Shirley Gregor

Shirley Gregor is the ANU Endowed Chair in Information Systems at the Australian National University, Canberra, where she heads the National Centre for Information Systems Research. Professor Gregor’s research interests include the adoption and strategic use of information and communications technologies, intelligent systems and the philosophy of technology. Professor Gregor spent a number of years in the computing industry in Australia and the United Kingdom before beginning an academic career. She obtained her PhD in information systems from the University of Queensland. Dr Gregor’s publications include publications in journals such as Management Information Systems Quarterly, Journal of the Association of Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, International Journal of Electronic Commerce and the International Journal of Human Computer Studies.

Publications

A Process Model for Successful E-Government Adoption in the Least Developed Countries: A Case of Bangladesh
Ahmed Imran, Shirley Gregor. © 2013. 29 pages.
Least developed countries (LDCs), have been struggling to find a workable strategy to adopt information and communication technology (ICT) and e-government in their public sector...
A Process Model for Successful E-Government Adoption in the Least Developed Countries: A Case of Bangladesh
Ahmed Imran, Shirley Gregor. © 2012. 30 pages.
Least developed countries (LDCs), have been struggling to find a workable strategy to adopt information and communication technology (ICT) and e-government in their public sector...
A Process Model for Successful E-Government Adoption in the Least Developed Countries: A Case of Bangladesh
Ahmed Imran, Shirley Gregor. © 2012. 29 pages.
Least developed countries (LDCs), have been struggling to find a workable strategy to adopt information and communication technology (ICT) and e-government in their public sector...
Uncovering the Hidden Issues in E-Government Adoption in a Least Developed Country: The Case of Bangladesh
Ahmed Imran, Shirley Gregor. © 2010. 27 pages.
Bangladesh, in common with many least developed countries, has been struggling to find a workable strategy to adopt information and communication technology (ICT) and...
Foreword
Shirley Gregor. © 2009. 2 pages.
This Foreword is included in the book Handbook of Research on Contemporary Theoretical Models in Information Systems.
Transforming Universities in the Online World
Stewart Marshall, Shirley Gregor. © 2009. 6 pages.
As the world moves online, various pressures drive changes in the way industries and organizations do business: market pressures, for example, global competition; technological...
Transforming Universities in the Online World
Stewart Marshall, Shirley Gregor. © 2005. 6 pages.
As the world moves online, various pressures drive changes in the way industries and organizations do business: market pressures, for example, global competition; technological...
Technology-Push or User-Pull? The Slow Death of the Transfer-of-Technology Approach to Intelligent Support Systems Development
Teresa Lynch, Shirley Gregor. © 2003. 23 pages.
This chapter describes a study of the adoption of intelligent support systems in agriculture. The aim was to investigate the apparent low uptake of these systems and the...
Distance Education in the Online World: Implications for Higher Education
Stewart Marshall, Shirley Gregor. © 2002. 16 pages.
In this chapter, the authors identify forces leading to change in industries in the online world, including increasing global competition, increasingly powerful consumers and...
Distance Education in the Online World: Implications for Higher Education
Stewart Marshall, Shirley Gregor. © 2002. 15 pages.
In this chapter, the authors identify forces leading to change in industries in the online world, including increasing global competition, increasingly powerful consumers and...
Journal of Database Management (JDM)
Keng Siau. Est. 1990.
The Journal of Database Management (JDM) publishes original research on all aspects of database management, systems analysis and design, and software engineering. The primary...