Associate Professor of Practice - ISQS
Education: Ph.D. University of Arkansas, 2009
Area of Expertise: IS/IT Workforce, Big Data skills and training
Office Hours: By Appointment
Room Number: E324
Paige S. Rutner is an Associate Professor of Practice in Information Systems and Quantitative Sciences in the Rawls College of Business. She comes to TTU from Georgia Southern University where she was an Associate Professor of Information Systems. She received her PhD from the University of Arkansas in 2009. Her research interests include issues related to big data and data analytics as well as IS/IT workforce issues including motivation, retention, and work exhaustion. Her publications have appeared in a number of journals including MIS Quarterly, The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems, Communications of the Association for Information Systems, Journal of Information Systems Education, and Journal of Transportation Management. Dr. Rutner is the Past President of the Southern Association for Information Systems.
- Rutner, P.S., Williams, F.I., Campbell, C., and Riemenschneider, C.K. (2015) “The Politics of Emotion: Exploring Emotional Labor and Political Skill across Job Types within the IT/IS Profession.” The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems (46:3), pp 52-73.
- Rutner, P.S. and Riemenschneider, C. (2015) "The Impact of Emotional Labor and Conflict-Management Style on Work Exhaustion of Information Technology Professionals," Communications of the Association for Information Systems: Vol. 36, Article 13.
- Case, T.; Gardiner, A.; Rutner, P.S. and Dyer, J. (2013) “A LinkedIn Analysis of Career Paths of Information Systems Alumni” Journal of the Southern Association for Information Systems (1:1) pp. 1-13.
- Aasheim, C.L., Rutner, P.S., Li, L., and Williams, S.R. (2012) “Plagiarism and Programming: A Survey of Student Attitudes” Journal of Information Systems Education (23:3), pp 297-313.
- Rutner, P.S.; Riemenschneider, C.K.; O’Leary-Kelly, A.; Hardgrave, B.C. (2011) “Work Exhaustion in Information Technology Professionals: The Impact of Emotional Labor” The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems (42:1) pp 102-120.
- Rutner, P.S., Hardgrave, B.H., and McKnight, D.H. (2008) “Emotional Dissonance and the IT Professional,” MIS Quarterly (32:3), pp 635-652.