- Ph.D., information systems, University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business
- B.S., information systems, University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business
- B.S., international business, University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business
- open innovation
- digitally-enabled collaboration
Ph.D., information systems, University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business
B.S., information systems, University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business
B.S., international business, University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business
Likoebe Maruping is the director of the Ph.D. program at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business.
Maruping is a professor of Computer Information Systems (CIS) and a member of the Center for Digital Innovation in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business. He has served as the CIS department Ph.D. program coordinator as well as an advisor and mentor to numerous doctoral students in the college. He is currently a senior editor for MIS Quarterly and was previously an associate editor for Information Systems Research and MIS Quarterly as well as a senior editor for the Journal of the Association of Information Systems. He is the recipient of numerous editorial awards.
Maruping serves as a strategic leader working in consultation and cooperation with others to review and improve the overall structure, function, and performance of the Ph.D. program within Robinson. He will work to enhance recruiting efforts of high-quality Ph.D. students from all backgrounds and ensure an appropriate and innovative curriculum.
Maruping holds several degrees from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland: a bachelor of science in international business, a bachelor of science in information systems, and a doctoral degree in information systems. He previously taught at the University of Arkansas and the University of Louisville.
- Guo, F., Li, Y., Maruping, L. M., and Masli, A. 2023. "Complementarity between investment in information technology (IT) and IT human resources: Implications for different types of firm innovation," Information Systems Research. in press.
- Lin, Y-K., and Maruping, L. M. 2022. "Open source collaboration in digital entrepreneurship" Organization Science 33(1) 212-230.
- Baird, A., and Maruping, L. M. 2021. "The next generation of research on IS use: A theoretical framework of delegation to and from agentic IS artifacts" MIS Quarterly 45(1) 315-341.
- Maruping, L. M., and Matook, S. 2020. "The multiplex nature of the customer representative role in agile information systems development" MIS Quarterly 44(3) 1411-1437.
- Maruping, L. M., Daniel, S. L., and Cataldo, M. 2019. "Developer centrality and the impact of value congruence and incongruence on commitment and code contribution activity in open source software communities" MIS Quarterly 43(3) 951-976.
- Daniel, S. L., Maruping, L. M., Cataldo, M., and Herbsleb, J. 2018. "The impact of ideology misfit on open source software (OSS) communities and companies" MIS Quarterly 42(4) 1069-1096.
- Venkatesh, V. Rai, A., and Maruping, L. M. 2018. "Information systems projects and individual developer outcomes: Role of project managers and process control." Information Systems Research 29(1) 127-148.
- Windeler, J. B., Maruping, L. M., and Venkatesh, V. 2017. "Systems development risk factors: The role of empowering leadership in lowering developers’ stress" Information Systems Research 28(4) 775-796.
- Maruping, L. M., Venkatesh, V., Thatcher, S. M. B. and Patel, P. C. (2015). "Folding under pressure or rising to the occasion? Perceived time pressure and the moderating role of team temporal leadership." Academy of Management Journal. 58(5) 1313-1333.
- Maruping, L. M., and Magni, M. (2015). "Motivating employees to explore and use collaboration technology in team contexts." MIS Quarterly. 39(1) 1-16.