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Giordano, Gabriel

Chair & Robert H. Freeman Associate Professor

Analytics and Information Systems Department
Copeland 514G
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Ph.D., Florida State University
BBA (with honors), New Mexico State University

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, IESE Business School (Barcelona, Spain)
Instructor and Research Assistant, Florida State University
Automation and Graphics Specialist, Research International

Research Interests

Challenges with using new types of communication in organizations
Detection of deception in computer-mediated communication
Implementation strategies for transformational enterprise systems

Selected Publications

George, J.; Gupta, M.; Giordano, G.; Mills, A.; Tennant, V.; Lewis, C. (forthcoming) “The Effects of Communication Media and Culture on Deception Detection Accuracy.” MIS Quarterly. 

Giordano, G. and George, J. (2013) “The Effects of Task Complexity and Group Member Experience on Computer-Mediated Groups Facing Deception.” IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 56(3), 210-225.

Kaganer, E., Giordano, G., Brion, S., and Tortoriello, M. (2013) “Media Tablets for Mobile Learning: Friend or Foe?” Communications of the ACM, 56(11), 68-75.

Giordano, G., Lamy, A., and Janasz, Tomasz. (2011) “Who’s the Leader? Financial IT Integration at a Global Insurance Company.” 360° - The Business Transformation Journal, June, 52-59. — Reprinted in (2013) Uhl, A. and Gollenia, L. (Eds), Business Transformation Essentials: Case Studies and Articles. Surrey, England: Gower.

Giordano, G., George, J., and Marett, K. (2011) “Reviewers and the Detection of Deceptive Information in Recorded Interviews." Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41(2), 252-269.

George, J., Marett, K. and Giordano, G. (2008) "Deception: Towards an Individualistic View of Group Support Systems." Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 9(10), 653-676.

Giordano, G. and Tilley, P. (2006). “The Effects of Computer-Mediation, Training, and Warning on False Alarms in an Interview Setting.” Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 18(6), 226-238