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Lorne Olfman

Faculty, MA Art Business + Information Systems & Technology, Los Angeles

Lorne Olfman is a professor and director in the Center for Information Systems & Technology (CISAT) at Claremont Graduate University. Olfman’s research interests include how software can be learned and used in organizations, the impact of computer-based systems on knowledge management, and the design and adoption of systems used for group work.

Lorne Olfman
  • Selected Publications

    Selected Publications

    Co-authored with Xinwei Yuan and Jingbing Yi. “How do institution-based trust and interpersonal trust affect interdepartmental knowledge sharing.” Information Resources Management Journal 29, no. 1 (2016): 15–38.

    Co-authored with Inwon Kang, et al. “An evolutionary perspective of opportunism in high-technology alliance: The evidence from South Korean companies.” Asia Pacific Business Review 22, no. 2 (2016): 238–61.

    Co-authored with Nimer Alrushiedat. “Anchoring for Self-Efficacy and Success: An anchored Asynchronous Online Discussion Case.” Journal of Information Systems Education 25, no. 2 (2014): 107–16.

    Co-authored with Rosemary Kim, et al. “Leveraging a personalized system to improve self-directed learning in online educational environments.” Computers & Education 70 (2014): 150–60.

    Co-authored with Ozgur Turetken. “Introduction to the Special Issue on Human-Computer Interaction in the Web 2.0 Era.” AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction 5, no. 1 (2013): 1–5.

    Co-authored with Sumonta Kasemvilas. “Improvement of MediaWiki to support mandatory collaboration.” Interactive Technology and Smart Education 10, no. 3 (2013): 230–46.