Kaushik Ghosh

Contact

Dr. Kaushik Ghosh
Associate Professor 

Phone: (409) 880-8644
Email: kghosh@lamar.edu
Office Hours: Galloway Business Building Room 219

Ph.D.   University of Mississippi
M.S.   Texas A&M International University

Courses Taught

MBA:

ERP Overview 
Healthcare Information Systems

Bachelors:

Database Applications 
Principles of Management Information Systems 
Project Management and Practice 
Special Topics in Management Information Systems 

Courses taught, but not in the Schedule:

Computer Networking (Angelo State Univ.)
IT Project Management (Angelo State Univ.)
Database Management Systems (Angelo State Univ.)
Systems Analysis & Design (Angelo State Univ.)
Research Methods (Angelo State Univ.)

Professional Experience

Academic Experience 

Assistant Professor, Lamar University (June, 2012 - Present), Beaumont, United States of America.

Assistant Professor, Angelo State University (August, 2010 - May, 2012), San Angelo, United States of America. 

Service

Professional Service 

Chair: Conference / Track / Program
2013:  MBAA International Conference, Chicago, Illinois (National).

Reviewer - Article / Manuscript
2015:  MIS Quarterly, Beaumont, Unknown (International).
2014:  Information Systems Frontiers (International).
2014:  AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction (International).
2013:  American Journal of Information Technology (International).
2012:  Communications of the AIS (International).
2012:  Academy of Management Learning and Education (International).

Reviewer: Conference Paper
2015:  Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) (International).
2013:  International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) (International).
2012:  Americas Conference on Information Systems (International).
2011:  Decision Sciences Institute (International).

Institutional Service 

Department Assignments

Faculty Advisor:
2015-2016:  AIS Student Body  

Mentoring Activities:
2012-2013 – 2013-2014:  MIS Majors: Provided curriculum advising to MIS majors for spring 2013.

College Assignments

Member:
2015-2016:  General Business Program Committee  
2015-2016:  Commencement Committee  
2015-2016:  Engagement & Innovation Committee  
2014-2015:  MBA Program Committee Lamar University  
2014-2015:  Conferment Committee  
2012-2013 – 2014-2015:  Faculty Development Committee Lamar University  
2013-2014:  MBA Program Committee Lamar University  
2012-2013:  Standardization Committee  

 

Intellectual Contributions

Refereed Articles 

  • Chawla, S. & Ghosh, K. (2014).  Task, Value, and Demand Alignment for Open Source Use in Organizations.   American Journal of Information Technology, 4 (1), 18.
  • Ghosh, K. & Aiken, M. (2013).  An empirical investigation of two group idea generation techniques: Manual versus electronic gallery writing.   International Journal of e-Collaboration, 9 (2), 61-77.
  • Ghosh, K., Khuntia, J., Deng, X., & Chawla, S. (2013).  Media reinforcement for psychological empowerment in chronic disease management.   Communications of the Assoc for Info Systems, 34 (1).
  • Ghosh, K., Chawla, S., & Mallot, K. (2012).  Use of social media by US colleges: Potential and pitfalls.   The Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 12 (2), 105-118.
  • Ghosh, K., Dhumal, P., & Chawla, S. (2011).  Viability of Fee-based Email Service for Retail Customers.   Journal of Computer Information Systems, 52 (1), 56-65.

Refereed Proceedings 

  • Ghosh, K. & Sen, K. (2015).  A Conceptual Model to Understand the Factors that Drive Individual Participation in Crowdsourcing for Medical Diagnosis.   48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  • Ghosh, K., Ramakrishnan, T., & Khuntia, J. (2013).  Open Source Software (OSS) Implementation Strategy from a Fit Perspective: Empirical Evidence of Influence on Productivity.   Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • Deng, X., Khuntia, J., & Ghosh, K. (2013).  Psychological Empowerment of Patients with Chronic Diseases: The Role of Digital Integration.   International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  • Ghosh, K., Ramakrishnan, T., & Khuntia, J. (2013).  Open Source Software and Performance: A Fit Perspective.   Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems.
  • Leaville, J., Ghosh, K., & Chawla, S. (2012).  Cloud computing and security.   MBAA International Conference.
  • Ghosh, K. & Chawla, S. (2012).  Cues from the Doctor: Role of Media in Reinforcing Life Changing Interventions.   Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • Ghosh, K., Ramakrishnan, T., & Chawla, S. (2012).  Investigation of the Impact of OSS Support on its Market Potential.   Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • Ghosh, K., Chawla, S., & Mallot, K. (2011).  Social media technology usage in U.S. universities: Review and recommendations.   MBAA International Conference.
  • Ghosh, K. & Jha, S. (2011).  Examining moderating roles of recognition, perceived group need, and perceived future returns on participation in open source software projects.   Annual Academy of Management.
  • Ghosh, K., Chawla, S., & Kathawala, Y. (2011).  Evaluating open source software adoption issues at a research organization.   Decision Sciences Institute.

Book Chapters 

Refereed

  • Ghosh, K. & Sen, K. (2015). The Potential of Crowdsourcing in the Health Care Industry. Under Review, Encyclopedia of Healthcare Administration and Management.  

Grants 

Funded

  • 2015: Ghosh, K. Research Enhancement Grant, Principal Investigator, Office of Research & Sponsored Programs, Lamar University.

Nurse shift reporting practices are critical to time spent by caregivers on ‘direct’ care to patients and to control costs of patient care. This pilot study will investigate the nurse shift electronic reporting system currently used at a medical-surgical unit at a hospital located in South East Texas. Nurses involved in shift changeovers will be observed and relevant data to evaluate the efficiency of the process will be collected and analyzed. Follow-up interviews will be conducted to develop recommendations to improve the shift reporting process. Findings of the study will provide strategies to hospitals in the United States to incorporate ‘best practices’ in their nurse shift reporting process.

Working Papers 

  • Curl, E., Ghosh, K., Moss, P., & Goodwin, M. (2015). "Communication Technology for Medicaid Patients with Chronic Diseases."