Dr Denford joined the Department in 2008 as a military faculty member and then again in 2012 as a civilian after a 24 year career in Army Signals. He holds a PhD in Management from Queen's University (2009), a MBA from RMC (2002) and a B.Eng in Engineering Management from RMC (1992). Dr Denford's interests are in the areas of knowledge and information systems strategy, leadership and innovation.
- Levallet, N, Denford, JS and Chan, YE. (2020) “Following the MAP (Methods, Approaches, Perspectives) in IS Research,” Information Systems Research, forthcoming.
- Denford, JS, Dawson, GS and Desouza, KC. (2020) “Centralization and Decentralization Decisions: Multiple Contingencies for IT Governance.” AIS Transactions on Replication Research, forthcoming.
- Ringeval, M, Wagner, G, Denford, JS, Paré, G and Kistiou, S. (2020) “Fitbit-based interventions for healthy lifestyle outcomes: A meta-analysis and systematic review.” Journal of Medical Internet Research, 22(10), e23954.
- Denford, JS, Dawson, GS and Desouza, KC. (2019) “Performance Impacts of Structure and Volition in Implementing Policy through IT-Enabled Government-to-Citizen and Government-to-Employee Interactions,” Economic Analysis and Policy, 64, 116-129.
- Chan, YE, Denford, JS and Wang, J. (2019) “The Co-evolution of IT and Knowledge with Agility in Micro and Small Enterprises,” Journal of Information and Knowledge Management, 18(3), 1-34.
- Desouza, KC, Denford, JS, and Krishnamurthy, R. (2018) “How the US Federal Communications Commission managed the process of IT modernization.” Chapter 22 in Urbach, N and Röglinger, M (Eds) Case Studies on Digitalization - How Companies Rethink Their Business for the Digital Age, Springer International Publishing AG, 411-428.
- Denford, JS, Desouza, KC and Dawson, GS. (2018) “Learning from IT Centralization: Who Should Own the Data?” Cutter Business Technology Journal, 38(8), 20-25.
- Denford, JS and Ferris, AE. (2018) “Absorption, Combination and Desorption: Boundary Spanning Capacities in Knowledge Cycles,” Journal of Knowledge Management, 22(7), 1425-1441.
- Dawson, GS, Denford, JS, Williams, C, Preston, D and Desouza, KC. (2016) “An Examination of Effective IT Governance in the Public Sector Using the Legal View of Agency Theory.” Journal of Management Information Systems, 33(4), 1180-1208.
- Dawson, GS, Denford. JS and Desouza, KC. (2016) “Governing Innovation in U.S. State Government: An Ecosystem Perspective,” Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 25(4), 299-318.
- Chan, YE, Denford, JS and Jin, JY. (2016) “Competing through Knowledge and Information Systems Strategies: A Study of Small and Medium-Sized Firms,” Journal of Information and Knowledge Management, 15(3), 1-37.
- Dawson, GS and Denford, JS. (2015) A Playbook for CIO-Led IT Innovation in the Federal Government. Washington, DC: IBM Center for the Business of Government.
- Schobel, KB and Denford, JS. (2013) “The Chief Information Officer and Chief Financial Officer Dyad in the Public Sector - How an Effective Relationship Impacts Individual Effectiveness and Strategic Alignment.” Journal of Information Systems, 27(1), 261-281.
- Denford, JS. (2013) “Building Knowledge: Developing a Knowledge-Based Dynamic Capabilities Typology.” Journal of Knowledge Management, 17(2), 195-207.
- Denford, JS and Street, CP. (2013) “Dynamic Knowledge Capabilities in Strategic Alliances.” Chapter 4 in Das, TK (Ed) Managing Knowledge in Strategic Alliances, Info Age Publications, 111-137.
- Denford, JS and Chan, YE. (2011) “Knowledge Strategy Typologies: Defining Dimensions and Typologies.” Knowledge Management Research and Practice, 9(2), 102-119.
- Alavi, M and Denford, JS. (2011) “Knowledge Management: Process, Practice and Web 2.0.” Chapter 6 in Easterby-Smith, M and Lyles, MA (Eds) The Blackwell Handbook of Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 105-124.
- Street, CP and Denford, JS. (2011) “Punctuated Equilibrium Theory in IS Research.” Chapter 17 in Dwivedi, YK, Wade, M and Schneberger, SL (Eds) Information Systems Theory: Explaining and Predicting Our Digital Society, Springer Science & Business Media, 335-354.