June 1987 Ph.D., Management Information Systems,
Thesis: Design of person-computer decision systems.
Advisors: Professors Philip Ein-Dor and Shulamit Krietler.
M.Sc., Management Sciences (Information Systems), Tel-
B.Sc, Honors, Economics and
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS and ROLES
2009- Chairman of Doctoral committee, Faculty of management
2004-9 Professor, Faculty of Management,
Chairman of IT committee,
2000-3 Founding Director, Center of Global Knowledge Manag.
2000-3 Project Director of Learning by
1995-99 Head of the
1997-01 Associate Professor,
1994-5 Deputy Director of the
1992-4 Associate Professor of MIS,
1991-4 Program Faculty,
1986-92 Assistant Professor of MIS,
1984-86 Instructor of IS, Tel-Aviv U.
GRANTS, DISTINCTIONS AND AWARDS
AIS Vision award, December 2011
AIS Presdient, July 2011
Grant from ZonMw grant (Dutch Health Science) for PERISCOPE: ICT for patient self management, (Eur 462,000).
Emerlad LiteratiNetwork 2009 Highly Commended Award for the paper 'The effectivness of online customer relations tools'.
AIS Fellow 2008 – “Association for Information Systems Fellows award recogines individulas who have made outstanding contributions to the discipline”.
Preparatory grant van het deelprogramma ICT en Disease Management van ZonMW, 2007.
The ECIS 2006 Best Paper Award for co-authored paper entitled "From generative fit to generative capacity: exploring an emerging dimension of information systems fit and task performance".
The MIS Quarterly’s Best Paper Award for 2001 for my paper entitled “A cognitive-affective model of organizational communication for designing IT”, 2002
Research support from Chase Manhattan Bank for “Information technology for inter-cultural collaboration”, 1997 ($100,000)
Grant from PCSoft International for “Analysis of software errors”, 1996 ($6,000).
Grant from the Kellogg Foundation for developing a "Computer clinic for non profits", 1993 ($54,000).
Grant from the Center for Management of Technology, "Coordination of
distributed decision making in a corporate planning environment", with
Grant from the Arts Management Program at the Weatherhead School of Management for developing "Technology support center for the cultural institutions", 1991 ($15,000).
Grant from the National Science Foundation, the Coordination Theory and
Collaborative Technology Program, "Coordination of distributed decision
making in a corporate planning environment", with
Scholarship from Mandel Center of Nonprofit Organizations for "Information systems in cultural institutions", 1989 ($3,000).
Research Initiation Grant from
Doctoral Consortium, International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS '86.
Grant from the Israeli Institute of Business Research for "A classification system of cognitive styles", 1985 ($5,000).
Doctorate scholarship from the Tel-Aviv University, 1984-86.
* Visiting Professor at Univeristy of Nante (Summer 2006, 2011)
* Visiting Scholar at
* Visiting Scholar at
Te’eni D., J. Carey and P. Zhang (2007). Human-Computer Interaction: Developing Effective Organizational Information Systems. John Wiley & Sons.
BOOKS AS EDITOR
Jaffe E.D., Nebenzahl I & Te'eni D.- Editors. (1998). International
Business Strategies and
Schwartz D & Te’eni D. – Editors (2010). Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management, Volumes I & II, IGI – Second edition.
BOOK – academic novel
Let's Congress – letscongress.com
Te'eni D (1991). "DSS for High Level Policy Making", in S. Nagel and D. Garson (Eds.), Advances in Social Science and Computers, Vol 2, pp. 79-102, JAI Press, 1991.
Reprinted in Te'eni D (1990). "Developing
Support Systems for High Level Policy Making", S. Nagel (Ed.), Public
Administration and Decision-Aiding Software: Improving Procedure and Substance,
Te'eni D &
Te'eni D, D Thomassin, P Singh & A Naganand (1995). An evaluation of
human-factors research in decision support: observations and recommendations.
