C. Matt Graham, Ph.D.

Dr. C. Matt Graham teaches BIS 235 Digital Business Transformation, BIS 267 Database Management, BIS 363 Network Design and Applications, and BIS 345 Business Analytics at the undergraduate level. He teaches MGT 545 Enterprise Architecture at the graduate level. 

Dr. Graham’s research and teaching areas include information systems design and development, structured query language (SQL), computer network design and configuration, business analytics, virtual teams, the Internet of Things (IoT), and the business applications of artificial intelligence (AI). 

Between the years of 2015 and 2020, he published 11 peer-reviewed articles, including eight of which he is the first-author and one of which he is the sole author. Six of these peer-reviewed articles are listed in Cabell’s journal directory and shows that the International Journal of e-Collaboration and the International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments each of have an acceptance rate of 15%. In 2019 and 2020, He had four peer-reviewed articles published in highly regarded Sage, Emerald, and Taylor & Francis journals. In 2016, he was the editor of the published book titled: Strategic Management and Leadership for Systems Development in Virtual Spaces. He is currently serving as editor for the forthcoming book titled: AI Tools and Electronic Virtual Assistants for Improved Business Performance and he is currently writing a new book titled: Virtual Teams: Behavioral and Technical Implications of the Use of Collaboration Technologies.

Education

  • Ph.D., Information Systems, Nova Southeastern University
  • Ms.Ed., Business Education, Southern NH University
  • B.S., Business Administration, Husson University
  • SAP Certified Instructor

Teaching Areas

  • Information Systems and Technology for Business
  • Databases for Decision-Making
  • Network Design and Applications

Skills / Technical Expertise

  • Relational Database Design and Development
  • Oracle 
  • SQL
  • Relational Database Design
  • SAP Practical Analytics & SAP BW on HANA 7.5
  • LAN & WAN Computer Networking and Design

Publications

Graham, C. (2020). Fear of the Unknown with Healthcare IoT Devices: An Exploratory Study. The Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective 1(11).  Taylor & Francis journal — RG Impact 1.10

Graham, C. & Jones, N. (2020). Impact of IoT in Geriatric Telehealth.  Working with Older People. Accepted June 24th 2020. Emerald Journal – RG Impact: .34

Jones, N. B., & Graham, C. M. (2020). Can the IoT Help Small Businesses? Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 38(1-2), 3-12. Sage Journal – RG Impact: .84

Graham, C., & Daniel, H. (2020). Organizational Fault Lines, Virtual Team Leadership and Team Performance in Undergraduate Virtual Team Short-Term Projects. International Journal of e-Collaboration 17(1), 1-14. Acceptance rate in Cabell’s: 15%

Graham, C., & Jones, N. (2019). Impact of a Social Network Messaging App on Team Cohesiveness and Quality of Completed Team Projects in an Undergraduate Team Project. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 0047239518821937. Sage Journal- RG Impact: .80

Daniel, H., Graham, C., & Doore, B. (2017). Virtual Teamwork and Commitments Impact on Project Quality. International Journal of e-Collaboration. 13(4), 42-58. Acceptance rate in Cabell’s: 15%

Graham, C.M., & Daniel, H. (2017). Millennial’s Virtual Teamwork and Technical Proficiencies Impact on Project Quality: Is Commitment required in Virtual Team Projects? International Journal of e-Collaboration. 13(1), 10-26. Acceptance rate in Cabell’s: 15%

Graham, C., & Jones, N. B. (2016). Intelligent Virtual Assistants Impact on Technical Proficiency within Virtual Teams. International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments (IJVPLE), 6(1), 41-61. Acceptance rate in Cabell’s: 15%

Graham, C.M., Daniel, H., & Doore, B. (2016). Millennial Teamwork and Technical Proficiency’s Impact on Virtual Team Effectiveness: Implications for Business Educators and Leaders. International Journal of e-Collaboration. 12(3): 34-50. Acceptance rate in Cabell’s: 15%

Jones, N. & Graham, C.M. (2015). Virtual Teams in Business and Distance Education: Reflections from a MBA Class. Journal of Business and Economic Policy. 2(1): 49-59. Acceptance rate: 25-35%.

Graham, C.M., Daniel, H., & Doore, B. (2015). Millennial Leadership: The Oppositional Relationship between Leadership Type and the Quality of Database System’s Development in Virtual Environments. International Journal of e-Collaboration. 11(3): 29-48. Acceptance rate in Cabell’s: 15%

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