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  1. 1. GINA C. GREEN Information Systems Department Hankamer School of Business Baylor University Waco, Texas 76798-8005 Phone: (254) 710-6210 Email: Homepage: RESEARCH Diffusion of new systems development techniques, effectiveness of IS project leaders, INTERESTS: database design and pedagogy, and impacts of individual differences in computer-supported knowledge work. TEACHING Database Management, Systems Analysis and Design, Management of Information INTERESTS: Systems, and Managing Software Development Projects. EDUCATION: ORACLE UNIVERSITY, Austin, TX 01/01 Completed courses in PL/SQL, and DBA Architecture and Administration. 05/94-07/98 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, Tampa, FL Ph.D., Information Systems. Supporting Areas: Computer Science and Psychology. Dissertation Topic: Examining the Impacts of Developer Involvement and IT Diffusion Environment on the Diffusion of Software Development Techniques 10/90-05/91 IBM MANAGEMENT EDUCATION,Armonk,NY,& Atlanta,GA Completed three required courses on Effective Managing. Topics included personnel development, technical management issues, planning, budgeting, and communication. 01/86-04/94 IBM TECHNICAL/PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION, Dallas,TX Courses include DB2 Database Administration, Data Resource Planning, Data Communications Overview, Project Management, etc. Also completed full IBM Marketing/SE Education. 08/84-12/85 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia, PA MS; Computer Science. Emphasis: Database and I/S. Recipient of Graduate Academic Fellowship. 08/80-05/84 SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY, Baton Rouge, LA BS; Computer Science. Emphasis: Business Applications. Summa Cum Laude Graduate.
  2. 2. TEACHING Foundations of Database Systems EXPERIENCE: Baylor University, Spring 2001 to Present This course teaches techniques for designing and implementing databases for business systems. Concepts covered include Entity-Relationship Diagramming, Logical Table Design, Physical Database Design, SQL programming, and access to databases from applications (including PL/SQL programming). In addition to assignments and exams, a comprehensive team project is assigned in order for students to demonstrate proficiency in the concepts taught. The class is currently taught using the Oracle 9i DBMS. Independent Study in Oracle Baylor University, Fall 2001 to Present I developed this self-directed course to provide graduate MSIS students with the opportunity to be exposed to more advanced database topics. While this course alone does not cover all topics necessary to receive a certification in database (due to its self-study nature), this course combined with the prerequisite Foundations course covers the vast majority of topics required for the first exam, and a significant percentage of topics for the second exam. Topics covered include creation of users, roles, tablespaces, views, and partitioned tables. Students are also exposed to the SQL optimizer, learning how to generate statistics for the optimizer, and then generate/influence the optimizer's access plan for a query. Students are also exposed to additional database tools such as a utility to bulk load data into databases, and a tool which allows DBAs to manage database objects using a graphical interface (as opposed to the command line interface students learned in the Foundations class). Finally, students are exposed to some system initialization parameters, and learn how to reset some of these parameters and why they may want to set them certain ways. The deliverable for this class is a completed project that is printed and demonstrated to me at the end of the semester. Systems Analysis and Design Baylor University, Fall 1999 to Spring 2001 This course teaches organizational, social, and technical issues in systems development, as well as methods of systems development commonly used in organizations. Concepts and techniques taught include Project Estimation and Planning, Data Gathering, Entity- Relationship Diagramming, Data Flow Diagramming, Function Point Analysis, etc. In addition to assignments and exams, a 3-phase team project is assigned in order for students to demonstrate proficiency in the concepts taught. Introduction to Management Information Systems Baylor University, Fall 1998 to Spring 1999, Summer 2004 to present This course is the second required Information Systems course for all business majors. It is intended to introduce students to: * Organizational Foundations of IS * Technical Foundations of IS * Building Information Systems * Management and Organizational Support Systems * Issues in Managing and Controlling IS Students complete individual and team assignments. Individual assignments expose students to analyzing Web sites, programming concepts, creating/executing database queries, working with business intelligence applications, and analyzing organizations for IS-related improvements. Team assignments include the analysis and development of a website, and the presentation of a case study.
