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Nura Jabagi

Date of entry: Fall 2015
Expected graduation date: Winter 2019

Current phase of study: Phase III (Thesis)
Supply Chain & BTM
Status: Full-time student

Research Interests: Gig-economy and digital labour platforms; IT consumerization, mobility, and IS use; Business-IT alignment; e-commerce; digital transformation; health IT

Conference publications

  • Jabagi, N., Audebrand, L. K., Croteau, A.-M., and Marsan, J. (2018). Connecting with gig-workers: An organizational identification perspective, European Group of Organization Studies (EGOS) Colloquium, Tallin, Estonia
  • Jabagi, N., and Croteau, A.-M. (2017). Boon or bane? Understanding the varied impacts of bring-your-own-device on work-life conflict, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (ASAC), Montreal, Canada
  • Jabagi, N., Jiang, J., McLean, D., Chalmeau, S. and Yang, J. (2016). Communicating to practitioners through IS research: A descriptive review, Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), San Diego, United States
  • Jabagi, N., Croteau, A.-M., and Dostaler, I. (2015). Getting on the same page: Co-evolutionary lens applied to business-IT alignment, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (ASAC), Halifax, Nova Scotia

Academic degrees

  • MBA, Marketing and Business Technology, Concordia University, Canada, 2014 
  • Graduate Diploma in Business, Marketing, McGill University, Canada, 2010 
  • Bachelor's with Honours, Economics, Queen’s University, Canada, 2003 

Academic and teaching experience

  • Information Technology Strategy, Management and Sourcing (BTM 496), Concordia University, Fall 2018, Lecturer
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