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Ms Taiwo Oseni

Lecturer, Enterprise Systems

School of Engineering, IT and Phys. Sci.

Section/Portfolio:

Information Technology (Ballarat)

Location:

Mt Helen Campus, Online

Biography

Dr Taiwo Oseni is an early career information systems Lecturer and researcher, with interest in large enterprise and cybersecurity systems.

Viewing the usage of information technology through the lens of people, process and technology, Dr Oseni’s work incorporates a multidisciplinary perspective, including methodological lenses such as critical realism and design science, and emphasises the application of theories within this domain.

Taiwo is affiliated with the Internet Commerce Security Laboratory at Federation University Australia, where she investigates cybersecurity systems, practices and policies. She is currently supervising three research students in information systems-based cybersecurity research.

Taiwo joined Federation University in 2016 as an enterprise systems Lecturer. She holds a Bachelor of Science in electronics and electrical engineering, a Master of Science in engineering business management from the University of Warwick United Kingdom, and a PhD in information systems from Monash University Australia.

Discovery of Small Group Interactions and Performance from Project Emails

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Cybersecurity Indexes for eHealth

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Communication metrics extracted from project managers' email in-box

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Organisational learning with SaaS CRM - A case study of higher education

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A framework for ERP post-implementation amendments: A literature analysis

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An initial empirical evaluation of the influence of erp post-implementation modifications on business process optimisation

In this research in progress paper, we present and discuss an initial empirical evaluation of a...

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Optimising business processes through ERP post implementation modifications: An exploratory case study

While ERP systems can improve the efficiency, effectiveness and flexibility of business...

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Exploring ERP post-implementation modifications and their influence on business process outcomes: A theory driven model

The objective of this research in progress paper is to develop a theory-driven model to...

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