Articles published in refereed journals

Savoli, A. and H. Barki, “Effective Use of Patient-Centric Health Information Systems: the Influence of Patient Emotions,” Société de l’Information et Management, (forthcoming).

Cameron, A.F., J. Webster, H. Barki, and A. Ortiz de Guinea, “Four Common Multicommunicating Perceptions,” European Journal of Information Systems, 25, 5 (September 2016), 465-471.

Cheikh-Ammar, M. and H. Barki, “The Influence of Social Presence, Social Exchange and Feedback Features on SNS Continuous Use: The Facebook Context,” Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 28, 2 (April-June 2016), 33-52.

Sakka, O., H. Barki, and L. Côté, “Relationship between Interactive Use of Control Systems and Information System Project Performance: the Moderating Effects of Uncertainty and Equivocality,” International Journal of Project Management, 34 (April 2016), 508-522.

Barki, H., J. Robert, and A. Dulipovici, “Reconceptualizing Trust: A Non-Linear Boolean Model,” Information & Management, 52, 4 (June 2015), 483–495.

Spears, J.L., H. Barki, and R.B. Barton, “Theorizing the Concept and Role of Assurance in IS Security,” Information & Management, 50, 7 (November 2013), 598-605.

Sakka, O., H. Barki, and L. Côté, “Interactive and diagnostic uses of management control systems in information system projects: Antecedents and impacts on performance,” Information & Management, 50, 6 (September 2013), 265-274.

Shuraida, S. and H. Barki, “The Influence of Analyst Communication in IS Projects,” Journal of the AIS, 14, 9 (September 2013), 482-520.

Barki, H., “Managing Illusions of Control,” Journal of Information Technology, 26 (Dec. 2011), 280-281.

Spears, J.L. and H. Barki, “User Participation in IS Security Risk Management,” MIS Quarterly, 34, 3 (September 2010), 503-522.

Titah, R. and H. Barki, “Non-Linearities between Attitude and Subjective Norms in IT Acceptance: a Negative Synergy?” MIS Quarterly, 33, 4 (December 2009), 827-844.

Barki, H., G. Paré, and C. Sicotte, “Linking IT Implementation and Acceptance via the Construct of Psychological Ownership of Information Technology,” Journal of Information Technology, 23, 4 (December 2008), 269-280.

Barki, H., “Thar’s Gold in them thar Constructs,” Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, 39, 3 (August 2008), 9-20.

Aubert, B., H. Barki, M. Patry, and V. Roy, “A Multi-Level, Multi-Theory Perspective of Information Technology Implementation,” Information Systems Journal, 18, 1 (Jan. 2008), 45-72.

Barki, H., R. Titah, and C. Boffo, “Information System Use-Related Activity: An Expanded Behavioral Conceptualization of Information System Use,” Information Systems Research, 18, 2 (June 2007), 173-192.

Benbasat, I. and H. Barki, “Quo Vadis, TAM?” Journal of the AIS, 8, 4 (April 2007), 211-218.

Titah, R. and H. Barki, “e-Government Adoption and Acceptance: a Literature Review,” International Journal of Electronic Government Research, 2, 3 (July-September 2006), 23-57.

Dennis, A. R., A. Pinsonneault, K. McNamara Hilmer, H. Barki, B.R. Gallupe, M. Huber, and F. Bellavance, “Patterns in Electronic Brainstorming,” Int’l Journal of e-Collaboration, 1, 4 (Oct.-Dec. 2005), 38-57.

Barki, H., S. Oktamış, and A. Pinsonneault, “Dimensions of ERP Implementation and Their Impact on Project Outcomes,” Journal of Information Technology Management, 16, 1 (June 2005), 1-9.

Barki, H. and A. Pinsonneault, “A Model of Organizational Integration, Implementation Effort, and Performance,” Organization Science, 16, 2 (March-April 2005), 165-179.