Reprinted in J. Carey (Ed.), Human Factors in Management Information
Systems: Emerging theoretical bases, Ablex Publishing Corporation,
Boland R, Tenkasi R & Te'eni D (1996). Designing Information Technology
to Support Distributed Cognition. Reprinted in Cognition Within and Between
Organizations , JR Meindl, C Stubbart and JF Porac (Eds.), Sage
Schwartz DG & Te'eni D (1996) Imaginal Agents. In P. Ein-Dor (Ed.), Artificial
Intelligence in Economics and Management,
Te'eni D., D G. Schwartz & R
J. Boland, Jr.(1997). Cognitive Maps for Communication: Specifying
Functionality and Usability. In J. Carey (Ed.), Human Factors in Management
Information Systems: The relationship between user interface design and human
performance, Vol. 4, 83-100,
Te'eni D. (2000). Modeling Organizational Communication: Top Down Analysis
and Bottom Up Diagnosis. Systems Modelling for Business Process Improvement,
(Ed.) D. Bustard, P. Kawalek and M. Norris,
Te'eni D., Margaliot N and Katz Y, J (2001). Polls, opinions and political
decisions: An information theory view of the 1999 elections. In
Te'eni D. and J. Kendall (2004). A Framework for Assessing the Impact of ICT on E-commerce and Fundraising for Nonprofit Organizations. Forthcoming in Effective Economic Decision Making for Nonprofit Organizations, D. Young (Ed.), pp. 167-189, Foundation Center, New York, NY.
Te'eni D. (2005). Socio-technical aspects of ERP selection and
implementation: The central role of communication.
Te'eni D. (2005). KM for supporting organizational communication. Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management. D. Schwartz (Ed.), pp. 734-740, Idea Group Reference.
Reprinted in Knowledge Management: Concepts,
Methodologies, Tools, and Applications
Te'eni, D. (2006). Designs that fit: An overview of fit conceptualizations
in HCI. In Human-Computer Interaction and
Management Information Systems: Foundations, edited by P. Zhang and D.
Galletta, pp. 205-221,
Kurtz, G., Te’eni, D., Mevarech Z & Neuthal, T. (2006). The Experience
of Implementing Instructional Technology in
Schwartz DG and Te'eni D (2008). The Impact of Computer Mediated Communication on Knowledge Transfer and Organizational Form. In M.E. Sharpe, AMIS research monograph: Knowledge Management: An Evolutionary View, Irma Becerra-Fernandez and Dorothy Leidner (Eds.), 145-162.
Te'eni D., Gelbard R. and Sade M. (2006). Increasing the benefit of analysis: The case of systems that support communication. "Lecture Notes in Informatics" (LNI) of the GI -Gesellschaft für Informatik, Eds. F. Feltz, B. Otjacques, A. Oberweis and N. Poussing, pp. 13-27. (Lead article).
Wienberger, H., Te'eni D., Frank A.
(2008). KnowledgeEco: An Ontology of Organizational
Memory, In Handbook of Ontologies for Business Interaction. Peter
Rittgen, (Ed.), Information Science Reference,
Te'eni D. and D. Young (2008). Nonprofits in the networked economy: Their role as intermediaries. Reprinted in Nonprofit Marketing, E. Parsons, P. Maclaran and M. Tadajewski (Eds.) SAGE Publications, 2008.
Te’eni D. (2011). Thinking about designing for talking: communication support systems, in Emerging Themes in Information Systems and Organization Studies, A. Carugati and C. Rossignoli, (Eds.) Physica-Verlag, Springer, pp. 33-43.
ARTICLES IN REFEREED PERIODICALS
Zakay D, D Te'eni & M Ben-Bassat (1983). Information acquisition in sequential pattern classification, Omega, 11, 385-394.
Te'eni D (1983). Feeding Problems in DSS, Journal of Systems Management, 34, 22-23.
Ben-Bassat M & D Te'eni (1984). Human-oriented information acquisition in sequential pattern classification, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, SMC-14, 131-138.
