Phoebe Tsai

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Phoebe Tsai, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management

Biography

Dr. Tsai joined the faculty of the School of Business Administration in fall 2013. She teaches IT for Business, IT Strategy, Information Security & Risk Management, Systems Analysis & Design, and Business Process Management. Her research interests include technostress and the role of social influence (e.g., persuasion) in technology acceptance. She has published in Human Resource Management, The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems, and Journal of Information Technology. She is also a reviewer for regional and global conferences on information systems.

Education and Credentials

  • Ph.D., Western University
  • M.B.A., National Chengchi University
  • B.A., National Chengchi University

Scholarly Works

  • Change-Related Communication and Employees' Responses During the Anticipation Stage of IT-Enabled Organizational Transformation: A Case Study (Hsing-Yi Tsai and Deborah Compeau) The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems (2017)
  • Voluntary Use of Information Technology: An Analysis and Synthesis of the Literature (Hsing-Yi Tsai, Deborah Compeau and Darren Meister) Journal of Information Technology (2017)
  • Of Races to Be Run and Battles to Be Won: Technical Skill-updating, Stress, and Coping of IT Professionals (Hsing-Yi Tsai, D. R. Compeau and N. Haggerty) Human Resource Management (2007)
  • Social Influence on Individual Acceptance and Use of an IT Innovation (Hsing-Yi Tsai, D. R. Compeau and D. Meister) Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (2006)
  • A Cognitive View of How IT Professionals Update Their Technical Skills (Hsing-Yi Tsai, D. R. Compeau and N. Haggerty) Proceedings of the ACM Special Interest Group in Management Information Systems (2004)  
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Interests

  • Playing the flute
  • Polishing silver
  • Organizing seemingly random items