Titah, R. and H. Barki, “92 municipalités du Québec collaborent à une étude de HEC Montréal,” Technologies de l’information, COMAQ Carrefour, (Summer 2012), p. 36.

Bourdeau, S. and H. Barki, “La gestion des projets en technologies de l’information : pas simplement une question d’outils,” La Presse, Montréal, (March 7, 2011).

Titah, R. and H. Barki, “E-Government Adoption and Acceptance: A Literature Review and Research Framework,” in E-Government Research: Policy and Management, D. F. Norris (Ed.), Advances in Electronic Government Research Series (Vol. 2), Hershey, PA, IGI Global, (2008), 42-97.

Benoit A. A., G. Babin, H. Barki, J.-G. Bernard, C. Bernier, A.-F. Cameron, M. Chokron, L. Dubé, O. Gerbé, P.-M. Léger, P. Mireault, G. Paré, M. Pozzebon, S. Rivard, J. Robert, V. Roy, J. Talbot, and M.-C. Trudel, “Les technologies de l’information et l’organisation : une histoire riche, un avenir prometteur,” Gestion, (2007), 32, 3, 110–119.

Dennis, A. R., A. Pinsonneault, K. McNamara Hilmer, H. Barki, B.R. Gallupe, M. Huber, and F. Bellavance, “Patterns in Electronic Brainstorming: The Effects of Synergy, Social Loafing, and Time on Group Idea Generation,” in Emerging e-Collaboration Concepts and Applications, Tools, and Applications, Ned Kock (Ed.), Hershey, PA, IGI Global, (2007), 193-214.

Barki, H., “EIS Implementation Research: An Assessment and Suggestions for the Future,” Enterprise Information Systems VII, Chen, C.S., Filipe, J., Seruca, I., and Cordeiro, J., (Eds.), Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands (2006), 3-10.

Titah, Ryad and Henri Barki (2012). “92 municipalités du Québec collaborent à une étude de HEC Montréal,” Technologies de l’information, COMAQ Carrefour, Summer 2012, p. 36.

Bourdeau, Simon and Henri Barki (2011). “La gestion des projets en technologies de l’information : pas simplement une question d’outils,” La Presse Newspaper, Montréal, Qc, March 7.

Titah, Ryad and Henri Barki (2008).”E-Government Adoption and Acceptance: A Literature Review and Research Framework,” in E-Government Research: Policy and Management, D.F. Norris (Ed.), Advances in Electronic Government Research series (Vol. 2), Hershey, PA, IGI Global, p. 42-97.

Aubert, B.A., G. Babin, H. Barki, J.G. Bernard, C. Bernier, A.-F. Cameron, M. Chokron, L. Dubé, O. Gerbé, P.-M. Léger, P. Mireault, G. Paré, M. Pozzebon, S. Rivard, J. Robert, V. Roy, J. Talbot, and M.-C. Trudel (2007). “Les technologies de l’information et l’organisation : une histoire riche, un avenir prometteur,” Gestion, vol. 32, no 3, p. 110–119.

Dennis, Alan, R., Alain Pinsonneault, Kelly McNamara Hilmer, Henri Barki, Brent R. Gallupe, Mark Huber, and François Bellavance (2007). “Patterns in Electronic Brainstorming: The Effects of Synergy, Social Loafing, and Time on Group Idea Generation,” in Emerging e-Collaboration Concepts and Applications, Tools, and Applications, N. Kock (Ed.), Hershey, PA, IGI Global, p. 193-214.

Barki, Henri (2006). “EIS Implementation Research: An Assessment and Suggestions for the Future,” in Enterprise Information Systems VII, C.S. Chen, J. Filipe, I. Seruca, and J. Cordeiro (Eds.), Springer, Dordrecht, Holland, p. 3-10.

Working papers (cahiers) of the Canada Research Chair in Information Technology Implementation and Management

To receive copies of these working papers, please send a request via e-mail to line.perrier@hec.ca.

