Nikhil Mehta

  • Assistant Professor
  • Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, UNCG
  • n_mehta@uncg.edu
  • 479 Bryan Building

Nikhil Mehta is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems (IS) and Margaret Hill Dean’s Notable Scholar in the Bryan School of Business and Economics at University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA. Nikhil has a Ph.D. in Management of Information Technology and Innovation from Auburn University. His research interests include key issues in IS projects, IS implementation and success, C-level leadership issues in organizations, digital innovation in smart cities, cybersecurity, and IT-enabled business models, such as crowdsourcing and outsourcing. His research has been presented in the Journal of Management Information Systems, Decision Sciences, Journal of Information Technology, Information & Management, MIS Quarterly Executive, Journal of Management, and at conferences worldwide.

There are 12 included publications by Nikhil Mehta :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Challenges and Opportunities of Business Process Outsourcing in India 2006 240 We identify managerial challenges and opportunities faced by business process outsourcing (BPO) firms in India by interviewing 28 executives in lower (n = 10), middle (n = 11), and upper management (n = 7) in 15 BPO firms. Content analysis of the res...
Cultural Determinants of Learning Effectiveness from Knowledge Management Systems: A Multinational Investigation 2009 11 Knowledge is a vital component of organizational success embedded within the human resources of a firm (Grant, 1996). Knowledge is lost by organizations when it is not used or when knowledgeable individuals turnover. Knowledge Management Systems (KMS...
Information Technology and Knowledge in Software Development Teams: The Role of Project Uncertainty 2014 47 Knowledge is a strategic resource; information technology (IT) is presumed to facilitate its movement among organizational members. The relevant literature, however, is inconclusive. This study reports the results of the effect of IT on knowledge-sha...
Infosys Technologies Ltd.: Improving Organizational Knowledge Flows 2007 68 Knowledge is being discussed as one of the most important organizational resources. But these resources exist in specialized pockets dispersed across the organization, and dedicated knowledge management (KM) programs are required to improve their flo...
It Takes Two to Tango: How Relational Investments Improve IT-Outsourcing Relationships 2010 18 The IT outsourcing, industry landscape is dotted with broken contracts - results of unsuccessful client-vendor (C-V) partnerships. Approximately 78% C-V partnerships fail in the long term, inflicting high transition costs on clients. The recent econo...
Knowledge Integration and Team Effectiveness: A Team Goal Orientation Approach 2018 169 Knowledge integration is critical to achieving both objective and subjective team effectiveness goals. Integrating knowledge resources, however, is a challenging activity for teams. Converging the theories of team goal orientation and knowledge integ...
Knowledge Integration in Outsourced Software Development: The Role of Sentry and Guard Processes 2015 48 We examine the role of sentry and guard activities in outsourced software development. Sentry activities are designed to regulate the inflow of external information to the project teams and guard activities are designed to manage the outflow of teams...
Methods of Instruction and Learning Outcomes: A Theoretical Analysis of Two Approaches in an Introductory Information Technology Course 2010 25 In introductory information technology (IT) courses, communicating technical concepts so that they can be comprehended by all students, technical and nontechnical, has been a concern. Another challenge in such courses is to teach the real-world appli...
Moving Towards an Integrated Framework of IT-Outsourcing Success 2017 29 Offshore information technology outsourcing is a popular strategic choice for businesses today. Firms are increasingly outsourcing their complex information technology-based projects, business processes, and services to offshore locations to achieve ...
Successful Knowledge Management Implementation in Global Software Companies 2008 52 Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to develop and evaluate a concise framework to examine how global software companies with successful knowledge management (KM) programs create KM-enabled value. Design/methodology/approach: The framework was eval...
Team Goal Orientation and Team Performance: The Mediation of Team Planning 2009 14 This study examines the relationships between team goal orientation, the team self-regulation tactic of team planning, and team performance of 91 student teams engaged in complex decision-making tasks requiring analytical skills. In contrast to previ...
The Value Creation Cycle: Moving Towards a Framework for Knowledge Management Implementation 2007 28 Researchers have emphasized on the need for advances in knowledge management (KM) research to better understand how organizations accrue benefits from their knowledge resources. Thus, an integrated approach, rooted in the theoretical streams of knowl...