Te'eni D (1989). Determinants and consequences of perceived complexity in human-computer interaction, Decision Sciences, 20, 166-181.
Te'eni D (1990). The design of cognitive feedback in DSS. Human Factors in Management Information Systems, J. Carey (Ed.), Vol. 2, 271-280, Chapter 15, Ablex.
Te'eni D (1990). Perceived costs and benefits as determinants of user behavior: A matchmaking experiment. Behaviour & Information Technology, 9, 31-45.
Te'eni D (1990). Support systems for high level policy making: What makes them special. Information & Management, 19, 41-50.
Te'eni D (1990). Direct manipulation as a source of cognitive feedback: a human-computer experiment with a judgment task. International J. of Man-Machine Studies, 33, 453-466.
Te'eni D (1990). Towards effective information
processing in high office: An analysis of decision support systems in the
national governments of
Te'eni D & Sengupta K (1991). Information systems in cultural institutions: Lessons for tomorrow. s business organizations. In H.J. Bullinger (Ed.), Human Aspects in Computing: Design and Use of Interactive Systems and Information Management , Vol. 18B, 1249-1254, Elsevier.
Sengupta K & Te'eni D (1991). Direct manipulation and command language interfaces: a comparison of users' mental models. In H.J. Bullinger (Ed.), Human Aspects in Computing: Design and Use of Interactive Systems and Work with Terminals , Vol. 18A, 429-434, Elsevier.
Te'eni D & M Ginzberg (1991). Human-computer decision systems: The multiple roles of DSS. European Journal of Operational Research , 50, 127-139.
Te'eni D (1991). Feedback in DSS: Experiments with the timing of feedback. Decision Sciences, 22(3), 644-655.
Te'eni D (1991). Feedback in DSS as a source of control: An experiment with feedback specificity. Behaviour & Information Technology, 10(5), 373-382.
Te'eni D (1992). Process feedback in DSS. Accounting, Management and Information Technology , 2(1), 1-18.
Sengupta K & Te'eni D (1993). Feedback in GDSS: Enhancing control and reducing conflict. MIS Quarterly, 17, 87-109.
Te'eni D (1993) Behavioral aspects of data production and their impact on data quality. J. of Data Base Management , 4, 30-38.
Te'eni D & Kennedy M (1994). Modeling behavioral and
organizational constraints in systems development. (Eds.) G. E. Bradley and H.
W. Hendrick Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management, Vol.
Boland R, Tenkasi R & Te'eni D (1994). Designing Information Technology to Support Distributed Cognition. Organization Science, 5, 456-475.
Sengupta K, Te'eni D, Melone N, Limayem M, & Weisband S (1994). View of work and the design of group support systems, Accounting, Management, & Information Technologies , 4 (4) 245-266.
Srinivasan A & Te'eni D (1995). Modeling as constrained problem solving: An empirical study of the data modeling process. Management Science, 41(3), 419-434.
Sengupta K & Te'eni D (1996). Incorporating multiple levels of information processing in CSCW. In The Design of Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Groupware Systems, Human Factors in Information Technology, D. Shapiro, M. Tauber and R. Traunmuller, (Eds.) North Holland (Elsevier), Chapter 8, pp. 119-134.
Te'eni, D (1996). Teaching human-computer interaction: design of windows. Behaviour and Information Technology, 15, 101-112.
Kennedy, M, Te’eni, D and J. Treleavan (1998). Impacts of decision task, data and display on strategies for extracting information, International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 48, 159-180.
Berlinger, L. R. and Te'eni, D. (1999). Leaders' Attitudes Affect Computer Use in Religious Organizations. Nonprofit Management and Leadership 9 (4), 58-69.
Te'eni D and Schwartz DG (2000). Contextualization in computer mediated communication: theory informs design. Information Systems Review, 1(1), 59-75.
Schwartz DG and Te'eni D (2000). Tying knowledge to action with kMail. IEEE Intelligent Systems, May-June, 15(3), 33-39.
