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Jordan Barlow

Assistant Professor

  • Education
  • B.S., Information Systems, Brigham Young University

    M.I.S.M., Master of Information Systems Management, Brigham Young University

    Ph.D., Business / Information Systems, Indiana University

     

  • Research Interests
  • Examining human behavior in technology-mediated environments. Specifically, my research includes (1) computer-mediated communication and collaboration, (2) effects of individual characteristics on technology-related behavior, and (3) communication and behavior related to information security

Dr. Jordan Barlow is an assistant professor of business analytics. He previously held tenure-track positions in the St. Thomas School of Engineering and in the Information Systems & Decision Sciences department at California State University, Fullerton. Dr. Barlow's research and teaching focuses on the intersection of human behavior and technology. He has published papers in several top information systems journals and conferences on the topics of computer-mediated communication, collective intelligence, virtual groupwork, and information security compliance behavior. Dr. Barlow has extensive experience teaching in a variety of formats, including traditional lecture, computer lab training, online courses, hybrid courses, flipped classroom, and industry training.


  • Barlow, J.B., Warkentin, M., Ormond, D., and Dennis, A.R. (2018). Don’t even think about it! The effects of anti-neutralization, informational, and normative communication on information security compliance. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, (19)(8), pp. 689-715
  • Silic, M., Barlow, J.B, and Back, A. (2018). Evaluating the role of trust in adoption: A conceptual replication in the context of open source systems. AIS Transactions on Replication Research, (4)(1), pp. 1-17
  • Silic, M., Barlow, J.B., and Back, A. (2017). A new perspective on neutralization and deterrence: Predicting shadow IT usage. Information & Management, (54)(8), pp. 1023-1037
  • Barlow, J.B., and Dennis, A.R. (2016). Not as smart as we think: A study of collective intelligence in virtual groups. Journal of Management Information Systems, (33)(3), pp. 684-712 
  • Wall, J.D., Lowry, P.B., and Barlow, J.B. (2016). Organizational violations of externally governed privacy and security rules: Explaining and predicting selective violations under conditions of strain and excess. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, (17)(1), pp. 39-76
  • Barlow, J.B., Warkentin, M., Ormond, D., and Dennis, A.R. (2013). Don’t make excuses! Discouraging neutralization to reduce IT policy violation. Computers & Security, (39), pp. 145-159
  • Lowry, P.B., Moody, G.D., Gaskin, J., Galletta, D.F., Humpherys, S., Barlow, J.B., and Wilson, D.W. (2013). Evaluating journal quality and the Association for Information Systems Senior Scholars’ journal basket via bibliometric measures: Do expert journal assessments add value? MIS Quarterly, (37)(4), pp. 993-1012
  • Bartelt, V., Dennis, A.R., Yuan, L., and Barlow, J.B. (2013). Individual priming in virtual team decision-making. Group Decision and Negotiation, (22)(5), pp. 873-896 
  • Barlow, J.B., Giboney, J.S., Schuetzler, R.M., Wilson, D.W., Keith, M.J., Lowry, P.B., and Vance, A. (2011). Overview and guidance on agile development in large organizations. Communications of the AIS, (29)(2), pp. 25-44

  • Association for Information Systems
  • IU Center for Computer-Mediated Communications (CCMC)
  • Decision Science Journal, Editorial Review Board

  • Assistant Professor, University of St. Thomas, Saint Paul / Minneapolis (2021-present)
  • Assistant Professor, School of Engineering, University of St. Thomas (2018-2020) 
  • Assistant Professor, CCalifornia State University, Fullerton (July 2015-August 2018) 
  • Associate Instructor, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University (Aug 2013-July 2015) 
  • Managing Editor, MIS Quarterly Executive (Dec 2013-Jun 2015)
  • Small Business Technology Advisor, Squire & Co., PC (2010-2011)
  • Supervisor of IT Training, LDS Missionary Training Center, (2008-2010)
  • IT Trainer, LDS Missionary Training Center (2008)