My primary research interests are in the group-level dynamics associated with the use of information technology. More specifically, my work examines such phenomena as emergent leadership and coordination in virtual teams, the processes by which virtual teams use specific capabilities of collaborative technologies to leverage their knowledge, and the consequences (in terms of team outcomes) of that appropriation.
- Ph.D. in Management Information Systems, University of Oklahoma - (Norman, Oklahoma, United States) 2009
- M.B.A. in Business Administration, University of Oklahoma - (Norman, Oklahoma, United States) 2004
- B.B.A. in Business Administration, University of Oklahoma - (Norman, Oklahoma, United States) 2000
- Gomillion, D., Becker, A., George, J., & Scialdone, M. (2020). Learning How to Teach: The Case for Faculty Learning Communities. Information Systems Education Journal. 18(4), 74-79.
- Carte, T. A., Chidambaram, L., & Becker, A. (2006). Emergent Leadership in Self-Managed Virtual Teams. Group Decision and Negotiation. 15(4), 323-343.
- Carte, T., & Becker, A. (2016). Emergent leadership in self-managed virtual teams: A replication.
- Becker, A. (2007). Negotiating technology choice in groups: The importance of shared realms of consideration. 7, 4780-4784.
- Becker, A., Carte, T., & Chidambaram, L. (2006). Shared realms of consideration in virtual teams: Some field-based experiences. 3, 1517-1526.