Research

Behavioral Information Security | Online Communities/ Social Media | User-driven Innovation/ Crowdsourcing

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Journal Publications

  1. Di Gangi, P. M., Teigland, R., and Yetis, Z., (Forthcoming) “How do different stakeholder groups within an Open Source Software project influence the project’s development: A case study of OpenSimulator,” Information Technology & People.

  2. Di Gangi, P. M., Howard, J. L., Goh, S., and Thatcher, J., (2023) “Do you see what I see? A social capital perspective on microtask gig worker opportunity recognition within electronic networks of practice,” International Journal of Information Management, 69(April), 102615.

  3. Johnston, A. C., Di Gangi, P. M., Bélanger, F., Crossler, R. E., Siponen, M., Warkentin, M., and Singh, T., (2023) “Seeking Rhetorical Validity in Fear Appeal Research: An Application of Rhetorical Theory,” Computers & Security, 125(February), 103020.

  4. Di Gangi, P. M., McAllister, C. P., Howard, J. L., Thatcher, J., and Ferris, G. R., (2022) “Can you see opportunity knocking? An examination of technology-based political skill on opportunity recognition in online communities for MTurk workers,” Internet Research, 32(4), pp. 1041-1075.

  5. Di Gangi, P. M., Wech, B. A., Hamrick, J. D., Worrell, J. L., and Goh, S. H., (2022) "Risk perceptions about personal Internet-of-Things: Research directions from a multi-panel Delphi study,” Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research & Practice.

  6. Goh, S., Di Gangi, P. M. and Gunnells, K. (2020) "Applying team-based learning to online introductory information systems courses," Journal of Information Systems Education, 31(1), pp. 1-11.

  7. Yetis, Z., Di Gangi, P. M., and Teigland, R. (2019) “Sharing my way to success: A case study on developing entrepreneurial ventures using social capital in an OSS community,” Information & Organization, 29(1), pp. 23-40.

  8. Johnston, A. C., Di Gangi, P. M., Howard, J., and Worrell, J. L. (2019) “It takes a village: Understanding the collective security efficacy of employee groups,” Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 20(3), pp. 186-212.

  9. Crossler, R. E., Di Gangi, P. M., Johnston, A. C., Bélanger, F., and Warkentin, M. (2018) “Providing theoretical foundations: Developing an integrated set of guidelines for theory adaptation,” Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 43(1), Article 31.

  10. Di Gangi, P. M., Johnston, A. C., Worrell, J. L., and Thompson, S. C. (2018) “What could possibly go wrong? A multi-panel Delphi study of organizational social media risk,” Information Systems Frontiers, 20(5), pp. 1097-1116.

  11. Di Gangi, P. M., Goh, S., and Lewis, C. (2017) “Using social media to support presentation skill development in traditional classroom environments,” Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 29(3), pp. 68-91.

  12. Rivera, J. C., Howard, J., Goh, S., Worrell, J. L., and Di Gangi, P. M. (2017) “A comparison of personal social media risk perceptions between undergraduate students and human resource professionals,” Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research, and Practice, Issue 2, Article 3.

  13. Di Gangi, P. M. and Wasko, M. (2016) “Social media engagement theory: Exploring the influence of user engagement on social media usage,” Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 28(2), pp. 54-74.

  14. Goh, S. and Di Gangi, P. M. (2016) “A framework for understanding risk perceptions in cooperatives,” The Cooperative Accountant, LXIV(Summer), pp. 60-70.

  15. Goh, S., Di Gangi, P. M., Rivera, J. C., and Worrell, J. L. (2016) “Graduate student perceptions of personal social media risk: A comparison study,” Issues in Information Systems, 17(IV), pp. 109-119.

  16. Rivera, J. C., Di Gangi, P. M., Worrell, J. L., Thompson, S. C., and Johnston, A. C. (2015) “Undergraduate student perceptions of personal social media risk,” Information Security Education Journal 2(2), pp. 49-56.

  17. Teigland, R., Di Gangi, P. M., Flåten, B.-T., Giovacchini, E., and Pastorino, N. (2014) “Balancing on a tightrope: Boundary management of a firm-sponsored OSS community and its impact on firm absorptive capacity,” Information & Organization, 24(1), pp. 25-47.

  18. Worrell, J. L., Bush, A., and Di Gangi, P. M. (2014) “Cousins separated by a common language: Perceptions of IT risk,” International Journal of Digital Accounting Research, 14, pp. 1-34.

  19. Teigland, R., Di Gangi, P.M., Yetis, Z. (2013) “Nya former av entreprenörskap – exempel från internet (New forms of entrepreneurship – Examples from the Internet – Translation from Swedish),” Socialmedicinsk tidskrift, 90(2), pp. 261-267.

  20. Worrell, J. L., Di Gangi, P. M., Bush, A. (2013) “Exploring the use of the Delphi method in Accounting Information Systems research,” International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 14(3), pp. 193-208.

  21. Johnston, A., Worrell, J. L., Di Gangi, P. M., and Wasko, M. (2013) “Online support communities and patient empowerment: An assessment of the influence of participation on patient empowerment outcomes,” Information Technology & People, 26(2), pp. 213-235.

  22. Di Gangi, P. M., Wasko, M., and Tang, X. (2012) “Would you share? Examining knowledge sharing within and across the organizational boundary,” International Journal of Knowledge Management, 8(1), pp.1-23.

  23. Di Gangi, P. M., Wasko, M., and Hooker, R. E. (2010) “Getting customers’ ideas to work for you: Learning from Dell how to succeed with online user innovation communities,” MIS Quarterly Executive, 9(4), pp. 163-178. (PPT)

  24. Di Gangi, P. M. and Wasko, M. (2009). “Steal my idea! User innovation community influence on organizational adoption of user innovations: A case study of Dell IdeaStorm,” Decision Support Systems 48, pp. 303-313.

Editorials & Book Chapters

  1. Di Gangi, P. M., Johnson, V. L., and Koch, H., (2022) “Digital transformation in times of crisis: An introduction to the special issue and a framework for future research,” [Special Issue Editorial] MIS Quarterly Executive, 21(4), pp. ix-xvi.

  2. Giordano, G., Stoner, J., Di Gangi, P. M., and Lewis, C. (2016) "Stress in online interview settings: A multi-study investigation," Stress and Quality of Working (Vol. 5), Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing, pp. 33-50.

  3. Yetis, Z., Teigland, R., and Di Gangi, P. M. (2013) "Exploring stakeholders of open source virtual worlds through a multi-method approach," Researching Virtual Worlds Methodologies for Studying Emergent Practices, Routledge.

  4. Di Gangi, P. M. and Wasko, M. (2009) "Open innovation through online communities," In W. R. King (Ed.) Annals of Information Systems: Knowledge Management & Organizational Learning, New York, NY: Springer, pp, 199-213.