Name: Dr. Nora Irene Misiolek
Title: Assistant Professor of Information Systems.
Office Location: Lowell Thomas 122B
Extension: (845) 575-3000 ext. 2378
Email: Nora.Misiolek@Marist.edu
Degrees Held: SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY

Doctorate in Information Science & Technology, School of Information Studies, December 2006

Dissertation topic: Patterns of emergent leadership in distributed teams.
Adviser: Robert Heckman.

Master's in Business Administration, Marketing & Innovation Management, Whitman School of Management, August 1999.

Bachelor of Arts, Social Psychology and Interdisciplinary Linguistics, College of Arts and Sciences, May 1992.

Interests: Theater and the arts, travel, food & wine (If I weren't

Publications: Heckman, R., Crowston, K., & Misiolek, N. (2007). A structuration perspective on leadership in virtual teams. In K. Crowston & S. Seiber (Eds.), Proceedings of the IFIP Working Group 8.2/9.5 Working Conference on Virtuality and Virtualization. Portland, OR: Springer.

D'Eredita, M., Misiolek, N., & Siow, J. (2005). Organizing a virtual collective mind: Shifting attention from proximity to actions and fundamental needs of virtual teams. In Proceedings of the 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Business. Available at: http://www.hicbusiness.org.

D'Eredita, M., Misiolek, N., & Siow, J. (2005). States of mind as stages of team development: Making sense of strategies for building a virtual team. In Proceedings of the 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Business. Available at: http://www.hicbusiness.org.

Misiolek, N., & Wilemon, D. (2005). The role of information technology in strategic alliances. In Proceedings of Pan-Pacific Conference XXII. Lincoln, NB: College of Business, University of Nebraska.

Misiolek, N., & Heckman, R. (2005). Patterns of emergent leadership in virtual teams. In Proceedings of the 38th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences – 2005. Available at: http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu/home.htm.

Heckman, R., & Misiolek, N. (2005). Leaders and followers in student online project teams. In Proceedings of the 38th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences – 2005. Available at: http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu/home.htm.

Misiolek, N., & Wilemon, D. (2002). Strategic alliances in emerging and transitional economies. In A. Young, I. Teodorovic, & P. Koveos (Eds.), Economies in transition: Conception, status, and prospects (pp. 103-129). Singapore: World Scientific Press.

Research Interests: Organizational impacts of information technology; information technology and innovation; virtual collaboration, IS strategy; entrepreneurship and emerging enterprises; human-computer interaction.
Affiliations: The Academy of Management (AOM)
Divisions: Organizational Communication & Information Systems, Technology & Innovation Management, Organization & Management Theory, Organization Change & Development.
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Association for Information Systems (AIS)
Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
International Association for the Management of Technology (IAMOT)
Presentations: RECENT CONFERENCE PAPERS

Heckman, R., Crowston, K., Misiolek, N., & Eseryel, Y. (2007). Emergent leadership in self-organizing virtual teams. Paper presented at the 2007 Meeting of the International Conference on Information Systems, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (December 3-8).

Misiolek, N. (2007). A multi-method analysis of patterns of emergent leadership in virtual teams. Paper presented at the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division, Philadelphia, PA (August 3-8).

Crowston, K., Heckman, R., & Misiolek, N. (2007). A structuration perspective on leadership in virtual teams. Paper presented at the IFIP WG 8.2/9.5 Conference on Virtuality and Virtualization, Portland, OR (July 28-30).

D'Eredita, M., Misiolek, N., & Siow, J. (2005). Organizing a virtual collective mind: Shifting attention from proximity to actions and fundamental needs of virtual teams. Paper presented at the 2005 Hawaii International Conference on Business, Honolulu, HI (May 26-29).

D'Eredita, M., Misiolek, N., & Siow, J. (2005). States of mind as stages of team development: Making sense of strategies for building a virtual team. Paper presented at the 2005 Hawaii International Conference on Business, Honolulu, HI (May 26-29).

Misiolek, N., & Wilemon, D. (2005). The role of information technology in strategic alliances. Paper presented at the 2005 Pan Pacific Business Association Annual Conference, Shanghai, China (May 25-27).

Misiolek, N., & Heckman, R. (2005). Patterns of emergent leadership in virtual teams. Paper presented at the 2005 Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-38), Waikoloa, HI (January 3-6).

Heckman, R., & Misiolek, N. (2005). Leaders and followers in student online project teams. Paper presented at the 2005 Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-38), Waikoloa, HI (January 3-6).
Miscellaneous: WORK IN PROGRESS

Misiolek, N., & Wilemon, D. (2007). Managing cross-border alliances in emerging economies. Paper submitted to the 2008 BALAS (Business Association of Latin American Studies) Conference, Strategic Alliances and Networks: Building Latin America's Future, Bogota, Colombia, April 23-28, 2008.

Misiolek, N. Do you see what I see? Information quality and managerial decision-making in cross-functional new product development. Working paper, School of Computer Science & Mathematics, Marist College. Target: International Journal of Technology and Innovation Management.

Misiolek, N. Research note: Applying conversation analysis to synchronous chat data. Working paper, School of Computer Science & Mathematics, Marist College, and School of Information Studies, Syracuse University. Target: Information Systems Research.

Misiolek, N., & Heckman, R. A multi-method analysis of patterns of emergent leadership in distributed teams. Working paper, School of Computer Science & Mathematics, Marist College and School of Information Studies, Syracuse University. Target: Management Information Science Quarterly.

Crowston, K., Heckman, R., & Misiolek, N. A structuration perspective on leadership in virtual teams. Working paper, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University and School of Computer Science & Mathematics, Marist College.