Adjunct Professor
Jan Christof Recker

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Faculty of Business & Law,
Office of the Executive Dean, Business & Law

Personal details


Adjunct Professor
Faculty of Business & Law,
Office of the Executive Dean, Business & Law


Organizational Innovation, Conceptual modeling, IT-enabled Transformations, Experimental research, Sustainability, Experiments, Survey research, Qualitative research, Design research


Information Systems, Business and Management, Environmental Science and Management

Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


  • PhD (Queensland University of Technology)

Professional memberships and associations

  • Association for Information Systems
  • AIS Special Interest Group on "Systems Analysis and Design"
  • AIS Special Interest Group on "Process Automation and Management"
  • Emerald Literati Network
  • GI Special Interest Group on "Business Process Management with Event-Driven Process Chains (EPC)"
  • Australasian Association for Information Systems
  • Business Process Management Research Center
  • WINet Wirtschaftsinformatik-Netzwerk Muenster e.V.


Teaching areas:

  • business process management
  • process modeling
  • analysis and improvement
  • information systems development
  • introduction to information systems
  • innovation
  • information systems research

Jan teaches core and elective units in:

He has won a number of awards for his teaching in these areas. He has also taught undergraduate and postgraduate students from other faculties taking IT elective units at both Gardens Point and at Carseldine. He is also teaching coursework units to higher degree research students at QUT and elsewhere. His book Scientific Research in Information Systems: A Beginner's Guide is a mandatory textbook in many doctoral research courses all over the globe. He has held teaching appointments in Australia, Europe, Asia, among others.


Selected publications

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Research projects