Ahmed IMRAN

PhD in IS (ANU), MSc in IT (UNSW) GCHE (ANU), FACS

Available to supervise Higher Degree by Research students

20052019
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Biography

Dr Ahmed Imran is an Information Systems (IS) researcher with special interests in the strategic use of IT, eGovernment, IT for development/developing countries (ICT4D), socio-cultural impacts of ICT and organizational transformations impacted by ICT. 

Dr Imran’s research focuses on developing strategies and models for ICT interventions for development, in both public or private organizations. He is keen to explore the contextual factors that are most effective for IT system designs and innovation; exploiting local knowledge, assets and socio-technical artefacts to provide maximum value. Dr Imran’s work includes designing and evaluating IT services for different organisations and cultures, children online protection, organizational/societal transformations by ICT, and most importantly the short- and long-term implications and influence of IT in shaping the societies of the future. His research challenges the existing myths and theories applied to the adoption of ICT, primarily developed and used in the first world. His research has thus proven to bring real-world applications to the table, something that cemented its importance and relevance in the eyes of the research community.

Dr Imran has garnered over a decade of academic experience in two of Australia’s leading Universities (Group of Eight) before moving to UC and has published in top-tier journals and conferences in IS as well as in multiple practitioner outlets and industry reports. He has received several national/international competitive grants within the short span of his academic career, following sixteen years of challenging and versatile service in a military career as a Signals officer, in command, instructional and staff role. Dr Imran’s research interest and transition to academia were highly motivated by his passion and personal experiences (as an IT Manager). His expertise became invaluable for research in understanding and providing a rich insight into the socio-cultural context using multiple lenses, resulting in interdisciplinary research opportunities.

 

Dr Imran is a fellow of the Australian Computer Society and a member of a number of professional bodies. Dr Imran has received several awards and recognition for his career achievement including ANU Vice Chancellor's Award for Community Outreach.

 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Australian National University

Master, University of New South Wales

External positions

Visiting Research Fellow, UNSW Canberra

1 Feb 201931 Dec 2021

Associate Editor, Electronic Journal for Information Systems in Developing countries

2013 → …

Senior Editor, Information Systems Journal

2013 → …

IFIP 9.4 Regional Board for Oceania

2011 → …

Australian Association for Information Systems(AAIS)

2010 → …

Australian Computer Society(ACS)

2004 → …

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Research Output 2005 2019

Information technology
workplace
information technology
public sector
electronic government

Impact of Macro-level Regulations on Micro-level (Individual) Use of ICT: A case of mobile services in India

Robinson, M., Imran, A. & Barlow, M., 4 Apr 2018, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, ICEGOV 2018. Kankanhalli, A., Ojo, A. & Soares, D. (eds.). New York, USA: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), p. 175-182 8 p. (ACM International Conference Proceedings Series (IPCS)).

Research output: A Conference proceeding or a Chapter in BookConference contribution

Macros
Weathering
Mobile phones
Developing countries
Interoperability

Curriculum design and delivery for E-government knowledge transfer in a cross cultural environment: The Bangladesh experience

Imran, A., Gregor, S. & Turner, T., 29 Jun 2013, Grand Successes and Failures in IT: Public and Private Sectors - IFIP WG 8.6 InternationalWorking Conference on Transfer and Diffusion of IT, TDIT 2013, Proceedings. De, R., Wastell, D., Dwivedi, Y. K. & Henriksen, H. Z. (eds.). Springer New York LLC, p. 596-604 9 p. (IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology; vol. 402).

Research output: A Conference proceeding or a Chapter in BookConference contribution

Curricula
Education
Electronic government
Knowledge transfer
Curriculum design

eGovernment Management for Developing Countries

Imran, A., Gregor, S. & Turner, T., 20 Jun 2013, 1 ed. United Kingdom: ACPI. 414 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

electronic government
developing country
management
servants
manager

Individual computer usage pattern and perception amongst the public sector officials in a least developed country: A descriptive study

IMRAN, A., 2013, AIS eLibrary: CONF-IRM 2013 PROCEEDINGS. p. 1-19 19 p.

Research output: A Conference proceeding or a Chapter in BookConference contribution

Developed countries
Public sector
Computer use
Strategizing
Private sector