Qin Weng is an assistant professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics at the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University. She received her PhD in Information Systems from the Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research focuses on IT project governance and control. She is interested in how IT projects and teams could be successfully managed to benefit individuals, organizations, and society. She has published in Information Systems Research, Journal of the Association of Information Systems, Journal of Strategic Information Systems and proceedings of major IS conferences.
Weng is an AIS Distinguished Member, and mini-track chair at the Americas Conference on Information Systems and Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Prior to her academic career, she had gained more than 10 years of professional IT experience in the healthcare industry in the U.S.
- 2018 – PhD, Business Administration, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- 2000 – MS, Information Systems, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
- QBA 3305 – Introduction to Business Analytics
- Project Management
- Health IT
- Weng, Q., & Soh, F. (2023). The influence of project initiators’ person-to-person followership on project popularity in open source communities: The role of reach and importance. Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 32(2), 101771.
- Venkatesh, V., Weng, Q., Rai, A., & Maruping, L. M. (2023). Guidelines for the development of three-level models: Bridging levels of analysis and integrating contextual influences in IS research. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 24(1), 65-106.
- Moody, G. D., Kirsch, L. J., Slaughter, S. A., Dunn, B. K., & Weng, Q. (2016). Facilitating the transformational: An exploration of control in cyberinfrastructure projects and the discovery of field control. Information Systems Research, 27(2), 324-346.