Dr. Kourosh Dadgar is an Associate Professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics at the University of San Francisco. Emerging with a deep understanding of Industrial Design, he received his MA from The Ohio State University with a focus on applied software engineering. He received his Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration (Information Systems) from Washington State University. His research interests focus on ICT-enabled self-management, value-sensitive design, design science research, health IT, social media, and text analytics.
He has published papers in prestigious journals of JAIS (Journal of Association for Information Systems), IJIM (International Journal of Information Management), JBE (Journal of Business Ethics) and presented at the flagship IS conferences of ICIS (International Conference on Information Systems) and HICSS (The Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences). He holds a health IT minitrack at the HICSS conference. His main research areas are ICT- enabled self- management, data mining, and value- sensitive healthcare systems and technologies.
He contributed the chapter “New Self- Managing Work Systems” in Digital Project Practice for Industry 4.0 (2023)
And he contributed the chapter “Knowledge Creation by Practitioners and Designers” in Digital Project Practice: Managing Innovation and Change (2020)