  3. 3. Systems Analysis and Design USF, Spring and Summer Semesters, 1997 This course teaches organizational, social, and technical issues in systems development, as well as methods of systems development commonly used in organizations. Methods taught include Entity-Relationship Diagramming, DataFlow Diagramming, Structure Charts, Pseudocoding, Forms/Reports/Screen Design, Function Point Analysis, etc. In addition to problem assignments and exams, a 3-phase team project is assigned in order for students to demonstrate proficiency in the concepts taught. Introduction to Windows USF Continuing Ed., 2/96, 3/96 Developed and taught three sections of this course. Course designed to introduce students to Windows concepts and applications. Concepts taught include managing windows, file management, object linking and embedding, etc. Systems Analysis and Design USF, Guest Lecturer, 6/95 Developed and presented the case study to be used in this section. This course is required for MBAs. Also assisted project teams with questions regarding the case as well as general course material. Database Management USF, Guest Lecturer, 4/94 This course is required for MIS majors. Lectured on data analysis and database administration concepts, as well as careers in these areas.
  4. 4. WORK EXPERIENCE: 10/90-05/94 Manager, Order Processing/Registration Development IBM INFORMATION NETWORK, TAMPA, FL Responsible for business, technical, and personnel management of fourteen application programmers. Technical activities include review/approval of requirement sizings, designs, test plans, and installation plans for all department projects. Also responsible for driving technical strategy of Advantis internal order fulfillment applications. Applications were CICS/PLI/VSAM/DB2-based, and have customers located in the US, Japan, and Brazil. Business activities include prioritization of requirements, workflow management, budget management, quality measurements and tracking, and resolution of project issues. Personnel activities include development of salary plans, professional development plans, technical education plans, performance plans, and assessing employee performance. 08/88-09/90 Staff Programmer, Database Administration and Info Center IBM INFORMATION NETWORK, TAMPA, FL Responsible for defining data element requirements, developing database designs, and implementing DB2 tables/databases required to support IIN order entry and network configuration applications. Led major international project to design and develop new applications and databases to manage network resource names. Technical activities included coordinating and conducting Joint Application Design sessions, developing external and internal application and database designs, moderating all project code reviews, developing and coordinating unit and integration test plans, and developing installation procedures. Project management activities included devising and tracking high-level and detailed project plans, and coordinating all project activities for team of eight application developers. Regularly presented project status to management. 01/86-07/88 Account Systems Engineer IBM SOUTHWEST MARKETING DIVISION, PHOENIX, AZ Responsible for DB2 and AD/Cycle technical support to the American Express account. Activities included conducting systems assurances, planning and conducting product demos and customer briefings on product directions, first-level problem determination for DB2- related problems, and recommendations on AD/Cycle tools and process improvements to increase programmer productivity. 05/83 - 08/83 Computer Science Intern BELL LABORATORIES, HOLMDEL, NJ Responsible for FORTRAN programming and testing to support the Operations Management department. 05/82 - 08/82 Computer Science Intern IBM COMMUNICATIONS PRODUCTS DIVISION, AUSTIN, TX Responsible of conversion of existing code to VM EXEC scripts. Provided documentation of new code (no documentation of the old code existed).
  5. 5. PUBLICATIONS: Green, Gina. “Greta’s Gym: A Teaching Case for Term-Long Database Projects,” forthcoming, Journal of Information Systems Education, 2005. Green, Gina, Alan Hevner, and Rosann Collins. "The Impacts of Quality and Productivity Perceptions on the Use of SPIs," Information and Software Technology Journal, 47(8), pp 543-553, June 2005. Green, Gina, Alan Hevner, and Rosann Collins. “Developer-Driven Quality: Guidelines for Implementing Software Process Improvements,” forthcoming, Measuring Quality Requirements in Information Systems, E. Duggan and H. Reichgelt, Eds., Idea Group, Inc., 2005. Ilie, V., VanSlyke, C., Green, G., and Lou, H. "Gender differences in perceptions and use of communications technologies: a diffusion of innovations approach," Information Resources Management Journal, 18(3), July-September 2005, pp. 13-31. Green, G., Day, J., Lou, H., and VanSlyke, C. "How User Perceptions Impact Groupware Use,", Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, 2005. Green, Gina. "The Impact of Cognitive Complexity on Project Leadership Performance," Information and Software Technology Journal, 46(3), March 2004, pp 165-172. Green, Gina, Rosann Webb Collins, and Alan Hevner. "Perceived Control and the Diffusion of Software Process Innovations," Journal of High Technology Management Research 15(1), February 2004, pp. 123-144. Green, Gina and Alan Hevner. "The Successful Diffusion of Innovations: Guidance for Software Development Organizations," IEEE Software 17(6), November/December 2000, pp. 96-103. Green, Gina, Alan Hevner, and Rosann Webb Collins. "Perceived Control of Software Developers and Its Impact on the Successful Diffusion of IT," Software Engineering Institute Special Report CMU/SEI-98-SR-013, April 1999. Green, Gina. "The Impact of Cognitive Complexity on the Project Integration Effectiveness of Project Leaders," Association of Information Systems Conference Proceedings, August, 1997. Green, Gina and Alan Hevner. "The Impact of Formal Methods and User Involvement on Perceived Control in Information Systems Development: A Research Model," Proceedings of the Conference on Information Systems and Technology, May, 1997. Green, Gina and Rosann Webb Collins. "An Interactionist Perspective of Complexity in Computer-Supported Knowledge Work," Association of Information Systems Americas Conference Proceedings, August, 1995. RESEARCH IN Fox, Terry, Gina Green, and Tim Kayworth. “A Survey of Cultural and Personal Influences PROGRESS: on Project Management. Green, Gina and Rosann Collins. “The Impact of Cognitive Complexity and Mental Model Formulation on Performance in Computer-Supported Knowledge Work.” Carter, Pam and Gina Green. “Networks of Contextualized Data: A Framework for Cyberinfrastructure Governance.” Under Review.
