ACADEMIC RESEARCH

  • Ruhi, U. (2016). An Experiential Learning Pedagogical Framework for Enterprise Systems Education in Business Schools. International Journal of Management Education, 14(2), 198-211.
  • Darban, M., & Polites, G. L. (2016). Do Emotions Matter in Technology Training? Exploring Their Effects On Individual Perceptions and Willingness to Learn. Computers in Human Behavior, 62, 644-657.
  • Caya, O., Léger, P.M., Grebot, T., & Brunelle, E. (2014). Integrating, Sharing, and Sourcing Knowledge in an ERP Usage Context. Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 12(2), 193-202
  • Charland, P., Léger, P. M., Cronan, T. P., & Robert, J. (2015). Developing and Assessing ERP Competencies: Basic and Complex Knowledge. The Journal of Computer Information Systems, 56(1), 31-39.
  • Chen, L., Keys, A., & Gaber, D. (2015). How Does ERPsim Influence Students’ Perceived Learning Outcomes in an Information Systems Course? An Empirical Study. Journal of Information Systems Education, 26(2), 135.
  • Deranek, K., Richards, G., Tworoger, T., & Schmidt, E. (2015). Resistance or Acquiescence: Student Perception of Software Surveillance During a Team-Based Simulation. Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues, 18(3), 15.
  • Hayen, R. L., & Holmes, M. C. (2014). SAP Enterprise Software in Curriculum Integration. Issues in Information Systems, 15(1), 141-148.
  • Hayen, R. L., & Holmes, M. C. (2014). SAP Enterprise Software Learning Experience In China. Journal of Business and Educational Leadership, 5(1), 81.
  • Léger, P. M., Robert, J., Babin, G., Lyle, D., Cronan, T. P., & Charland, P. (2014). ERP Simulation Game: A Distribution Game to Teach the Value of Integrated Systems. Developments in Business Simulation and Experiential Learning, 37.
  • de Guinea, A., Titah, R., & Leger, P. M. (2013). Measure for Measure: A Two Study Multi-Trait Multi-Method Investigation of Construct Validity in IS Research. Computers in Human Behavior, 29(3), 833-844.

  • Cronan, T. P., & Douglas, D. E. (2012). A Student ERP Simulation Game: A Longitudinal Study. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 53(1), 3-13.

  • Cronan, T. P., Léger, P. M., Robert, J., Babin, G., & Charland, P. (2012). Comparing Objective Measures and Perceptions of Cognitive Learning in an ERP Simulation Game: A Research Note. Simulation & Gaming, 43(4), 461-480.

  • Léger, P. M., Cronan, T.P., Charland, P., Pellerin, R., Babin, G., & Robert, J. (2012). Authentic OM Problem Solving in an ERP Context. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 32(12), 1375-1394.

  • Cronan, T. P., Douglas, D. E., Alnuaimi, O., & Schmidt, P. J. (2011). Decision Making in an Integrated Business Process Context: Learning Using an ERP Simulation Game: Teaching Brief. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 9(2), 227-234.

  • Léger, P. M., Charland, P., Feldstein, H. D., Robert, J., Babin, G., & Lyle, D. (2011). Business Simulation Training in Information Technology Education: Guidelines for New Approaches in IT Training. Journal of Information Technology Education: Research,10, 039-053.

  • Seethamraju, R. (2011). Enhancing student learning of enterprise integration and business process orientation through an ERP business simulation game. Journal of Information Systems Education, 22(1), 19.

  • Wang, M., & Hwang, D. (2011). An Innovative Framework of Integrating ERP into IS 2010 Model Curriculum. Communications of the IIMA, 11(3), 75.

  • Cronan, T. P., Douglas, D. E., Schmidt, P., & Alnuaimi, O. (2009). Evaluating the Impact of an ERP Simulation Game on Student Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes. Information Technology Research Institute–Working Paper Series.

  • Cronan, T. P., Douglas, D. E., Schmidt, P., & Alnuaimi, O. (2009). ERP Simulation Game; Learning and Attitudes Toward SAP Samples Company ‘First Time Hires’. Information Technology Research Institute–Working Paper Series.

  • Léger, P. (2006). Using a Simulation Game Approach to Teach Enterprise Resource Planning Concepts. Journal of Information Systems Education, 17(4), 441.