Savoli, Azadeh and Henri Barki, “Impact of IT Functional Affordances on Outcomes of IT Use,” Cahier 12-01 (Nov. 2012), 18 pages.

Savoli, Azadeh and Henri Barki, “Functional Affordance Networks: A Social Network Analysis Approach for Linking Information Technology Properties to their Effects,” Cahier 11-06 (Oct. 2011), 32 pages.

Cameron, Ann-Frances, Henri Barki, and Charlène Plante, “Professional or faux pas? Effects of multicommunicating on the analyst-user relationship,” Cahier 11-04 (Aug. 2011), 20 pages.

Titah, Ryad and Henri Barki, “The Impact of E-government in Municipalities,” Cahier 11-03 (Aug. 2011), 51 pages.

Shuraida, Shadi and Henri Barki, “The Effects of Direct and Indirect Learning Mechanisms on Analysts’ Task Knowledge,” Cahier 11-02 (Feb. 2011), 28 pages.

Bourdeau, Simon, Henri Barki, and Renaud Legoux, “A Multilevel Model of IS Project Diversity and Performance: Team Member Satisfaction as a Missing Link,” Cahier 11-01 (Feb. 2011), 25 pages.

Bourdeau, Simon and Henri Barki, “A Conceptualization of Information System Project Management,” Cahier 10-03 (Dec. 2010), 121 pages.

Sakka, Ouafa, Henri Barki, and Louise Côté, “Interactive and diagnostic uses of management control systems in information system projects: Antecedents and impacts on performance,” Cahier 10-02 (Oct. 2010), 31 pages.

Savoli, Azadeh and Henri Barki, “An Affordance Approach to Conceptualizing the IT Artifact,” Cahier 10-01 (Sept. 2010), 23 pages.

Sakka, Ouafa, Henri Barki, and Louise Côté, “The Impact of Uncertainty and Equivocality on Management Control and Performance: The Case of Information Systems Development Projects,” Cahier 09-04 (Sept. 2009), 54 pages.

El Khatib, Rima and Henri Barki, “The Influence of Habit on Different Behavior Types: Implications for IS Research,” Cahier 09-03 (March 2009), 23 pages.

Savoli, Azadeh and Henri Barki, “Continued Usage of Information Systems in the Workplace: the Role of Desire,” Cahier 09-02 (March 2009), 18 pages.

Grange, Camille and Henri Barki, “A Design-oriented Approach to Conceptualizing Usability and its Application to Intranet Websites,” Cahier 09-01 (Jan. 2009), 57 pages.

Shuraida, Shadi and Henri Barki, “Information System Analysts’ Understanding of Users’ Work: A Learning Perspective,” Cahier 08-05 (December 2008), 27 pages.

Barki, Henri and Shadi Shuraida, “A Map of IS Research and Assessment of Relevance,” Cahier 08-04 (Nov. 2008), 22 pages.

Spears, Janine L., Russell B. Barton, and Henri Barki, “Gaining Organizational Legitimacy and Capability in IS Security during the Early Years of Regulatory Compliance: The Effects of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act,” Cahier 08-02 (July 2008), 38 pages.

Spears, Janine L. and Henri Barki, “User Participation in IS Security,” Cahier 08-01 (April 2008), 37 pages.

Barki, Henri, “Thar’s Gold in them thar Constructs,” Cahier 07-02 (Aug. 2007), 15 pages.

Shuraida, Shadi and Henri Barki, “A Framework and Map of IS Research: Time to Move On?” Cahier 07-01 (Feb. 2007), 17 pages.

Titah, Ryad and Henri Barki, “Non-linear Effects of Attitude and Subjective Norms on System Use: A Theory of Complementarities Analysis,” Cahier 06-04 (Nov. 2006), 38 pages.

Barki, Henri, Guy Paré, and Claude Sicotte, “Technology Acceptance in an Instrumental Context: The Influence of Psychological Ownership and Cognitive Absorption,” Cahier 06-01 (April 2006), 28 pages. Working paper co-written with the Canada Research Chair in the Healthcare Sector.

