Atieno A. Amadi-Ndede

Faculty: Arts and Science
School: Arts and Science
Department: Business Studies
Current Designation: Vice-Chancellor/Professor
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Office Telephone: +254 713 081 590
Consultation Hours: 8 a.m -5 p.m Mon – Fri

Qualification Area of Specialization Institution Year
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Information Systems (IS) University of Texas at Arlington, USA 2001
Master of Science (MSc.) Information Systems (IS) University of Texas at Arlington, USA 1995
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Finance University of Texas at Arlington, USA 1983
Period Position Institution
2016 – Present Vice Chancellor Great Lakes University of Kisumu
2011-Present Visiting Associate Professor of Information Technology / Adjunct Faculty Tarrant Country Community College, Fort Worth, Texas
2006-2009 Visiting Associate Professor of Management Information Systems African Nazarene University, Nairobi, Kenya
2003-2006 Visiting Associate Professor of Information Technology Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology
1999-2003 Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio
1998-1999 Visiting Assistant Professor of Information Systems Savannah State University, Savannah, Georgia
1995-1998 Lecturer University of Texas at Arlington
1993-1995 Lecturer Paul Quinn College, Dallas, Texas
Title Area
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– Ken Snead, Jr., Simha R. Magal, Linda F. Christensen, Atieno. A. Ndede-Amadi.  Attributin Theory: A Theoretical Framework for Understanding Information System Success.  Systemic Practice and Action Research Journal: Volume 28, Issue 3 (2015), Page 273-288 | DOI 10.100/s11213-014-9328-x.


– Atieno A. Ndede-Amadi.  Information Systems Education in Kenya: Students’ specialization choice trends (a case study of Kenya Polytechnic University College).  International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 2013, Vol. 9, pp. 137-161.


– Lynette Kvasny, Fay Cobb Payton, Victor W. Mbarika, Atieno Amadi, and Peter Meso.  Gendered Perspectives on the Digital Divide, IT Education, and Workforce Participation in Kenya.  IEEE Transactions on Education, Vol. 51, No. e, May 2008.


– V. Mbarika, F. Payton, L. Kvasny, and A. Amadi.  IT Education and Workforce Participation: A New Era for Women in Kenya.  The Information Society, 23: 1-18, 2007.


– Ken C. Snead Jr., Wayne A. Johnson,, and Atieno A. Ndede-Amadi. Expectancy Theory as the Basis for Activity-Based Costing (ABC) Systems Implementation by Managers, Advances in Management Accounting, Volume 14, 253-275 (June 2005).


– Ndede-Amadi, Atieno A. What Strategic Alignment, Process Redesign, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and e-Commerce have in Common: Enterprise-Wide Computing. Business Process Management Journal (BPMJ), Volume 8, Number 4, April 2004.


-Snead, Kenneth C. Jr. and Ndede-Amadi, Atieno A. Attributional Bias as a Source of Conflict Between Users and Analysts in an Information Systems Development Context, Systemic Practice and Action Research (SPAR) journal, Volume 15, Number 5, October 2002


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