Faculty & Staff Directory

Daniel Chen

Professor
Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Department

Education

  • PhD, The University of Georgia
  • MBA, Washington University in St. Louis
  • BE, Shanghai Maritime University

Areas of Expertise/Research

  • Digital Strategy and IS Leadership
  • Business Analytics and Implications
  • Technology and Innovation Management
  • IT and Supply Chain Management

Selected Publications

  • Chen, D.Q., Y. Zhang, J. Xiao, and K. Xie, “Making Digital Innovation Happen: A CIO Issue Selling Perspective”, Information Systems Research 32(3), pp. 987-1008. September 2021
  • Chen, D.Q., D.S. Preston, and M. Swink, “How Big Data Analytics Affects Supply Chain Decision-Making: An Empirical Analysis”, Journal of the Association for Information Systems 22(5), pp.1224-1244. September 2021
  • Chen, D.Q., D.S. Preston, and 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. Spring 2016
  • Chen, D. Q., D.S. Preston, and W. Xia, “Enhancing Hospital Supply Chain Performance: A Relational View and Empirical Test” Journal of Operations Management 31(6), pp. 391-408. September 2013 
  • Chen, D.Q., D.S. Preston, M. Mocker, and A. Teubner, “Information Systems Strategy: Reconceptualization, Measurement, and Implications”. MIS Quarterly 34(2), pp. 233-259. June 2010

Honors and Awards

  • Best Paper Award for the CIO Forum of the 42nd International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2021
  • Voted a "Favorite Professor" by the inaugural graduating class of Master of Science in Business Analytics, 2021
  • Best Completed Research Paper Award, The 38th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2017), the "Strategy, structure, and organizational impacts of IT" Track
  • Best Paper Runner-up, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 2010
  • Top 5 Papers of the Year -- Decision Science Journal 2008