Ben Boubaker, Karim and Henri Barki, “A Decomposed Model of IT Artifact-related Beliefs as Antecedents of IT Acceptance and Use,” Cahier 06-03 (March 2006), 14 pages.

Barki, Henri, “Information Systems Implementation Research: An Assessment and Some Suggestions for the Future,” Cahier 06-02 (March 2006), 15 pages.

Sakka, Ouafa and Henri Barki, “Distinction entre l’incertitude et l’équivocalité dans les projets de développement de systèmes d’information,” Cahier 06-01 (Feb. 2006), 20 pages.

Benbasat, Izak and Henri Barki, “Quo Vadis TAM,” Cahier 05-04 (Nov. 2005), 14 pages.

Titah, Ryad and Henri Barki, “e-Government Adoption and Acceptance: A Literature Review,” Cahier 05-03 (Oct. 2005), 28 pages.

Barki, Henri, Ryad Titah, and Céline Boffo, “An Expanded Behavioral Conceptualization of Information System Use,” Cahier 05-02 (Sept. 2005), 49 pages.

Ben Boubaker, Karim and Henri Barki, “La crise identitaire du champ des SI : une tentative de délimitation des frontières,” Cahier 05-01 (Feb. 2005), 18 pages.

Refereed conference proceedings

Moshki, H. and H. Barki, “Coping with Information Privacy Breaches: An Exploratory Framework,” Research in Progress Poster Session, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2016), Dublin, Ireland, (December 2016).

Savoli, A. and H. Barki, “A Multi-level Perspective on IT Affordances,” 24th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2016), Istanbul, Turkey, (June 2016).

Moshki, H. and H. Barki, “An Exploratory Study on Behavioral and Emotional Coping with IT-Enabled Government Surveillance,” Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-49), Internet and The Digital Economy Track, Innovative Behavioral IS Security and Privacy Research Mini Track, Kauai, Hawaii, (January 2016), 3636-3645.

Bourdeau, S and H. Barki, “Project Teams’ Modus Operandi: A Profile Construct Development,” XXI Organization Science Winter Conference – Projects and Organizations, Park City, Utah, (February 2015).

Moshki, H. and H. Barki, “Individuals’ IT-related Privacy Concerns: a Two-phase Cognitive Model,” Research in Progress, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2014), Auckland, New Zealand, (December 2014).

Cheikh-Ammar, M. and H. Barki, “IT Desirability as a Means to Exploring IS Post-Acceptance Usage of Everyday Technologies: Conceptualization and Comparative Assessment,” DIGIT 2014 Workshop Poster Presentation, Int’l Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2014), Auckland, New Zealand, (December 2014).

Cheikh-Ammar, M. and H. Barki, “Like is More than Just a Thumbs up: The Role of Feedback and Sociability in SNS Usage,” 20th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2014), Savannah, Georgia, (August 2014).

Cheikh-Ammar, M. and H. Barki, “When Technology Meets Human Desires,” Research in Progress, Int’l Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2013), Milan, Italy, (December 2013).

Coulon, T., H. Barki, and G. Paré, “Conceptualizing Unexpected Events in IT Projects,” Research in Progress, Int’l Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2013), Milan, Italy, (December 2013).

Savoli, A. and H. Barki, “Functional Affordance Archetypes: a New Perspective for Examining the Impact of IT Use on Desirable Outcomes,” Research in Progress, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2013), Milan, Italy, (December 2013).

Bourdeau, S. and H. Barki, “Toward a Typological Theory of Information System Project Team Management,” 8th International Research Workshop on IT Project Management (Pre-ICIS Conference), Bocconi University, Milan, Italy, (December 2013).

Bourdeau, S. and H. Barki, “A Typology of IS Project Team Management Styles,” Administrative Sciences Assoc. of Canada (ASAC) Conference – Information Systems Division, Calgary, Alberta, (June 2013), 34, 4.

