Jane Gravill

Name Jane Gravill
School School of Business
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) - Accounting, Audit and Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) - International Business Management
Academic and Professional Designations
  • PhD in Business Administration from Western University, Ivey Business School
  • Master of Business Administration from Queen's University, Smith School of Business
  • Project Management Professional, Project Management Institute
  • Business Analyst Diploma from Conestoga College ITAL
Title Professor
Courses Taught
  • Project management
  • Information management
  • Database management
Areas of Expertise & Interest
  • Information systems
  • Project management
  • Computer-mediated learning
Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities
  • 25 years of experience implementing Information Systems projects within organizations in various industries such as environmental, agriculture and distribution.
  • Management experience in increasingly responsible positions within organizations in a variety of industries.
  • Project management experience in small, medium and large organizations.
Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications
  • Author of business cases and papers submitted to a variety of conferences and publication outlets.
  • Reviewer for leading Canadian and North American academic conferences and journals such as ASAC, NACRA and the Case Research Journal.
  • Serve on the North American Case Research Association Board as VP, Communications.
  • Ongoing research in the area of self-regulated learning in the computer-mediated learning environment. Collected data over 3-year period to examine common learning strategies used and impact on learning outcomes.
Additional Information Interested in better understanding how organizations implement Information Systems projects, how employees learn to incorporate the features of the new systems into their work, and the impact that new systems have on employees’ workflow. Computer-mediated learning.