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Dr Michael Lane

Dr Michael Lane
Name Michael Lane
Position Senior Lecturer (Information Systems)
Section School of Business
Office T265
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 1268
Extension 1268
Email
Qualifications ADipMC USQ , BIT(Hons) USQ , PhD USQ
Executive Support

Fields of Research (FoR)

  • Distributed Computing not elsewhere classified ( 080599 )
  • Information Systems Management ( 080609 )
  • Information Systems Organisation ( 080610 )
  • Decision Support and Group Support Systems ( 080605 )
  • Computer System Security ( 080303 )
  • Cybersecurity And Privacy ( 460400 )
  • Decision Support And Group Support Systems ( 460902 )
  • Information Systems Organisation And Management ( 460908 )
  • Distributed Computing And Systems Software not elsewhere classified ( 460699 )

Research interests
1. Business analytics enabling data driven decision making

2. Cyber security management – risk, governance and compliance

3. Broadband enabling the economy and society in rural and regional communities

Current PhD Students
Wong, Wai, Yip (Freddy), PhD Project, Adoption and implementation factors leading to the success of business intelligence and big data analytics in ERP Systems in the Greater China Region and Australia, (Principal Supervisor Dr Michael Lane), drian Downes PhD Project, (Dr Michael Lane Principal Supervisorexpected completed December 2020

Craig Baty, DBAR Project, National Cultural Determinants of the Strategic Investment in ICT: A Comparative Study of Japan and Australia, (Principal Supervisor Dr Michael Lane) Expected completion date December 2020

George Pierides, DBAR Project, Why is data driven decision making an organizational challenge? (Principal Supervisor Dr Michael Lane), Expected completion date December 2020

Asgarkhani, Medhi PhD Project, (Dr Mustafa Ally Principal Supervisor, Prof Mark Toleman Associate Supervisor, Dr Michael Lane Associate Supervisor), Exploring the role and effectiveness of Information Technology Governance (ITG) in maximising value from information technology initiatives expected completion June

Michael McGarry, DBAR Project, (Dr Michael Lane Principal Supervisor, Dr Mustafa Ally Associate Supervisor, Shalene Werth Associate Supervisor), Factors facilitating knowledge and innovation creation and diffusion using a P2P online community in a police service for Officers in Charge commenced in S2 2019

PhD and Masters Students Completed
Mehmet Ercan PhD Thesis - An Evaluation of the Performance of a NoSQL Document Database in a Simulation of a Large Scale Electronic Health Record (EHR) System, (Principal supervisor), April 2018

Sanjib Tiwari PhD Thesis - An Evaluation of The Broadband Ecosystem in Western Downs Region (WDR) – USQ CRN Project 2 (Principal Supervisor) April 2017

Mohammad, Mehdi, Rajaeian, PhD Thesis, An Investigation of Decision Support Knowledge Production, Transfer and Adoption for IT Outsourcing, April 2017

Robert Poepjes, PhD Thesis - The development and evaluation of an Information Security Awareness Capability Model: Linking ISO/IEC 27002 controls with Awareness Importance, Capability and Risk, (Principal supervisor) September 2015

Moyassar Alyas PhD Thesis – The configuration of CIO roles determined by different stages of organisational life cycle, (Principal supervisor), December 2014

Kevin Barton, (Nova Southeastern University), PhD Thesis - Information System Security Commitment: A Study of External Influences on Senior Management, (Committee member, Associate supervisor), November 2014

Brian Strong, Master Thesis, Prudential Regulatory Governance of IT Sourcing Strategies within the Australian Banking Sector (Associate supervisor), September 2014

Marhaini Mohd Noor PhD Thesis EVALUATING THE CONTRIBUTION OF COMMUNITY INFORMATICS TO RURAL DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF MALAYSIA’S RURAL INTERNET CENTRES (Associate Supervisor), September 2013

Markus Lembach, DBAR Dissertation, The Fit of Mobile Work Support Functions with Mobile Sales-Force Worker Tasks, 2012 (Principal supervisor Michael Lane)

Arjun KC Master of Business Research Dissertation 2012 – Software vulnerability disclosures and its impact on the response time of vendor patching (Principal supervisor Michael Lane)

Sanjib Tiwari Master of Business Research Dissertation - Trust and Privacy and Social networking sites 2012 (Associate supervisor Michael Lane)

Professional memberships
Association for Information Systems (AIS) http://www.aisnet.org

Australian Information Security Association http://www.aisa.org.au/

USQ Research affiliations

  • Institute for Resilient Regions (IRR)
  • Rural Economies Centre of Excellence (RECE)
  • Centre for Health, Informatics and Economic Research (CHIER)

Currently teaching courses/programs
Currently teaching in the School of Management and Enterprise, Information Systems Undergraduate, MBA, Masters Programs
CIS8008 Business Intelligence

