The mission of the BYU Information Systems Department is to develop leaders of faith and character who can use, design, implement, manage, and research information systems to make intelligent organizational decisions.

Information systems involves the synthesis of business and technology. Professionals define, develop, and maintain the information system infrastructure that supports the operations of all businesses, governments, and other institutions. These professionals use a wide variety of skills in carrying out this function.

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Submissions from 2016

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How Users Perceive and Respond to Security Messages: A NeuroIS Research Agenda and Empirical Study, Bonnie Anderson, Anthony Vance, C. Brock Kirwan, David Eargle, and Jeffrey Jenkins

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From Warning to Wallpaper: Why the Brain Habituates to Security Warnings, Bonnie Anderson, Anthony Vance, C. Brock Kirwan, Jeffrey L. Jenkins, and David Eargle

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More Harm than Good? How Messages that Interrupt Can Make Us Vulnerable, Jeffrey L. Jenkins, Bonnie Anderson, Anthony Vance, C. Brock Kirwan, and David Eargle

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Pipes, Pools and Filters: How Collaboration Networks Affect Innovative Performance, Harpeet Singh, David Kryscynski, Xinxin Li, and Ram Gopal

Submissions from 2015

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Early to Adopt and Early to Discontinue: The Impact of Self-Perceived and Actual IT-Knowledge on Technology Use Behaviors of end Users, Rohit Aggarwal, David Kryscynski, Vishal Midha, and Harpeet Singh

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Evaluating Venture Technical Competence in VC Investment Decisions, Rohit Aggarwal, David Kryscynski, and Harpeet Singh

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Making Strategic Human Capital Relevant: A Time-Sensitive Opportunity, David Kryscynski and Dave Ulrich

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Toward a Synthesis of HR Competency Models: The Common HR "Food Groups", Dave Ulrich, Wayne Brockbank, Mike Ulrich, and David Kryscynski

Submissions from 2014

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Using Measures of Risk Perception to Predict Information Security Behavior: Insights from Electroencephalography (EEG), Anthony Vance, Bonnie Anderson, C. Brock Kirwan, and David Eargle

Submissions from 2012

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Rethinking Sustained Competitive Advantage from Human Capital, Benjamin Campbell, Russell Coff, and David Kryscynski

Submissions from 2011

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Drilling for Micro-Foundations of Human Capital Based Competitive Advantages, Russell Coff and David Kryscynski