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John F. Tripp

Assistant Professor


Office: 409-E Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business
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Email: JFTRIPP@clemson.edu
Vita: http://bit.ly/TrippVita6-2021

 


 Educational Background

  • Ph.D. Information Technology Management
    Michigan State University 2012
  • MBA Integrative Management
    Michigan State University 2005
  • Master of Music Vocal Performance
    Rice University 1993
  • Bachelor of Music Vocal Performance
    Cleveland Institute of Music 1991

Courses Taught

  • Introduction to Business Analytics (MBA 8180)
  • Data Analytics and Visualization (MBA 8990)
  • Analytics and Applications (MBA 8990)
  • Information Systems(MBA 8610)
  • Analytics Bootcamp (Master of Science in Data Analytics Program)
  • Analytics and Applications (Master of Science in Data Analytics Program)

Research Interests

  • I am interested in the impacts of information technology on human behavior at the individual, group, organization, and societal levels. I have focused most recently on studying trust and privacy in online social networks, the impacts of online platforms on two-sided markets on illicit markets, and the impact of information technology on individual and group emotion. I also have studied Agile Software Development extensively, and its impact on the IT workforce.

Research Publications

  • Chipidza, Wallace, John Tripp. Symbolic Capital and the Basket of 8: What Changed After the Creation of the Basket? Decision Support Systems, Forthcoming.
  • Chipidza, Wallace, John Tripp, Taehoon Kim, Elmira Akbar. (2021) Gender and Racial Homophily in Email Networks and the Moderating Role of Business Unit on Network Structure: Evidence from a Large Financial Services Company. Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • N. K. Lankton, D. H. McKnight and J. F. Tripp, "Understanding the Antecedents and Outcomes of Facebook Privacy Behaviors: An Integrated Model," in IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, vol. 67, no. 3, pp. 697-711, Aug. 2020, doi: 10.1109/TEM.2019.2893541.
  • Chipidza, W. and Tripp, J. (2018) "The Social Structure of the Information Systems Collaboration Network: Centers of Influence and Antecedents of Tie Formation, “Communications of the Association for Information Systems: Vol. 42, Article 16.
  • Lankton, N., McKnight, D.H., and Tripp, J. "Facebook privacy management strategies: A cluster analysis of user privacy behaviors." Computers in Human Behavior 76 (2017): 149-163.
  • Tripp, J., and Armstrong, D. "Agile Methodologies: Organizational Adoption Motives, Tailoring, and Performance." Journal of Computer Information Systems (2016): 1-10.
  • Tripp, J., Riemenschneider, C., Thatcher, J., “Job Satisfaction in Agile Development Teams: Agile Development as Work Redesign” The Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Volume 17, Issue 4, p 267, September 2016
  • Lankton, N., McKnight, H., Tripp, J. “Technology, humanness, and trust: Rethinking trust in technology." Journal of the Association for Information Systems 16.10 (2015): 880., October 2015
  • Wimble, M., Tripp, J., Pentland, B. "Want Pudding? An Analytic Model of the Benefits and Constraints of Process Standardization in Services” Journal of Management Systems, Volume 25, No. 1, 2015
  • Wimble, M., Tripp, J., Phillips, B., Milic, N., “On search cost and the long tail: The Moderating Role of Search Costs on Long Tail Effects”, Information Systems and e-Business Management, published online, October 7, 2015, DOI 10.1007/s10257-015-0293-4
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