Texas Tech University

Wei He, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Email: wei.he@ttu.edu

Phone: 806.834.1022

Office Hours: TUE 3:30-5:30PM & THUR 10:00AM-12:00PM

Room Number: E302

Education: Ph.D., City University of Hong Kong (2006)

Area of Expertise: Knowledge Sharing and Innovation

Wei He

About Wei He

Dr. Wei He is an assistant professor in the Area of Information Systems and Quantitative Sciences at the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University (TTU). Before joining TTU, she worked in the Department of Management and Marketing at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University where she had years of experience in teaching and supervising varied levels of students, such as the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Doctor of Business Management (DMgt), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Double Degree in Management and Computing, and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programs. Wei conducts research in the areas of knowledge sharing and creativity, social technology-enabled team collaboration, and business analytics. Her research work has been published in Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Decision Support Systems, Information & Management, Information Science and a wide range of reputable conference proceedings. She also has good connections with both academies and industries in China. 

Selected Publications

He, W., and Yang, L. (2016). Using wiki in team collaboration: A media capabilities perspective. Information & Management, 53(7), 846-856.

Du, H. S., Chu, S. K. W., Chan, R. R. C., and He, W. (2016). Collaborative writing with wikis: An empirical investigation. Online Information Review, 40 (3), 380-399.

Huang, X., Hsieh, J. P., and He, W. (2014). Expertise dissimilarity and creativity: The contingent role of tacit and explicit knowledge sharing. Journal of Applied Psychology, 99 (5), 816-830.

Zhang, Y., Fang, Y., Wei, K. K., and He, W. (2013). Wiki-induced cognitive elaboration in project teams: An empirical study. Decision Support Systems, 55 (3), 792-801.

Ye, Q., Fang, B., He, W., and Hsieh, J. P. (2012). Can social capital be transferred cross the boundary of the real and virtual worlds? An empirical investigation of Twitter. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 13 (2), 145-156.

He, W., Fang, Y., and Wei, K. K. (2009). The role of trust in promoting organizational knowledge seeking using knowledge management systems: An empirical investigation. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 60 (3), 526-537.

He, W., and Wei, K. K. (2009). What drives continued knowledge sharing? An investigation of knowledge-contribution and –seeking beliefs. Decision Support Systems, 46 (4), 826-838.

He, W., Qiao, Q., and Wei, K. K. (2009). Social relationship and its role in knowledge management systems usage. Information & Management, 46 (3), 175-180.

Liao, S. S., He, W., and Tang, T. H. (2004). A Framework for Context Information Management. Journal of Information Science, 30 (6), 528-539.

Current Research Interests

  • Knowledge sharing and creativity
  • Business analytics
  • IT-enabled collaboration
  • IS education and learning