Te'eni D, Margaliot N and Katz YJ (2001). Polls,
opinions and political decisions - an information theory view of the 1999
Schwartz DG and Te'eni D (2001). Intelligent agent behavior based on organizational image theory. Kybernetes: The International Journal of Systems & Cybernetics, 30(2), 166-178.
Te'eni D., A. Sagie,
Te'eni D. (2001). A Cognitive-Affective Model of Organizational Communication for Designing IT. MIS Quarterly 25 (2), 251-312 (MISQ Best paper award).
Te'eni D. and Feldman R. (2001). Performance and satisfaction in adaptive websites: a laboratory experiment on search tasks within a task-adapted website. Journal of AIS, 2(3), 1-28.
Sagie, A., Zaidman N., Amichai Hamburger, Y., Te’eni D. and Schwartz, D.G. (2002). An empirical assessment of the loose-tight leadership model: Quantitative and qualitative analyses. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 23, 303-320.
Te'eni D. and D. Young (2003). Nonprofits in the networked economy: Their role as intermediaries. Nonprofits and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 32(3), 397-414.
Carey, J. Galletta, D. Kim, J., Te’eni, D., Wildemuth, B., Zhang, P. (2004). The Role of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) In the Information Systems (IS) Curriculum. Communications of AIS (April, 2004).
Te’eni, D. and Schwarz A. (2004). Communication in the IS community: A Call for Research and Design. Communications of AIS.
Te’eni, D. and Sani-Kuperberg, Z (2005). Levels of abstraction in designs of human-computer interaction: The case of e-mail. Computers in Human Behavior, 21, 817-830.
Zhang, P., J. Carey, D. Te’eni, and M. Tremaine (2005), Integrating Human- Computer Interaction Development into the Systems Development Life Cycle : A Methodology, Communications of the AIS, Vol. 15, Article 29, April, pp. 512-543
Zviran,M., Te’eni D. and Gross Y. (2006). Colored e-mail is cheap, but does it make a difference? Communication of ACM, April, 49(4).
Te’eni D. (2006). The language-action perspective as a basis for communication support systems. Communication of ACM, May, 49(5), 65-70.
Katz A and Te’eni D. (2007). The contingent impact of contextualization on computer-mediated collaboration. Organization Science, 18(2), pp. 261-279.
Te’eni D. (2007). HCI Is in Business–Focusing on Organizational Tasks and Management. ACM Interactions, Vol. XIV, July-August 2007, pp. 16-19.
Lyytinen, K., Baskerville, R., Iivari, J and Te'eni, D. (2007). Why the old world cannot publish? Overcoming challenges in publishing high-impact IS research, European Journal of Information Systems, 16(7), pp 317-326.
Zaidman, N., Te'eni D., Schwartz, D. (2008). Discourse-based technology support for intercultural communication in multinationals. Journal of Communication Management, 12(3), 263-272.
Te'eni D., Frank A. (2008). Ontology-based
Organizational Memory, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 59(9), 1454-1468.
Fink, L., Zeevi A., Te'eni D. (2008). The Effectiveness of Online Customer Relations Tools: Comparing the Perspectives of Organizations and Customers. Internet Research, 2008, 18(3), 211-228.
Alpay LL, Verhoef J, Te’eni D, Putter H, Toussaint PJ, Zwetsloot-Schonk JHM. (2008). Can Contextualization Increase Understanding During Man-Machine Communication? A Theory-Driven Study. The Open Medical Informatics Journal, 2, 82-91.
Zaidman, N., Schwartz, D and Te'eni D. (2008). Challenges to ICT implementation in multinationals. Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues, 1(4), 267-277.
Avital M, and Te'eni D. (2009). From generative fit to generative capacity: exploring an emerging dimension of information systems design and task performance. Information Systems Journal, 19(4), 345-367.
