Adrian Yeow

Dr Adrian Yeow

Senior Lecturer, Accountancy Programme

School of Business

Tel: +65 6248 0221

Email: YWRyaWFueWVvd3lrQHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn

Educational Qualifications

  • 2008

    PhD (Information Systems), University of Maryland, College Park, USA

  • 1997

    B. Communication Studies (1st Class Honors), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Academic and Professional Experience

  • 2008 - 2014

    Assistant Professor, Nanyang Technological University

  • 2003 - 2008

    Senior Tutor, Nanyang Technological University

  • 2001 - 2002

    Manager, Product Development, Keppel Communications Pte Ltd

  • 1999 - 2001

    Senior Product Executive, Keppel Communications Pte Ltd

  • 1997 - 1999

    Product Executive, Singapore Telecommunications Ltd

Journal Papers:

Yeow, A., Sia, S.K., Soh, C. & Chua, C. (2018)
“Collaborating for Enterprise Integration: A Boundary Organization Perspective” Information Systems Research 29(1) pp. 149-168.

Yeow, A., Soh, C., Hansen, R (2018)
“Aligning with new digital strategy: A dynamic capabilities approach” Journal of Strategic Information Systems 27(1) pp. 43-58.

Rindova, V., Martins, L., & Yeow, A. (2016)
“The Hare and the Fast Tortoise: Dynamic Resource Reconfiguration and the Pursuit of New Growth Opportunities by Yahoo and Google (1995-2007)” in Timothy B. Folta , Constance E. Helfat , Samina Karim (ed.) Resource Redeployment and Corporate Strategy (Advances in Strategic Management, Volume 35) Emerald Group Publishing Limited Vol. 35, pp. 253-284.

Yeow, A. & Goh, K.H. (2015)
“Working Harder or Working Smarter?: Information Technology and Resource Reassignment in Health-care Processes” MIS Quarterly 39(4), pp. 763-785. (Best Paper Award for SIG Health 2016)

Rindova, V., Yeow, A., Martins, L. & Faraj, S. (2012).
How new firms use partner portfolios to pursue growth: Lessons from Yahoo and Google (1995-2008). Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal (Special Issue on Technology Entrepreneurship) 6(2), pp. 133-151

Lim, W.K., Sia, S. K., & Yeow, A. (2011).
Managing risks in a failing IT project: A social constructionist view. Journal of the Association for Information Systems 12(6), pp. 275-400

Yeow, A. & Faraj, S. (2011),
Using Narrative Networks to study Enterprise Systems and organizational change. International Journal for Accounting Information Systems12(2): 116-125

Chua, C. & Yeow, A. (2010),
Artifacts, Actors and Interactions In The Cross-Project Coordination Practices of Open-Source Communities. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. 11(12), pp. 838-867

Yeow, A. & Sia, S.K. (2008),
Negotiating best practices in package software implementation. Information & Organization, 18 (1), pp. 1-28

Selected Conference Papers:

Yeow, A., Soh, C., Low, J., Tan, L., Chia, J., Toh, HJ, and Agarwal, N. (2018)
“How to implement a technologyenabled integrated care network: GeriCare@North’s Case Study” Global Conference on Integrated Care 2018, Agency of Integrated Care.

Yeow, A. and Lim, W.K. (2017)
“Resisting Technology-Enabled Change Within Healthcare Organization” 77th Academy of Management Meeting, Atlanta, GA, USA

Agarwal, N., Soh, C., and Yeow, A., (2016)
“Value Co-creation in Integrated Care Ecosystems: A Member Perspective” 36th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Dublin, Ireland. (joint work with Goh, K.H.)

Rindova,V., Martins, L.,&Yeow,A.(2015)
“TheHare and theFastTortoise:DynamicResourceReconfiguration and the Pursuit of New Growth Opportunities by Yahoo and Google (1995-2007)” 2015 Special Conference on Corporate Strategy and Resource Redeployability, Nov. 1-3, Strasbourg, France.

Agarwal, N, Soh, C., and Yeow, A. (2015)
“Developing IT-enabled Integrated Care: A Network Organization Perspective,” 74th Academy of Management Meeting, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Yeow, A. and Faraj, S. (2014)
“Technology and Sociomaterial Performation”, B. Doolin et al. (Eds): IS&O 2014, IFIP AICT 446, pp. 48-65 (Auckland, NZ)

Yeow, A. (2013).
“Emergence of hybrid practices in a complex institutional environment” 72nd Academy of Management Meeting, Orlando, FL, USA.

Yeow, A., and Goh, K.H. (2012).
“Healthcare processes and IT: Exploring Productivity Gains through Improved Allocative Efficiency” Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Orlando, FL, USA.

Yeow, A., and Chua, C. (2012).
“Managing the RFP Process from a Discursive Perspective” 71st Academy of Management Meeting, Boston, MA, USA.

