A Configural Approach to Coordinating Expertise in Software Development Teams

Sri Kudaravelli, Samer Faraj, and Steven L. Johnson. 2014. A Configural Approach to Coordinating Expertise in Software Development Teams.” Conditionally accepted at MIS Quarterly.

The Emergence of Online Community Leadership

Steven L. Johnson, Hani Safadi, and Samer Faraj (forthcoming). “The Emergence of Online Community LeadershipInformation Systems Research.

 

Emergence of Power Laws in Online Communities: The Role of Social Mechanisms and Preferential Attachment

Steven L. Johnson, Samer Faraj and Srinivas Kudaravalli (2014). “Emergence of Power Laws in Online Communities: The Role of Social Mechanisms and Preferential Attachment,” MIS Quarterly, 38(3), Sept., 2014. pg. 795-808 with Online supplement.

Emergence of Power Laws in Online Communities: The Role of Social Mechanisms and Preferential Attachment

Steven L. Johnson, Samer Faraj and Srinivas Kudaravalli (2014). “Emergence of Power Laws in Online Communities: The Role of Social Mechanisms and Preferential Attachment,” MIS Quarterly, 38(3), Sept., 2014.

Open Media or Echo Chamber: The Use of Links in Audience Discussions on the Facebook Pages of Partisan News Organizations.

Jacobson, Susan, Myung, Eunyoung, and Steven L. Johnson. 2014. “Open Media or Echo Chamber: The Use of Links in Audience Discussions on the Facebook Pages of Partisan News Organizations.” International Communications Association Annual Conference, Seattle.

Can Work Be Fun? Improving Task Motivation and Help-Seeking Through Game Mechanics.

Teh, Noelle, David Schuff, Steven L. Johnson, and Deanna Geddes. 2013. “Can Work Be Fun? Improving Task Motivation and Help-Seeking Through Game Mechanics.” International Conference on Information Systems, Milan, Italy.

The effect of feedback within social media in tourism experiences.

Kim, Jeongmi Jamie, Daniel R. Fesenmaier, and Steven L Johnson. 2013. “The effect of feedback within social media in tourism experiences.” Design, User Experience, and Usability. Web, Mobile, and Product Design Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 8015, 2013, 212-220. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Leadership in the Face of Technological Discontinuities: The Transformation of EarthColor

Agarwal, Ritu; Johnson, Steven L.; and Lucas, Henry C. (2011) “Leadership in the Face of Technological Discontinuities: The Transformation of EarthColor,” Communications of the Association for Information Systems: Vol. 29, Article 33.
Available at: http://aisel.aisnet.org/cais/vol29/iss1/33

Network Exchange Patterns in Online Communities

Faraj, S. and S.L. Johnson (2011). Network Exchange Patterns in Online Communities. Organization Science. November/December 2011 22:1464-1480; published online before print December 29, 2010. DOI: 10.1287/orsc.1100.0600

Leadership in the Face of Technological Discontinuities: The Transformation of EarthColor

Agarwal, R., S. L. Johnson and Hank Lucas (forthcoming). Leadership in the Face of Technological Discontinuities: The Transformation of EarthColor. Communications of the Association for Information Systems.

New Directions in Online Community Research Panel

Steven L. Johnson, Brian Butler, Samer Faraj, Sirka Jarvanpaa, Jerry Kane, Srinivas Kudaravalli, “New Directions in Online Community Research,” International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2010), December 2010, St. Louis, Missouri.

IT-enabled Knowledge Management in Healthcare Delivery: The Case of Emergency Care

Maryam Alavi, Steven L. Johnson, Youngjin Yoo, and Terry Willey, “IT-enabled Knowledge Management in Healthcare Delivery: The Case of Emergency Care,” International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2010), December 2010, St. Louis, Missouri.

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Continued Participation Intentions in Online Communities (Best Paper Proceedings)

Johnson, S.L. (2010). Should I Stay or Should I Go? Continued Participation Intentions in Online Communities. In Leslie A. Toombs (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seventieth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643.

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Continued Participation Intentions in Online Communities (Conf. Presentation)

Steven L. Johnson, “Should I Stay or Should I Go? Continued Participation Intentions in Online Communities,” Academy of Management (AOM 2010), August 2010, Montreal, Canada.

The structure and processes of electronic knowledge networks

Samer Faraj, Molly McLure Wasko and Steven L. Johnson (2008). The structure and processes of electronic knowledge networks in I. Becerra-Fernandez and D. Leidner (eds.), Advances in Management Information Systems, Knowledge Management: An Evolutionary View of the Field. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.

Knowledge Work in Virtual Contexts: Understanding Online Group Communication and Processes

Sri Kudaravalli, Steven L. Johnson, “Knowledge Work in Virtual Contexts: Understanding Online Group Communication and Processes.” U.S.- International Divide in OCIS Research: Paper Development Workshop, Academy of Management (Professional Development Workshop, AOM 2007), August 2007, Philadelphia, PA.

Toward a Theory of Online Group Sustainability

Steven L. Johnson, Sri Kudaravalli, Samer Faraj, “Toward a Theory of Online Group Sustainability.” Journal of AIS Theory-Building Workshop, International Conference on Information Systems (Pre-Conference Workshop, ICIS 2006), December 2006, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Lurking: Legitimate or Illegitimate Peripheral Participation?

Adrian Yeow, Steven L. Johnson and Samer Faraj, International Conference of Information Systems, (ICIS 2006), December 2006, Milwaulkee, Wisconsin. [18% conf. paper acceptance rate.]

Electronic Knowledge Networks: Processes and Structure

Samer Faraj and Steven L. Johnson, “Electronic Knowledge Networks: Processes and Structure,” (part of the “Building Sustainable Online Communities: Insights from Social Science and Organization Theories” Symposium organized by Robert E Kraut and Yuqing Ren,) Academy of Management (AOM 2006), August 2006, Atlanta, GA.

Preferential Attachment and Mutuality in Electronic Knowledge Networks

Steven L. Johnson and Samer Faraj (2005), “Preferential Attachment and Mutuality in Electronic Knowledge Networks,” International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2005), December 2005, Las Vegas, NV. [13% conf. paper acceptance rate.]