Te’eni D. (2009). The Wiki way in a hurry – The ICIS anecdote: Comment. MIS Quarterly, 33(1), 20-22.
Reychav I and Te'eni D. (2009). Knowledge exchange in the shrines of knowledge: The "how's" and "where's" of knowledge sharing processes. Computers & Education, 53(4), 1266-1277.
Alpay L.L., Verhoef J., Xie B., Te’eni D., Zwetsloot-Schonk J.H.M. (2009). Current Challenges in Consumer Health Informatics: Bridging the Gap between Access to Information and Information Understanding. Biomedical Informatics Insights, 2.
Esquivel A, Dunn K, McLane S, Te'eni D, Zhang J, Turley JP (2009). When your words count: a discriminative model to predict approval of referrals. Inform Prim Care 2009;17(4):201-7.
Gelbard R., Te'eni D., Sade M. (2010), “Theory of Object Oriented Analysis - Is it Just Theory?” IEEE Software, 27(1), 64-71.
Weisberg, Y, Te’eni D., Russo L. (Forthcoming 2011). Past and future online purchasing. Internet Research.
WORK IN PROGRESS
Davern, M.J., Te’eni , D. & J. Moon. Information Environments and Human Behavior: From Initial Preferences to Mature Usage. In progress.
Wilson J, Te'eni D. software errors. In progress.
Te'eni, D, Sengupta. Technologies for conferencing. In progress.
REFEREED PAPERS IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Te'eni D & K Sengupta (1989). Explanatory feedback in group decision
support systems. Presented at International Conference on Human-Computer
Te'eni D (1989b). The design of cognitive feedback in decision support
systems. At The Second Symposium on Human Factors in Management Information
Te'eni D (1989). Measuring use and success of DSS: A conceptual basis. Decision
Sciences Institute's Annual Meeting,
Ahituv N & D Te'eni (1989). Decision support systems for very high level
policy making. Proceedings of the Third Pan Pacific Computer Conference,
Te'eni D, D Thomassin, P Singh & A Naganand (1990). An evaluation of
human-factors research in decision support: observations and recommendations.
At The Third Symposium on Human Factors in Management Information Systems,
Srinivasan A & D Te'eni (1990). The role of abstractions in the data
modeling process. Proceedings of the 11th Annual International Conference on
Information Systems, ICIS'90,
Sengupta K & Te'eni D (1991b). Reducing cognitive conflict through
feedback in GDSS: An experiment in the formulation of group preferences. 24th
Te'eni D &
Te'eni D (1991d). Issues in planning behavioral information-systems
research. Decision Sciences Institute's North East Annual Meeting,
Te'eni D., David G. Schwartz &
Silver M.S., S.L. Alter, J.J. Elam, C.B. Stabell & D. Te'eni (1992).
Decision support systems: Balancing directed and nondirected change (a panel).
In Decision Support Systems: Experiences and Expectations,
pp.51-56. Eds. T.Jelassi, M. R. Klein & W.M. Mayon-White, IFIP,
Boland R, Schwartz D, Tenkasi R, Maheshwari A & Te'eni D (1992). Sharing
perspectives in distributed decision making. Computer Support Collaborative
Work Conference (CSCW),
Sengupta K & Te'eni D (1993) Incorporating multiple levels of
information processing in CSCW: An integrated design approach. Workshop on
Design of CSCW,
Te'eni D. (1994). CAIS: A university based social action project. Human factors in Computing Systems, CHI'94 Conference companion, pp. 151-152.
Te'eni D & Berlinger L (1995). Impact of leaders' attitudes on computer use in religious congregations. Proceedings of the Annual Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), November 2-4, 1995, pp. 280-290.
Margaliot N & Te'eni D (1996) Software errors: Fishing in an ocean not a
pond. Proceedings of the 17th Annual International Conference on Information
Te'eni D & Schwartz DG (1997). Computer support for rich communication
among international coworkers. Proceedings of
Te'eni D. & Zaidman N. (1998). An organizational view of
computer-mediated communication in multi-nationals. Proceedings of
Te'eni D & Schwartz DG (1998). Rich communication for international cooperation. Telecooperation - Proceedings of XV IFIP world computer congress (Ed.) Roland Traunmuller, Austrian Computer Society, Vienna, Austria, pp. 343-357.
