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Kailing Deng Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of CIS Collins College of Business
School of Accounting and Computer Information Systems
918-631-2945
kad7973@utulsa.edu
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Ph.D., University of Arkansas
B.M., Capital University of Economics and Business


Management of digital innovation
IT infrastructure governance for enhancing firm performance
Dynamic capability building in organizations
Health care information technology management and related IT security issues at both individual and hospital levels

Introduction to IS
Business Analytics
Database Management
Health Informatics
Business Application Development Fundamentals
IT Project Management


The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Conference Proceedings


Deng, Kailing, and P. Setia. "Examining Demand Management Agility: The Role of Organizational Innovation." The 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2018. Print.

Deng, Kailing, P. Setia, and R. Jena. "Internally or Externally Oriented IT Competencies: A Configuration Theory Perspective on How to Build Demand Management Agility." The 38th International Conference on Information Systems, 2018. Print.

Deng, Kailing, and P. Setia. “Examining Demand Management Agility: The Role of Organizational Innovation.” The 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2019. Print.

Deng, Kailing, P. Setia, and R. Jena. “A Configuration Theory Perspective to Study Complementarity on Demand Management Agility.” INFOMRS Annual Conference, 2019. Print.

Manuscripts


Deng, Kailing, P. Setia, and M.S. Bhuiyan. Examining the Evolution of IT Architecture in Organization: A Sensemaking Perspective. 2018.

Deng, Kailing et al. A Configuration Theory Perspective on How IT and Business Initiatives Impact Demand Management Agility. 2018.

Deng, Kailing, and P. Setia. Digital Transformation of Healthcare: How Secure IT Capabilities Engender Boundary Objects and Enchance Boundary-Spanning Engagement. 2018.

Others


Deng, Kailing, and P. Setia. “Investigating the Effect of Interoperability in the Context of Healthcare Information Sharing.” Second Summer Project Presentation (2019): n. pag. Print.

Deng, Kailing, and P. Setia. “Examining Demand Management Agility: The Role of Organizational Innovation.” Information Technology Research Institution Annual Executive Board Meeting (2019): n. pag. Print.

Deng, Kailing, and P. Setia. “Dynamics View of Enacting Complementarities for Building Capabilities.” First Summer Project Presentation (2019): n. pag. Print.