Mustafa Degerli, PhD

Double PhD, PMP, PMI-RMP, PSM, Lead Auditor, ITIL, CMMI Associate

Chief Researcher at The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey

Philosophy of Doctorate (PhD) in Informatics from the Middle East Technical University (2020)

Master’s in Information Systems from the Middle East Technical University (2012)

Bachelor’s in Computer Science from the Middle East Technical University (2008)

Philosophy of Doctorate (PhD) in Management Information Systems from Gazi University (2017)


Publications

Değerli, M. and Özkan-Yıldırım, S. (2020). Identifying critical success factors for wearable medical devices: A comprehensive exploration. Universal Access in the Information Society – Springer. 10.1007/s10209-020-00763-2

Değerli, M. and Özkan-Yıldırım, S. (2021). Enablers for IoT regarding Wearable Medical Devices to Support Healthy Living: The Five Facets. IoT in Healthcare and Ambient Assisted Living – Springer. 10.1007/978-981-15-9897-5

Değerli, M. and Özkan-Yıldırım, S. (2020). Interpreting Group Differences of Relations among Success Factors for Wearable Medical Devices. 5th International Conference on Computer Science and Engineering (UBMK 2020). 10.1109/UBMK50275.2020.9219367

Değerli, M. (2020). Salient constructs to enhance the acceptance of wearable medical devices: An exploratory research. Doctorate Thesis. Graduate School of Informatics, Medical Informatics, Middle East Technical University.

Değerli, M. (2020). Crafting a CMMI V2 Compliant Process for Governance Practice Area: An Experiential Proposal. 14th Turkish National Software Engineering Symposium (UYMS 2020).

Değerli, M. (2020). Practical Suggestions to Successfully Adopt the CMMI V2.0 Development for Better Process, Performance, and Products. 5th International Conference on Computer Science & Engineering (UBMK 2020). 10.1109/UBMK50275.2020.9219438

Değerli, M. (2020). A Mobile Health Application for Healthy Living: HWOW (Healthier Work for Office Workers). 14th Turkish National Software Engineering Symposium. (UYMS 2020).

Değerli, M. (2020). How we adopted the CMMI Model Development V2: Our transition journey as a mid-size organization in the Turkish defense industry. CMMI Institute Capability Counts 2020 Conference, 21-22 April 2020, Crystal City, VA, USA.

Değerli, M. (2018). Analysis & interpretation of official CMMI efforts in Turkey. CMMI Institute Capability Counts 2018 Conference, VA, USA.

Değerli, M. (2017). Organizational design for a mature process management group: Experiences and recommendations. Proceedings of the 11th Turkish National Software Engineering Symposium, 1980, 403-410.

Değerli, M. (2017). Blending software engineering and systems engineering processes. Proceedings of the 11th Turkish National Software Engineering Symposium, 1980, 368-377. ISSN: 1613-0073

Değerli, M. (2017). Project-level audits as part of an effective quality assurance process. Proceedings of the 11th Turkish National Software Engineering Symposium, 1980, 391-402. ISSN: 1613-0073

Değerli, M. (2017). Critical Success Factors for Technology Transfer Offices. PhD Dissertation. Graduate School of Informatics, Management
Information Systems, Gazi University.

Değerli, M. and Talon, M. (2016). Critical Success Factors for Technology Transfer Offices. International Journal of Informatics Technologies, 9(2), 197-220.

Değerli, M. and Kaygan, P. (2016). Improving collaborations of electrical & electronics engineers and computer engineers in systems projects. Proceedings of the 10th Turkish National Software Engineering Symposium, 1721, 166-178. ISSN: 1613-0073

Değerli, M. (2016). A process tailoring approach example: Process tailoring matrix (PTM), experiences, and suggestions. Proceedings of the 10th Turkish National Software Engineering Symposium, 1721, 675-683. ISSN: 1613- 0073

Değerli, M. and Tolon, M. (2015). Factors influencing the user satisfaction of mobile operating systems. Proceedings of the 9th Turkish National Software Engineering Symposium, 1483, 770-781. ISSN: 1613-0073

Değerli, M. and Özkan, S. (2014). Achieving and Ensuring Business Process Acceptance for Systems and Software Engineering and Management. In Business Performance Measurement and Management. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK. ISBN-13: 978-1443861397 - ISBN-10: 1443861391

Değerli, M. and Özkan, S. (2013). A model for the acceptance of engineering and management business processes by employees in defense applications. Proceedings of the 5th Defense Applications, Modelling, and Simulation Conference, 202-211. ISBN: 978-605-88041-1-1

Değerli, M. and Özkan, S. (2013). A look at the business processes from the perspectives of employees. KalDer Journal, 167, 42-43. ISSN: 1301-4978

Değerli, M. and Özkan, S. (2013). Recommendations for organizations interested in high-maturity on the subject of business processes. Proceedings of the 7th Turkish National Software Engineering Symposium, ISSN: 1613- 0073

Değerli, M. and Özkan, S. (2013). More about the high-maturity for business processes: Certain distilled practical implications. 18th International Conference on Transformative Research in Science, Engineering, and Business Innovation (SDPS 2013) Proceedings, 119-124. ISSN: 1090-9389

Değerli, M. and Özkan, S. (2012). Factors influencing the acceptance of processes: The process acceptance model (PAM). Carnegie Mellon University SEPG Europe 2012 Conference.

Değerli, M. (2012). Identifying Factors Influencing the Acceptance of Processes: An Empirical Investigation Using the Structural Equation Modeling Approach. Master’s Thesis. Graduate School of Informatics, Information Systems, Middle East Technical University.

Mustafa Değerli

Dr. Mustafa Değerli is a Chief Researcher at the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK). Dr. Değerli holds double Ph.D. degrees. Mustafa is a certified PMP, PMI-RMP, PSM, CMMI Associate, and Lead Auditor. Dr. Değerli conducts research and disseminates in various fields such as business process and performance improvement and management, systems engineering, software engineering, management and organization, management information systems, project management, health/medical informatics, and technology, innovation, and research management. Mustafa enjoys classical and acoustic music, theatre, opera, and ballet.