Te'eni D. & Wienberger H. (2000). Systems development of organizational memory: a literature survey. Proceedings of ECIS 2000, H.R. Hansen, M. Bicher & H. Mahrer (Eds.), Vienna, Austria, July 2000, pp. 219-226.
M Davern, Te’eni D. & JY Moon (2000). Content versus structure in
information environments: A longitudinal analysis of website preferences. Proceedings
of the 21st Annual International Conference on Information Systems,
Te'eni D. and D. Young (2001). An agenda for nonprofits in the new economy: Their role as intermediaries". Independent Sector 2001 Research Forum.
Weinberger, H. Te’eni D, Frank A (2003). Ontologies for evaluating OM. Proceedings
of the European Conference on Information Systems, ECIS'2003,
Te’eni, D. & Ronen H. (2003) Interactivity and control: The case of
dynamic maps for navigation in hypertext. 2nd HCI Workshop, ICIS,
Kurtz, G., Kantor, J., Te’eni, D. (2004). On keeping students in step with the instructor: teaching financial accounting as an online course” The 4th Annual Conference, International Academy of E-Business, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, March 28-31, 2004.
Zhang, P, Carey, J., Te’eni, D. (2004). A
comprehensive methodology for Human Computer Interaction (HCI) development. In
Kurtz, G., Neuthal T., T'e'eni D. and Scher S. (2006). E-Competences
for Life, Employment and Innovation - "E" is more!, EDEN 2006,
Avital M and Te'eni D. (2006). "From generative fit to generative capacity: exploring an emerging dimension of information systems fit and task performance" (won The ECIS 2006 Best Paper Award).
Fink L., Aviv, Te'eni D. (2007). "The Effectiveness of Online Customer Relationship Tools: Comparing the Perspectives of Organizations and Customers. ISWORLD2007 (8 pp.).
Te’eni D. (2007). Panel - Proceedings of the 28th Annual International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS'2007, Montreal, 2007, On CD.
Te’eni D., Alpay L., Schonk J (2010) CMC for self-management, European Association for Communication in Healthcare (EACH), Verona, Italy September, 5-8 (on CD).
Reychav I, Te’eni D (2010). One conference, many options: The ways to sort your knowledge in a conference. MCIS2010, Tel Aviv, September, 12-14 (online proceedings).
Ronen H. and Te’eni D (2011). Dynamic Personal Feedback in Acquiring Information to Manage Your Health. ICIS2011, Shanghai, December, 3-6.
PRACTITIONER ORIENTED JOURNALS (non-refereed)
Te'eni D (1990). Data feeding and data consuming: Problems and solutions. Journal of Information Systems Management, Spring 1990.
Te'eni D (1989). Using Lotus 1-2-3 and dBase III to teach programming in an introductory MIS course. Interface: The computer education quarterly.
OTHER PANELS, PRESENTATIONS AND ARTICLES
Te'eni D (1989). Decision aids for high-level policy making. At The
Political Science Convention,
Te'eni D (1990). Information needs of cultural institutions. At The
Boland R & Te'eni D (1991). SPIDER: Collaboration technology for distributed decision making. Appears in the proceedings of the NSF Workshop on Coordination and Collaboration, June 1991.
Boland R, Schwartz D, &
Te'eni D. (1991). Cognitive maps in distributed decision making. TIMS/ORSA
Te'eni D, Boland R, Schwartz D, Tenkasi R (1992). An information system for supporting a distributed process of decision making. The Sixth Conference on Management Information Systems, Tel-Aviv, May 1992, Proceedings: pp. 1-6.
