About the Authors
Mehdi Darban is a doctoral candidate in the area of Information Systems at Kent State University. His research interests are in IS Training, Enterprise Systems and Gamification, and human behavior in technology acceptance. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hongyan Liang is a doctoral candidate in the area of Operation Management at Kent State University. Her research interests are in Supply Chain Management, Inventory Management, Learning Curve Models, and Statistical Modeling of Production Systems. email@example.com
Dong-Heon (Austin) Kwak is an assistant professor of Management and Information System at Kent State University. He received his Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2014. His research and teaching interests are in Online Helping Behaviors, Charity Website Design, Persuasion, and Enterprise Systems and Gamification. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Srite is an associate professor of Information Technology Management at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His research is focused in the areas of technology acceptance across national cultures, the influence of emotions on group decision-making, and quantitative issues in information systems. He has taught courses on database management systems, telecommunications, quantitative methods, and information technology for managers. email@example.com