Ouafa, S., H. Barki, and L. Côté, “L’incertitude reliée à la tâche et les systèmes de contrôle formels : une revue critique de la littérature,” 34th Association Francophone de Comptabilité (AFC) Conference, Montréal, Québec, (May-June 2013).

Cheikh-Ammar, M. and H. Barki, “Technology Desirability,” Research in Progress, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2012), Orlando, Florida, (December 2012).

El Khatib, R. and H. Barki, “The relationship between habit and intention in post-adoptive IS acceptance,” 18th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2012), Adoption and Diffusion of IT Track, Seattle, Washington, (August 2012).

Ben-Boubaker, K. and H. Barki, “Antecedents and Consequences of Users’ Trust in Peer-Based Recommendation Agents,” Eighth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society, UCLA, California, (January 2012).

Pinsonneault, A. and H. Barki, “Conceptualizing the IT Artifact via the Construct of Organizational Integration,” Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-45), Organizational Systems and Technology Track, Theoretical Approaches to IS Research Mini Track, Maui, Hawaii, (January 2012).

Cameron, A.F., H. Barki, and C. Plante, “Professional or faux pas? Effects of multicommunicating on the analyst-user relationship,” Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-45), Organizational Systems and Technology Track, Organizational and Social Dynamics in Information Technology Mini Track, Maui, Hawaii, (January 2012).

Shuraida, S. and H. Barki, “The Effects of Direct and Indirect Learning Mechanisms on Analysts’ Task Knowledge,” Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) Conference – Information Systems Division, Montréal, Québec, (July 2011), 32, 4.

Bourdeau, S., H. Barki, and R. Legoux, “A Multilevel Model of IS Project Diversity and Performance: Team Member Satisfaction as a Missing Link,” Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) Conference – Information Systems Division, Montréal, Québec, (July 2011), 32, 4.

El Khatib, R. and H. Barki, “The Influence of Habit on Different Behavior Types: Implications for IS Research,” Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) Conference – Information Systems Division, Niagara Falls, Ontario, (June 2009), 30, 4.

Shuraida, S. and H. Barki, “A Framework and Map of IS Research: Time to Move On?” Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) Conference – Information Systems Division, Ottawa, Ontario, (June 2007), 28, 4, 145-60.

Ouafa, S., H. Barki, and L. Côté, “L’incertitude et l’équivocalité dans les projets d’implantation des systèmes d’information,” Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) Conference – Information Systems Division, Ottawa, Ontario, (June 2007), 28, 4, 62-78.

Ben Boubaker, K. and H. Barki, “A Decomposed Model of IT Artifact-related Beliefs as Antecedents of IT Acceptance and Use,” Twelfth Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2006), Acapulco, Mexico, (August 2006), 1151-1159.

Grange, C. and H. Barki, “Développement d’un outil de mesure de l’utilisabilité des intranets, ” 18th Francophone Conference on Man-Machine Interaction (IHM 2006), Montréal, Québec, (April 2006), 149-152.

Titah, R. and H. Barki, “Towards a Theoretical Framework of e-Government Adoption and Acceptance,” 6th International Conference on e-Government (ICEG 2005), Ottawa, Ontario, (October 2005), 425-439.

Ben Boubaker, K. and H. Barki, “La crise identitaire du champ des systèmes d’information : une tentative de délimitation des frontières,” Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) Conference – Information Systems Division, Toronto, Ontario, (May 2005), 26, 4, 1-15.

Presentations – Seminars, conferences and colloquiums

“E-Government Impacts: A Public Value Perspective”, Pre-ICIS SIGeGov Workshop, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2016), Dublin, Ireland, (December 11, 2016), with Donald MacLean and Ryad Titah.

“The Construct of Attitude and the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology,” J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, (September 30, 2016).

“The Construct of Attitude and the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology,” MIS Distinguished Speaker, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, (April 22, 2016).

“The Construct of Attitude and the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology,” MIS Seminar, Smith School of Business, Queen’s Univ., Kingston, Ont., (November 19, 2015).