Te'eni D (1992) Behavioral, organizational and social aspects of information
systems design. Japanese Institute of Office Seminar, CMOST,
Te'eni D (1994). Research on information technology in arts institutions: A systems approach. Sourcebook, 1994 Joint Annual Meeting of the International Council of Museums Documentation Committee and the Museum Computer Network, pp. 153-158.
Te'eni D, K Kirk, U Schultze & D Day (1994). Human Factors in IS, SIGCHI Bulletin, 26, 24-25.
Ahituv N, Ein-Dor P, Etzion O, & Te’eni D (1996). Academia influencing the national IT Policy, 4th European Conference on information systems, Lisbon, July, 1996, Proceedings edited by Coelho JD et al., p1343.
Te’eni D (2001). Design of E-books. Multi-Yeda – information science,
Te’eni D (2001). A message out of context. At a workshop on Language Action
Perspective and Organizational Semiotics, LAP2001, July 20-22,
Te’eni, D, Kendall J., A. Schmidt & S. Milliken (2002). Task force on
Internet based fundraising, services and e-commerce in nonprofits.
Te’eni, D. (2002). Levels of abstraction in Web-books. SIGHCI workshop,
Carey, J, Galletta D, Kim J, Te’eni D, Wildemuth B & Zhang P (2003). The
role of human-computer interaction in the IS curriculum - Panel. 9th
Galletta D, Olson, J., Lazar, J., Te’eni D, Webster, J. (2003). Common
grounds in HCI - Panel. 2nd HCI Workshop, ICIS,
Zmud R., Carte T. and Te’eni D (2004). IT in government and non-profits -
Te’eni D., Rowe F., Kautz K., Paul RJ. (2005). Meet the editors: Worldview
in editorial missions and practice. ECIS 2005,
Te'eni D (2006). Knowing to communicate for knowing in the learning organization. DeSanctis Conference, Duke, March 3-5, 2006.
Te'eni D. Invited Keynote speaker - 11th AIM’s
Frank, A., Evans, C., Ahituv, A. and Te`eni, D. (2010). Panel - Web
Te'eni D. Invited Presidential address – 17th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2011), Detroit, August 4-7, 2011.
Te’eni D. Invited keynote panel, Annual ItAIS: Information Systems: a crossroads for Organization, Management, Accounting and Engineering, Rome - Italy, October 7-8, 2011
Te'eni D. Invited Keynote speaker, The 6th Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems (MCIS2011), IS: Crossroads of Technology, People, Organizations and Markets, Cyprus, September 3 – 5, 2011.
Te'eni D. Invited Presidential address. The International Conference on Information Systems ICIS2011, Shanghai, December 2011
Avital M and Levina N, Agarwal R, Li E, Te’eni D. Grover V Andersen NB (2011) Panel: Nurturing a Thriving Information Systems Discipline in the Next Decade: A Call to Action, ICIS2011, Shanghai, December 2011.
TEACHING ACTIVITIES AND STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
Chairman and supervisor of completed dissertations or theses
R. Slobodena (2006) Thin slice evaluation of websites (M.A.)
M. Sade (2006) OOA in practice (M.A.)
O. Mendelson (2005) Personal assistant (M.A.)
H Wienberger (2005) Ontologies for organizational memory (Ph.D Info Science)
A Shoval-Katz (2005) A communication support system for interdiciplinary teams (Ph.D)
