Alice M. Johnson

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentManagement

Phone336-285-3394

Fax336-256-2645

Emailamjohns1@ncat.edu

OfficeMerrick Hall
Room: 320

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Alice M. Johnson

Education

Ph D: Business Administation/Decision Sciences and Information Systems, University of Kentucky, 2001

MS: Personnel and Industrial Relations, Winthrop University, 1984

BA: Business Administration, Winston-Salem State University, 1978


Research Interests

Research interests are: 1. Information systems strategy 2. Information security 3. Systems Analysis, Design, and Development


Recent Publications

Johnson, Alice  Shipps, Belinda  (2013).  Acquiring Subject Participation for Information Security Research: A Content and Correspondence Analysis Approach.  In Kallol Bagchi, Phd  (4,  9,  pp. 3-30).  Journal of Information Privacy and Security.

Johnson, Alice  Lederer, A.  (2013).  IS Strategy and IS Contribution: CEO and CIO Perspectives.  (30,  pp. 306-318).  Information Systems Management.

Johnson, Alice  Lederer, Albert  (2010).  CEO/CIO mutual understanding, strategic alignment, and the contribution of IS to the Organization.  (3,  47,  pp. 138-149).  Information & Management.

Johnson, Alice  (2009).  Business and Security Executives Views of Information Security Investment Drivers: Results from a Delphi Study.  (1,  5,  pp. 3-27).  Journal of Information Privacy and Security.

Johnson, Alice  Lederer, Albert  (2009).  CEO/CIO Agreement and the Information Systems Strategic Grid Dimensions.  In Tan, A. and Theodorou, P   IGI Global Publishers.

Newkirk, H.  Lederer, A.  Johnson, A.  (2008).  Business and Information Technology Change, and the Alignment of Information Systems Strategy with Business Strategy.  (3,  17,  pp. 198-218).  European Journal of Information Systems.

Johnson, Alice  Lederer, A.  (2007).  The Impact of Communication between CEOs and CIOs on the Shared Views of the Current and Future Role of IT.  (1,  24,  pp. 85-90).  Information Systems Management.