  6. 6. ACADEMIC Technical Editor, DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems, 2002 to 2005. SERVICE: SACS Reaffirmation of Accreditation, University Leadership Team and Faculty Qualifications Subcommittee Chair, 2004 – present. University Faculty Athletic Council member (Equity sub-committee member), Fall 2001 to present. University Task Force on Student-Athlete Recruiting, Spring, 2004 University Provost Search Committee, Fall 2002. Thesis Committee Member, Department of Computer Science, Fall 2005. Hankamer School of Business Diversity Committee, 2002 to present. Hankamer School of Business Academic Reputation Committee, 1999-2001 Hankamer School of Business Working Paper Series administrator, 1999-2001 Planning Committee,KPMG PhD Project Conference on Information Systems, 2002, 2003 Session Moderator, KPMG PhD Project Conference, 2002, 2003 Invited Panelist, KPMG PhD Project Conference, "Strategies for New Professors", 1999 Invited Panelist, KPMG PhD Project Conference, “Balancing Tenure, Family, Career”, 2005. Invited Presentation, Software Engineering Institute, "The Impacts of Developer Involvement and IT Diffusion Environment on the Diffusion of Software Development Techniques, 1998 Invited Panelist, Software Engineering Institute's Interactive Roundtable Discussion on Software Process Improvement, 1999 Session Chair, Association for Information Systems Conference (AIS), 1997. Discussant, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), 2001. Reviewer, DATABASE Journal, 2004 Reviewer, Journal of Information Technology and People (JITP), 2003 Reviewer, Journal of Information and Software Technology (JIST), 2002, 2003, 2005 Reviewer, Journal of High Technology Management Research (JHTMR), 2002, 2003. Reviewer, Journal of Information Technology Management, (JITM) , 2001, 2004 Reviewer, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), 2001 and 1999. Reviewer, Journal of Strategic Information Systems (JSIS), 1999. Reviewer, Hawaiian International Conference on Computer Systems (HICCS),1997, 1998. Reviewer, Association for Information Systems Conference (AIS) 1997
  7. 7. Reviewer, Decision Sciences Institute Conference (DSI), 1997
  8. 8. COMMUNITY Waco Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., Recording Secretary SERVICE: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Lorena ISD Education Improvement Committee Robinson Church of Christ Program to Increase Minority Engineering Graduates Tampa Connection for Young Executives Hillsborough County Teach-In Black Data Processing Association SKILLS: Oracle, DB2, Access, SQL, VM/CMS, CICS, ISPF/SCLM, SAS, SPSS, Data Modeling (Visible Analyst, CoolBiz, Oracle Designer, Visio), PL/SQL, various programming languages. Professional: Project planning and estimation, project management, budget management, resource planning, technical presentations. HONORS and University Research Council Grant co-recipient (2004) AWARDS: BU Football Faculty Co-Captain of the Week (2004) Who’s Who in Business Higher Education (2003) KPMG Peat Marwick Doctoral Scholarship (1995-1998) American Association of University Women Career Development Grant (1997) McKnight Doctoral Fellowship (1994-1998) University of Pennsylvania Engineering Fellowship (1984-85) Hewlett-Packard Scholastic Achievement Award (1983) Alpha Chi and Phi Mu Alpha Honor Societies (1982-84) SU Dept. of Computer Science Academic Award (1980-84) Dean's List (1980-84) Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Scholastic Achievement Award (1980) National Merit Semi-Finalist (1980) PROFESSIONAL Association for Computing Machinery (incl. SIGMIS) AFFILIATIONS: Decision Sciences Institute KPMG IS Faculty Association Beta Gamma Sigma REFERENCES: Available on Request