John Tripp is Assistant Professor of MIS at Baylor University. Before coming to Baylor, John worked for more than 17 years in industry as a software developer, project manager, and IT Director. He successfully implemented systems that served users on four continents, many of which continue to serve their user base years after implementation.
Dr. Tripp completed his PhD at Michigan State University in 2012, completing his dissertation on the impacts of agile development methodology on project success. His research has appeared in the proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, the Americas Conference on Information Systems, and the Midwest Association of Information Systems Conference. His research is currently under review at MIS Quarterly, The Journal of the AIS, and Information Systems Journal, amongst others.
John has served as a reviewer for ICIS, ECIS, AMCIS, ACIS, HICSS, and the Scandinavian Journal of IS. He served as Review Coordinator for ICIS 2012.
"Degrees of Humanness in Technology: What type of trust matters?,"
, Detroit, MI, August 2011 (coauthors: Nancy Lankton, Harrison McKnight).