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Salman Nazir Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Management Information Systems


Nazir's research explores the effects of electronic integration enabled by enterprise systems on organizational sensing and responding capabilities. His broad research interests include the impacts of ambidextrous IS, supply chain flexibility, business intelligence and knowledge management.

His research has appeared in several IS conferences and has received a best paper award in the enterprise systems track at the 14th Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2008. Nazir has also been published in the Journal of Association for Information Systems. At B&E, Nazir teaches undergraduate and graduate level MIS courses. In addition, he serves on several departmental and college level committees. 


  • Ph.D., Management Information Systems, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
  • M.S., Information Systems, University of Texas Arlington