerce and IT research in small and medium sized enterprises (SME) indicates that these smaller businesses are lagging behind in implementing technological...
Electronic Commerce in Small to Medium-Sized Enterprises: Frameworks, Issues and Implications
Nabeel Al-Qirim. © 2004. 388 pages.
Electronic Commerce in Small to Medium-Sized Enterprises: Frameworks, Issues and Implications addresses eCommerce issues in small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in a global...
The Government and eGovernance: A Policy Perspective on Small Businesses in New Zealand
Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim, Brian J. Corbitt. © 2004. 18 pages.
This chapter reviews e-Commerce research in Small to Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in New Zealand. The chapter then attempts to review the Government’s e-Commerce strategy...
A Framework for Electronic Commerce Research in Small to Medium-Sized Enterprises
Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2004. 16 pages.
It is believed that the recent emergence of electronic commerce (e-commerce) in the early ’90s could provide different opportunities to small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)...
Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations (JECO)
Pedro Isaías. Est. 2003.
The Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations (JECO) provides insight into and understanding of the social, cultural, organizational, and cognitive impacts of innovative...
The Ten Commandments for Global Electronic Commerce Success in Small Business
Nabeel A.Y. Al-Qirim. © 2003. 13 pages.
Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) contribute significantly to national economies and employment levels and represent a viable source for inventions and innovations. The...
Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT)
Andrew Borchers. Est. 1999.
The Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT) publishes comprehensive, real-life teaching cases, empirical and applied research-based case studies, and case studies based...
Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ)
George Kelley. Est. 1988.
The Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ) , which has been published for over 30 years, serves as a prestigious gateway for original state-of-the-art research articles...