Name: Mohini Lata Singh
Position: Pro-Vice-Chancellor Research
Section: Department of Research
Prior to joining FNU Professor Mohini was a Professor of Information Systems at RMIT University in Australia. She currently holds Professorial Fellow and Adjunct Professor positions at a number of international universities. She is widely recognized for her research and publications (Google Scholar) in the areas of New Technology and Innovation Management, E-Business, E-Government, Social and Mobile Technology applications in organisations and with communities. She is a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society, and a member of a large number of professional associations. In her 30 years’ experience as an academic with Australian Universities she has held several leadership positions, she has extensive experience with Higher Degree by Research programs and students, and has delivered invited talks and lectures at a large number of international forums.
PhD Technology Management, Monash University
Graduate Diploma in Business Systems, Monash University
Graduate Certificate in Business Data Processing, University of Alberta
BA (Hons) Economics, Punjab University
Singh, M. 2017, ‘Mobile technologies for police tasks: An Australian study', in Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, Taylor and Francis, United States, Vol 27, No 1, pp. 66- 80 (ERA Rank A).
Svyatoslav, K., Singh, M. and Storey, I. (2017) “Conceptual Model of Enterprise Architecture Management”, International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems, Vol. 26, No. 3, pp. 1-36 (ERA Rank A).
Svyatoslav, K., Singh, M. and Storey, I. (2016) “Enterprise Architecture Practice in Retail: Problems and Solutions”, Journal of Enterprise Architecture, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 28-39.
Svyatoslav, K., Singh, M. and Storey, I. (2017) “Different Approaches to Enterprise Architecture”, Journal of Enterprise Architecture, Vol. 12, No. 4, pp. 9-16.
Svyatoslav, K., Singh, M. and Storey, I. (2017) “A Frameworks-Free Look at Enterprise Architecture”, Journal of Enterprise Architecture, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 15-21.
Svyatoslav, K., Singh, M. and Storey, I. 2016. ‘Enterprise Architecture Practice in Retail: Problems and Solutions’, Journal of Enterprise Architecture – Volume 12, No. 3 pp 28 – 39.
Zhao, F. and Singh, M. 2015 ‘E-government development and the digital economy: A two-way relationship’, Internet Research, Vol 25, Iss 5 pp 734 – 766 (ERA Rank A).
Mohini Singh and Konrad Peszynski “Organisational Value of Social Technologies: An Australian Study” The Electronic Journal Information Systems Evaluation Volume 17 Issue 1 2014, (088-099) , available online at www.ejise.com (ERA Rank B).
Rajapaksha, M. and Singh, M. 2012. Global Business Trends: Implications for Sri Lanka, Journal of Social Sciences A Quarterly Review pp 499 - 515.
Singh, M., Hackney, R., Dwivedi, Y. and Peszynski, K. 2012, Innovation in communication: an actor network analysis of social websites, International Journal of Actor Network Theory and Technological Innovation, 4 (1), 39 – 51.
Ifinedi, P. and Singh, M. 2011 ‘Determinants of eGovernment Maturity in the Transition Economies of Central and Eastern Europe’ Electronic Journal of E-Government’, Volume 9 Issue 2 pp 166 – 182.
Kapoor, K., Dwivedi, Y. K., Williams, M. D., Singh, M. and Hughes, M. J. (2011). ‘What Drives a Successful Technology Implementation? Exploring Drivers and Challenges of RFID Systems Implementation in a Public Sector Organisation’. International Journal of Electronic Government Research, 7 (4), 46 – 63.
Karunasena, K., Deng, H. and Singh, M., (2011), 'Measuring the public value of e-government: a case study from Sri Lanka', Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, Vol 5, No 1, pp 81 – 99.
Dwivedi, Y. K., Singh, M. and Williams, M. D., (2011), ‘Developing a Demographic Profile of Scholarly Community Contributing to the Electronic Government’, International Journal, Electronic Government: An International Journal, Vol 8, Nos 2/3, pp 259 – 270.
Book Chapters (Peer Reviewed):
Jackson, M., Shelly, M. and Singh, M., (2015). ‘Online Dating: A Need for Regulation Regardless of Business Model’, Encyclopaedia for E-Commerce Development, Implementation and Management, IGI publication, pp 74-86.
Singh, M. and Kurion, J. (2014). ‘Evolving Digital Communication: an Actor-Network Analysis of Social Networking Sites’, A Book on Actor Network Theory, IGI Publication pp 222-237.
