|Assoc Prof Damien Joseph |
Division of Information Technology and Operations Management
College of Business (Nanyang Business School)
Phone: (+65)6790 4831
- PhD Nanyang Technological University 2006
- MBus Nanyang Technological University 1999
- Dip.Intelligent Sys. Japan-Singapore AI Centre 1993
- BBus Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology 1992
|Damien Joseph is an Associate Professor of Information Technology at the Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), where he received his Ph.D in Information Technology. His research interests are in the management of information technology professionals, examining issues relating to IT work, compensation, competencies, career and culture. His research is published in top international journals including MIS Quarterly, Communications of the ACM and Communications of the AIS. Damien is a regular participant at major international conferences such as the International Conference on Information Systems, Academy of Management Meetings and the ACM SIGMIS CPR where his research has been nominated/won best paper awards. Damien is the Conference Co-Chair of ACM SIGMIS CPR 2014 (Singapore, May 29 - 31) and an Associate Editor with the Communications of the AIS.
Damien has extensive consulting experience serving major local and international organizations. He continues to advise the Singapore Comupter Society on its annual Infocomm Survey. Damien as also served as a consultant to the Center for Creative Leadership (Greensboro, NC) on its global leadership studies; the Information Technology Management Association (ITMA, Singapore) on its salary benchmarking exercises in Singapore and around the Asian region; the International Labor Organization (Geneva) on its World Employment Report 2001; Housing Development Board (Singapore); Singapore Airlines; and Singapore IT Dispute Resolution Committee. Damien’s IT professional experiences are in intelligent systems development; systems integration and end-user computing.
|His research interests are in the management of high-technology professionals, specifically examining issues relating to career, compensation, competencies, culture, and leadership.|
|Research Grant |
- Academic Research Fund Tier 1 (2009-) [by Ministry of Education (MOE)]
|Current Projects |
- The Antecedents Influencing And Consequences Arising From the Careers of IT Professionals
- The Role of Career Interventions in School to Work Transitions of IT Professionals.
- Damien Joseph, Wai Fong Boh, Soon Ang and Sandra Slaughter. (2012). Career Paths Less (or More) Traveled: A Sequence Analysis of IT Career Histories, Mobility Patterns and Career Success. MIS Quarterly, 36(2), 427-452.
- Damien Joseph and Christine Koh. (2012). Work-life conflict and job mobility intentions. Association for Computing Machinery SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research.
- Joseph D., Tan M.L., Ang S. (2011). Is Updating Play or Work? The Mediating Role of Updating Orientations in the Threat of Professional Obsolescence - Mobility Intentions Link. International Journal of Social and Organizational Dynamics, 1(4), 37-47.
- Damien Joseph, Christine Koh, Arthur Foo. (2010). International Conference on Information Systems 2010 Proceedings: Sustainable IT Human Capital: Coping with the Threat of Professional Obsolescence. International Conference on Information Systems (pp. Paper 46)Altanta, GA: Association for Information Systems.
- Damien Joseph and Soon Ang. (2010). AMCIS 2010 Proceedings: Threat of Professional Obsolescence and Mobility Intentions: The Mediating Role of Coping Strategies. 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems (pp. Paper 527)United States: Association for Information Systems.