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Arman Sadreddin, PhD

Assistant Professor, Supply Chain and Business Technology Management


Arman Sadreddin, PhD
Office: S-MB 12.355 
John Molson Building,
1450 Guy
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2357
Email: arman.sadreddin@concordia.ca
Website(s): Personal Website

Arman is an Assistant Professor, Business Technology Management at the John Molson School of Business, Concordia University (Canada). His research interests focus on digital entrepreneurship, digital innovation, technology-enabled organizational capabilities, and entrepreneurial ecosystems. Arman holds a Ph.D. and an MSc in Management (Management Information Systems) from Smith School of Business at Queen’s University in Canada, MASc in Quality Systems Engineering from Concordia University, and a BSc in Industrial Engineering from Isfahan University of Technology, Iran. 


Research Interests

Digital Entrepreneurship, Digital Innovation, Digital Strategy, Technology Enabled Organizational Capabilities, Entrepreneurial Ecosystems 


Teaching

COMM 226 - Business Technology Management

BTM 481 - Information Systems Analysis

ADMI 820A - Digital Innovation: Conceptualization and Impact 

MSCA 693 - Digital Innovation: Theory and Practice

MSCA 680 - Foundations of Business Technology Management 


Publications

Recent Journal Publications

Sadreddin A. & Chan Y.E., "Pathways to Developing Information Technology-Enabled Capabilities in Born-Digital New Ventures", International Journal of Information Management (Accepted).

Sadreddin A., Boroomand F. & Chan Y.E., "Digital Product Architecture and Customer Agility: Evidence from New Digital Ventures", Communications of the Association for Information Systems (Accepted). 

Chan Y.E., Krishnamurthy R. & Sadreddin A., "Digitally-Enabled University Incubation Processes", Technovation (Accepted) (All authors contributed equally to this article and are ordered alphabetically). 

Ahuja S., Sadreddin A. & Chan Y.E., "Readily Available Technologies for Building Community Resilience: Lessons from India during the Covid-19 pandemic." Journal of Community Informatics (2021). ISSN: 1721-4441 (The first and the second authors contributed equally to this article).



Prospective Students

I am looking for motivated students familiar with qualitative research methods (having the experience is an advantage), strong communication, presentation, and writing skills, and strong analytical and critical thinking skills to work with me on research projects focusing on digital innovation and entrepreneurship. If you are interested in pursuing PhD at JMSB, please check out this page.

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