Lawry, R. Waddell, D. and Singh, M. 2011, 'The characteristics, responsibilities and future of chief information officers in the public sector', in Cases on Adoption, Diffusion and Evaluation of Global E-Governance Systems: Impact at the Grass Roots, IGI, Hershey, PA, USA, pp. 258-272 ISBN: 978-1616928148
Teoh, S. Singh, M. and Chong, J. 2011, 'An overview of E-health development in Australia', in Handbook of Research on E-Services in the Public Sector: E-Government Strategies and Advancements, IGI, Hershey, USA, pp. 288-303 ISBN: 978-1-61520-789-3
Rahim, M., Singh, M and Quaddus, M., 2010, “Understanding the Use of Business-To-Employee (B2E) Portals in An Australian University Though the Management Lens: A Qualitative Approach”, Encyclopedia of E-Business Development and Management in the Digital Economy, Volume II pp 578 – 588.
Rahim, M., Quaddus, M. and Singh, M., 2010, “Understanding the Use of Business-To-Employee (B2E) Portals in an Australian University Though the Management Lens: A Quantitative Approach,” accepted for publication in the Encyclopedia of E-Business Development and Management in the Digital Economy, Volume II pp 589 - 602.
Singh, M. and Burgess, S., 2006, ‘Electronic Data Collection Methods: Online Surveys, Focus Groups and Email Interviews’, Handbook of Research on Electronic Surveys and Measurements, eds Reynolds, R et al. IDEA Publishing pp 28 – 43.
Conference Papers (Peer Reviewed):
Sood, H. and Singh, M. 2018, ‘An Exploration of Open Innovation in the Biotechnology Industry: A Qualitative Study’, British Academy of Management Conference Proceedings http://www.bam.ac.uk/
Svyatoslav, K., Singh, M. and Storey, I. 2015. ‘Investigating the Use of Enterprise Architecture Artifacts’, European Conference on Information Systems, May 25 – 27 Munster, Germany.
Singh, M. and Jackson, M. 2015. ‘Online Dating Sites: A tool for romance scams or a lucrative e-business model?’, proceedings of the 28th Bled eConference, June 7 – 10, Bled, Slovenia CD.
Yang, J., Singh, M. and Pita, Z., 2015. ‘The Relationship between Strategic Information Systems Planning Facilitators and the Success of South Korean organisations’, Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, 5 – 9 July.
Svyatoslav, K., Singh, M. and Storey, I. 2015, ‘An Enterprise Architecture Management Model’, Proceedings of the Hawaiian International Conference on Information sciences January (3 – 5) CD ROM.
Paradonsaree, R., Singh, M. and Gekara, V., 2014. ‘Business Process Changes for ERP Upgrades: Impact on organisational capabilities and improvements’, proceedings of the 35th International Conference on Information Systems December 14 – 17.
Kurian, J. and Singh, M. 2014, ‘A Framework for Analysing Types of Information on Social networking Sites’, proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems 2014, December.
Teo, L., Singh, M. and Cooper V. 2014, A Conceptual Framework for Analysing Types of User Information on Social networking Sites’, proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems 2014, December.
Teo, L., Singh, M. and Cooper V. 2014, ‘A Contingent Model for Evaluating Enterprise Systems benefits Using Competing Value Approach’, Australian Conference on Information Systems 2014, December.
Yang, J., Pita, Z. and Singh, M. 2014, ‘A Conceptual Framework for Assessing Strategic Information Systems Planning (SISP) Success in the Current Dynamic Environments’, proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems 2014, December.
Singh, M. and Peszynski, K. 2013, 'Organisational value of social technologies: An Australian study', in Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Information Management and Evaluation, Przemyslaw Lech (ed.), Academic Conferences and Publishing International, Reading, UK, pp. 174-184.
Chirayath, J. Singh, M. and Palathingal, B. 2013, 'Information on social networking sites: a benefits and costs perspective', in Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference On Information Resources Management (Conf-IRM), Manoel Veras, Cesar Alexandre de Souza, Gerald Grant (ed.), Association for Information Systems (AIS), Illinois, United States, pp. 1-15.
Rajapaksha, M., Singh, M. and Pita, Z. 2012. 'Aligning Global Business Information with ERP Systems for Improved Performance', proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems.
Rajapaksha, M. and Singh, M. 2012. ‘Alignment of Global Business Operations with ERP Systems for Improved Performance’, AMCIS proceedings paper 8, http://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2012/proceedings/StrategicUseIT/8.
Rajapaksha, M. and Singh, M. 2012. Meeting Global Business Information requirements with ERP Systems, AMCIS proceedings paper 9, http://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2012/proceedings/StrategicUseIT/9.
Singh, M., Hackney, R., Dwivedi, Y. and Peszynski, K. 2012. Determining Dimensions of Social Websites: Insights through Genre Theory. Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science, IEEE Computer Society, pp 1728 - 1736.
Singh, M. and Hackney, R., 2011, 'Mobile Technologies for Public Police Force Tasks and Processes: A T-Government Perspective', in Virpi Kristina Tuunainen (ed). Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS2011) – ICT and Sustainable Service Development, Helsinki, Finland, pp 1 – 13.
Research Methods to Doctoral students
Information Technology and Change Management
Her current research interest is in Digital Economy, Digital Transformation and Innovation.