BCom(Hons) dissertations 2011 onwards

Listed below are BCom(Hons) dissertations completed by past Information Systems and Operations Management students from 2011 onwards, including title and the name of the supervisor(s) involved.

2018

Student name Title Supervisor(s)
Akshay Patel
The Promises and Perils of using Social Media to Predict the Spread of Diseases: A Context- Adaptive Framework for Text Mining of Twitter Data
  • David Sundaram
Deepikah Amirthalingam The Human, Process and Technology features of Smart Home Adoption Barriers, Challenges and Requirements
  • Gabrielle
    Peko
  • David Sundaram
Laura McCrae Why are young males more suicidal? A literature and data driven approach towards the design of a Persuasive System to Combat Depression among young males
  • David Sundaram
Sharmine Dayang Nur Information Privacy Concerns Among Malaysians: Impact, Risks and Recommendations
  • Michael Myers

2017

Student name Title Supervisor(s)
Michael Lawry
Public Transportation: in the Digital Age: An analysis of solutions for the future
  • Ami Peiris

2016

Student name Title Supervisor(s)
Kriasha Dadi The effectiveness of technology wearability on product effectiveness: A fitbit focus
  • Xinwei Wang
Jordan Atkins Improving end-user computing in an agile environment using appropriate training mechanisms: A design science approach
  • Ami Peiris
Ji Jing The effect of social capital on career path of IT Professionals
  • Xinwei Wang
Kun Qian Using the hypergraph simplex method to solve the mI-formulation for the symmetrical Travelling Salesman Problem
  • Tiru Arthanari
Janet Wu Examining critical characteristics for user satisfaction towards mobile applications
  • Arvind Tripathi
Ding Li Understanding the LAN battle
  • Fernando Beltran
Roshan Roy Jonnalagadda Design and implementation of dynamic intelligence portal for online eCommerce Retail
  • Ami Peiris
Dhishya Rudraraju Antecedents of engagement on social networking sites (SNS)
  • Arvind Tripathi

William Jacques Velida

The Internet of Things and wearable devices for elderly healthcare provision: A conceptual framework
  • Michael Myers

2015

Student name Title Supervisor(s)
Kim Seong Digital Natives and Gamification: Evaluating implications of gamification in education
  • Michael Myers
Leo Kitt Huii Finding the best candidate with best job performance for recruiters based on personality predicted
  • Lesley Gardner
Chen Hedy Social media research trends: A framework for future analysis
  • Lesley Gardner
Jarassriwilai Thitipong Understanding Evolution & Adoption of top-level domain names in internet
  • Fernando Beltran
  • Aniket Mahanti
Saleh Mariam Social Supply Chain Management: The Way Forward
  • Arvind Tripathi
Xuan Khanh Nguyen Eye Tracking: A cost effective workstation for usability studies
  • Don Sheridan
Reema Chawla A conceptual framework for implementing massive open online courses into curriculums
  • Lesley Gardner
Emily Goh Guidance for SMEs to use state of the art technologies to compete in the marketplace
  • Ami Peiris
Kyu Jin Park Consumer engagement in social media brand communities: An examination of antecedents and outcomes
  • Arvind Tripathi
Shohil Kishore Framework of laws and standards affecting information security in New Zealand
  • Lech Janczewski
Tan Hua Big data analysis in supply chain management
  • Tiru Arthanari
Chung Yeung Kwong Evaluating the impact of partner involvement on the robustness of supply chain network design: A state-of-the-art literature review
  • Tiru Arthanari
Edward James Robertson Enterprise Architecture Maturity: A critical element in business and IT alignment
  • Gabrielle Peko
Matthew David Shore Elements of, and Strategies for, supply chain resilience in small companies
  • Tava Olsen

2014

Student name Title Supervisor(s)
Rui Li How customers engage with technology - from affordances perspective
  • Cecil Chua
Zhen Li The adoption of social media as an interactive marketing communication tool in consumer-to-firm
  • Arvind Tripathi
Mingshi Liu Online Auction Buyer Information Disclosure Analysis: A Text Categorisation Approach
  • Ananth Srinvasan
Dannielle Jayne Steffany User acceptance of mobile apps: fusion or confusion - the tipping point
  • Lesley Gardner
Michael Wei Kiat Tay Can occupational stress be managed? A case-based reasoning approach
  • Ami Peiris
Fengze Zhong Client-vendor relationship in cloud computing: Lessons from IT outsourcing
  • Michael Myers
Elina Dmitrievna Lechtchinskaia Disaster Management and Crowdsourcing Social Media - Technology as the Fourth Value Assessment
  • Arvind Tripathi

2013

Student name Title Supervisor(s)
Remolan Naidoo The effect of difficult customers on Service Performance by employees
  • Cecil Chua
Perera Gleshan Consumer decision-making in new product purchases - a comparison between auction websites and retail websites
  • Lesley Gardner
Jully Kim The impact of additive manufacturing on supply chains
  • David Robb
Elizabeth Bond Investigating the Implications of Firm Announcements via Social Media on the Stock Market
  • Fernando Beltran

2012

Student name Title Supervisor(s)
Yee Seung (Claris) Chung Exploratory study on the use of 3D online gaming for digital natives' education
  • Lesley Gardner
Ee Von (Yvonne) Hong Interpersonal processes in global virtual teams
  • Tiru Arthanari
Kanik Mongia Investigating Adoption Failure in IT-Embedded Standardisation: A Case Study of the Umpire Decision Review System (UDRS) in Cricket
  • Cecil Chua
Huy Teang (Jane) Sok Investigation perception of public and private in social media
  • Lesley Gardner
Jason Tung Guidelines for automated data extraction from internet websites
  • Ananth Srinivasan
Joshua Wilkinson Adaptive business networks: Frameworks and architectures
  • Lesley Gardner
Steven Wright Determining factors that influence the purchasing of virtual goods
  • Lesley Gardner

2011

Student name Title Supervisor(s)
Suitaisa Fuavao Exploring green supply chain management in NZ SMEs
  • Tiru Arthanari
Jade-Marie Han Investigating the rise of online food information
  • Lesley Gardner
Danling Ling Investing the feasibility of social e-shopping
  • Lesley Gardner
Dmitry Selitskiy E-learning, human-computer interaction and brain-computer interface: Allowing learning systems to deliver on their promise
  • Lesley Gardner
Anika Rani Dissertation: Evaluation of Ubiquitous Information Systems and Ubiquitous Devices for Decision Making Support: A Framework
  • David Sundaram