Yeow, A., Soh, C. and Koh, C. (2010).
“Work context and its implication for coordination practices: A study of work in complex projects” Proceedings of the 70th Academy of Management Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Yeow, A. and Faraj, S. (2010).
“The Tension between Global and Local practices in an Implementation of Electronic Medical Record System” EGOS (European Group for Organizational Studies) June 28-Jul 3, 2010, Lisbon, Portugal

Lim, W.K., Sia, S.K., and Yeow, A. (2009).
“Managing risk in a failing IT project” Proceedings of the 69th Academy of Management Meeting, Chicago, IL

Yeow, A. and Faraj, S. (2008).
“Marrying Work and the Technical Artifact within the Healthcare organization: A Narrative Network Perspective on IT Innovation-Mediated Organizational Change” Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Paris, France. (Nominee for Best Paper Award)

Yeow, A. and Faraj, S. (2008)
“The search for “search”: Understanding technological and strategic contests”, Proceedings of the 68th Academy of Management Meeting, Anaheim, CA, August. (joint work with Rindova, V.)

Faraj, S. and Yeow, A. (2007)
“Lifting the hood of the technological evolution process for web technologies” Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Montreal, QC. pp. GT-1-18.

Yeow, A. (2007)
Entrepreneurial Actions and the Market Process: A Multi-Stage Communication Perspective, Proceedings of the 67th Academy of Management Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Yeow, A., Soh, C. (2006)
A theoretical framework for knowledge transfer across complex IT project teams, JAIS Theory Development Workshop 2006, US.

Yeow, A., Johnson, S. and Faraj, S. (2006).
“Lurking: Legitimate or Illegitimate Peripheral Participation?” Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), (acceptance ratio: 18%), Milwaukee, WI.

Yeow, A. and Faraj, S. (2006)
“Beyond Path Creation: Lessons From The Evolution Of Internet Technologies”, Proceedings of 66th Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings, Atlanta, GA, pp. OCIS J1-J6

Faraj, S., Gosain, S., and Yeow, A. (2005).
“Survival And Performance In The Internet Industry: Examining Network Characteristics Of High Performing Internet Firms?” Proceedings of the 10th INFORMS Conference on Information Systems and Technology (CIST), San Francisco, CA.

Sia, S.K., Yeow, A. (2005)
Fitting Square Peg into Round Hole: Embracing Best Practices in Vanilla Package Implementation. Proceedings of the 65th Academy of Management Meeting, Hawaii.

Case Studies:

Soh, C., Agarwal, N., & Yeow, A. (2017)
GeriCare@North: Building and Sustaining a Tele-Geriatrics Ecosystem Asian Business Case Centre, NTU (ABCC-2017-006)

Yeow, A., Lee, D., Tan, R., & Chia, M. (2017)
Fintech, Financial Inclusion and Micro Finance Institutions: A Case Study, in David Lee & Robert Deng (ed.) Handbook of Blockchain, Digital Finance and Financial Inclusion (Vol. 2) Elsevier Publishing Chapter 17 pp. 431-449. (September)

Soh, C., Koh, C., & Yeow, A. 2010,
MINDEF HR Transformation: Implementation to Go-Live.

Sia Siew Kien, Yeow Yong Kwang, Adrian, Soh Wai Lin, Christina, 2004,
Buying Made Simple: Evolving the New Financial Paradigm through the e-Procurement System in MINDEF.

  • Association for Information Systems (2004 - Current)
  • Academy of Management (2004 - Current)
  • Associate Editor for OCIS track in Academy of Management Meeting
    • Atlanta 2017
    • Anaheim 2016
    • Vancouver 2015
    • Philadelphia 2014
    • Orlando 2013
    • Boston 2012
    • San Antonio 2011
  • Co-Track Chair of IT and Healthcare for ICIS (Seoul, 2017)
  • Associate Editor for International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)
    • General Topics (San Francisco, USA 2018)
    • Healthcare track (Dublin, Ireland 2016)
    • Societal impacts of IS (Auckland, NZ 2014)
    • Organization and IS track (Milan, Italy 2013)
    • Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence track (Orlando, FL, USA 2012)
    • Learning and Pedagogy track (Shanghai, China 2011)
  • Track Chair/Program Committee Member in Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS)
    • Ethics and Information Systems (Chiayi, Taiwan 2016)
    • IT Project Management and Outsourcing (Singapore, 2015)
    • Healthcare IT (Jaewoo Island, Korea, 2013)
    • Social and Organizational Aspects of IS (Ho Chi Minh City, 2012)
  • Area Editor for Systems and Clinical Informatics, Health Systems (2018 – Current)
  • Impact of electronic medical record systems on health care processes
  • Telegeriatrics system and geriatric care in nursing homes
  • Dynamic capability development in e-businesses
  • Managing complex IT-related change projects
  • IT artifacts role in innovation and organizing
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