Dr. Hayne's (Ph.D. in Management Information Systems
from University of Arizona)
research interests lie mainly in Collaborative Technologies,
Knowledge Management and Distributed Databases. Much of his research is rooted in the desire
to use innovative technology to solve real business problems. To this end he has implemented
tools in graphical environments to assist groups in communication and decision-making, i.e.
shared drawing, group brainstorming, concurrent issue surfacing and consolidation. He is also
applying this technology to support decision making during crisis situations.
His research articles have
appeared in such journals as Journal of Management Information Systems,
Journal of Organizational Computing & Electronic Commerce,
Information Systems Frontiers, Electronic Markets, Journal of
Systems and Software, Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Work, Journal of
Information and Technology Management, Management Communication Quarterly among others. He
has co-edited the book Real-Time Group Drawing (1995, McGraw-Hill).
His research grants now total
more than $6,600,000 (Department of Homeland Security, Office of Naval Research, National Science Foundation, Natural Sciences and
Engineering Research Council, etc.) His current grant is
on detecting and mitigating distributed denial of service attacks,
with Dr. Papadopoulos, and Dr. Wang. He received an IBM Faculty Fellowship in 2006,
the College of Business Research Award in 2006, and was the First National
Bank Research Fellow from 2005-2008. Dr. Hayne was an Adjunct Professor for Executive Education and the GLCP program at the
American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird).
He has taught an Executive MBA course in Romania (2008, 2009, 2010,
"Information Technology and Knowledge Management".
was/is Registration Chair and Treasurer for
(Georgia) and CSCW 2011 (Beijing),
CSCW 2012. He was co-Chair of the
Association for Information Systems
Americas Conference in 2007 (with John Hoxmeier). He is past Chair of the
Special Interest Group on Supporting Group Work,
has co-chaired a mini-track on Decision Making Under Time Pressure
at the Association for Information Systems Americas Conference, and was General Chair for the
GROUP '99 Conference,
held in Phoenix (he was also
in 1997). He gave a speech on Electronic Commerce to 3000 people at the Success 2000 Conference.
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Points of Interest:
You might find his teaching philosophy interesting. Dr. Hayne is currently back
to teaching more technically-oriented courses as well as MBA courses such as Global Electronic Commerce
and Information Systems in
Practice. Several times, Dr. Hayne has been
nominated for Teaching Excellence awards; often his
student evaluations reflect that.
He is currently teaching object-oriented systems analysis and design and
network security (ethical hacking!)
at the Undergraduate and Graduate level. While formerly at ASU, Dr. Hayne taught special topic MBA courses entitled
Database Design and
Telecommunications for Strategic Advantage,
Decision Support Systems, Expert
Systems and Groupware,
and an Undergraduate course called
Further in the past, he has taught Data Communications, Group Support Systems,
Software Engineering, Database Management,
Introduction to COBOL,
Data Structures, and Computer Architectures.
Firms Dr. Hayne has consulted for include
Energy Resources Conservation Board,
Other organizations such as the
Institute of Internal Auditors
have requested Continuing Professional Education
seminars from him. He has lectured at
the Asian Institute of Management,
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology,
and the Apple Computer Company.
Personal Interests: He is a
certified airplane nut
(Private Pilot - SEL, MEL, Instrument) and volunteers for Civil Air Patrol
Search and Rescue as well as Angel Flight; a musician (bass) and
very active (basketball, rugby, golf).