Iris Junglas

Professor, Noah T. Leask Distinguished Chair in Information Management and Innovation

Address: Beatty 306
Office Hours: TR 9:00-10:30 am, and by appointments
Phone: 843.953.6647
Curriculum Vitae: Download

Dr. Iris Junglas is the Noah T. Leask Distinguished Professor of Information Management and Innovation in the Supply Chain and Information Management Department at the College of Charleston. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia, as well as an undergraduate and master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Koblenz, Germany. Over a 20-year career, she has worked for a variety of IT consulting firms, including PricewaterhouseCoopers and Accenture where she worked under the tutelage of Jeanne Harris (co-author of the book “Competing on Analytics” together with Tom Davenport) as a Research Fellow for the Institute of High Performance.

Iris’ research sits at the intersection of technology innovation and business analytics. Overall, Iris has published more than 50 refereed journal articles in the field of Information Systems, including outlets, such as the European Journal of Information Systems, Journal of the Association of Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Management Information Systems Quarterly and Management Information Systems Quarterly Executive. In 2017, Iris won the AIS best paper award for her work together with Oliver Müller, Jan vom Brocke, and Stefan Debortoli on “Deriving business value from unstructured data” for which the authors developed a text mining tool, freely available at

Iris is a Senior Associate Editor for the European Journal of Information Systems, the Journal of Strategic Information Systems, and the Management Information Systems Quarterly Executive. She has taught at the undergraduate, graduate, Ph.D., and executive level, inside and outside the US, in English and in German. In 2018, she won a graduate teaching award for her work with MBA students. Iris is also a proud Fulbright Scholar from Maynooth University in Ireland.


Ph.D. degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Management Information Systems and a Minor in Artificial Intelligence, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 2003

Master’s and undergraduate degree in Computer Science with a specialization in Business Administration (Dipl.-Inf.), University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany, 1998

Fulbright Scholar at Maynooth University, Maynooth, Ireland, 2018/2019

DAAD Scholar at Otto-Beisheim School of Management, WHU, Koblenz, Germany, 2015

Fellow of the University of Liechtenstein, Vaduz, Liechtenstein in Business Analytics, since 2011

Courses Taught

  • Information Management
  • Business Analytics
  • Enterprise Data Management



Rehm, S., Goel, L. and I. Junglas (2022). Researching Digitalized Work Arrangements: A Laws of Form Perspective, Information & Organization (forthcoming).

Junglas, I., Goel, L., Rehm, S. and B. Ives (2022). On the Benefits of Consumer IT in the Workplace—An IT Empowerment Perspective, International Journal of Information Management (forthcoming).

Meske, C., Osmundsen, K. and I. Junglas (2021). Designing and Implementing a Digital Twin in the Energy Grid Sector. Management Information Systems Quarterly Executive, Volume 20, Issue 3.

Zaza, I., Junglas, I, and D. Armstrong (2021). Who Needs the Help Desk? Tackling One’s Own Technological Problems via Self IT Service. Information & Organization (forthcoming).

Gavidia, J., Junglas, I. and C.-H. Chou (2021). An Integrated Model of ERP Success: The Critical Role of Task-Context Alignment. Enterprise Information Systems (forthcoming).

Meske, C., Junglas, I. (2020). Investigating the Elicitation of Employees’ Support Towards Digital Workplace Transformation. Behavior & Information Technology, Volume 40, Issue 11, p. 1120-1136. 

Rehm, S., Hartley, M. and I. Junglas (2020). Developing Better Surveys: Applying Topic Modeling and Sentiment Analysis for Item and Scale Development, Conference of the Southeast Decision Science Institute, February12-14, Charleston, SC.

Zaza, I., Junglas, I. and D. Armstrong (2019). Studying the Artifact of Q&A Platforms: The Central Role of the Crowd in Composing Questions and Answers, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, December 11-14, Munich, Germany.

Rehm, S., Goel, L. and I. Junglas (forthcoming) Observing Artifacts: How Drawing Distinctions Creates Agency and Identity, in: The Cambridge Handbook of Qualitative Digital Research, edited by Boyka Simeonova and Bob Galliers.

Junglas, I. (2020). Foreword to the book “Agile Scrum Implementation and its Long-term Impact on Organizations” edited by Kenneth R. Walsh, Sathiadev Mahesh, and Cherie C. Trumbach.

For a comprehensive list of Dr. Junglas's research, please see her CV.