Faculty & Staff Directory

iconiconNameDaniel ChenImageDaniel ChenFirstnameDanielLastnameChenOffice Phone(817) 257-6288
Emaild.chen@tcu.edu
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Vitae
Position:ProfessorDepartment:Information Systems and Supply Chain MgmtOffice:Tandy Hall 211ARole:FacultyEducation
  • Ph.D., Business Administration, 2004 - The University of Georgia, U.S.A
  • MBA, May 1999 - Washington University in St. Louis, U.S.A.
Areas of Expertise / Research
  • Strategic Impacts of IS Resources
  • Technology and Innovation Management
  • IS Leadership
  • Supply Chain Management
Courses Taught
  • Operations Management
  • Enterprise-Wide Information Systems (SAP)
  • Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
  • Supply Chain Technology
  • Data Management for Business Information Systems
  • Business Information Systems Programming & Application
  • Information Systems in an e-Enterprise
Key Publications
  • Preston, D.S., D.Q. Chen, M. Swink, and L. Meade, “Generating Supplier Benefits through Knowledge Acquisition in Buyer-Supplier Relationship: A Social Capital Perspective”, Decision Sciences Journal 42(2), pp.248-287. April 2017
  • Chen, D.Q., D.S. Preston, M. Swink, “How the Use of Big Data Analytics Affects Value Creation in Supply Chain Management” Journal of Management Information Systems 32(4), pp.1-36. March 2016
  • Chen, D.Q., D.S. Preston, M. Tarafdar. “From Innovative IS Strategy to Customer Value: The Roles of Innovative Business Orientation, CIO Leadership and Organizational Climate”. Database for Advances in Information Systems 46(2), pp. 8-29 May 2015
  • Chen, D., D.S. Preston, W. Xia, "Enhancing Hospital Supply Chain Performance: A Relational View and Empirical Analysis" Journal of Operations Management 31(6), pp.391-408. September 2013
  • Liu, L., D. Chen, N. Hu, and G. Bruton, “Core Versus Peripheral Information Technology Employees and Their Impact on Firm Performance” Decision Support Systems 55(1), pp. 186-193. April 2013
  • Leidner, D., D.S. Preston, and D.Q. Chen, “An Examination of the Antecedents and Consequences of Organizational IT Innovation in Hospitals”, Journal of Strategic Information Systems 19(3), pp. 154-170. September 2010
  • Chen, D., D.S. Preston, W. Xia. “Antecedents and Impacts of CIO Supply-side and Demand-side Leadership: A Staged Maturity Model”. Journal of Management Information Systems 27(1), pp.231-271. Summer 2010
  • Chen, D., M. Mocker, D.S. Preston, A. Teubner, “Information Systems Strategy: Reconceptualization, Measurement, and Implications”. MIS Quarterly 34(2). pp.233-259. June 2010
  • Goodhue, D., D. Chen, M-C. Boudreau, A. Davis. “Addressing Business Agility Challenges with Enterprise Systems” MIS Quarterly Executive 8(2). pp. 73-87. June 2009
  • Preston, D.S., D. Chen, and D. Leidner “Examining the Antecedents and Consequences of CIO Strategic Decision-Making Authority: An Empirical Study”.Decision Sciences Journal 39(4), November 2008
  • Preston, D.S., D. Leidner, and D. Chen “CIO Leadership Profiles: Implications of Matching CIO Authority and Leadership Capability on IT Impact”. MIS Quarterly Executive 7(2) pp. 57-69. June 2008
Awards / Recognition
  • Associate Editor, Decision Sciences Journal
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Operations Management
  • Journal of Strategic Information Systems Best Paper Runnerup, 2010
  • Top 5 Papers of the Year -- Decision Science Journal 2008
  • ICIS Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2003