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Bio: 
Quang "Neo" Bui is an assistant professor at the MIS, Marketing and Digital Business department, Saunders College of Business. Prior to joining RIT, he was a visiting professor at the Supply Chain & Information Systems department at Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Bui received his PhD in Business, Information Systems focus from Bentley University, Waltham Massachusetts. His research focuses on innovation adoption and diffusion processes, particularly IT management innovations (e.g., Enterprise Architecture, health information exchange, outsourcing models, shared services models). His work has been published in Journal of Management Information Systems (JMIS), Information & Management, Communications of the AIS (CAIS), International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), and the Academy of Management Meetings. His teaching interests include enterprise systems, SAP, system analysis and design, web development, and database management.
Education: 
  • Ph.D. in Information Systems from Bentley University, 2014
  • M.S. in Information Systems from Brigham Young University, 2009
  • B.S. in Information Systems from Brigham Young University Hawaii, 2006
Expertise: 
  • Information systems
  • Oracle
  • SAP R/3
  • Systems analysis and design
Memberships: 
  • Academy of Management
  • Association of Information Systems
Certifications: 
  • SAP Certified Application Associate (TERP10)
  • CompTIA Network+
  • Oracle Database 10g
Awards: 
  • Special Interest Group on the Adoption and Diffusion of Information Technology (DIGIT) - - 2013
  • Academy of Management, Organizational Communication and Information Systems division - - 2013
  • Journal of Management of Information Systems (JMIS) - - 2012
  • Special Interest Group on the Adoption and Diffusion of Information Technology (DIGIT) - - 2012
  • Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences (HICSS) - - 2011
  • Brigham Young University Hawaii - - 2007
  • Brigham Young University Hawaii - - 2005
Journals: 
  • Bui, Q., Hansen, S., Liu, M., & Tu, Q. (2018). From Meaningful Use to Meaningful Results: Revisiting the Productivity Paradox in the Case of Health Information Technology. Communications of the ACM.
  • Bui, Q. (2017). Evaluate Enterprise Architecture Frameworks Using Essential Elements. Communications of the Association for Information Systems (AIS), 41 (1), 121-149.
  • Bui, Q. (2015). Increasing the Relevance of Enterprise Architecture through "Crisitunities" in U.S. State Governments. MIS Quarterly Executive, 14 (4), 169-179.
  • Lowry, P., Twyman, N., Pickard, M., Jenkins, J., & Bui, Q. (2014). Proposing the Affect-Trust Infusion Model (ATIM) to Explain and Predict the Influence of High- and Low-Affect Infusion on Web-Vendor Trust. Information and Management, 51 (5), 579-594.
  • Markus, M., & Bui, Q. (2012). Going Concerns: The Governance of Interorganizational Coordination Hubs. Journal of Management Information Systems, 28 (4), 163-197.
Proceedings: 
  • Bui, Q., Olayele, A., & Leo, E. (2018). Information Technology Outsourcing Configurations and Organizational Outcomes. UK Academy for Information Systems.
  • Bui, Q., & Levy, M. (2017). Institutionalization of Contested Practices: A Case of Enterprise Architecture Implementation in a US State Government. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  • Bui, Q. (2015). A Review of Innovation Diffusion Theories and Mechanisms. Diffusion Interest Group in Information Technology (DIGIT) Workshop.
  • Bui, Q., Markus, M., & Newell, S. (2015). Alternative Designs in Widespread Innovation Adoption: Empirical Evidence from Enterprise Architecture Implementation in US State Governments. International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Bui, Q., Markus, M., & Newell, S. (2015). Magnitude of Innovation Change: Adaptation and Reinvention in Enterprise Architecture Implementation. Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Bui, Q. (2014). Patterns of Enterprise Architecture Implementation: Lessons Learned from 50 U.S. State Governments. SIM Academic Workshop, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  • Bui, Q. (2013). What is Being Reinvented? Toward a Conceptual Model of Reinvention. Diffusion Interest Group in Information Technology (DIGIT) Workshop.
  • Bui, Q. (2013). Rhetorical Persuasion throughout the Diffusion Process: Creating a Compelling Cognitive-Institutional Account for Widespread Adoption. Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Markus, M., Jacobson, D., Bui, Q., Mentzer, K., & Lisein, O. (2013). Organizational and Institutional Arrangements for e-Government: A Preliminary Report on Contemporary IT Management Approaches in US State Governments. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  • Markus, M., Jacobson, D., Bui, Q., Mentzer, K., & Lisein, O. (2013). IT Centralization and Enterprise-wide IT Capabilities and Outcomes: A Public Sector Study. European Conference on Information Systems.
  • Bui, Q. (2012). Dominant Designs for Widespread Adoption? The Case of Alternative Designs in the Diffusion of Enterprise Architecture. Diffusion Interest Group in Information Technology (DIGIT) Workshop.
  • Bui, Q. (2012). Making Connections: A Typological Theory on Enterprise Architecture Features and Organizational Outcomes. Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • Bui, Q. (2011). On the Diffusion of Administrative Innovation: Performance, Fashion, or Legitimacy. Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • Markus, M., & Bui, Q. (2011). Governing Public Sector Interorganizational Network Infrastructures--The Importance of Formal and Legal Arrangements. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
Research Grants: 
  • 2017: Liu, M., Bui, Q., Hansen, S., & Tu, J., Provost's Faculty Mentoring Grant.
  • 2017: Bui, Q., Grant Writer Boot Camp.
  • 2016: Bui, Q., Faculty Education and Development (FEAD) Grant-RIT.
  • 2016: Bui, Q., Faculty Education and Development (FEAD) Grant-RIT.
  • 2016: Bui, Q., HIT Adoption and Use in the Greater Rochester Area.
  • 2015: Bui, Q., Faculty Mentoring Grant.

Quang Bui

Assistant Professor
Management Information Systems
MIS, Marketing & Digital Business
585-475-4411
LOW-3312
Staff Assistant: 
Sarah Goetz