“The Construct of Attitude and the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology,” Déjeuner du GReSI, HEC Montréal, (November 13, 2015), with Ryad Titah.

“Conceptualizing Unexpected Events in IT Projects,” Poster Session, Research in Progress, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2013), Milan, Italy, (December 16, 2013).

“A Multi-method Exploration of the Effects of Multicommunicating during One-on-one and Group Meetings,” Déjeuner du GReSI, HEC Montréal, (May 10, 2013) with A.-F. Cameron.

“Some Reflections on How to Publish Your Research,” Panel on “The Art of Publishing”, 5th Doctoral Symposium, Joint PhD Program, HEC Montréal, (March 12, 2013).

“L’implantation des technologies de l’information (TI) dans les organisations: un défi de gestion et l’évolution d’un thème de recherche,” Midis de la recherche, HEC Montréal, (February 20, 2013).

“Multicommunicating and Attributions: Effects on the Analyst-User Relationship,” Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012, Gmunden, Austria, (June 4-6, 2012), with Ann-Frances Cameron.

“Professional or Faux Pas? Multicommunicating and the IS Analyst-User Relationship,” Atelier stratégique, HEC Montréal, (June 1, 2012), with Ann-Frances Cameron.

“The impact of IT functional affordances on intended outcomes of IT use,” HEC Montréal – Queen’s University Conference, HEC Montréal, (May 4, 2012), with Azadeh Savoli.

“Determinants of Initial Trust: A Game Theory Model and a Multi-Method Study,” Atelier stratégique, HEC Montréal, (April 18, 2012), with Jacques Robert.

“Explaining the Business Value of IT with Organizational Integration,” HEC Montréal, (November 5, 2010).

“There’s gold in them thar constructs,” Distinguished Speaker, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) Conference – Information Systems Division, Ottawa, Ont., (June 3, 2007).

“Information technology implementation research: an assessment and directions for the future,” Keynote Lecture, Int’l Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS 2005), Miami, FL, (May 27, 2005).

Paper of Merit “Emotional Consequences of Patient-Centric Health Information Systems,” Conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC), Halifax, Nova Scotia, (June 2015), with Azadeh Savoli.

Runner-up paper for Best Research in Progress, “Functional Affordance Archetypes: A New Perspective for Examining the Impact of IT Use on Individual Outcomes,” International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Milan, Italy, (December 2013), with Azadeh Savoli.

Nomination for Best Research in Progress, “Technology Desirability,” International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Orlando, Florida (December 2012), with Mustapha Cheikh-Ammar.

Nomination for Best Paper, “Conceptualizing the IT Artifact via the Construct of Organizational Integration,” Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Maui, Hawaii, (January 2012), with Alain Pinsonneault.

Fellow, The Royal Society of Canada (Academy I), since 2003.

Pierre-Laurin Research Award, HEC Montréal, 1994.

Best Paper Award for paper entitled “User Participation and Conflict in System Development,” Conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC), Lake Louise, Alberta, (June 1993), with Jon Hartwick.

Gaëtan-Morin Research Award, HEC Montréal, 1992.

Pierre-Laurin Research Award, HEC Montréal, with Suzanne Rivard and Jean Talbot, 1989.

Best Paper Award for paper entitled “Measuring Decision Support System Success,” Conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC), Guelph, Ont., (June 1984), with S.L. Huff.

Best Paper Award for paper entitled “Implementing DSS: A Research Framework,” Conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC), Vancouver, B.C., (June 1983), with S.L. Huff.

Participant to the “Doctoral Student Consortium,” International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Ann Arbor, Michigan, (December 1982).

Special Scholarship from the University of Western Ontario (1980-1983).

Scholarship from Shell Canada (1980-1983).

“Plan for Excellence” Scholarship from the School of Business Administration, University of Western Ontario (1980-1983).

“Tuition Fees” Scholarship from the University of Western Ontario (1980-1983).