M. Shor (2005) Cost benefit in e-learning (MA)
O. Harel (2003) Design of adaptive hypermedia (M.A.)
H. Ronen (2003) Maps as navigation tools in e-books (M.A.)
L. Arman (2003) Obstacles to e-commerce in Israel (M.A.)
A. Minkov (2002) Diffusion of home-professional systems among engineers (PhD.)
Z. Sani (2002) Structuring techniques for e-mail (M.A.)
R. Feldman (2000) Performance and satisfaction in adaptive websites (MA)
Y. Farber (1998) Design of interactive voice messages (MA)
O. Chesler (1998) Estimation of software errors in open systems (MA)
S. Robertson (1991) The effects of training and individual ability on use of DSS (Ph.D.)
K. Sengupta (1991) The impact of cognitive feedback in collaborative systems (Ph.D.).
Shelly Cohen Adpative Art systems (Thesis)
Sagie Dayan The institutional discourse at conferences (Doctoral, BGU)
External reviewer for dissertations: University of British Columbia, Tel Aviv University, Hebrew University, Ben-Gurion University, Bar-Ilan University, University of Melbourne
New courses developed:
1 Seminar in MIS for Ph.D. students. The seminar surveys research methods in MIS and critically evaluates selected papers in the behavioral areas of MIS.
2 Seminar on e-documents for Information scicence students. The seminar surveys research and practice on e-books, e-browsers and e-learning materials.
3 MBA course on Human-computer interaction. The course covers the fundamentals of dialog design for decision support systems and demonstrates the concepts through modular and comprehensive design tasks.
Management Information Systems I
Programming and Problem Solving (C prog.)
Introduction to MIS
Seminar in MIS (Ph.D. students)
Management assessment classes
Fortran (professional computing school)
Seminar in communication support systems
KM and organizational learning
Computer programming and design- a full time 7 month Course. Course highlights: Assembly, PL/1, file organization.
ACADEMIC ROLES AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
· Co-Editor European Journal of IS
· Senior Editor: MIS Quarterly; JAIS (Guest SE); AIS Tran. of HCI; European Journal of IS
· Associate editor: MIS Quarterly ; ISR (Guest AE)
· Editorial board member: J. of AIS ; Internet Research ; Information and Organizations, European Journal of IS
· Ad Hoc Reviewer for: MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Management Science, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, Accounting Management and Information Technology, European Journal of Operational Research, International Journal of DSS, Nonprofit Leadership and Management, Behaviour and Information Technology, Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, Nonprofits and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems, Accounting Information Systems, JASIST, IEEE Trns. On Communication.
· Editorial Advisory Board member: Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management.
Service since 2000
· Academic director, Internet Research Institute, Tel Aviv University, 2011
· Co-chair Professional development consortium, MCIS2011
· AIS Presdient, 2011
· Conference co-Chair, MCIS 2010.
· Conference co-Chair, ICIS, 2008.
· Junior Faculty Councler, ICIS, 2007.
· Program co-chair, MCIS, 2007, 2008
· Co-Chair, ICIS Program Track, 2004.
· Program committee, LAP 2004; 2005, 2006.
· Co-Chair, AIS SIG IS-CORE, 2001-2003.
· Co-Chair, ACM SIGMIS Doctoral dissertation award 2002.
· Co-Chair, Doctoral Consortium, ICIS 2001.
· Task force leader, Internet commerce and fund raising, NCNE 2001-
· Program committee, LAP 2001.
· Doctoral Consortium Faculty Member, ICIS 2000.
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2008- éå"ø ååòãú îéðåééí îëììú öôú
2003-6 éå"ø îéè"ì (ìîéãä îúå÷ùáú áà÷ãîéä)
2002-5 éå"ø äååòãä äîéòöú ììäáä (ìöîöåí äôòø äãéâéèìé)
2002 éå"ø ååòãú úëðéú àéì"à
1998-02 éå"ø ååòãú îì"â – îëììú ñôéø
RECENT ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES & NOMINATIONS
Appointments committee chair –
· Appointments committee - Tel-Aviv University , 2006-7.
· Chair of Meital – National coordinator of e-learning in higher education, 2003-
· Chair of Lehava Advisory Committee – National Digital Divide Initiative, 2002-
· Program chair, ILA 2002.
· Executive Committee – ILA- Israeli Association of Information Processing, 2001-
Chair Higher Council of
· Appointments committee - Tel-Aviv Yafo College, 1997-2002.
· Member - Higher Council of Education Accreditation Committee Negev College, 1996-7
Member - Higher Council of