Director of Graduate Programs and Associate Professor of IT Management
- Ph.D. University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, Management Information Systems, 2007
- M.S. Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, Telecommunications Management, 2001
- B.S. The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, Management Information Systems, 1996
- Project Management Professional, 2002-Present
- Director of Graduate Programs, Lipscomb University (January, 2013 - Present)
- Associate Professor of IT Management, Lipscomb University (August, 2012 - Present)
- Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems, The University of Tulsa (August, 2006 - May, 2012)
Refereed Scholarly Work
- Crawford, J. (forthcoming). Assessing the Value of Formal Control Mechanisms on Strong Password Selection. International Journal of Secure Software Engineering
- Crawford, J. & Leonard, L. N. (2012). Predicting Post-Meeting Work Activity in Software Development Projects. Team Performance Management, 18 (1/2), 59-77
- Crawford, J., Leonard, L. N., & Jones, K. (2011). The Human Resource's Influence in Shaping IT Competence. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 111 (2), 164-183
- Sharma, R., Yetton, P., & Crawford, J. (2009). Estimating the Effect of Common Methods Variance: The Method-Method Pair Technique with an Illustration from TAM Research. MIS Quarterly, 33 (3), 473-490
- Crawford, J. (2009). An Identity Perspective for Predicting Software Development Project Temporal Success, In Akhilesh Bajaj and Stanislaw Wrycza (Eds.), Systems Analysis and Design for Advanced Modeling Methods: Best Practices (pp. 15-24). IGI Global
Presentation of Refereed Work
- Yetton, P., Sharma, R., & Crawford, J. (2011). Controlling for Method Bias: A Critique and Re-conceptualization of the Marker Variable Technique. Americas Conference on Information Systems, Detroit, Michigan.
- Sharma, R., Yetton, P., & Crawford, J. (2010). A Critique of the Marker Variable Technique: The Effect of Alternative Marker Variable Criteria. The 18th European Conference on Information Systems, Pretoria, South Africa.
- Crawford, J., Jones, K., & Jones, L. N. (2008). Examining the Long-Term Value of an Organization's Software Development Competence. Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland.
- Sharma, R., Yetton, P., & Crawford, J. (2007). Common Methods Bias: Reports of its Demise are Highly Exaggerated. International Conference on Information Systems, Montreal, Canada-Quebec.
- Miranda, S., Chidambaram, L., & Crawford, J. (2005). Temporal Effects of Relational Stocks on Technology-Enabled Group Performance. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii.
- Crawford, J. (2004). Practicing What We Preach: Understanding Why Project Management Methodologies Are Often Ignored. Americas Conference on Information Systems, New York, New York.
- Sharma, R., Yetton, P., & Crawford, J. (2004). Re-Evaluating Evidence From Technology Acceptance Model Research: Estimating The Effect Of Common Method Bias On The Perceived Usefulness-Use Relationship. Diffusion of Innovations Group in Information Technology (DIGIT/SIGADIT), Washington, District of Columbia.
Presentation of Non-Refereed Work
- Crawford, J. (2011, July). You Don't Always Get What You Ask For: Identifying Practical Ways to Get the Right Information. The Sixth Annual Knowledge and Project Management Symposium, Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Crawford, J. (2009, August). Clarifying the Organizational Impacts of Knowledge Loss. The Fourth Annual Knowledge and Project Management Symposium, Tulsa, Oklahomaz
- Crawford, J. (2008, August). Knowledge Management 101: What Goes in Does Not Necessarily Come Out (Practical Ways to Enable Knowledge Digestion within the Organization). The Third Annual Knowledge and Project Management Symposium, Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Crawford, J. (2007, August). Project Team Identity: Isolating Windows of Opportunity for Promoting Project Temporal Success. The Second Annual Knowledge and Project Management Symposium, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Non-Academic Work Experience
- Senior Applications Developer, MidFirst Bank (August, 2002 - September, 2005 -> half-time employment while pursuing PhD)
- Assistant Vice President, Intranet Development Manager, MidFirst Bank (September, 2000 - July, 2002)
- Manager, Academic Computing, Oklahoma Christian University (January, 1999 - August, 2000)
- Workgroup Analyst, Koch Industries, Inc. (March, 1997 - December, 1998)
- Network Consultant, Comtrek Computing Solutions (March, 1996 - March, 1997)
- (Lipscomb University) MITM 5003 – Introduction to Information Technology Management
- (Lipscomb University) MITM 5023 - Data & Knowledge Management
- (Lipscomb University) MITM 5023 - IT Project Management
- (Lipscomb University) IT 3423 – IT Project Management
- (The University of Tulsa) MIS 4033 – Business Programming III (ASP.NET w/ C#, Java servlets & JSP)
- (The University of Tulsa) MIS 3043 – Telecommunications
- (The University of Tulsa) MIS 3003 – Introduction to Management Information Systems
- (The University of Tulsa) MIS 2013 – Programming I (Java)
Service to the Profession
- 2013 – present: KIPA Board Member
- 2010 – 2012: President, Knowledge and Information Professional Association