Princely Ifinedo is an Associate Professor in the Shannon School of Business at Cape Breton University, Canada. He holds a doctoral degree in Information Systems from the University of Jyväskylä (Eximia Cum Laude Approbatur) and master’s degrees from Royal Holloway, University of London and Tallinn University of Technology. Dr. Ifinedo serves on various committees at his place of work (CBU) and his teaching philosophy is informed by the nurturing and developmental theories. His research draws mainly from the positivist tradition and he conducts studies at the national, regional, organizational, and individual levels. His current research interests include ERP system success measurement, IS/IT adoption in SMEs and healthcare, E-commerce, E-government, IS security management issues, and global IT management. He has published 3 books and presented research at various international IS conferences (including a Best Track Paper at the 2008 AMCIS, Toronto, Canada), contributed chapters to several books/encyclopedias. His research articles have been published in high quality peer-reviewed journals including the DATA BASE, JCIS, IJITDM, JSS, CHB, JOCEC, JITM, IMDS, EIS, JITD, JITM, JGTIM, EG, and Internet Research. To date, he has authored (and co-authored) about 90 publications in various reputable, peer-reviewed outlets. As of September 2011, his publications have been indexed 16 times in the ISI Web of Knowledge and referenced about 400 times in Google Scholar. Dr. Ifinedo’s G and H indices (Microsoft Academic Search) are 8 and 5, respectively. He referees for such journals as JSIS, DATA BASE, SJIS, ITEM, EJOR, JECR, and JOCEC. He sits on the Editorial Boards of IJDS, IJSRE, and IBER: ISG. He is affiliated with AIS, IEEE, CIPS, and ISACA.
Biography Updated on 13 August 2012