CIS2005 Principles of Information Security

CIS8018 Information Security Management

CIS8100 Digital Enterprise

CIS8009 Management Issues in Telecommunications

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
20 Years

Administrative responsibilities
BELA Faculty - Associate Dean Academic

Acting Academic Program Coordinator Master of Information Systems Professional July 2018 to January 2019

School of Management and Enterprise - Academic Coordinator July 2016 to February 2018

School of Management and Enterprise - Information Systems Discipline Leader - Information Systems 2013 to March 2016

USQ Advisory Board for Study of IT - Current

Australian Computer Society, Accreditation of USQ IT Programs for 2015-2019, Project Team member 2014

USQ Academic Board Member 2014

Acting Associate Dean Learning and Teaching - Faculty of Business and Law - August 2011 to June 2012

Chair of School of Information Systems Learning and Teaching Committee 2007 - July 2011

Research most recent
Tiwari, S. Lane, M. & Alam, K. 2019, Do social networking sites build and maintain social capital online in rural communities, Journal of Rural Studies, Vol 66, February 2019, pp. 1-10 Access article from here https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1YX-N2eyKFVs5M

Rajaeian, M. M. Cater-Steel, A & Lane, M., 2018, Determinates of effective knowledge transfer from academic researchers to industry practitioners, Journal of Engineering and Technology Management 47 (January–March 2018) pages:37-52

Al-Taie, M. Lane, M. S. & Cater-Steel, A., 2018, An Empirical Assessment of the CIO Role Expectations Instrument Using PLS Path Modelling, Communications of Association for Information Systems, Scopus Quartile 2 – ABDC A ranked Journal

Orcid All Research Outputs https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6534-4902


Research most notable
Barton, K, Tejay, G, Lane, M & Terrell, S, 2016, Information System Security Commitment: A Study of External Influences on Senior Management, Computers & Security - Scopus Quartile 1 and ABDC A ranked Journal

Tiwari, S. Lane, M. & Alam, K. 2019, Do social networking sites build and maintain social capital online in rural communities, Journal of Rural Studies, Vol 66, February 2019, pp. 1-10 Scopus Quartile 1

Rajaeian, M. M. Cater-Steel, A & Lane, M., 2018, Determinates of effective knowledge transfer from academic researchers to industry practitioners, Journal of Engineering and Technology Management 47 (January–March 2018) pages:37-52

Rajaeian, M. M., Cater-Steel, A.& Lane, M. S., 2017, A systematic literature review and critical assessment of model-driven decision support for IT outsourcing, Decision Support Systems Journal Scopus Quartile 1 – ABDC A* ranked Journal

Al-Taie, M. Lane, M. S. & Cater-Steel, A., 2017, An Empirical Assessment of the CIO Role Expectations Instrument Using PLS Path Modelling, Communications of Association for Information Systems, Scopus Quartile 2 – ABDC A ranked Journal

Lane, M & Stagg, A 2014, 'University staff adoption of iPads: An empirical study using an extended Technology Acceptance Model' , Australasian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 18 No. 3


Publications in ePrints

Tiwari, Sanjib and Lane, MichaelORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6534-4902 and Alam, KhorshedORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2232-0745 (2019) Do social networking sites build and maintain social capital online in rural communities? Journal of Rural Studies, 66. pp. 1-10. ISSN 0743-0167

Al-Taie, Moyassar and Lane, MichaelORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6534-4902 and Cater-Steel, Aileen (2018) An empirical assessment of the CIO role expectations instrument using PLS path modelling. Communications of Association for Information Systems, 42 (1). pp. 1-20. ISSN 1529-3181

Rajaeian, Mohammad Mehdi and Cater-Steel, Aileen and Lane, MichaelORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6534-4902 (2018) Determinants of effective knowledge transfer from academic researchers to industry practitioners. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 47 (Jan - March). pp. 37-52. ISSN 0923-4748

Asgarkhani, Mehdi and Toleman, MarkORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0535-8103 and Ally, Mustafa and Lane, MichaelORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6534-4902 (2018) The impact of ineffective ITG on IT deployment: a study of failed IT deployment initiatives. In: 29th Australasian Conference of Information Systems (ACIS 2018), 3-5 Dec 2018, Sydney, Australia.

Rajaeian, Mohammad Mehdi and Cater-Steel, Aileen and Lane, MichaelORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6534-4902 (2017) A systematic literature review and critical assessment of model-driven decision support for IT outsourcing. Decision Support Systems, 102. pp. 42-56. ISSN 0167-9236

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Approved research supervisor in the area of:

  • Distributed Computing not elsewhere classified ( 080599 )
  • Information Systems Management ( 080609 )
  • Information Systems Organisation ( 080610 )
  • Decision Support and Group Support Systems ( 080605 )
  • Computer System Security ( 080303 )
  • Cybersecurity And Privacy ( 460400 )
  • Decision Support And Group Support Systems ( 460902 )
  • Information Systems Organisation And Management ( 460908 )
  • Distributed Computing And Systems Software not elsewhere classified ( 460699 )