Mohamed Tazkarji, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Information Management

Address: J,C, Long 332
Office Hours: MWF 9:00 to 11:00 am or by appointment
Phone: 843.953.5955
Curriculum Vitae: Download


  • Doctor of Business Administration in Information Systems, Louisiana Tech University. Major in Computer Information Systems, Minor in Management. 2021
    Dissertation: “Factors Affecting the Success and Failure of CRM Implementations”
  • Master of Business Administration - Marketing Columbia Southern University. Orange Beach, AL. 2015.
  • Bachelor of Science – Computer Science, Business and Computer University. Beirut, Lebanon. 2004.

Courses Taught

  • Innovation Technology, Undergraduate Level
  • IT Solutions for Business, Undergraduate Level
  • Management Information Systems
  • Production & Operations Managment 

Honors and Awards

  • Association for Information Systems
  • Academy of Management
  • Decision Sciences Institute
  • Association for Computing Machinery SIGMIS


In Publication

  1. Y. Tazkarji and Stafford, T.F. (2020). "Reasons for Failures of CRM Implementations," IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems, 7(3), 718-724.

Van Slyke, C., Clary, G., Tazkarji, M., Ellis, S. (2021), “Responses to Surveillance: Predictors of Obfuscation and the Chilling Effect.” Journal of The Southern Association of Information Systems.

In Proceedings:

Tazkarji, M. Y. (2020). “The Effect of Patient Centeredness on Nurses' Security Policy Compliance,” 2020 Americas Conference on Information Systems, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Van Slyke, C., Clary, W., & Tazkarji, M. (2020). “Distress, Eustress, and Intentions to Continue Distance Learning in the Context of Rapid Shifts to Online Courses,” Proceedings of 2020 Association for Information Systems SIG-ED.

Van Slyke, C., Duong, B., Tazkarji, M., Sutherland, E., & Clary, W. (2019). “The Impact of Telework on Well-Being and Job Satisfaction: A Review,” 2019 Decision Sciences Institute Conference. (Extended Abstract)

In Review:

Clary, W.G., Van Slyke, C., Tazkarji. M. (under review). “Not all Stress is Bad: Distress and Eustress in the Context of Distance Learning,” The Internet and Higher Education.


Operations Editor, The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems. The    longest continually published MIS research journal, in print since 1969.

  • Supervise review system
  • Supervise press production for
  • Communication with authors and reviewers on journal

Senior Editor, The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems.

  • Assign manuscripts to
  • Develop author decisions from manuscript peer
  • Supervise and mentor authors in the manuscript revision

Ad-hoc Reviewer

The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems

2019 and 2020 Americas Conference on Information Systems 2019 Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (2019)