- Effective use of IT
- The practical goal of this research is to help organizations measure how effectively their IT systems are being used and learn what they can do to improve the use of their systems by staff. The academic goal is to reach a deeper understanding of information systems through an understanding of their use.
- Theories and methods
- The goal of this research is to help improve the theories and methods used in the Information Systems field and thereby improve research practices.
- User requirements
- The practical goal of this research is to help organizations to elicit and document user requirements in such a way that the systems will ultimately meet users’ needs. The academic goal is to research a deeper understanding of information systems through an understanding of their development.
- Burton-Jones, Andrew, Recker, Jan, Indulska, Marta, Green, Peter and Weber, Ron (2017) Assessing representation theory with a framework for pursuing success and failure. MIS Quarterly, 41 4: .
- Burton-Jones, Andrew and Lee, Allen S. (2017) Thinking about measures and measurement in positivist research: a proposal for refocusing on fundamentals. Information Systems Research, . doi:10.1287/isre.2017.0704
- Burton-Jones, Andrew and Volkoff, Olga (2017) How can we develop contextualized theories of effective use? A demonstration in the context of community-care electronic health records. Information Systems Research, . doi:10.1287/isre.2017.0702
- Burton-Jones, Andrew, Bremhorst, Mark, Liu, Fang and Trieu, Van Hau (2017). IT use: notes from a journey from use to effective use. In Robert Galliers and Mari-Klara Stein (Ed.), The Routledge companion to management information systems (pp. x-x) Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315619361.ch11
- Burton-Jones, Andrew, Green, Peter, Parsons, Jeffrey and Siau, Keng (2017) Special issue on ontological analysis in conceptual modeling, part 1. Journal of Database Management, 28 1: vii-x.
- Teo, Thompson S. H., Burton-Jones, Andrew and Kankanhalli, Atreyi (2016) Guest editorial. Information and Management, 53 7: 833-834. doi:10.1016/j.im.2016.06.011
- Clarke, Roger, Burton-Jones, Andrew and Weber, Ron (2016) On the ontological quality and logical quality of conceptual-modeling grammars: the need for a dual perspective. Information Systems Research, 27 2: 365-382. doi:10.1287/isre.2016.0631
- Burton-Jones, Andrew, McLean, Ephraim R. and Monod, Emmanuel (2015) Theoretical perspectives in IS research: from variance and process to conceptual latitude and conceptual fit. European Journal of Information Systems, 24 6: 664-679. doi:10.1057/ejis.2014.31
- Bera, Palash, Burton-Jones, Andrew and Wand, Yair (2014) How semantics and pragmatics interact in understanding conceptual models. Information Systems Research, 25 2: 401-419. doi:10.1287/isre.2014.0515
- Tate, Mary, Sedera, Darshana, McLean, Ephraim and Burton-Jones, Andrew (2014) Information systems success research: the "Twenty Year Update?" panel report from PACIS, 2011. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 34 64: 1235-1246.
- Association for Information Systems
- Academy of Management
- Operations Research Society (INFORMS)
- Information Systems Audit and Control Association
- Best Associate Editor Award, Information Systems Research (ISR, INFORMS), 2012
- Technology Vision Award, Association for Information Systems (AIS), 2012
- Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Research Excellence Award (Junior Category), 2011
- Killam Teaching Prize, University of British Columbia, 2010 (university-wide award)
- Best Reviewer Award, Information Systems Research, 2007
- Best Reviewer Award, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 2007, 2011
- Best Paper Award, MIS Quarterly, 2007
- Best Publication Award, Association for Information Systems, 2007
- ACM SIGMIS Doctoral Dissertation Award, 2006 (also known as the ICIS Doctoral Dissertation Award)
- Best Research Paper Award, International Conference on Information Systems, Barcelona 2002
- Co-winner of the Thomas Brown and Son’s Memorial Thesis Prize for Best Honours Thesis, Department of Commerce, University of Queensland 1998
- Butterworths Books Prize, Department of Commerce, University of Queensland, 1997
- Shell Prize in Accounting, Department of Commerce, University of Queensland, 1997
|Understanding and Improving the Effective Use of Electronic Medical Records||UQ Development Fellowships||2017-2020||$356,855|
|Learning how to reconfigure the governance of multi-site electronic medical record projects to achieve planned and emergent benefits||UQ FirstLink Scheme||2016||$15,000|
|How to align a firm’s IT resources with its business needs attracts much attention in organisations, and hence in IS research||Australian Research Council, Discovery||2014-2016||$270,000|
|Clarifying Domain Semantics Through Improved Conceptual Modelling||Australian Research Council||2012-2019||$165,000|
|Effective Use of ICT: A Meta-Review of Four Disciplines||Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada||2010||$19,000|
|Research Laboratory for Information Systems Analysis, Design, and Use||Canadian Foundation for Innovation/Leader’s Opportunity Fund||2009-2012||$83,058|
|Adapting Information Systems Effectively: A Study of End User Actions||Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada||2009-2011||$71,721|
|Making Conceptual Models Clearer and More Understandable||Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada||2009||$15,000|
|Explaining and Measuring Effective System Usage: A Representation Theory Perspective||Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada||2006-2008||$44,630|
|A Theoretical Foundation for Defining and Representing Internal Controls||Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada||2006-2008||$42,000|