Clark Family Faculty Fellow
Rob Fichman’s main research interests concern digital innovation, including the factors affecting the diffusion and assimilation of new IT, and the transformative effects that digital innovations have on individuals, organizations, markets, and society. He has published broadly on these topics in Communications of the ACM, California Management Review, Decision Sciences Journal, IEEE Computer, Harvard Business Review, Information Systems Research, Journal of the Association of Information Systems, Management Science, MIS Quarterly, Sloan Management Review and other scholarly journals.
Professor Fichman currently serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Management Information Systems. He has also served as Senior Editor at Information Systems Research and Journal of the Association of Information Systems, and Associate Editor at Management Science and MISQ.
Prior to getting his Ph.D., Dr. Fichman worked for several years as an IS applications development manager for a leading telecommunications company, and as an IT industry consultant.