Maruping, Likoebe, Massimo Magni (2012), What’s the weather like? The effect of team learning climate, empowerment climate and gender on individuals’ technology exploration and use,  Journal of Management Information Systems,  29, pp.  79-113.

Maruping, Likoebe, Omar Alnuaimi, Lionel Robert (2010),  Team size, dispersion and social loafing in technology-supported teams: A theory of moral disengagement perspective,  Journal of Management Information Systems,  27, pp. 203-230.

Maruping, Likoebe,  Viswanath Venkatesh, Ritu Agarwal (2009),  A control theory perspective on agile methodology use and changing user requirements,  Information Systems Research,  20, pp. 377-399.

Maruping, Likoebe, Arun Rai, Viswanath Venkatesh (2009), Offshore information systems project success: The role of social embeddedness and cultural characteristics, MIS Quarterly,  33, pp. 617-641.

Maruping, Likoebe, Xiaojun Zhang, Viswanath Venkatesh (2009), Role of collective ownership and coding standards in coordinating expertise in software project teams, European Journal of Information Systems, 18, pp. 355-371.

Maruping, Likoebe, Susan Brown, Viswanath Venkatesh, Hillol Bala (2008), Predicting different conceptualizations of system use: The competing roles of behavioral intention, facilitating conditions and behavioral expectation, MIS Quarterly, 32, pp. 483-502.

Maruping, Likoebe,  Xiaojun Zhang (2008), Household technology adoption in a global marketplace: Incorporating the role of espoused cultural values, Information Systems Frontiers,  10, pp. 403-413.

Maruping, Likoebe, Massimo Magni, Martin Hoegl, Luigi Proserpio (forthcoming), Managing the unexpected across space: Improvisation, dispersion and performance in NPD teams, Journal of Product Innovation Management.

Maruping, Likoebe, Massimo Magni (forthcoming), Sink or swim: Empowering leadership and overload in teams’ ability to deal with the unexpected,  Human Resource Management.

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

University of Louisville
College of Business
Harry Frazier Hall
Louisville, KY 40292
Phone: (502) 852-6440
Fax: (502) 852-7557

ACCREDITATION


The UofL College of Business is separately accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). Visit our Accreditation page for details.

University Accreditation:
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

ONLINE ACCESS

COLLEGE SOCIAL MEDIA

facebook twitter