School of Information Systems and Technology Management - PhD Information Systems, Queensland University of Technology | BIT (Hons) Information Systems and Data Communications, Queensland University of Technology | SAP Certified Academic (Member of SAP University Alliance)
Dr Tan serves as Associate Dean International and is a Researcher and Associate Professor at UNSW Business School. His research interests include Digital Platforms, Information Systems for Good, Sports Digitalisation, E-Commerce and Enterprise Systems. He actively examines these interests in the context of Digital Transformation for business and social change.
His research work has been published in various academic and practitioner journals such as Information Systems Journal, Information and Management, MISQ Executive, Communications of the AIS, International Journal of Information Management and Australasian Journal of Information Systems (Google Scholar).
Dr Tan is presently serving as Associate Editor of Information Systems Journal (ABDC A*, Basket of 8) and Information and Management (ABDC A*). Dr Tan is presently serving as the Association of Information Systems Region 3 (Asia-Pacific) Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce representative. Dr Tan is presently serving on the SAP Academic Alliance Board (Asia-Pacific and Japan). Dr Tan is the founder of UNOVA, a transdisciplinary research and development lab at UNSW.
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